In keeping with the mission of the NYU Tandon School of Engineering, this fund is intended to support NYU Tandon recognized student clubs and organizations with programming related to diversity, equity, and inclusion and increasing the connection between Tandon students and academic faculty.
Qualifications:Clubs are eligible to apply one time per academic year Clubs can apply for up to $500 in funding. Approved funding will be added as supplemental funding to a club's... Fill Out Form
FACULTY ADVISOR SUPPORT AGREEMENT
Every recognized student organization at the NYU Tandon School of Engineering must have an active advisor. The advisor must be a full-time or part-time University faculty or staff member. In order for a group to maintain their status as a recognized organization, this form must be completed and remain on file with OSARC. Student organizations that cannot secure an advisor should consult with OSARC as soon as a vacancy occurs. Any questions...Fill Out Form
About the Program The WoMentorship Program matches sophomore and junior undergraduate women with junior and senior women, and first-year Masters women with second-year Masters and PhD women. Mentor and mentees meet at least four times each semester and engage in social activities, academic opportunities, and career and professional development. Mentors and their mentees will be provided with on-campus and off-campus opportunities for interaction and/or can independently plan one on one...Fill Out Form
Upon completing/participating in a program or event outside of the recommended events provided by OSARC, please submit a WoMentorship Participation Form as evidence and respond to prompts to demonstrate how these learning activities have impacted your college experience. You must also take a picture/selfie of yourself at the event and submit it through this form.
In order to get credit for this program or event, one member of the mentorship pair must submit...Fill Out Form
The Tandon School of Engineering Office of Student Activities and Resource Center will be hosting the Fall Club Fest on Thursday, September 7, 2017 from 12:00-5:00pm in the Brooklyn Athletic Facility Gym.
Each student organization or department that registers on time will be provided with a table and two chairs for this event. Check in will begin promptly at 11am, and your table must be set up and staffed at 11:30am. Each club must provide at least four (4) contacts...Fill Out Form
In an effort to constantly improve upon services offered to students, and provide feedback to various offices about the event planning experience at NYU for student clubs and organizations, the Office of Student Activities asks that each student group fill out this form at the completion of their events. This data will be used to help improve processes and advocate for positive changes. Your feedback will also be available as a resource for your group's future student leaders who...Fill Out Form
Apply for SOEciety 3.0! School of Engineering's service trip. SOEciety provides students with an immersive service experience that allows them to better understand personal and social identities, while working to serve a community’s needs as future leaders in STEM. Through this experience, students will engage with topics of social justice and leadership while working toward becoming social change agents. You can watch the SOEciety 2.0 service trip experience video here.
Please complete the below form to confirm your participation in the 2017 Tandon Student Council summer retreat on June 7-9 at Camp Vacamas in NJ. If you have any questions or concerns about the retreat, please contact your Council President and Council Advisor.Fill Out Form
The following Undergraduate Student Council student leadership positions available for the academic year 2017/18:Secretary - Oversees the Constitution and makes sure council follows it appropriately, oversees the Student Council email, creates meeting agendas and minutes, etc. Chief of Staff - Organizes retreats, volunteer committee, reserves rooms, organizes general body meetings, orders giveaways, supports programming, etc. Marketing and Public Relations Commissioner...
Spirit Week 2017 was a collaborative effort among the Undergraduate and Graduate Student Councils, with support from the Office of Student Activities and Resource Center. The week kicked off on February 13th concluded with HackNYU from February 17th - February 19th. Please note, this evaluation is asking for feedback for the events that took place between February 13th - 16th.Fill Out Form
Locker rentals for the 2017 Spring Semester are now open! Spring locker rentals will last from Monday, January 23rd until Wednesday, February 8th. Spring locker rentals will last until Friday, May 26th. In order to rent a locker, you must fill out this locker rental agreement form and then go to the EventBrite link here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/spring-2017-locker-rentals-registration-30960511724 to pay for your locker. Renters must also read through...
Congratulations on your acceptance and decision to attend NYU Tandon School of Engineering! We ask that you use this form to confirm your attendance at New Student Orientation happening on Friday, January 20th, 2017.
Please check out the Undergraduate Student Orientation website for more information and for answers to Frequently Asked Questions.
For any additional questions or if you need any special accommodations, please email the Office of Student Activities and Resource...Fill Out Form
Come join the Office of Student Activities and Resource Center for their last day of Final Study Break! There will be light refreshments, plants to take home, and knitting!
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Directed by Bing Wang | RT 1 hr 15 minQ&A With Filmmaker Bing Wang and NYU professor ALLAN GOLDSTEIN after the screening Reception with refreshments following the Q&A in the Pfizer Auditorium Foyer
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Annual event at the Tandon School of Engineering featuring cultural clubs showcasing reigional traditions. Co-sponsored by Office Global Services.
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Upon completing/participating in a program or event, please submit a WoMentorship Participation Form as evidence and respond to prompts to demonstrate how these learning activities have impacted your college experience.
In order to get credit for this program or event, you must receive the approval of a representative who was coordinating the qualifying program/event/activity.
Note: You must also take a picture/selfie of yourself at the event and submit it...Fill Out Form
Thank you for your interest in starting a new club/organization at the NYU Tandon School of Engineering. Below are a few requirements to have before you start the application process:
At least four executive board members who are Tandon students At least eight additional members who are Tandon students A faculty or staff advisor A mission statement, organizational goals, and a programming outline A constitution
Once the deadline closes on September 21st, you will be...
Want to get involved with extra curricular activities? Come by the Brooklyn Athletics Facilities Gym to meet over 40 clubs and organizations at NYU Tandon School of Engineering! This will be a great opportunity for you to meet club members, ask questions and get more information about how to get involved!
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The Tandon School of Engineering Office of Student Activities and Resource Center will be hosting the Fall Club Fest on Thursday, September 8, 2016 from 12:00-5:00pm in the Brooklyn Athletic Facility Gym.
Each student organization or department that registers on time will be provided with a table and two chairs for this event. Check in will begin promptly at 11am, and your table must be set up and staffed at 11:30am. Each club must provide at least four (4)...
PLEASE NOTE THIS PROGRAM IS ONLY FOR UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS
The Undergraduate Mentorship Program is a leadership development program on campus composed of a diverse group of students who are self-motivated, diligent and academically focused. Your mentors are dynamic students who are responsible for facilitating your growth and progression on a social, academic and transitional level. Mentors are also encouraged to assist their Mentees they are assigned to with specific...Fill Out Form