Blog and Events

Oct 13 2015

How Did the Giraffe Get Its Long Neck?

Oct 13 2015

Wisser Library Opened in 1990

Oct 09 2015

Designing Woman

Oct 08 2015

Engineering Professor Wins Federal Grant to Develop Wireless Implantable System

Oct 08 2015

At Clinton Global Initiative Meeting, NYIT Students Meet World Leaders

Oct 13 2015

Student Engagement through Technology

Oct 14 2015

Free Webinar: Career Asset Management with Michael Haubrich

Oct 15 2015

Google Luncheon

Oct 16 2015

Lend Lease On-Campus Interviews

Oct 17 2015

Alumni Dinner in Shanghai

Things to Do: Student Activities at the Old Westbury Campus

College life is about more than books and classrooms. You can learn from every experience, and we encourage you to take advantage of all that NYIT has to offer.

The Office of Campus Life—located on the second floor of the Student Activity Center—is committed to fostering community by encouraging student involvement in activities both on and off campus. Campus life fosters student development by identifying and nurturing leadership skills through student clubs and organizations as well as campus-wide programming. Students are exposed to activities in the areas of politics, philanthropy, social awareness, culture, career development, religion, and health and wellness.

In addition to making lifelong friendships, you’ll develop many of the skills you’ll need to impress future employers, including how to manage your time, communicate, and get organized.

Ask yourself, are you a future leader? Start proving you have the right stuff. Get involved today!