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Student Experience

A3SR Statistics Club

As a student enrolled in the Applied Statistics for Social Science Research Master's program, you have access to a large array of student clubs and experiences.

The graduate student organization coordinates a large number of student clubs. Furthermore, you may join the Society for Statistics Students (“Stats Club”), an official student chapter of the American Statistical Association, which hosts a variety of extracurricular events ranging from social opportunities, to volunteer outings, to workshops covering skills that will supplement what you learn in class. The faculty of the program also offer professional development opportunities each year, including workshops on how to write a resume, applying to PhD programs, and tips and tricks for job searches. The second floor of Kimball Hall is also available as a study space for you and your fellow classmates.

The Statistics Club (officially known as the Society for Statistics Students), aims to:

  • Foster community amongst NYU students interested in statistics and data science
  • Cultivate networks with New York University and New York City’s broader STEM sector
  • Provide professional development opportunities for students pursuing quantitative oriented careers
  • Serve as an official student chapter of the American Statistical Association at New York University

Visit the Stats Club Website to learn more about events, resources, and more!

Please reach out to the Stats Club at with any questions, comments, feedback or to join our Slack channel.