The Office of the Dean of Students advocates for students, both individually and collectively, by ensuring that programs and services reflecting best practices are in place to support their success.
The Office of the Dean of Students coordinates and works collaboratively with the Counseling Center, Health Services, the Multicultural Center, Residence Life, and Commuter Services to ensure that students are able to success in and out of the classroom.
The student advocacy efforts of the Office of the Dean of Students include the following:
The Campus Assessment, Resource, and Education (CARE) Team can help students with issues that included but are not limited to depression, anxiety, panic attacks, erratic behavior, missing extended class time, substance use/abuse, medical problems, self-destructive behavior, family issues, adjustment issues, etc.
Should you face an emergency situation on campus, the first report should be to Public Safety at 718-862-7500. Less emergent situations can be reported to the CARE Team and a level of intervention needed will be determined. The CARE Team may, at times, initiate an emergency response.
The United States Government Accountability Office reviewed 31 studies and found that most studies indicate over 30% of college students are experiencing Food Insecurity. Many of these students have to choose between buying food or paying for their education. (source)
If food insecurity is impacting you or a student you know, please fill out this form to seek assistance. This form is received by Food Insecurity Task Force and CARE Team members.