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Clubs & Organizations: A Vital Part of the Katz Experience

Build leadership skills and connect with classmates at Katz, across the University, and throughout NYC.

Clubs & Organizations: A Vital Part of the Katz Experience

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Start a New Club

Get involved by starting a new club based on your interests!

Learn how to start a new club

Start a New Club

It's easy to start a new club. Formal recognition provides clubs with: 

  • Use of physical and virtual university spaces for events 
  • Funds from the Katz Student Life Office 
  • Resources for event planning 
  • Support for club continuity and leadership changes 

All you need to do is submit two documents: 

Club Proposal Form: Use this form to describe your passion and interest in starting this club. Tell us why the club is needed, what the club will do, and how you plan to get others involved. 

Club Policies: Use this template to document your club’s policies and procedures. Your writing should be professional, thoughtful, and free of errors. Submit your club policies to katzfinadmin@yu.edu

We will schedule a meeting to review your application before it is approved. 

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Questions?

Contact:  
katzfinadmin@yu.edu 
(646) 592-4753

Questions?

Join Our Community

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Clubs & Organizations: A Vital Part of the Katz Experience

Build leadership skills and connect with classmates at Katz, across the University, and throughout NYC.

Clubs & Organizations: A Vital Part of the Katz Experience

""

Start a New Club

Get involved by starting a new club based on your interests!

Learn how to start a new club

Start a New Club

It's easy to start a new club. Formal recognition provides clubs with: 

  • Use of physical and virtual university spaces for events 
  • Funds from the Katz Student Life Office 
  • Resources for event planning 
  • Support for club continuity and leadership changes 

All you need to do is submit two documents: 

Club Proposal Form: Use this form to describe your passion and interest in starting this club. Tell us why the club is needed, what the club will do, and how you plan to get others involved. 

Club Policies: Use this template to document your club’s policies and procedures. Your writing should be professional, thoughtful, and free of errors. Submit your club policies to katzfinadmin@yu.edu

We will schedule a meeting to review your application before it is approved. 

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Questions?

Contact:  
katzfinadmin@yu.edu 
(646) 592-4753

Questions?

Join Our Community

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Chinese Student Union

The CSU helps Chinese students across the university adapt to life in New York and at the University through social activities, including Fall and Spring Festivals.

Membership: All Yeshiva University graduate students are eligible to join.

Current Leadership:

  • Xu Lu, President; M.S. in Digital Marketing and Media, 2022

Faculty Mentor: Mordechai Z. Cohen, Professor of Bible and Associate Dean, Bernard Revel Graduate School of Jewish Studies 

Recent Events

Spring Festival: The Chinese Student Union attended the Lunar New Year Celebration with the Office of International Students and Scholars. Students shared stories and art from their cultural New Year celebrations and enjoyed good food and good company. 

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ISACA Student Group

Our student chapter of ISACA, an international organization for cybersecurity professionals, offers social events, networking and development opportunities, and certifications.

The ISACA Student Group's purpose is, through student empowerment, to expand recognition of the IT Audit and Assurance, Security and IT Governance disciplines, by extending education beyond the classroom on standards, practices and certification. 

Membership: Any Yeshiva University student is eligible to join. 

President: Kevin Suckiel, MS in Cybersecurity, 2022

Vice President: Jacob Leichter, MS in Cybersecurity, 2022

Faculty Advisor: Sivan Tehila, Program Director, MS in Cybersecurity, Clinical Assistant Professor of Cybersecurity

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National Student Speech Language and Hearing Association, Yeshiva University, Wilf Chapter

The National Student Speech Language Hearing Association (NSSLHA) is the only national student organization for pre-professionals studying communication sciences and disorders (CSD) recognized by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA). Established in 1972, NSSLHA supports 12,040+ members and 320+ chapters at colleges and universities nationwide. NSSLHA’s mission is to foster a spirit of unity by coordinating the interests and efforts of persons with a common goal, by offering opportunities for social and professional fellowship, and by providing situations in which students and faculty may work together as a team to advance the profession as a whole. 

Membership: Any full- or part-time graduate (including doctoral) students interested in the study of communication sciences and disorders who is not eligible for the Certificate of Clinical Competence is eligible for membership. Read NSSLHA Club Policies here. For more information, email yunsslha@gmail.com

Current Leadership 

  • President: Morgan Rosman, MS in Speech-Language Pathology, 2022
  • Vice President: Allison Tejada, MS in Speech-Language Pathology, 2022
  • Secretary: Brielle Prince, MS in Speech-Language Pathology, 2022
  • Treasurer: Caroline Kogler, MS in Speech-Language Pathology, 2022
  • Student Liaison: Avital Yushuvaev, MS in Speech-Language Pathology, 2023
  • Philanthropy: Obehi Oriakhi, MS in Speech-Language Pathology, 2022
  • Social Media: Nona Davis, MS in Speech-Language Pathology, 2022

Faculty Advisor: Elisabeth Mlawski, Ph.D., CCC-SLP, Clinical Associate Professor 

Recent Events

Praxis Exam Prep: The NSSLHA Board held an exam preparation session for the Praxis Exam. The Praxis is required for ASHA certification. 

Walk4Hearing: Team YU NSSLHA walks every year to raise money for the Walk4Hearing. The Walk4Hearing raises awareness about hearing loss and good hearing health. 

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Occupational Therapy Student Association

The Occupational Therapy Student Association (OTSA) supports the development of student members both personally and professionally by utilizing professional, educational, community and social activities to enhance their knowledge of occupational therapy. The organization will encourage camaraderie among students, as well as provide meaningful, productive interaction with faculty. In addition, OTSA strives to communicate with the broader Yeshiva community, as well as with other professional programs and associations.  Membership is open to all enrolled graduate students in the Occupational Therapy Doctorate program in good academic standing.

OTSA executive board, left to right: Ebony Sneed, assembly of student delegates representative and state association liaison; Miriam Weintraub, community service chair; Arielle Nyenty, professional development chair; Rachel Buckley, vice president; Ashley Matthew, treasurer and fundraising chair; Brynna Kaplan, social media and social activities chair; Dalia Planer, secretary; and Harlee Miller, president.

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Physician Assistant Student Association

The mission of the PA Student Association (PASA) is to provide a collegial environment for YU PA students to join together to pursue scholarly activities, community service, and leadership opportunities. 

Membership: Membership is open to all matriculated students in the YU PA program in good academic and professional standing. 

Current Leadership: 

  • President: Anthony Pagan, M.S. in Physician Assistant Studies, 2023 
  • Vice President: Diego Figueroa, M.S. in Physician Assistant Studies, 2023 

Faculty Advisors: Sharon Verity, MPAS, PA-C, Founding PA Program Director, Clinical Associate Professor; and Robin Brizzi, M.S., Clinical Outreach and Admissions Director, Clinical Assistant Professor

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