The 13 positions on Student Council are filled via an anonymous online voting process open to all credit earning undergraduate students at the end of the Spring Semester for the upcoming Academic year. If all of the positions are not filled in the spring election process, students may apply and run for those remaining open positions during the first month of the Fall Semester.
Nominee Applications are now CLOSED for the 2013-2014 school year. If you are interested in running for a position on Student Council, please read the instructions and submit your application if by 5:00pm Wednesday, 4/10/13.
Student Council By-laws (pdf)
The Student Council is comprised of four executive board positions; the President, Vice President of Academic Success, Vice President of Finance and Administration, and Vice President of Programming, and nine chair board positions; Treasurer of Clubs and Organizations Commissioner, Facilities Commissioner, Secretary Commissioner, Internal Programming Commissioner, External Programming Commissioner, Public Relations Commissioner, First Year Student Liaison Commissioner, Faculty-Student Liaison Commissioner, Student Resources Commissioner, each of which are responsible for various aspects of student life.
In order to run for a Commissioner position, students must have served as a Volunteer Committee member for at least ONE academic semsester. Student Council encourages any undergraduate student who is interested in getting involved and shaping student life at NYU Polytechnic to please apply to the Student Council Volunteer Committee. Applications will go live through Friday, 2/7/2014.
For any questions about programs, services, and leadership opportunities, the NYU Polytechnic Student Council may be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Student Council Programming Board is the major programming division within NYU Polytechnic’s Student Council. The Programming Board is responsible for initiating a variety of social and co-curricular events on campus. Stemming from the former Programming Activities Board (PAB), they have a long standing tradition of events that they annually conduct while striving to also be current in the various types of events students would like to see.