Student Activities: Manhattan Campus

The Office of Student Activities and Leadership Development (OSALD) is located on the second floor of the Student Activities Building at 1849 Broadway.

Students and staff actively provide and support services and programs that enhance the personal and leadership development of our NYIT community.

Activities in order to create a welcoming, respectful and supportive atmosphere to maintain a positive working environment for all NYIT students and staff.

Leadership is a continuous challenge. Students and staff promote an atmosphere that challenges prejudices and embraces diversity. We encourage the free expression of ideas and expect members of our community to be respectful to the rights of others that hold opposing views.

Development occurs through growth and continuously empowering students and staff by evaluating services and programs. Orientation is a service provided to help retain all new students and engage them in a global community.

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Contact Phone: 212.261.1509

 

Students registered for classes at NYIT's Manhattan campus are eligible to register for a full membership to the West Side YMCA for $40.00 per semester or $75.00 for the academic year, and $25.00 for the summer months (May31st - August 31st). The memberships are limited to 700 students. Registration generally takes place the first week of classes each semester and late May for the summer registration. Students must provide a copy of their current NYIT student ID (if a student already has a YMCA card, they should bring it as well). The YMCA registration schedule (dates, times, location) is posted the first day of classes each semester. Please look for it on bulletin boards and elevator entrances in each building on the Manhattan campus. Registration is on a first come, first served basis and will end when all spaces are filled. Students must renew their YMCA membership each semester or academic year pending on their membership type. If you are a resident in one of the two residence halls on the NYIT, Manhattan campus, please speak to your Resident Assistant about the resident discount. If you are a veteran student please stop by the Office of Student Activities and Leadership Development.

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Please note, you must be attending classes at NYIT for the fall semester for this membership. Failure to comply will result in a $150.00 fine.

YMCA Forms

Forms must be filled out and returned to the Office of Student Activities and Leadership Development located at 1849 Broadway, 2nd floor. If you are registering for the first time you must hand in both the application form and the waiver form. If you are a returning member, you must hand in the waiver form with your YMCA I.D. number on the top of the form.

If you have any questions please call (212) 261-1509, or email us at studentactivities@nyit.edu.

Lockers

The Office of Student Activities and Leadership Development also has lockers that are rented out to students. The lockers are located in the MC26 building. Once you have rented the locker, you will receive an email with your confirmation number. This number needs to be brought to the Office Of Student Activities and Leadership Development, located at 1849 Broadway, second floor, where you will receive a locker and locker number for the semester/year. The Office of Student Activities and Leadership Development does not provide lock's for the lockers.

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Are you in the mood for...

  • a Broadway show?
  • a rowboat ride on a quiet lake?
  • a craving for Cantonese or Caribbean food?

The Manhattan campus is at the heart of everything for which New York City is famous, from five-star dining to the best entertainment in the world to the hustle and bustle of Wall Street and the financial district!

Within five blocks of the Manhattan campus:

  • Lincoln Center: The New York City Ballet, the Metropolitan Opera, the New York Philharmonic, the New York State Theater, and much more.
  • Central Park: Acres of trees, grass, lakes, running paths, and a terrific zoo
  • Carnegie Hall: Classical and jazz concerts featuring the world's greatest musicians
  • The Juilliard School: One of the world's premier performing arts institutions
  • Shopping for every budget, from thrift shops to designer duds.
  • Restaurants for every taste, from fast food to gourmet

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