Tiffani Hinds, Assistant Dean of Students

Student Update

Health and Safety Reminder

Mental health support: Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, a part of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, has a three-digit dialing code (available nationwide) for quick access to the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline. If you or someone you know is experiencing emotional distress, a substance abuse crisis, or a suicidal crisis, you can receive 24/7, free and confidential help from a professional at one of Lifeline’s network of 200 centers by dialing 988.

Health screen and campus access: While health screens are not required to enter campus, you must show your New York Tech ID to security at 1855 Broadway in New York City. Campus access policies are located here.

Tech Safe: New York Tech has launched Tech Safe, a new security app customized for New York Tech. Used by colleges and universities around the country, Tech Safe provides a direct channel to Campus Security and enhances the university’s response to incidents and emergencies. Tech Safe’s features include “panic buttons” to alert Campus Security or 911, location tracing options to have your travel on-campus monitored by Campus Security or even by a friend or family member, chat and tip reporting, and an “I’m OK!” feature to let people know you’re okay in an emergency. Students are encouraged to download the app to their phone:

Be in the know: Please update your contact information here so we can inform you of campus emergencies, closings, and important updates. Campus Safety Services Quick Links may also be helpful to your campus experience.

A reminder to drive safely: Students are encouraged to drive safely, on and off campus. Learn about ways to avoid risky driving behavior here.

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Upcoming Events and Initiatives

Spring 2024 Withdrawal Period: The final exam schedules have been updated for New York City and Long Island campuses. Make sure to clear your browser cache to view the most recent version. Best of luck at the finals!

Summer and Fall 2024 Registration: Registration for Summer and Fall is currently underway. Meet with your advisor before registering for classes. Your advisor will review your record and recommend courses to advance to graduation. Find your advisor in the Student Service Hub > My Academic Progress > Advisors or look up here. Build your class schedule in Schedule Planner and register for summer and fall 2024 today!

Job Offer Scams In Email – Be Aware

On April 23, a job offer scam was emailed to New York students. Information Technology Services pulled this scam email back relatively quickly, but not before 11 students had already responded.

Please be ALERT to any job offer emails to check for scams. How do you know if an unexpected job offer is a scam?

The job offer email is:

  • Unsolicited
  • Generic sounds too good to be true
  • Usually have spelling or grammar errors
  • Usually does not mention the company name
  • Asks you for a credit card or personal information
  • Offers you a check or a payment for no effort on your part
Sample Job Offer Scam Email

If you receive a job offer email or are a victim of a scam, report the incident to ITS Information Security at infosec@nyit.edu.

Attention Graduating Students:

  • If you are graduating in May 2024, you may have the opportunity to wear honor or leadership cords.
    • Honor cords can be purchased by graduates who qualify. The silver braided honor cord, worn draped from the neck on the front of the gown, designates the wearer as Summa Cum Laude (institutional GPA of 3.95-4.00), Magna Cum Laude (institutional GPA of 3.75-3.949), and Cum Laude (institutional GPA of 3.50-3.749). Qualifying graduates may purchase a cord until May 10. Cords ship within 48 hours of placing an order.

Need help to clear a hold or to-do list item? Explore our Enrollment Services How to Videos for tutorials on how to perform functions in the Student Service HUB! And visit Account Balance FAQs for tips on figuring out how much is due by the payment due date, how to determine if you have a hold on your account, and when financial aid/scholarship will post to your account.

View important dates and deadlines

Summer and fall payment plans are open. Enroll early to maximize your payment options.

Choose Your Refund Method: If New York Tech owes you money from overpayment on a bill, you have choices on how to receive your refund. Selecting a refund method now can ensure you'll receive any money owed to you in a timely manner.

Here's what you need to do to get started:

  • Login to my.NYIT.
  • Select the “Student Service HUB.”
  • Click on “My Student Account.”
  • Select “Choose My Refund Method.”

Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA®) Notice for Domestic Students: It’s time to file your 2024-2025 FAFSA! Be sure to include New York Tech federal school code 002782. We are aware that there have been challenges and delays completing the new FAFSA. The Department of Education will send you an email when your completed FAFSA has been processed. If you need to make corrections, you can make them after you receive the email that your FAFSA was processed. If you experience difficulties completing the FAFSA, contact the Federal Student Aid Information Center at 1.800.4FEDAID. Please visit studentaid.gov for more information about the new FAFSA.

The 2023-2024 FAFSA® is still available! Apply now at studentaid.gov for the fall 2023, and spring 2024 semesters. The Financial Aid office must receive the results of your FAFSA by May 11, 2024 in order to process your aid for the 2023-2024 academic year.

New York State residents are also encouraged to complete a NYS Tuition Assistance Program (TAP) application at hesc.ny.gov using our state school code, 2120.

Seasonal Loan Requests: If you received federal student aid in summer 2023 or want to apply for aid in summer 2024, please submit a Seasonal Loan Request form to the Financial Aid office. Please contact the Office of Financial Aid at finaid@nyit.edu or 516.686.7680 with any questions.

Attention Graduating Students: If you are graduating Spring 2024 and you borrowed federal student loans while at New York Tech, you must complete Loan Exit Counseling online at studentaid.gov/exit-counseling. Please email the confirmation page to the Financial Aid office at finaid@nyit.edu.

The First-Generation Student Club is being created at the Long Island campus and will seek SGA recognition! Are you interested in joining a club that will offer fun, engaging, and supportive events and resources for New York Tech students who are the first in their families to attend college? Indicate your interest by May 10! Learn more here about the club's Executive Board open positions. Questions? Email FirstGen@nyit.edu.

Check out these new videos of the Grizzly Cupboard, our food and resource pantry for students, at the New York campuses!

New AI Training Courses

Dive into AI with Bite-Sized ATS ( Academic Technology Services) Training Sessions for Students! To sign up for our 20-minute sessions, click the following link: AI Training. Make sure to follow us on Instagram and Facebook to learn more!


  • When and how to use AI for your courses
  • Ask your faculty if and when AI can be used in the course
  • How to use Ghat CPT for a draft and learn how to review and improve Chat GPT results
  • Why you MUST review any output you receive from AI tools
  • What data you CANNOT include in a AI tool and maintain your privacy and security
  • How does AI work?
See schedule at www.nyit.edu/its

Sessions begin late April – May and will be held throughout the summer.

New Canvas Module: Students may self-enroll in a Canvas module for holistic student development. This provides campus resources for wellness, as well as self-paced learning and engagement for integrative self-care and self-awareness in support of student academic, personal, and professional success. This module, designed and developed in collaboration with New York Tech students, includes non-graded assignments, quizzes, and discussion boards.

2024-2025 Housing at the New York campuses:

  • Long Island Housing: We’re excited to announce the opening this fall of a brand-new residence hall at 120 Jericho Turnpike, located just a few minutes from the Long Island campus. The new residence includes modern rooms, a fitness center, laundry facilities, a swimming pool, shuttle service, a mandatory meal plan (at an additional cost) and more! Learn more here.
  • New York City Housing: Millions dream about making their home (and their mark) in the heart of New York City. Make that dream a reality when you live at New York Tech’s safe, secure Manhattan residence hall. Located at 525 Lexington Avenue at 49th Street, in the vibrant Midtown East neighborhood, it's just a quick bus or subway ride from New York Tech's campus. Find out more!
  • Summer 2024 Housing in NYC: Are you interested in living at New York Tech’s safe, secure Manhattan residence hall while you take summer classes or participate in a summer internship? Located at 525 Lexington Avenue at 49th Street, in the vibrant Midtown East neighborhood, it’s just a quick bus or subway ride from New York Tech’s campus. Limited space is available for 4-, 8-, 12-, and 14-week sessions! Learn more.

IT Update:

If you need IT assistance:

  • Live help is available:
    • Long Island: Harry Schure Hall—Computer Lab, 2nd floor
    • New York City: 1855 Broadway (EGGC), room 703

New York Tech is now offering free weekday shuttle transportation between the Long Island Railroad (LIRR) Hicksville station and the Long Island campus. To board the shuttle, you will need to present a current and valid New York Tech ID. Seating is prioritized for students. Faculty and staff may ride if there are empty seats after all students have boarded.

The shuttle will run Monday – Friday, when classes are in session during the fall and spring semesters. View our shuttle schedule.

Please note the schedule may be affected by inclement weather and traffic incidents beyond our control. To provide quality service, we cannot honor requests for alternate stops along or beyond the shuttle route. Professional courtesy is expected toward the driver and fellow passengers at all times when waiting for or riding the shuttle.

Find and Reserve Study Spaces on Campus: To further support you during your academic journey, we have quiet study areas on campus. Please refer to updated maps of the Long Island and New York City campuses, which indicate areas of campus reserved for quiet study. The libraries on both New York campuses have study spaces available by reservation. Librarians are available by appointment to assist students with writing papers.

In addition, you may also reserve a study room in Anna Rubin Hall or the Field House on the Long Island campus. The Office of Career Success and Experiential Education on both New York campuses is also pleased to offer quiet space for study or interviews. Contact career@nyit.edu for more information.

These spaces are intended to serve as areas of quiet study, so we ask that students exhibit respectful behavior and clean up after themselves while occupying these spaces.  

511NY Rideshare: New York Tech is pleased to share 511NY Rideshare with our New York campuses. Sponsored by the New York State Department of Transportation, 511NY Rideshare provides resources and tools to empower commuters to make smart, sustainable travel choices.

511NY Rideshare has resources to help you plan your trips to and from the New York campuses, including:

Join the Student Newspaper Staff! The Slate and Manhattan Globe are New York Tech's student-run publications serving the Long Island and New York City campuses, respectively. Please email Professor John Hanc (The Slate) at jhanc@nyit.edu or Professor Kevin Horton (Manhattan Globe) at khorton@nyit.edu for more information.

CampusGroups: Are you interested in getting involved in campus life? With CampusGroups, you can view and pre-register for upcoming events, join groups to see what our clubs are doing, chat with other students, and much more! CampusGroups can be accessed by visiting campusgroups.nyit.edu or via the “Resources” link on your myNYIT Portal and signing on via your New York Tech single sign-on (SSO). We also encourage you to download the mobile app by visiting your app store, searching for CampusGroups, and selecting New York Institute of Technology as your school.

We look forward to having you all join us on this platform to increase involvement and engagement on campus. Questions or Concerns? Contact the Student Life CampusGroups implementation team by emailing campusgroups@nyit.edu.

LinkedIn Learning: Looking to build new skills or prepare for the job-hunt? New York Tech offers FREE access to LinkedIn Learning, an online skill development platform to all current, full- and part-time students. Learn more about your access here. Ready to get started? Click to access one of the courses below—less than 10 minutes each to learn a new skill!

Your Financial Success and Wellness: New York Tech has partnered with Our Money Matters and launched a FREE financial wellness tool to help you stay on track of your finances, create and maintain a budget, and provide you with access to articles, calculators, videos, and more. Look for the Financial Success and Wellness link by selecting the Finances icon on your my.nyit.edu portal.

Resources for Students impacted by Domestic & Global Crises:

The Office of Counseling and Wellness offers confidential support to any students who are affected by the recent events in Israel and Palestine. Please contact the Office of Counseling and Wellness if you would like to make an appointment. Appointments are available both virtually or in person. If you have specific questions, please email counseling@nyit.edu.

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Be in the Know: Updates, Resources, and Policies

Academic Calendar: Please familiarize yourself with the 2023-2024 Academic Calendar.

University Honor Code: As members of the New York Tech community, we are committed to upholding the highest standards of academic integrity. Learn more about our pledge.

Student Handbook: You are responsible for familiarizing yourself with the Student Handbook, which outlines policies/procedures and general expectations for members of the New York Tech community.

2024 Course Attendance Policy
If you must miss class for any reason, here are some tech tips to help you stay on top of things.

Campus Safety and Security: Your safety is important to us. Be vigilant and aware of your surroundings as you travel to and from campus. If you are in need of emergency assistance, please call 911. Contact the Office of Safety and Security on campus, and ask a security guard for help:

  • New York City: 646.273.7789
  • Long Island: 516.686.7789

Campus Safety Services Quick Links may also be helpful to your campus experience.

Building an Academic Community Free of Discrimination and Sexual Harassment: Please feel empowered to report incidents of sexual harassment or discrimination to the Office of the Title IX Coordinator/Equity Officer at titleix@nyit.edu or by calling 516.686.1080.

Order Course Materials: Given the recent supply chain volatility across the United States, ordering any digital materials you need during this or future semesters gives you the best chance of avoiding delays.

Review your course materials at the Online Bookstore.

Gain an Academic Edge! Take advantage of free tutoring for academic coursework or general skills-building support. In-person and online tutoring appointments are available! The last day for tutoring sessions will be May 10; limited tutoring for select courses will be available during finals week.

Tips for Academic Honesty: Gain helpful advice for your academic success and learn more about academic honesty and Turnitin. Also, check out Tech's ChatGPT FAQs.

Secure Shredding Program: New York Tech launched a secure shredding initiative that offers secure document disposal for students, faculty, and staff. The bins have been placed in many of the buildings on the New York City and Long Island campuses. Please visit Secure Shredding for information on bin locations and what materials can and cannot be placed in them. If you have any questions, please send an email to infosec@nyit.edu.

Technology Assistance: Contact Service Central, the one-stop shop for technical assistance at https://www.nyit.edu/itshelp or 516.686.1188, Monday – Friday, 8 a.m. – 7 p.m. (ET).

Enrollment Services has unveiled video tutorials and quick online service options to help you accomplish basic enrollment tasks and save a trip to their office.

New York Tech’s library on the Long Island campus, located in Salten Hall, is open. The Architecture Library in Education Hall and the New York City library are open for you to study and access resources. Our librarians are available remotely to help you find online materials: Live chat or make an appointment for individual research assistance. See library hours here and check out LibGuides which feature resources about diversity, equity, and inclusion, first-generation students, various academic disciplines, and more!


Spring 2024 Hours

  • Long Island campus:
    • Cool Beans Café: Stop in for a free sample!
      Monday – Thursday: 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.; Friday: Closed;
      Step into the Cool Beans Cafe, the freshest hangout on campus! Located within the buzzing Student Activities Center, we're all about serving up smiles and scoops. Indulge in a variety of gelato and ice cream flavors, sip on expertly crafted espressos and cappuccinos, chill with iced coffees, relish affogato desserts, and enjoy the refreshing zing of our smoothies.
      Let us scoop you up and sweeten your day!
    • Riland Café: We Proudly Serve Starbucks! Take advantage of the Bonus Brew Card, purchase any qualifying seven beverages and the eighth is free courtesy of Campus Dining. We are also offering a Value Duet Menu exclusively created for Riland Cafe.
      Monday – Friday: 7:30 a.m. – 3 p.m. (Closed on Friday, March 29, 2024.)
    • Salten Café: Monday – Thursday: 7:30 a.m. – 6 p.m.; Friday: 7:30 a.m. - 3 p.m.;
      Finals Week (May 13 - May 18): Monday – Thursday: 7:30 a.m. – 7 p.m.; Friday: 7:30 a.m. - 3 p.m.;
    • Education Hall: Tuesday and Friday: 9 a.m. – 3 p.m.;
    • Farmer’s Fridge: Take advantage of fresh, delicious, and affordable prepared foods in the new vending machine located in the Barbara and Peter Ferentinos Health Science Building (formerly Wisser Hall).
    • Find Long Island campus vending locations.
  • New York City campus:
    • Metro Café:
      Monday – Thursday: 7:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.; Friday: 7:30 a.m. - 2 p.m.;
      Finals Week (May 13 - May 18): Monday – Thursday: 7:30 a.m. – 7 p.m.; Friday: 7:30 a.m. - 3 p.m.;
    • Farmer’s Fridge: Take advantage of fresh, delicious, and affordable prepared foods in the new vending machine located in 1849 Broadway.
    • Find New York City campus vending locations.
    • Other food options are available in the surrounding neighborhood.

Summer Hours of Operation (Starting May 18):

  • Long Island Campus:
    • Riland Cafe: Monday-Friday: 7:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.;
    • Cool Beans Cafe: Closed starting May 17;
    • Salten Cafe: Closed starting Monday, May 20;
    • Ed Hall: Closed starting Monday, May 20.
  • New York City Campus:
    • Metro Cafe: Closed starting Monday, May 20.

Campus Updates: Study, Recreational, and Lounge Spaces

  • New York City
    • Study and social lounges are located in 1849 and 1855 Broadway, 16 W. 61st St., and 26 W. 61st St. Study pods are located in 1849 Broadway.
    • Check out the new lounge furniture located in the lower level of 26 W. 61st Street.
    • The Interfaith Prayer and Meditation Room in 26 W. 61st St. is open.
    • Check out the Art, Health and Wellness: The Power of Nature exhibit at 1855 Broadway.
  • Long Island:
    • Campus study rooms in Anna Rubin Hall and the SAC Field House can be reserved here.
    • Education Hall has a new state-of-the-art fabrication lab along with a library and courtyard lounge on the ground floor.
    • Salten Hall offers spaces for collaboration, quiet study (including study pods), and student lounge space.
    • The Research Library at Salten Hall is now open.
    • The new Serota amphitheater and Healing Pond is open.
    • Wisser Hall has been transformed into the new School of Health Professions Building and renamed the Barbara and Peter Ferentinos Health Science Building. 
    • The Interfaith Prayer and Meditation Room is open in Harry Schure Hall.
    • Outdoor seating parklets in Midge Karr, the medical and academic quads, and the "Parklet at the Pond" feature WiFi access. Outdoor seating is also available at the SAC. Walkways and paths are open for recreational purposes.

Be aware of pedestrian traffic and egress signs at locations where renovations are being performed.

Campus Recreation:
We are taking the summer to plan for more great recreational opportunities starting in the fall. Please be sure to join our Campus Recreation group on CampusGroups to always be one of the first to know of new recreational opportunities! If you have any campus recreation ideas you would like to see happen or help bring to life, email us at techrec@nyit.edu!

Long Island Intramurals: Register for Intramurals on IMLeagues. We want to know what intramural activities you would register for! Help us by filling out our Campus Recreation Interest Form.

If you are interested in joining a Running Club please register on IMLeagues.

Ultimate Frisbee Long Island: TUF Frisbee wants you on the team! Come out and throw with us on the Turf field outside SAC. For more information on how to get involved, email ultimatefrisbee@nyit.edu.

LI Fitness Center Hours until May 17:

  • Monday – Friday, 8 a.m. – 7 p.m. and Saturday – Sunday, noon – 5 p.m.

International Student Support: Find information and resources for international students here.

Counseling and Wellness: If you are feeling overwhelmed, stressed, or down and need someone to talk to, our licensed mental health professionals are here to help. The Office of Counseling and Wellness provides free and confidential counseling, wellness programs, and mental health screenings to our students, and can also answer questions about health insurance, immunizations, and accessibility services. To find out more about our services or access one of our mental health assessments, visit the Office of Counseling and Wellness.

LGBTQ+ Resources: Click here to access helpful LGBTQ+ Resources. If you would like more information, please contact deanofstudents@nyit.edu.

The Grizzly Cupboard on each New York campus is open until Thursday, May 16 and will be closed during the summer. If you need assistance or would like to pick up items over the summer, please email bearbytesli@nyit.edu or bearbytesnyc@nyit.edu.

For information about local and government food and other resources, visit Bear Bytes. If you have questions, email bearbytesli@nyit.edu or bearbytesnyc@nyit.edu. Note: The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) has temporarily expanded to include college students who meet specific criteria. Get details.

Tech Threads is open on both of the New York campuses until May 17, 2024 and will re-open in September! Tech Threads provides New York Tech students with free access to new and gently used professional clothing and accessories for interviews, career fairs, networking events, and the workplace, as well as other career-related experiences.

Be sure to visit before May 17 and be on the lookout for the announcement for our official Fall Tech Threads Grand Opening!

NJ TRANSIT Mobile Student Discount: All full-time college students can save 25 percent on monthly passes for NJ TRANSIT rail, bus, or light rail! Click here to enroll in the NJ TRANSIT Mobile Student Monthly Pass program or go to the my.nyit.edu portal and select the Resources tile to begin enrollment.

First-Generation Student Resources: Are you the first in your family to attend college? Do you want to learn about the experiences of students like you? Click here to access resources and information for first-generation students at New York Tech and follow @newyorktechfirstgen on Instagram. Also, check out the First-Generation Student LibGuides with helpful links to articles and books.

New York Tech Bookstore: Visit New York Tech’s online bookstore to purchase books or get some New York Tech merchandise!

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Get Involved: Clubs, Events, Webinars

Check your New York Tech email and our online calendar for event updates as well as other social, leadership development, and civic engagement opportunities, events, programs, and lectures. Visit the Office of Student Life on the 2nd Floor of the Student Activities Center in Long Island or the Lobby of 26 W. 61st St. in New York City to learn about ways to get involved on campus!

Visit CampusGroups to engage with student clubs and organizations.

Military and Veteran Students: Thank you for choosing New York Tech as your academic home. Please check out the resources available to you and email deanofstudents@nyit.edu with any questions.

Interested in securing a Veteran Work Study job? Let us know! Contact Denniesia Cameron or call 212.261.1537.

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Get Experience: Do, Make, Innovate

Career Success and Experiential Education is your resource for support in landing a job or internship, including writing a résumé or cover letter, networking, and connecting with employers. View our updated Career Guide, check out our events, and visit our offices:

  • New York City: 26 W. 61st St., 2nd floor, room 211

  • Long Island: Student Activities Center, floor 2R

  • Or contact us at career@nyit.edu or at 212.261.1537

  • Summer: Attend Virtual Employer Events in Handshake!
    • Share your internship and job search experience! Complete the 2024 NACE Student Survey, conducted by the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE), and be automatically entered for a chance to win up to $500 in cash! Complete the survey online before May 15. The winners will be chosen at random on May 22. Your individual responses will remain absolutely confidential and will not be shared with anyone outside of NACE. Only aggregate data will be presented in any reports or articles based on the responses to this survey.

  • Consultants for the Public Good connects New York Tech students, faculty, staff, and alumni with non-profit organizations for skill-based community volunteer opportunities and projects. You can find our list of open consultancies here.

  • Get Started with Handshake: Your one-stop destination for jobs, internships, career events, and more! Log in with your New York Tech credentials and set up a profile.

  • Student Employment: Are you interested in becoming a student worker? Please contact the Office of Student Employment at ose@nyit.edu to find out about the variety of opportunities available to students. All on-campus employment opportunities are posted on Handshake. If you need help building out your profile or working on your resume, go to Handshake to meet virtually or in person with a career advisor and prepare to land your next Student Employment Opportunity!

    • First semester international students are eligible for on-campus student employment through Student Aid. Student Aid roles are fully-funded by New York Tech. These positions are open to all matriculated students regardless of their financial aid package or domestic/international status. All on campus employment opportunities are posted on Handshake. The Office of Student Employment and the Office of Career Success and Experiential Education has implemented the following programs to meet the employment needs of first-year international students at Tech:

      • International Student Employment Fund (ISEF): The International Student Employment Fund (ISEF) is a program that intentionally sets aside a percentage of Student Aid funding to hire first and second-semester international students through on-campus employment opportunities, who would otherwise not be able to obtain employment, or career development experiences at NO COST to a hiring department! Twelve international students are selected each semester on both the New York City and Long Island campuses to receive an award of $1,200 to earn through an on-campus role. For further information please contact Denniesia Cameron at dcamer05@nyit.edu

  • Share your professional voice! Consider writing a blog post for Career Chronicles! Have your blog post published and share with your network. Contact Dan Reddington with interest at dredding@nyit.edu. Blog about an internship you are doing, your career journey, your career goals, etc.

  • Student Business Cards can be purchased in Handshake! Log in, search Student Business Card in Events and follow the instructions to order.

  • Student "No Show" Guidelines and Policy.

  • Consultants for the Public Good connects New York Tech students, faculty, staff, and alumni with non-profit organizations for skill-based community volunteer opportunities and projects. You can find our list of open consultancies here. For more information, please contact Askia VanOmmeren Briggs at avonomme@nyit.edu.

    • The Creative Impact Consultancy is primarily a video production team composed of students, faculty, and staff members. Consultants will gain valuable experience while developing technical camera skills as well as soft skills like critical thinking, problem-solving, communication, team building, and more.

      Our mission is to work with New York Tech and external non-profit organizations to deliver high-quality videos. These videos will hopefully help these organizations promote themselves, communicate with their audience, and visually represent what they do. Because this is subjective in nature, needs and goals will vary for each organization and so will our jobs and workflows.

      If you want to become a part of our team, or if a New York Tech organization or an external non-profit organization needs our services, contact Andy Cornielle at acorniel@nyit.edu or Askia VanOmmeren Briggs at avonomme@nyit.edu.

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Be Engaged: Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Programs

New York Tech is committed to creating a space that fosters meaningful dialogue and a sense of community.

Time to Talk: Community Connections, sponsored by the Office of Student Life, showcases our institutional dedication to becoming part of the change that needs to happen in our world. Through community-wide discussions, panels, forums, and activities, Time to Talk explores matters pertaining to diversity and inclusion on micro and macro levels and contributes to a more just and equitable society.

Stay tuned for upcoming opportunities to connect!

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Stay Connected: Get Social

One of the best ways to find out what’s happening is to follow us on Instagram:

Long Island Campus

  • Office of Student Life: @NYtechlife_LI
  • Student Government Association: @sgaow
  • Inter-Fraternity and Sorority Council: @nytech.ifsc
  • Career Success and Experiential Education: @nyitcareer
  • Counseling and Wellness: @nytechcounseling_li
  • Military and Veteran Student Affairs: @newyorktech_studentvets
  • Higher Education Opportunity Program (NYC campus): @nyit_heop
  • First-Generation Student Initiative: @newyorktechfirstgen
  • Undergraduate Academic Advising: @nytech_advising
  • Bear Bytes: @newyorktech_bearbytes
  • Tech Threads: @newyorktech_techthreads

New York City Campus

  • Office of Student Life: @nytechlife_NYC
  • Student Government Association: @nytechsganyc
  • Graduate Student Association: @gsanyc_nyit
  • United Fraternity and Sorority Association: @nyit_ufsa
  • Residence Life: @nyit_rloch
  • Career Success and Experiential Education: @nyitcareer
  • Counseling and Wellness: @nytechcounseling_nyc
  • Military and Veteran Student Affairs: @newyorktech_studentvets
  • Higher Education Opportunity Program (NYC campus): @nyit_heop
  • First-Generation Student Initiative: @newyorktechfirstgen
  • Undergraduate Academic Advising: @nytech_advising
  • Bear Bytes: @newyorktech_bearbytes
  • Tech Threads: @newyorktech_techthreads

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Please follow me on IG @itstiffanihinds for updates on events, policies, and other opportunities. Also, please make sure to check your New York Tech email periodically during the summer for university updates, visit the New York Tech website and CampusGroups and stay connected to us via social media. You may also submit any questions on our online Student Request Form.


Tiffani L. Hinds, M.S., Ed.M.
Associate Provost for Student Engagement and Development