A raised first in front of an NYU flag.
Student Activism at NYU: Past, Present, and Future

Empowered by policy education and campus advocacy groups, generations of student activists have found their voice at NYU.

An NYU flag hanging from a building.
Students with Disabilities Have an On-Campus Support System

NYU has a robust system of support to help students who have disabilities get the most out of their college experience.

Members of the Society of Women Engineers.
Shahrin Haque and the Society of Women Engineers

When she found community in the Society of Women Engineers at NYU, Shahrin Haqueʼs path as a woman of color in STEM and a cosmetic engineer became clear.

Cathy posing next to a pond for a photo.
Across NYU Schools, Cathy Thinks Critically and Explores Liberally

At NYU, Cathy Zhang explores her diverse interests across CAS, Stern, and Steinhardt, majoring in Economics, minoring in Business Studies and Digital Art and Design, and participating in various clubs.

Blu Cervantes and Paige Cook, respectively, laughing at a Native American and Indigenous Student Group meeting.
Native American and Indigenous Students Drive Change

NYU students influence the culture and curriculum at NYU. Here, Native American and Indigenous students built a community and launched a new minor.

A large group of Community Agriculture learning how to craft kokedamas (moss balls).
Club Spotlight: Community Agriculture

This club brings urban gardening to small spaces and makes a big impact.

A student working in a lab.
Club Spotlight: Bioethics @ NYU

Join a club encouraging students to learn at the intersection of ethics, health care, and science.

ROTC cadets standing on the steps of a building.
ROTC at NYU: Training to Serve

NYU students prepare to defend their country in the Air Force ROTC.

A row of microscopes.
Club Spotlight: American Chemical Society

For science-minded students at NYU, the American Chemical Society (ACS) is a catalyst to creating networks and forming lifelong bonds.