The NYIT School of Management strives to strengthen its reputation as a “Professional Family of Friends.” By actively creating, delivering, and strengthening a diversified set of activities, it cultivates the ongoing development of community between students and School of Management faculty, professional staff, business and community leaders, and other students.
In this spirit, we continually engage students in value-adding activities that simultaneously attend to civic responsibility, personal growth, and gaining an appreciation of cooperative experiences. The emphasis on this component of our program is accentuated in the School of Management’s campaign of Creating new TEMPOS ... in Global Business Education. The “S” in “TEMPO” represents our commitment to student achievement and advancement.
Our aim is to maintain student engagement and participation in meaningful ways throughout the complete academic experience for every student!
"The 'Debra A. Vogel Student Advancement Program' focuses on initiatives designed to meet the ultimate goal of successfully preparing NYIT School of Management students to obtain the academic, professional, social and leadership tools to compete and excel as they embark on their career path towards discovering and enjoying their lifetime business objectives and personal aspirations.”
Below is a list of just some of the many Student Advancement activities that are available to everyone!
All activities of this programs bring stakeholder groups together for the purpose of creating a vibrant community with synergies that advance the academic and professional aspirants of all participants. Interested students should speak directly to their faculty advisor or the School of Management Executive Director of Student Advancement for activities that are available each semester.
For additional information please contact:
Dr. Robert Koenig
Associate Dean and Executive Director for Student Advancement
For students at our international campus locations, please contact the School of Management Director of Special Programs for your specific location.
School of Management