This event was created to promote camaraderie within this class of CAS students. While we are approaching the end of the year and several friendships have already been solidified, it is never too late to make new friends, especially with people within your college (which can be hard to do). This is a chance to bolster our CAS class of 2022 community in a manner that can be described as pure fun. The best way to build a community and and form friendships is to give people a comfortable and fun place to do so, and this event will serve that purpose.
Join us for CAS’s student-alumni networking event catered exclusively to the Class of 2021! Build relationships with professionals from fields such as finance, government, law, medicine, business and more. Explore potential internship opportunities for summer and beyond. Meet mentors who can inspire and guide you in developing your career trajectory.
This year’s Career Conversations event will take place in the Hemmerdinger Hall between 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm on Friday, April 26. Please note that the dress code for the event is Business professional attire.
Please RSVP and register for Career Conversations by following this link: https://bit.ly/2UnCaiT
Join your fellow CAS seniors for a toast celebrating your graduation! The event will include raffles, speeches by Dean Gene Jarrett and NYU alumni, appetizers, and a champagne toast to your past and future successes. CAS Senior Class Toast champagne glasses will be available as souvenirs on a first come, first serve basis. Doors open at 4:15pm. After that time, there is no wait for entry.
RSVP for this event here: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/2019-senior-class-toast-tickets-58670270358?ref=estw
Join us on April 15th from 5-7 PM on the first floor of silver for the event! There will a mini crash course on apartment hunting vocab & helpful resources, as well as a DIY apartment decoration corner and food from all 5 boroughs! Come to learn & relax, leave with a new apartment decoration and a full stomach.
If you have any suggestions about what resources to include in the event or catering recommendations, please fill out this form: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSehDPUNuIQiKBTIzTelsC4ziX7ec6-ukiJEt72N5VIOhAuaXg/viewform?usp=sf_link
All advice is welcome!
Believe it or not, May 2019 commencement ceremonies are only two months away! Are you all set for graduation? Join the Senior Class Board for an evening of crafts, food, and graduation FAQ to make sure you’ve got everything squared away.
Getting a degree audit is an important step to confirming that you have everything you need for your degree to be conferred in May 2019. Come early for your appointment slot or stick around afterward to craft some magnetic NYU keepsakes and snack with fellow seniors!
Sign up here for one of our speed audit sessions to confirm your account is ready to go and get any questions about graduation, ceremonies, etc. answered: https://doodle.com/poll/4rzv967wyfvz8bu4
CAS Student Council invites you to join us for a delicious three-course meal and dancing at the 2019 CAS Formal. This year's theme is Roaring '20s!!
This event has SOLD OUT
IDs will be checked upon arrival.
Bring friends or a date and channel your inner Gatsby!
Join us for the annual Student-Alumni Banquet! This year’s banquet will take place on Monday, April 1st at 6:30pm in GCASL’s Grand Hall (5th Floor). A complimentary three-course meal will follow a keynote speech made by Hewett Chiu! Students that attend will be eligible for a raffle if they complete a survey that will be sent out the week before.
Please RSVP by following this link: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-2019-nyu-cas-student-alumni-banquet-tickets-56424440019
Come buy some baked goods on Friday, March 29th on the first floor of Silver from 11:00-2:00!
CAS is partnering with NYDM to raise awareness and funds to help fight childhood cancer. The funds raised benefit The Andrew McDonough B+ Foundation, an organization which provides financial and emotional support for children and families battling pediatric cancer.
This semester’s Town Hall will be divided into two hour-long sessions. 6-7: CORE Curriculum (with CAS Administration present!) 7-8: General Discussion About CAS.
The first hour is designed to give students an opportunity to express their thoughts and concerns about the CAS CORE Curriculum. Members of CAS Administration who are dedicated to revamping the CORE Curriculum will be present to hear your concerns. It will be facilitated by your Curriculum Chair, Elle Desir! If you would like to actively participate in recreating your curriculum, come and let your voice be heard.
The conversation during the second hour will be facilitated by your CAS Student Council President, Nicole Sunderlin, your Vice President, Esme Brooker, your Senator, Kosar Kosar and will be a discussion on more general issues about CAS! This Town Hall is an opportunity to talk to your representatives about issues facing you all as CAS Students and an opportunity for us to better address the issues and make CAS a better place.
Married to Your Major is a Declaration Day celebration. We want to congratulate all CAS students who have gone through a milestone in their college career by declaring a major/minor that day. There will be free food, free "I declared my major!" laptop stickers and a free photo booth for students to take a "Wedding Photo" with their major. Also, the CAS major/minor with the most attendees will be entered into a raffle.
The CAS Junior Class Board is holding a Blood Drive on Wednesday, March 6th from 10:30am-3pm in Hemmerdinger Hall in the Silver Center.
If you would like to sign-up to be a donor, please use this link:
Walk-ins are available, but signing up earlier guarantees you a spot!
Check if you are eligible to donate here:
Calling all CAS Students! If you like fun sports like dodgeball, volleyball, tug-of-war, and ping-pong, are a fan of friendly competition, or want to fight for CAS's eternal glory against all other NYU colleges, join this year's All-University Games team!
Sign-up here: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/5CFYPNL
For questions or concerns, contact team captain Esme Brooker at firstname.lastname@example.org
This event is catered to the idea of coming back stronger after a student’s first semester at NYU (whether they did well or not). After learning the basics of getting through a semester, through this event we seek to better equip them to use those tools and others to their advantage. Topics aren’t limited to their academics, but also range other aspects of their success in college, such as their finances and budgeting. The ultimate goal is to instill confidence in the students as they settle back into the daily grind, especially after a long break. It’ll be a panel with upperclassmen that have experience in these areas.
Calling all Juniors! Come join the CAS Junior Class Board for a stress free night on Wednesday, December 12 from 7PM-8PM in Heights Alumni Lounge (1st floor of Silver)!
We will have Wafels and Dinges, giveaways, CAS 2020 stickers (designed by our very own Jessica Shung), and games! Waffles are first come first serve!
Hope to see you there!
Come warm up and chill out with the CAS Sophomore Class Board as we make snow globes, drink hot chocolate, listen to music and hang out before the frigid finals season! Dunkin' Donuts and Hot Chocolate will be served!
Come de-stress before finals with the First-Year Class Board on Monday, December 10 from 6-8PM in Hemmerdinger Hall!
We'll have TONS of food (including jerk chicken, corn on the cob, and plantains), MOCKTAILS, and a movie playing!
Join your CAS Student Council President, Nicole Sunderlin, your Vice President, Esme Brooker, and your Senator, Kosar Kosar, for a conversation about CAS! This Town Hall is an opportunity to talk to your representatives about issues facing you all as CAS Students and an opportunity for us to better address the issues and make CAS a better place.
Alumni register here: https://bit.ly/2DnRWnY
Students register here:
The College Alumni Association is excited to present the second Oxford-Style debate in conjunction with the CAS Student Council. The purpose of the debate is to invite current students and alumni to debate in-depth about pertinent and vital issues that affect NYU and society at large. The debate involves a current student and alumni on each side of the motion to provide diverse and substantive views to the discussion. After the debate, the audience will vote to determine the winner.
There will be an open question period in which audience members may ask questions to either or both sides on their positions and to challenge each side's arguments.
The motion for this debate will be:
Private non-profit universities should on average reduce tuition and fees to the levels of public universities here in the United States.
Learn, snack, and enjoy networking with fellow alumni and students!
Upstander Dialogue is a student-led initiative to discuss pressing social justice issues that are often overlooked. This semester, we'll focus on food insecurity at NYU and in NYC, with Professor Jennifer Pomeranz of the College of Global Public Health as our keynote speaker. Dinner will be provided to all and this event is open to all students!
This service event is hosted by the CAS Sophomore Class Board. It will consist of us assembling care packages for children being treated at Children's Miracle Network (CMN) Hospitals.
We will have supplies laid out so that attendees can decorate and customize their own bags, as well as items requested by the hospital for them to put in the bags.
In addition to the activity, we will be providing cookies from Insomnia Cookies and ice cream for those who help out.
Hope to see you there!
Join the Transfer Student Ambassadors and CAS Student Council for their annual Transfergiving feast! The evening will be full of food, friends and service. The TSAs and CASSC want to continue to give back to the greater New York community and will also be making sandwiches to donate to the Bowery Mission. All NYU Transfer students are welcome, we are so THANKFUL for all of you!