For more information on any of the following clubs, e-mail the Office of Student Activities at OSALD@nyit.edu or call us at (212) 261 - 1509, or stop by the Student Activities Building at 1849 Broadway, 2nd floor and get involved today!
A list of clubs and organizations that are currently funded by the Student Government Association (Contact Email: email@example.com)
American Institute for Architecture Students (AIAS): AIAS is committed to serving as the voice for NYIT architecture students. They provide a better understanding of architecture, challenges in the field, and latest innovations. Networking opportunities with peers from other colleges and universities are made available.
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American Medical Student Association (AMSA): To provide an environment that supports the creative ideas of physicians-in-training. Encourage and maintain a cohesive relationship with students and non-student organizations of NYIT. To affect change in the medical education process and make it more responsive to the needs of students and society.
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Bear Hug Club: Geared towards students and enhancing their social life on campus, while giving back to the community. Bear Hug plans events where all proceeds go to respectable causes such as, but not limited to, Cancer, HIV/AIDS, Alzheimer's disease, and children with down syndrome. A heightened aspect of college life is social interactions; our goal is to enrich campus life, but make each interaction more meaningful.
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Chinese Students and Scholars Association (CSSA): This is a club which serves and organizes informational sessions for chinese students at NYIT, connecting them with Chinese communtiy in the Metro New York area.
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Freedom by Design (FBD): Non profitable community service program which helps disabled people live comfortably in their homes. This process includes construction of ramps, hand rails, and minor home adjustments to meet disabled individuals needs.
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Fitness Club:The purpose of the Fitness Club is to support its members in meeting and exceeding their fitness goals.
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Global Exchange Organization (GEO): GEO represents students from different nations and cultural backgrounds. Our goal is to facilitate integration between the international students and NYIT community, as well as to assist the students in their transition into American culture.
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Institute of Electronic and Electronics Engineers (IEEE): IEEE is a club for Electrical and Computer Engineers to practice what they learn in class in order to help build projects that will enhance our understanding on how electronics are designed, and put together.
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National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE): Our life long mission is "To increase the number of culturally responsible black engineers who excel academically, succeed professionally and positively impact the community" (NSBE National Mission Statement). In doing so, we utilize many programs that are set as the national strategy to ensure statistic of failure, so therefore we are active advocates of the guaranteed 4.0 program which is a subset of our retention programs, PCI, TORCH, SEEK and more. This chapter belongs to Region 1 of the National Society of Black Engineers. We have been recipients of scholarships and awards on the national and regional level and we pledge to continue increasing.
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NYIT Dance Club: The dance club was created to give students an opportunity to learn the art of dance, build confidence, and provide a creative, performing arts outlet.
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ROOTS: A student organization whose mission is to serve as a vehicle of cultural empowerment, education, and awareness of African, Caribbean, and black culture in order to eradicate stereotypes, celebrate our unique traditions, and unite the NYIT community under the notion of not losing sight of one's roots.
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Self Defense Club (SDC): The purpose of the self-defense club is promote self-defense and fitness. We want top teach people to feel safe outside, anywhere they might be.
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Sporting Club: The purpose of the Sporting Club is to althletic opportunities for students at the Manhattan Campus of New York Institute of Technology.
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Sout Asian Student Association (SASA): We will unite the South Asian students from countries such as India, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Nepal, Sri Lanka, etc. at NYIT and spread awareness throughout the campus, and hopefully throughout New York City; Manhattan in particular. The SASA will be open to all students at NYIT regardless of their ethnicity and cultural background as strive to unite all.
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Society of Hosteurs: SOH promotes the various fields within the hospitality industry. Members have the opportunity to participate in community service, attend events, hear guest speakers, and visit local hospitality companies.
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Society of Women Engineers (SWE): SWE is an inclusive organization focused on issues of interest to women specializing in engineering and tecnical careers. At NYIT the focus is towards scholarships, networking event and conferences, which is opened to everyone no matter of gender.
Students Working to Achieve Greatness(SWAG): S.W.A.G. will form a community of members, a network of friends, who fortify one another by what would otherwise have remained insurmountable cultural differences based on age or social status. S.W.A.G is compromised of overall confidence, style, and demeanor, and does not discriminate against ones sex, religion, and/or ethnicity.
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Students Working To Advance Technology (SWAT): To provide participating students with, further depth into the Information Technology field through hands-on applications of projects, seminars by prominent experts in the field, in depth discussions and debates on the subject matter, and finally through fun collaborative competitions. The S.W.A.T. Team, aims to engage all students interested in technology by broadening our knowledge-base in a community style collaborative effort.
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