Clubs & Organizations
Explore ways to enhance your NYIT experience. Make new friends who share your interests, be a leader on campus, and create events that welcome students from all around the globe.
You can also start a club that pairs your passion with the entire NYIT community. Help shape co-curricular activities that define the NYIT experience for students across multiple interests, including science and technology, the arts, entertainment, politics, architecture and design, education, health care, public service, business, or religion.
Email Student Involvement and Leadership Development email@example.com and learn how you can get involved on campus.
Academic and Professional Organizations
Association for Computing Machinery (ACM)MORE
We aim to provide quality time for computer science students to expand their skills and prepare them for their future by creating projects, challenges, and developing a network among peers.
American Institute of Architecture StudentsMORE
We are an independent, nonprofit, student-run organization dedicated to providing unmatched progressive programs, information, and resources on issues critical to architecture.
American Society of Mechanical EngineersMORE
We enable collaboration, knowledge-sharing, career enrichment, and skill development across all engineering disciplines, with the goal of helping the global engineering community develop solutions to benefit lives and livelihoods.
American Medical Student Association (AMSA)MORE
Our group looks beyond the books and provides extracurricular experiences to students interested in medicine and health care.
Health Professions Club (HPC)MORE
We strive to expand our knowledge of the health professions and promote health and wellness. We are a community of students coming together to support one another.
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE)MORE
We help incorporate student ideas into projects, and participate in worldwide competitions that enable us to showcase the skills we have acquired and developed from our education at NYIT.
We are dedicated to educating ourselves and our peers about the law, and work diligently to learn and share all that we can.
Mary E. Mahoney Nursing Support GroupMORE
The members of the Mary E. Mahoney Nursing Support Group help promote, support, and foster a conducive learning environment for nursing students.
National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE)MORE
We are a professional organization dedicated to increasing the number of culturally responsible black engineers who excel academically, succeed professionally, and positively impact the community.
Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE)MORE
Our members gain broader insight into the engineering profession by sponsoring meetings that bring practicing engineers to the campus to work together and produce a working off-road vehicle to compete against other schools in a friendly competition.
Society of Women EngineersMORE
Our non-profit educational and service organization empowers women to succeed and advance in engineering and to be recognized for life-changing contributions and achievements as engineering and leaders.
Student Nurses AssociationMORE
Our association provides information about the vast, ever-changing role of nurses, and helps members cultivate networking and interpersonal skills that are useful academically and professionally.
Intercultural and Identity-based Clubs
Awareness for AllMORE
We, the members of Awareness for All, hereby associate ourselves to raise awareness for individuals with all disabilities, especially those on the autism spectrum disorder, a neurological developmental disability that affects the normal development of the brain. Our goal is to raise understanding and empathy for all ‘abilities’ through campus as well as community events that allow inclusion for all.
Black Student UnionMORE
Our mission is to guide, educate, and empower Black students within the New York Institute of Technology (NYIT) community. We will do this by replacing barriers of stereotypes and miscommunication with knowledge, empowerment, and pride of Black culture. We exist to enhance cultural and political awareness of Black students and bring the community together as a whole. We will prevail by creating allies with those that do not identify as "Black" by creating a sense of inclusion through our ideal respect for diversity.
Chinese Student AssociationMORE
Our mission is to unite Chinese students and to act as a bridge to the NYIT student body through the promotion of Chinese culture and traditions. All students are welcome to join our association. Although we are organized a separate NYIT group, we maintain an affiliation with a national organization.
As members of Girl Up, we associate ourselves with the cause of empowerment of girls everywhere. NYIT Girl Up is committed to furthering the United Nations Foundation’s mission to stand up for girls and support programs that help them thrive. We aim to empower others to get involved, teach communities that girls matter, and make sure that girls in developing countries are educated, healthy, safe, counted, and positioned to be the next generation of leaders.
Inter Varsity Christian FellowshipMORE
We are a community of students and faculty who follow Jesus as our savior and lord.
International Student AssociationMORE
Our multicultural club acts as a bridge between international and domestic students and supports the transition of our members from their home country to the NYIT community.
Muslim Students AssociationMORE
Our goal is to educate, motivate, inspire, and support the NYIT community in viewing life through the prism of Islam.
We, the members of the PRIDE Association of the New York Institute of Technology, Long Island, join together to provide an open space to celebrate and embrace all members of the LGBTQ+ community. We, the students within the PRIDE Association seek to protect, accept, and empower all gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender or questioning individuals within our community.
South Asian Student AssociationMORE
We are dedicated to promoting cultural unity, social interaction, and political awareness of the South Asian community at NYIT.
Our non-profit charitable organization is focused on helping the underprivileged with sustained and temporary relief both locally and in poverty-stricken regions abroad.
The purpose of Think SIKH is to promote a SIKH mindset and culture through service, engagement, and acceptance of one another. We are religious organization dedicated to raising awareness of the Sikh religion.Through youth-led discussions about issues we face as a community, we will promote unity among the Sikh and Non-Sikh students on campus.
Special Interest Groups
American Red CrossMORE
Be part of an organization dedicated to preventing and alleviating human suffering in the face of emergencies by mobilizing the power of volunteers and the generosity of donors.
Campus Programing Board (CPB)MORE
We want help all students get involved on campus by organizing events and collaborating with other organizations to bring fun and educational events and activities for everyone to enjoy.
The Chess Club is made up of beginner and experienced chess players who gather during free hour to play chess.
Community Service CenterMORE
We are a student run-office that focuses on three broad areas of engagement: civic, electoral, and political.
Eclipse Dance CrewMORE
We are GAME Club. We play video games, card games, board games, anime, and are open to even more. We are a member-driven club, meaning that everybody's voices and opinions are listened to and people are encouraged to bring whatever games or media they want to share. We have many tournaments throughout the year where anyone can participate and win because we have both high- and low-level tournaments, so everyone can join in on the fun.
Goals Inspiration Values Education (G.I.V.E)MORE
We help out the local community through interaction with the Boys & Girls Club of Hicksville, ensuring that the less fortunate children of Long Island receive free tutoring, toys, school supplies, and other benefits.
Graduate Student Association (GSA)MORE
The Graduate Student Association is dedicated to advocating for graduate students and aiding in an overall better experience for graduate students. The Graduate Student Association advocates for students needs and concerns to administration and empower students to express their concerns. GSA is also focused on professional development through various events; the Graduate Student Association also creates opportunities to make connections through different events with collaborations across campus and alumni.
Inter-Fraternity & Sorority Council (IFSC)MORE
The Inter-Fraternity & Sorority Council (IFSC) is the self-governing body of social fraternities and sororities at the NYIT Long Island campus. The council was established as the Greek Letter Council (GLC) in 2005 and was restructured in 2015 as IFSC. Its purpose is to serve as the primary representation of its member organizations to the NYIT administration and community, promoting higher learning and academic growth, and to assist organizations in upholding their fundamental purpose and ideals.
National Society of Leadership Success (NSLS)MORE
The NSLS is the nation's largest leadership honor society. Students are selected by their college for membership based on either academic standing or leadership potential. Candidacy is a nationally recognized achievement of honorable distinction. With 519 chapters, the Society currently has 664,702 members nationwide.
NYIT Blockchain SocietyMORE
We aim to educate students of the school of Management, and the broader community in the subject of blockchain and cryptocurrency.
NYIT Youtube ClubMORE
NYIT YouTube Club has two types of members: 1) people who want to open or already have their own YouTube channel and want to learn about lighting, camera, and sound in order to bring their channel to next level; and 2) people who like cinematography and want to shoot videos about school events, provide tips for other students, and much more!
NYIT Project Catwalk club is for people who want to maintain and care for the feral cat population on the NYIT Long Island campus. Activities include TNR (trap-neuter-return), scheduled feedings, and maintaining cat shelters and feeding stations.
Student Athlete Advisory Council (SAAC)MORE
We encourage communication between the athletics department and student-athletes, and provide a forum for student-athletes to discuss issues of concern regarding athletics department policies and procedures, as well as current and proposed legislation by the NCAA.
Student Government AssociationMORE
Have you ever thought about holding public office? Do you have a concern for the greater good? Do you like the idea of being an agent for change? Then a place on the executive board or legislative senate of the Student Government Association (SGA) is the place for you. The SGA represents the voice of the student body, advocating for improvements to campus life at every level. You will have a chance to build strong relationships with key administrators on campus as well as be a part of the funding process of clubs and organizations on campus!