Check out our student-run clubs and organizations below!
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Accessories Design Club
AD at FIT
African Student Association
American Association of Textile Chemists & Colorists (AATCC)
American Marketing Association (AMA)
Anime Club & Sci-Fi
Archery at FIT
Armenian Club at FIT
Asian Student Network (ASN)
Black Retail Action Group (BRAG)
Black Student Union (BSU)
Chabad - Jewish Life at FIT
Children's Wear Club
Chinese Student Social
Comic Arts Club
Cosmetics and Fragrance Marketing Association (CMFA)
Culinary Arts Club
Display & Exhibition Club
ED 2010 at FIT
Ethics & Sustainability Club
Fashion Art & Design Club
FIT Models & Stylists Association (FITMSA)
FIT Student Government Association
Half the Sky
Hoop Troop Dance Club
Indian Cultural Society
International Fashion & Culture Association (IFCA)
Korean Campus Crusade for Christ (KCCC)
Korean Student Organization
LGBTQ Students United
Media Design Club
National Retail Federation Student Association (NRFSA)
Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA)
Residence Hall Association (RHA)
Students Excelling Lifestyle Fundamentals (SELF)
Taiwanese Student Association
Textile & Surface Design Club
ACCESSORIES DESIGN CLUB
To enrich our members experience at FIT through industry speakers, field trips, and community service projects.
AD AT FIT
To help students develop valuable leadership skills through active participation in creative workshops and exhibitions in the advertising and design industry.
AFRICAN STUDENT ASSOCIATION
African Student Association is an organization that brings Africans and non-Africans together together on common ground. It is meant to educate the public and portray the vision of Africa while informing it's members about Africa and it's various traditions.
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF TEXTILE CHEMISTS & COLORISTS (AATCC)
To promote the understanding of textiles and the textile industry.
AMERICAN MARKETING ASSOCIATION (AMA)
To further the knowledge of marketing to all FIT students by being involved in a competitive field, connecting with guest speakers, and marketing products and services.
ARCHERY AT FIT
To introduce and maintain the presence of the Olympic sport of Archery.
ARMENIAN CLUB AT FIT
The purpose of the Armenian Club at FIT is to unite students of Armenian descent (or any ethnic background), and work toward a common goal of promoting our Armenian culture, heritage and history.
BLACK RETAIL ACTION GROUP (BRAG)
To promote the inclusion, acceptance, and participation of students of color at all levels or retail, fashion, and related industries through a partnership with BRAG national.
This beauty-centric, magazine-style publication provides student readers a glimpse into the latest in beauty news, trends, and industry insights.
CHABAD JEWISH LIFE AT FIT
To promote helping others and charity through exciting events such as community projects and self-development seminars while appreciating the beauty of Jewish heritage.
As a Cheerleading club we are committed to provide a positive atmosphere for both the members of the club as well as the entire FIT Community. We strive to advocate teamwork, responsibility and dedication by promoting school events in order to create a wonderful college experience for students. We will do this all while showcasing our cheerleading talents and skills. As cheerleaders we will exemplify sportsmanship and poise by supporting every club, organization and sports team and encourage all students to attend all events.
CHILDRENS WEAR CLUB
To learn more about children's wear design and marketing.
CHINESE STUDENT SOCIAL
As a member of CSSC, we will help new international students to get familiar with New York City and the campus. CSSC will provide information and guidance in different fields, such as renting an apartment, major selection or visa application. CSSC will invite guest speakers in the fashion industry to guide and advise our members. In traditional Chinese holidays, such as spring festival, CSSC will host a dinner party for celebrating and networking.
A national organization dedicated to the development of leadership in marketing, merchandising, and advertising through competitive events at state and national levels.
COSMETICS & FRAGRANCE MARKETING ASSOCIATION (CFMA)
To participate in beauty industry events and provide the school and beauty industry with a newsletter that is written and organized by the CFMA.
To bring students interested in digital media together outside the classroom, as well as to inspire students who wish to study digital media beyond the levels offered in the curriculum. It is a community where faculty members and students work together in an environment that promotes peer-to-peer learning and self-initiated/self-motivated pursuit of knowledge. The Media Design Club at FIT will be responsible for promoting interactive design media, student preparation for the job market, networking, showcasing student work, and work outside of school.
DISPLAY & EXHIBITION CLUB
This club is oriented towards students who are interested in visual communication in the built environment and are looking for opportunities to further their passions through shared activities with other club, charitable events, invited speakers, and trips. Students will be drawn from throughout the school including design and not design programs.
ED2010 at FIT
To gather all the aspiring magazine editors at FIT in order to better prepare ourselves for our dream jobs together through contact with industry members and collective brainstorming.
ETHICS & SUSTAINABILITY CLUB
Introduces students to the rapidly-growing field of social responsibility -- where fashion companies make a positive social impact through philanthropy, support for social causes and human rights, mentoring, ethical sourcing and cruelty-free production.
To collaborate as designers, stylists, photographers, and models to get real work experience.
FIT STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION
To represent the voice of over 10,000 FIT students through intentional dialog with students and administration, inclusive programming, and student governance.
FIT Words provides a community for FIT students who want to take their writing outside the classroom. Writers (and readers) of poetry, fiction, creative nonfiction, and other genres can meet to discuss their work in progress, start new pieces, and get expert advice. Members learn elements of the writing craft and the basics of the publishing process from guest speakers who are published authors and editors. The club publishes an anthology each year of the members' poems, stories, and essays. Whether they see writing as a future career or an enriching part of their lives, aspiring writers will find a place to share and grow together.
We bring together the diverse talents that comprise FIT: musicians, songwriters, vocalists, etc., while singing and delivering the Lord's message through song, as well as bringing our club members to conferences, competitions, award shows, and performances to enhance our vocals and better educate ourselves in gospel music.
HOOP TROOP DANCE CLUB
To expand creativity and strive to promote physical and mental health through a fun and creative dance outlet. The club emphasizes the use of hoop tricks through dance or otherwise as a form of self-expression. Designed to establish a meeting place for individuals who enjoy or want to learn the art of hula hooping. Hoop Troop Dance Club is open to anyone who is interested. No skills are necessary to join.
ICON's mission is to showcase the diverse talents of FIT's student body through an annual print publication. It's the club's responsibility to design and produce ICON Magazine, as well as to keep the website and social media accounts updated.
INDIAN CULTURAL SOCIETY
The mission of our club is to unify the Indian student body on campus. To share the Indian culture and traditions on campus and beyond campus as well. To organize events to enhance the Indian culture.
The goal of the Interior Design Club is to provide relative design information and that of related fields to students who will enter the interior design profession.
INTERNATIONAL FASHION & CULTURE ASSOCIATION (IFCA)
Network, travel, fashion. All in one.
KOREAN STUDENT ORGANIZATION
The purpose of KSOF is not only to unite and build stronger relationships with Korean students and alumni of FIT, but also to create a network with Korean students in other universities in the USA by participating in various activities.
To enhance our members college experience by exposing them to all facets of the fashion industry.
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NATIONAL RETAIL FEDERATION STUDENT ASSOCIATION (NRFSA)
To provide a competitive advantage to students interested in a career in retail through a partnership with the National Retail Federation. To provide opportunities for educational enhancement through interaction with retail executives and attendance at NRF-sponsored events, as well as other industry events.
To bring together those with interest in this field by providing network connections with the industry.
PUBLIC RELATIONS STUDENT SOCIETY OF AMERICA (PRSSA)
To develop a more professional grasp of the public relations industry through speakers and trips, and to create publicity projects.
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RESIDENCE HALL ASSOCIATION (RHA)
To promote productive communication between the residents and campus administration and provide events open to all FIT students, both residents and commuters.
Runway27 at FIT is a multidisciplinary club where students will collaborate on producing a fashion show. Each club member will contribute and explore their expertise on merchandising, design, styling, promotion, and production for the show.
The FIT Skyliners is an a capella group committed to creating an environment in which the exploration and presentation of student’s talents are proudly exhibited. Our mission is that through each and every one of our own abilities we can perform our music.
STUDENTS EXCELLING LIFESTYLE FUNDAMENTALS (SELF)
To empower FIT student parents and peers through resources, cultural, social, spiritual, career, and other lifestyle activities. Aid in voicing concerns.
TAIWANESE STUDENT ASSOCIATION
FIT Taiwanese Student Association aims to enhance the college experience of Taiwanese students in FIT. It is dedicated to provide support and resources for the members by networking with alumni and other Taiwanese in NYC.
A TEDx event is a local gathering where live TED-like talks and videos previously recorded at TED conferences are shared with the community. The content and design of each TEDx event are unique and developed independently, but all of them have featured in common. University events are TEDx events hosted at a college or university and organized by current university administration staff, faculty or students. It gives universities the opportunity to share the unique innovation and ideas that their community is creating. TEDxUFIT will be hosting a spring semester ted talk in April. It will take place on one day. There, students will get a feel for what a TEDx talk experience is like. The club will visit a TEDx event at another University, chosen by the President and with the board’s approval, at the beginning of each semester. In leading up to the ted talk event, the club will host a number of smaller events on campus to bring the FIT community together and for the club members to have hands-on experience with planning an event before the final event in April. The goal of the club is to bring the FIT community together like no other club ever has. The club will reach out to departments, students, and professors, in order to create the content that will be presented at the FIT, hosted ted talk. This club is to create the room for innovative ideas through an interdisciplinary team which means that there is a place for every major in this club from the FIT community. Through this club, students from different majors can meet and branch off to create their own partnerships and take part in the innovative opportunities FIT sponsors.
TEXTILE AND SURFACE DESIGN CLUB
The Textile and Surface Design Club helps educate students about the textile industry and design and culture related to the textile field. The club invites guest lecturers to speak about what working in the textile industry, share their experiences and advice, and show work. We have alumni, artists, and international visitors who talk about design and textile related topics.
The Theatre Ensemble at FIT is committed to all things theatrical. Our mandate is to develop and produce student plays, showcases, cabarets, television, films, and all things that involve acting and performing arts. This includes choosing performance material, costume and set design, and development of performance craft.
We organize open-call art exhibits, create murals and other public art. To date we have participated in 5 consecutive years at Art Basel Miami and Bridge Art Fair.
Provide hands-on experience in public art and other related venues; educate and guide members on business of being an artist; be a professional and educational resource for members.
W27 is FIT's monthly newspaper. Students write, design, publish, and market the print publication as well as the website.
Students serve as the internal communications link to the college by running the FIT radio station with air time opportunities and video production for display on campus monitors.