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Welcome to NYU! I'm Lauren. I wondered how I would find people who shared common interests, with similar goals as me.
Fortunately, in a matter of years as an NYU student, I ed multiple clubs, and made so many meaningful connections while doing so. When we arrive, it's completely normal to feel a bit overwhelmed. For many of us, NYU is a scary place. You'll quickly learn that NYU students are known for managing multiple courses, an internship or two, extra-curriculars, work, and a social life all at once. I like to think of NYU as a place of infinite opportunities for educational, professional, and personal growth.
If you're anything like me, you want to dive in, and make the most of your time at NYU. Your orientation is your first stop at NYU. Make sure you listen and take note of all that your program has to offer. Oftentimes, your graduate program will already have organizations and clubs that may interest you. So go ahead, ask questions, take notes, and submit your e-mail to the listserv.
You'll stay posted on upcoming events and opportunities. If you're a graduate student, chances are your time is limited and extremely valuable. Want to learn more about finding ways to get involved on campus? Try Orgsync. NYU's online network connecting all students with every club and organization in University Life.
You can use the search bar to look for clubs that match your interests. Subscribe to a club or multipleand receive e-mail alerts on upcoming events! Remember those e-mail listservs that you registered for back in orientation?
Open them. When the semester kicks off, it may be difficult to keep up with extra-curriculars, and opening all your e-mail invites may be a bit overwhelming. However, look out for keywords that may interest you!
Your program will always send you updates on things coming up and ways to get involved both on and off campus. Take advantage of any and all networking events taking place within your program or school. Networking events are sometimes formal events like a career fair. However, sometimes they are super informal and casual, like a happy hour with peers or faculty. Networking is key to building professional relationships and opening doors for potential employment opportunities. Most often, your program will have clubs and student organizations unique to your field of study.
These organizations allow students to host events and represent the student body within their program. In addition, many programs have smaller clubs within umbrella organizations. So you have some extra time and you really want to learn about almost every club at NYU?
Not a problem! It takes place in the beginning of the academic year, and it's a chance for you to walk around and meet with representatives from all clubs at NYU. With that said, the time is now! Welcome to NYU - may your coming years bring you many new experiences! The Graduate Admissions Blog highlights aspects of graduate and professional programs, student life, and admissions that may be of interest to prospective students.
If you're not sure which of the many graduate and professional programs offered at NYU is best for you, or if you have a general question about applying to graduate programs, we're here to help. Visit Graduate Admissions or any of the s at the left for help. So, where do you begin? Here are some tips on how you can get involved!
Make the most out of your orientation Your orientation is your first stop at NYU. Orgsync If you're a graduate student, chances are your time is limited and extremely valuable. Open those e-mails Remember those e-mail listservs that you registered for back in orientation? Networking events Take advantage of any and all networking events taking place within your program or school.
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