The Association of Student Affairs Professionals is an organization primarily for current graduate students and alumni of the Higher Education and Student Affairs program at NYU's Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development. The Association serves as the official graduate assembly and as such is committed to enhancing the experiences of our community. ASAP does so by providing educational, professional, and social opportunities that encourage personal growth and the development of core competencies related to the field of Higher Education. ASAP strives to facilitate the assimilation of new members into the NYU and larger New York City community and acts as an advocate on behalf of its members and the Higher Education and Student Affairs program. Furthermore, ASAP seeks to create a cohesive and lasting experience that will positively impact its members and alumni for years to come.
How can i become a member?
You can become a life-long member by paying the membership fee of $20. Membership fees are accepted through Cash App to the cashtag $NYUASAP. Once we have received your membership fee you can expect a confirmation in 1-2 business days. When making the payment, please include the following in the "For" line:
- ASAP Membership
- Full Name & NetID
- Full-Time or Part-Time Student
What are my benefits on becoming a member?
After you become a member, you will be add to our member list and have access to our members only information. These information includes but not limited to the following:
- Receive information and updates on our upcoming events, programs, and opportunities.
- Participate in annual Resume Book submission.
- Join committees.
- Participate in future elections.
WHEN ARE GENERAL BODY MEETINGS OR EVENTS?
For more information on meetings and events, you can find out more information via ASAP calendar or newsletter.
I WANT TO BE MORE INVOLVED! HOW CAN I DO THAT?
You can join any committee by emailing us directly. You can also run for E-board office during our annual election in November.