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SPRING 2015 CLUB WEEK

Finding a group with similar interests as you is a great way to bond with peers as you navigate through college.

Join us at the Brooklyn Campus on March 2 and 3 or Manhattan Campus from March 4 through 6 and explore the many extracurricular activities, student clubs and athletic programs available to our students. Simply stop by and chat with a club rep! view the complete schedule below.

BROOKLYN CAMPUS
DAYPLACETIME
Monday, March 2, 2015151 Lawrence St. 2nd fl Lobby12pm – 2pm and 4pm -6pm
Tuesday, March 3, 2015151 Lawrence St. 2rd fl Lobby12pm – 2pm and 4pm – 6pm
MANHATTAN CAMPUS
DAYPLACETIME
Wed, March 4, 20151293 Broadway (bld. MH) rm 50312pm – 2pm and 4pm -6pm
Thurs, March 5, 20151293 Broadway (bld. MH) rm 50312pm – 2pm and 4pm -6pm
Fri, March 6, 20151293 Broadway (bld. MH) rm 50312pm – 3pm

Throughout the week, our many clubs, organization and fellow members will be present to answer your questions.

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