The USGA provides a forum for student participation in the educational program and offers a channel of communication between students, faculty, and administration. The USGA sponsors social activities, social work forums, and special events for undergraduates.
The Graduate Student Association (GSA) is an elected student organization that acts as a liaison between the students and the administration and faculty of the Silver School of Social Work. The GSA invites graduate students to bring feedback about the program, suggest events and come to them for direction and assistance. The GSA also plans several events for the student body throughout the academic year, such as student-to-student forums, informal networking events, mentoring programs, coffee workshops, end-of-semester celebrations, career panels, and a graduation party.
The PhD Student Association (PhDSA) of the New York University (NYU) Silver School of Social Work (SSSW) is hereby constituted to represent its membership at New York University and in the greater community and to increase the role and impact of its members. The PhDSA is also constituted to create and implement services and activities, which its membership shall consider essential to fulfilling the experience of attending the PhD doctoral program at the Silver School of Social Work at New York University.