Join the Student Bar Association for a night of music and dancing.
Thursday, October 26, 2017
10:00 p.m. - 2:00 a.m.
Admission is free
Creative costumes encouraged
*Proof of Age is required if you intend to drink alcohol.
Fall Ball Policy Guidelines
The Office of Student Affairs & the Student Bar Association are excited to announce that one of the most enjoyable social events of the year, Fall Ball, will be held on Thursday, October 26. Fall Ball is held off campus - at Terminal 5. We are looking forward to seeing you express your creativity with your costumes as you have a relaxing and safe night. Enjoy food, music, dancing, and more!
Timing: The doors to the party will open at 10 p.m. and the event will conclude at 2 a.m.
Admission: Admission is FREE and includes light snacks from 10 p.m. – 12 a.m. Drink tickets will be distributed on a FIRST-COME, FIRST-SERVED basis to NYU Law students 21 and older with proper ID. Your NYU ID (with a current SOLL Commuter or Residence Hall sticker) AND a valid state-issued photo ID or passport with proof of age must be presented at the door. Please visit the Office of Student Affairs if you live off-campus and still need your SOLL Commuter sticker. Students will not be admitted without a SOLL Commuter or Residence Hall sticker and proper photo ID with proof of age. Drink tickets are for NYU Law students with NYU ID only, and will be limited to (2) two drinks per student. After the drink tickets run out, drinks will be available for purchase.
Guest Policy: As a reminder this event is open to NYU Law students only with the limited exception of up to (2) two guests who have been registered through the registration link. Guests WILL ONLY be admitted with a student who has a valid NYU ID, so your guest MUST ARRIVE WITH YOU at your time of arrival. Guests must be 18 years of age or older to be admitted, and must have proper ID with proof of age in order to drink Guests will not receive free drink tickets, but drinks will be available for purchase. Please note: You are responsible for the actions of your guests.
Attire: This year's theme is Fright Night Flashback. Creative and themed costumes are encouraged! However, please remember to be respectful in the costumes that you choose to wear, as we want this event to be an enjoyable environment for all students.
Please note: All large bags and backpacks will be subject to inspection. Refrain from bringing any props for your costumes that might pose a danger to others (e.g., baseball bats, hockey sticks, pointy swords, hazardous materials, etc.). No fake guns or fake weapons will be permitted. Students carrying such items will have them confiscated and risk being denied entry. Masks, however, are permitted.
Coat Check: Coat check will be available for $4.
Alcohol Use: Please be aware that any person appearing to be intoxicated upon arrival will NOT be admitted to the event. You may not bring alcoholic beverages into the event. Students attempting to bring alcohol into the event will have it confiscated and risk being denied entry. Please also be aware that bartenders will NOT serve any person who appears intoxicated during the event. Drink tickets are provided to NYU Law students age 21 and older with proper ID only.
Venue: Students will have access to the first and second floors of Terminal 5, as well as the roof. There are both stairs and an elevator. Students who will want to step outside are encouraged to go to the roof. Smoking is permitted on the roof. Additionally, there are restrooms available on both floors and the roof. Terminal 5 has opened their doors to us. Please be considerate of the venue and treat all bartenders and staff members with respect. Please note that gratuity is not included with your drink tickets. As such, please tip your bartenders appropriately.
Photography Notice: There may be photographers at the event. By entry, you agree to be photographed, and pictures taken may be posted at a later date by the Office of Student Affairs or the Office of Communications.
Your Actions Matter!: Please be mindful that inappropriate behavior at this event may have long term consequences, including potential obstacles to bar admission. We want everyone to have a fun experience, and we ask everyone to behave responsibly.