Community Engagement

Meet the Largest Asian Organization at NYU

Find your community at NYU's largest Asian organization, Asian Cultural Union (ACU).

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⚠️ Time to BeReal. ⚠️ NYU Edition

Interested in the real NYU experience? Check out these NYU students' favorite BeReal’s taken throughout the semester!

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Game Design at NYU: Plug In

At NYU, there are so many ways to pursue your passion for gaming and game design. Here’s an overview of game-related programs to consider.

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School Breaks with a Mission

When NYU students have time off, it’s a perfect opportunity to give back.

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The BeTogether Ambassadors Program

The BeTogether Ambassadors program teaches people at NYU how to foster more diverse, equitable, and accessible communities in a focused way.

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NYU’s MLK Jr. Award for Student Athletes

Recipients exemplify Dr. King’s vision of peace, persistence in purpose, and inspirational action.

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How I Found Community at NYU—And How You Can Too

Finding community in college can be intimidating. Here’s how I found my community and created the friendships at NYU that I have to this day!

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NYU Residence Halls Help Students Find Their Home Away from Home

NYU residence halls are a great place for students to live, learn, and find community on campus.

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Education Without Borders: The NYU Abu Dhabi Experience

Are looking for a unique, global experience rooted in community-based learning? NYU Abu Dhabi can offer you a transformative education.

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Greek Life at NYU Means Leadership, Service, and Community

At NYU, students find community through Greek life, which is as much about service and academics as it is about social activities.