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Student Activities & Organizations

Discover New Friends & Interests

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Make friends who share your interests, be a leader on campus, and create events that welcome students from all around the globe. Stay career-focused with an academic or professional organization, explore intercultural and identity-based groups, volunteer and contribute to the community, or join others with similar hobbies and interests.

Fraternities & Sororities

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Greek life at New York Tech is a powerful and rewarding experience. Being a member of a fraternity or sorority will resonate throughout your professional and personal life, providing pathways for opportunity and success.

Become a Leader

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Plan on-campus events, become a student tutor or first-year mentor, or get involved with student government. There are plenty of opportunities for you to find your voice, make a difference, develop new skills, and discover new strengths.

Make A Difference

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Get civically, electorally, and politically involved. Volunteer work shows your commitment to public service and improving local communities. It’s a great way to demonstrate your professional experience and leadership to future employers. You’ll also build a network of contacts that will serve as resources for new career opportunities.

Military-Affiliated & Veteran Students

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New York Tech is proud to serve veterans of the U.S. armed forces. In addition to designated veteran discounts and benefits, we offer specialized academic programs like Troops to Teachers. Our Student Veterans Organization (SVO), run by fellow veterans, provides a one-stop-shop for student veterans, addressing their specific academic and co-curricular needs.