Social Identity

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An NYU Scholarship for First-Year Native American Students

For Kaeley Rice, coming to NYU and receiving the Lenape Scholarship is just the start of big plans for improving lives in her tribal communities.

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First-Generation College Student? NYU Has Resources for You

Nearly 20 percent of NYU students are first-generation college students. Youʼre in good company.

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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.

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10 Ways to Study Racial Justice at NYU

Racial justice is a complex topic, and you can study it from many disciplines and angles across all of our schools and programs at NYU.

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The Collective : Tisch Club Spotlight

The Collective is a Tisch club that is committed to empowering, highlighting, and producing new works from rising Black multidisciplinary artists.

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First Up: Resources for First-Gen Students at NYU

Explore how first-generation students at NYU build community and get the support they need to thrive.

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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.

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CMEP: Exploring Identity and Creating Community

NYU’s Center for Multicultural Education and Programs creates a supportive space for students of historically marginalized backgrounds.

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Identity: A Big Ideas Course Series Offering at NYU

This Big Ideas Course Series brings together students and speakers from across disciplines—and around the world—to academically explore important topics and challenges. In the Identity course, they joined forces to discuss the complicated nature of identity through many lenses.

Taylor Norman
Amplifying Voices: Native Studies at NYU

From her native Oklahoma to NYU Sydney, Taylor Norman sheds light on the struggle of Indigenous people.