We offer a variety of organization types, insuring that students can find something that suits their personalities and interests. Our clubs focus on technology, culture, communications, and social life. We also offer graduate organizations, campus ministries, and fraternities and sororities.
See below for a list of our clubs and information. You can also find more information through NYU Engage (OrgSync).
- Alpha Omega Epsilon (AOE)
- American Association of Blacks in Energy (AABE)
- American Insitute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE)
- American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE)
- American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME)
- Association of Computing Machinery - Women (ACM-W)
- Associated General Contractors (AGC)
- Base Pairs
- BioMedical Science Club (BMSC)
- Chemists Club
- Chinese Scholars and Students Association (CSSA)
- Construction Managers Association of America (CMAA)
- Design for America of NYU (DFA)
- Finance Club
- Graduate Indian Students Association (GISA)
- InnoVention Society (IVS)
- Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE)
- Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE)
- Jewish Student Union (JSU)
- Korean Engineering and Science Students Association (KESSA)
- Muslim Students Association (MSA)
- National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE)
- New York Water Environment Association Student Club (NYWEA)
- out in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (oSTEM)
- Patent Pending
- Performing Arts Club (PAC)
- Poly Anime Society (PAS)
- Poly Gaming Network (PGN)
- Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM)
- Society for the Advancement of Materials and Process Engineering (SAMPE)
- Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE)
- Society of Asian Scientists & Engineers (SASE)
- Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE)
- Society of Women Engineers (SWE)
- Tau Beta Pi
- Theta Tau
- Undergraduate & Graduate Student Council
Alpha Omega Epsilon is a professional and social Sorority founded in 1983 that promotes friendship, leadership, and professionalism to all members of the organization, community, and our professions.
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Club Advisor: Tara Lao
The American Association of Blacks in Energy (AABE) aims to benefit the NYU School of Engineering community by bringing awareness of the opportunities and challenges posed in the energy field while solving these challenges through membership, practical knowledge and experiences.
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Club Advisor: Richard Wener
The purpose of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE) student chapter at The NYU Tandon School of Engineering (School of Engineering) is to serve as the primary communication medium between the academic chemical engineering community at the School of Engineering and the global chemical engineering community abroad.
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Club Advisor: Rastislav Levicky
The student chapter of the ASCE provides students studying civil engineering with activities such as field trips, guest speakers, and annual conferences. Through these activities, future CE professionals are given the opportunity to experience the practical application of their studies, meet practicing professional engineers as well as students from other schools.
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Club Advisor: Jose Ulerio
The student chapter of the ASME provides students studying mechanical engineering with activities such as field trips, guest speakers and annual conferences in efforts of supplementing the academic experience with practical knowledge.
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Club Advisor: Iskender Sahin
A full-service, national trade association, AGC represents more than 30,000 leading firms in the industry – including general contractors, specialty contractors and service providers and suppliers. AGC members play a powerful role in sustaining economic growth as they build structures that add to the nation's quality of life. AGC is truly the “voice and choice” of the construction industry.
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Club Advisor: Frank DarConte
ACM-W supports, celebrates, and advocates internationally for the full engagement of women in all aspects of the computing field, providing a wide range of programs and services to ACM members and working in the larger community to advance the contributions of technical women.
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Club Advisor: Linda Sellie
Base Pairs is a student club that seeks to provide a place where students can meet and share their experiences, give advice, and network. Specifically, Base Pairs will facilitate the meeting of Bimolecular Science and Chemical & Bimolecular Engineering students due to their similarities in both academics and extracurricular interests. With the support of academic advisors, the vision for these meetings is to allow students to have a forum to give each other both professional and personal support.
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Club Advisor: Tommy Lee
The BioMedical Science Club is geared towards students who are looking to enter the medical field upon graduating from NYU. Most of the club members are from the BMS major with a concentration in BioMedical Science. BMSC shows students how they can use their education in engineering towards their advantage when applying to health profession schools, as well as talk about the specific research and volunteer opportunities that can be found here on campus and the Brooklyn neighborhood.
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Club Advisor: Alexandra Seidenstein
The Chemists' Club strives to bridge the gap between academia and industry in the chemistry and chemical engineering field.
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Club Advisor: Rastislav Levicky
Our mission is to unite the Chinese students, serve the local Chinese community on behalf of NYU and promote the communication and dialogue between China and US.
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Club Advisor: Song Tang
The student chapter of CMAA offers both Civil Engineering and Construction Management students with activities and competitions including field trips, guest speakers, conferences and the Associated Schools of Construction (ASC) competition. By developing skills as young professionals, students will be adequately prepared for their career after their education.
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Club Advisor: Lawrence Chiarelli
DFA NYU is a student club open to both undergraduate and graduate students from all NYU schools. Its members use human-centered design to tackle social issues locally and globally and to develop solutions that have social impact. DFA NYU's mission is to connect students from different schools and develop a community of socially mindful change makers.
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Club Advisor: Anne-Laure Fayard
We are trying to build a community of young professionals who are interested in finance, and our mission is to become a bridge between students and financial firms. We want to share information and help one another to understand the financial markets better, and build a network that is essential in financial field. As a Finance club in an engineering school, we try to help students market themselves in a competitive market. We are open to all majors, and all levels of studies.
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Club Advisor: Agnes Tourin
The main mission of our organization is to foster understanding about India and her culture among the NYU.Poly community at large, to provide an avenue to bridge the social gap among the graduate students here at Polytechnic, in order to enhance the diversity and to provide a helping hand to the new incoming students in getting oriented to the United States of America.
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Club Advisor: Nikhil Gupta
The Entrepreneurship Club seeks to create an entrepreneurial ecosystem based upon NYU Tandon's i2e direction. The club provides a forum to learn the concepts of entrepreneurship, provide the benefits of self-employment, and the step-by-step path involved in launching and commercializing your own ideas.
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Club Advisor: Steven Kuyan
IEEE is the world’s largest technical professional association. The main goal of the IEEE student branch is to help IEEE fulfill it's vision of "Advancing Technology for Humanity" by offering workshops, competitions, and hands-on projects that are relevant to electrical and computer engineering to the student body at the School of Engineering and NYU.
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Club Advisor: Richard Toth
To acquaint students with topics of interest in transportation and traffic engineering through the medium of competent speakers and of Chapter-sponsored trips; to foster the development of professional spirit, to promote common interests among students and to encourage the enhancement and optimization of facilities for transportation and traffic engineering study.
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Club Advisor: Jack Bringardner
Our goal is to provide students with an understanding of Jewish culture and identity through inspirational events.
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Club Advisor: Rachel Jacobovits
Our organization aims at bringing Koreans from different backgrounds/generations together in order to strengthen the Korean community within Tandon School of Engineering. Through this, we also plan on bringing awareness about Korean culture and traditions to other people in our school. Our club welcomes people from all cultures and backgrounds in order to learn and share about our unique cultures.
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Club Advisor: Tommy Lee
The Muslim Students Assocation is dedicated to providing the School of Engineering students the opportunity to come together in a Muslim environment with the goal of learning about Islam, its faith, and its practices. All students and community members are welcome to MSA activities and events.
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Club Advisor: Khalid Latif
To increase the number of culturally responsible Black engineers, who excel academically, succeed professionally and positively impact the community.
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Club Advisor: Jose Ulerio
To know Christ and to make Christ known while helping our community to find spiritual direction. Meetings are every Monday at 6:30pm
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Club Advisor: David Mugglin
The NYWEASC strives to promote student interest in the environment; provide the opportunity for the exchange of information and ideas between students, professors and professionals; provided a common ground where students from various disciplines related to the environment can express their understanding through and organized exchange of knowledge.
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Club Advisor: Anne Ronan
The purpose of oSTEM at NYU is to foster a campus and community environment that is safe, supportive, and informative to all students regardless of physical gender, perceived gender, sexual orientation, or any other physical or physiological attribute; As well as challenge negative stigmas against the LGBTQA community. In addition club will also offer support services and information to the NYU student body, specifically those members that identify as LGBT. The club will focus on providing information about LGBT issues in STEM related fields as well as general information.
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Club Advisor: Peter Li
The mission of Patent Pending is to provide members of the club the opportunity to innovate and engineer with the assistance of faculty, industry, and fellow members. The club will create an environment that nurtures creativity while teaching technical skills, management, and leadership. We invent stuff, and then we build it.
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Club Advisor: Michael Knox
Through our gift as performers, we hope to inspire, enlighten and entertain the School of Engineering community.
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Club Advisor: Peter Li
The Polytechnic Anime Society promotes an environment that heightens awareness and appreciation of Japanese culture and entertainment, provides a safe and healthy environment for students to emet together about things that they love to do or enjoy, and develops student leaders and fosters a sense of community. Throughout the year, PAS hosts anime showings and workshops dedicated to raising awareness of the Japanese Culture. Every year, PAS hosts the biggest event on campus called SpringFestNY. SpringFestNY is open to everyone including students and outside people. This one day mini-anime convention last year brought in about 1000 people from the tri-state area. We are planning on expanding SpringFestNY in the upcoming years. Email us for more information on how to help out with SpringFestNY
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Club Advisor: Stephen Zeng
The mission of the Poly Gaming Network is to create an environment for students to appreciate the technical and recreational parts of video games. Social as well as partial technical workshops will be held to accomodate for members personal interests.
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Club Advisor: Jim Lewis
PolyBOTS mission is to create a relaxed learning environment that encourages students to learn from one another. Our members build projects together and create a better community though the sharing of knowledge.
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Club Advisor: Chris DiMauro
SHRM is an affiliate of the national Society for Human Resource Management chapter, and it exists to help the students of School of Engineering students to develop professionally and train them in the required areas to excel in their job.
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Club Advisor: Harold G Kaufman
As an international professional society, SAMPE provides information on new materials and processing technology via technical forums, journal publications, and books in which professionals in the field can exchange ideas and their views. As the only technical society encompassing all fields of endeavor in materials and processes, SAMPE provides a unique and valuable forum for scientists, engineers, and academicians. Surprisingly, for a wide-spread professional organization like SAMPE, there are no chapters in New York City, where the growth for engineering needs is increasing. SAMPE has initiated its first ever chapter in New York City as a student chapter here at NYU Tandon School of Engineering and YOU are invited to be part of it. By joining SAMPE at NYU you will have opportunities to learn more about the field of material science, partake in student competitions, such as the bridge building competition, and meet local industry professionals. For more information about our regional chapter sponsor go to http://www.njsampe.org/
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Club Advisor: Rastislav Levicky
The mission of the SAE (Society of Automotive Engineers) club is to grow Tandon students into the best engineers by providing valuable engineering knowledge and experiences they may not find in the classroom. We will create a community that allows students to: enter a virtuous cycle of mentorship, creatively innovate to solve 21st century problems, and develop leadership skills needed to thrive in the workplace.
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Club Advisor: Kee Park
SASE at NYU Tandon School of Engineering aims to equip members with the skill set to succeed in professional environments by providing networking opportunities, conferences, and professional and personal development workshops. Events are also conducted in settings that enable diversity and service to local communities
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Club Advisor: Kee Park
SHPE changes lives by empowering the Hispanic community to realize their fullest potential and impacts the world through STEM awareness, access, support and development.
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Club Advisers: Jose Ulerio
Join our group at: www.facebook.com/groups/nyupolyshpe/
The Society of Women Engineers (SWE) is a not-for-profit educational and service organization that empowers women to succeed and advance in the field of engineering, and to be recognized for their life-changing contributions as engineers and leaders. Founded in 1950, SWE is the driving force that establishes engineering as a highly desirable career for women through an exciting array of training and development programs, networking opportunities, scholarships, outreach and advocacy activities.
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Club Advisor: Vittoria Flemini
Additional Information: www.facebook.com/pages/School of Engineering-SWE/160647154023025
STEMinist's mission is to empower students to combat sexism in all forms, both within STEM fields and everyday life. STEMinist works to foster a safe space on campus through intersectioinal feminist activism that is informative and supportive. This club is social justice oriented, and is welcoming to all identities, including queer, trans* and non-binary students.
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Club Advisor: Melissa Maldonado-Salcedo
Tau Beta Pi or TBP is the oldest engineering honor society in the US. TBP honors students who have shown great academic achievements as well as personal and professional integrity. NYU SOE (NY Rho) chapter of TBP will hold events open to all NYU students to enhance soft skills and professional development, gain career insights and encourage academic excellence!
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Club Advisor: Rastislav Levicky
The Theta Tau Colony at NYU's focus is the same as the National Organization's: to develop Engineering Leaders for Service, Profession, and Brotherhood. This co-ed Fraternity is the first of its kind, the largest of its kind, and the only of its kind at the School of Engineering. We are seeking people seek to develop themselves into LEADERS. To become game-changers of the School of Engineering and beyond its doors. Engineers are known throughout the world as creators. We are a fraternity of creators.
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Club Advisor: Phyllis Frankl
The School of Engineering Student Councils are elected by students of the School of Engineering to serve as their primary representatives, advocates, and liaisons to the entire student community. The Student Councils are charged with:
- Serving as the officially designated representative of the student bodies and to advocate to the administration and corporation (Board of Trustees) on behalf of the student bodies and, when requested, provide student representatives to committees
- Coordinating major campus events in coordination with the Division of Student Affairs and enhance the educational mission of the School of Engineering by providing social, cultural, educational, and developmental programs, events and services
- Gathering and expressing student opinions on how to improve student life and campus activities
- Ensuring that students are fully apprised of all information dealing with the impact to their experience
- Responsibly and equitably distributing student activity fees and student organization funding
- Working with other student groups to program college-wide events designed to foster cohesiveness within the accordingly student populations (undergraduate/graduate)
- Assuring that all events, programs and services offered by student clubs, organizations, societies, and other groups are open to all members of the School of Engineering community regardless of race, sex, religion, national origin, physical disability, sexual orientation, or age except as permitted by law
- Protecting the rights and responsibilities of the student bodies and to work with other members of the School of Engineering community to maintain and improve the quality of education and social experience received at the School of Engineering
Undergraduate Student Council
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Club Advisor: Sarah Shields, Assistant Director, Student Activities
Graduate Student Council
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Club Advisor: Michael Burgo, Assistant Director, Graduate Student Services
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