A Look Into One of NYU’s Most Inclusive Clubs
The Academic Achievement Program is designed to develop and enhance the academic and leadership potential of Black, Latine, Native American, and Indigenous students in the College of Arts and Science (CAS) as well as the greater NYU community. The program offers a friendly atmosphere where students can get support, bond as friends, and de-stress from classes and daily life.
Women of Color: Resources and Clubs Offered at NYU
NYU offers several clubs that celebrate women of color. These wellness resources ensure mental health and overall well-being.
Exploring Community Service Opportunities: Making a Difference at NYU
Discover how you can make a positive impact on your community and participate in valuable community service opportunities at NYU.
The Latinx Project at NYU: A Celebration of Latinx Art, Identity, and Culture
The Latinx Project at NYU explores and promotes Latinx culture and scholarship through a creative and interdisciplinary lens.
Why I’m an NYU Admissions Ambassador (And Why You Should Be One Too!)
An overview of the NYU Admissions Ambassador program, and a list of reasons why you should consider applying!
The MLK Scholars Program: Reflections from an Alum
The MLK Scholars Program at NYU is a highly selective university leadership program dedicated to the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr.
Camp Changemaker: Cultivating the Next Generation of Social Activists
Camp Changemaker, a new initiative hosted by the NYU Changemaker Center, provides a space for students to focus on creating social change.
NYU Mycology Group: Mushroom Hunters? In the Middle of New York City?
That’s right! NYU’s Mycology Group is a wildly popular club dedicated to all things fungi.
Life as a Student Journalist at NYU: Washington Square News
What is it like to be a student journalist in New York City? Journalism majors and minors at NYU can write both in and outside the classroom.