Student Group General Info
This page contains information on how to reserve rooms, update your group's web site, contact other student groups, and more. If you have any suggestions for how to improve this site, or if you find anything that is not up-to-date, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with suggestions. Thank you!
Student Group Logistics
There are over 80 different student groups that make up our Student Bar Association. Some groups have or share offices in the basement of the Mercer Residence. These groups usually have a bulletin board on their door for posting announcements or leaving notes. Student Group Mailboxes are located in Kushner Lounge, (VH110).
Click here for a full list of the NYU Law School student groups and organizations
How to Reserve Meeting Space
Space is very limited so book as early as possible. Avoid having events during the quiet period before final exams and holiday weekends. Please note January and February are ideal months of the year for your events. To book space you must have your Student Group Chartfield Account Number. To reserve Sexton Lounge, Wachtell Café or Kushner Lounge or if you have questions about special event rooms (i.e. Greenberg Lounge, Lipton Hall) for your large events, contact Sarah Bowman email@example.com in Student Affairs. For smaller space needs for meetings and small panels the group Event Coordinator can make room reservations through the Event Management System: https://its.law.nyu.edu/ems.
For special event rooms (i.e. Greenberg Lounge, Tishman Auditorium, Lipton Hall, Faculty Club, Snow Dining Room, Lester Pollack Colloquium, and Support Room 910) there will be a setup charge: http://www.law.nyu.edu/hospitality/studentevents/studenteventpolicies.
Running a Symposium
For more information on Running a Symposium, including the Symposium Application, please visit the OSA Symposium Funding Committee webpage.
Creating/Updating a Group Website
Please contact the Helpdesk if you would like to update your student group's Website.
Budgets for SBA student groups are reviewed on an annual basis. Although the SBA, through consultation with students representing diverse interests and communities, determines the annual budgets, the individual organizations have relatively unrestricted discretion to spend their funds as they choose. Information on how budget proposals are reviewed is contained in this website. In addition to their standard budget, all groups may seek supplementary funds from the SBA's Incentive Funds.