International Student Engagement
As an international student at NYU Wagner, there are a myriad of ways to get involved and engage with the community at NYU and Wagner, including:
Wagner has 25+ student groups that give you a chance to engage in diverse social, educational, and informational programs. Joining is a great way for you to become more connected and engaged during your graduate school experience. Student groups are structured around professional interests, identity and diversity, and academic program/specialization.
Below are a handful of identity-based student groups that we would like to highlight.
- Association of Latinx Students and Allies in Public Service (ALAS)
- Black Student Association (BSA)
- First-Generation Student Association (FGSA)
- Pan Asian Student Alliance (PASA)
- Wagner International Student Society (WISS)
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Current students play an integral role in welcoming the incoming class to the Wagner community. Peer advisors share everything from community norms and personal experiences, to insider information -- like the best places to eat and study – all in an effort to make the transition to grad school an easy one.
CENTER FOR STUDENT LIFE
The Mission of the Center for Student Life is to enhance the NYU experience through programs and services that create intentional student engagement. We cultivate opportunities which support new student transition, empower leadership development, and foster inclusive community building. We exist to help our students discover their purpose at NYU and beyond.
- NYU International Student Center
The NYU International Student Center is a hub for events and programs that foster meaningful connections among all global thinkers and help students from around the world make the most of their NYU experience.
- NYU Graduate Student Life
Graduate Student Life at the Center for Student Life provides an opportunity for graduate students across schools to engage with the NYU community. The Center for Student Life is proud to be the center of information and resources for NYU's graduate student community! We make it our mission to help you access all the information and services that are available across NYU.
- All-University Clubs and Organizations
Each year, there are more than 300 active student clubs on campus open to all students — from the Cheese Club to the Superhero Club — in addition to school-based clubs, which are exclusive to NYU schools or academic programs. Learn More
- NYU Service
NYU Service guides service-minded students and organizations, and hosts various service programs promoting civic engagement in New York City and around the world.
GLOBAL SPIRITUAL LIFE
Global Spiritual Life offers trainings, tools and experiences that cultivate belonging in order to reclaim the value of love in education and action. Global Spiritual Life develops programs and creates space in the following areas:
The Office of Global Spiritual Life is at 238 Thompson Street, 4th Floor. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
OFFICE OF GLOBAL INCLUSION, DIVERSITY, AND STRATEGIC INNOVATION
NYU’s commitment to building and strengthening a university-wide culture of diversity, inclusion, and equity led to the creation of the Office of Global Inclusion, Diversity, and Strategic Innovation. As part of the Office of the President, the Office of Global Inclusion provides expert consultation, resources, and innovative strategies to help guide the University—and its uniquely global and diverse student, faculty, staff, administration, and alumni communities—toward a more inclusive future.
- Center for Multicultural Education and Programs
The Center for Multicultural Education and Programs (CMEP) offers a vast array of educational and social events, programs, and resources that aim to engage, support, empower, and celebrate students of color and those of marginalized and underrepresented backgrounds—throughout NYU’s global network and around the world.
- LGBTQ+ Center
The LGBTQ+ Center creates a welcoming environment for students, faculty, staff, and alumni to develop their understanding of and engage with LGBTQ+ communities through programs, events, learning and development, support, consultation, and resource sharing.
OFFICE OF GLOBAL SERVICES PROGRAM AND EVENTS
While OGS offers workshops throughout the year in a variety of topics including travel regulations, off-campus employment and optional practical training (CPT and OPT); they also offer quite a few programs and opportunities to engage with fellow international students across the university.