FINANCIAL AID ADVISEMENT To use 2002-2003 financial aid to pay your Summer 2002 bill, you must have filed a 2002-2003 FAFSA and submitted a blue Student Aid Report (ASAR) to the Financial Aid Office, (Y-120). The availability of TAP depends on early State budget approval. It may be possible to use remaining Federal Pell Grant funds from 2001-2002. For more information contact the Financial Aid Office at (212) 650-5819.
ACADEMIC ADVISEMENT CCNY students should discuss their courses and progress toward graduation not only prior to registration but at anytime over the course of the year that questions and conflicts arise.
Student Helpline Students may call the "i" Desk - (212) 650-5338 - for assistance with any College-related problem. They may also seek assistance via email from STUDENT SUPPORT at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
STUDENT SUPPORT is a new on-line service designed to provide CCNY?s students and prospective students assistance in navigating through the sometimes bewildering information needed to understand the complex environment of a College. While each person?s needs differ, there are a number of common inquiries that may be answered by referring to our ?FAQ? (frequently asked questions) pages.
Student Health Services/The Wellness and Counseling Center Director: Dr. Pereta Rodriguez Office: Marshak Science Building, Room 15. Open Monday - Thursday, 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.; Tuesday and Wednesday, 9:00 a.m.- 6:00 p.m. Phone: (212) 650-8222.
The Wellness and Counseling Center promotes wellness and health through education and preventive health care. Service areas include wellness programs, women's health, general health care, psychological counseling, individual crisis intervention, group support and direct referrals. Immunization (MMR) certification, and flu vaccine services are also provided.
Office of Student Disability Services Director: Kevin Tucker. Main Office: Baskerville Hall, Room 26 Phone: (212) 650-5913; Fax: (212) 650-5772; TTD: (212) 650-6910
With the passage of Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the 1990 Americans with Disabilities Act, the civil rights of disabled persons in employment, housing, architectural accessibility, and education were affirmed and protected. As a result, post-secondary schools receiving federal financial assistance are mandated to provide "reasonable accommodations" to ensure that the instructional process provides for equal educational opportunity.