All students who are registered for twelve or more credits pay a student activity fee of $60.00 per semester. Part time degree students pay a prorated $5 per credit fee. These funds are allocated by the FIT Student Association to over 70 clubs and organizations to implement extra-curricular activities on campus.
FIT Student Association is the student government on campus. The Student Council meets monthly and is made up of annually-elected student committee members, Executive and Programming Board members, and one representative from every recognized club and organization on campus. Student Council is open to all students who pay the student activity fee and voting privileges are granted after you attend two consecutive meetings.
In addition to running for elected office or representing a club or committee at the Student Council meetings, all students are eligible to become members of all college committees that deal with curriculum, admission policies, library, diversity, student affairs, etc. Each Fall, elections are held for these committees at a Student Council meeting. In addition, Student Council meetings are held once a month during a Tuesday common hour and are open to all students. After attending two consecutive meetings, a student receives voting privileges.
Any student who has paid their student activity fee can join a club. You can do so by going to fitnyc.edu/clubs and clicking the interested in joining link, you can join most clubs anytime during the academic year. Meet current members and sign up at Clubs Carnival held in September of each year.
All you need are ten interested students, a faculty or staff advisor and a stated purpose. Visit the Department of Student Life to complete a registration form. Your club must then be recommended by the FIT Student Association Executive Board and voted on by the Student Council.
Visit the Department of Student Life A713, also check your email and the bulletin boards around campus. Read FIT This Week for Students that is delivered each week via email.
Cash or money orders only, no checks or credit cards.
You must apply for graduation and receive approval from the Registrar (C158) whether you plan to participate in the commencement exercises or decide not to attend. The Registrar's Office will conduct a degree audit and notify candidates when they are eligible for graduation. Academic regalia--the traditional cap, gown, and tassel--is required attire for all students participating in commencement exercises. In May (check your email and website for dates), pick up your cap and gown and three tickets.
Twice a year the student government funds a weekend off campus retreat for students interested in learning group dynamic and shared leadership skills. Applications can be obtained in the Department of Student Life or online.
Check the bulletin boards in the SVCS Section of the Department of Student Life.
Visit the Department of Student Life and see the SVCS Coordinator. We have a voter registration drive that is ongoing and a voter registration booth at our SVCS Fair each fall.
The Center is located on the 7th floor of the Dubinsky Student Center (A building). As you exit the elevator turn left, A734. The Center sponsors workshops, seminars, videos, free magazines, free-cycle program and other activities to help students develop leisure time hobbies and skills.
Yes. There is an interfaith referral center located on the 7th floor of the Dubinsky Student Center (A building A707a).