The Certifying Official meets with new and returning veteran and dependent students on a regular basis to make sure their benefits (GI Bill, Yellow Ribbon, etc.) are activated within a timely fashion with the New York State Veterans Affairs office.
Students who enroll at Manhattan College will work with Student Accounts and Bursar Services (SABS)to discuss financing options, set up payment plans, process their private and federal loans, get help with the verification process and assist with other financing details.
Sarah Glessner, Learning Specialist, Center for Academic Success Thomas Hall, 3rd Floor 718-862-7753 email@example.com
The Center for Academic Success provides programs and initiatives to help the learning experience of all students. This includes peer tutoring, individual tutoring, study groups and online tutoring. Your academic coach will help you focus on long-term and short-term goals, time-management, study skills, and test-taking strategies.
Teneka Hardy, Assistant Director for On Campus Recruiting Thomas Hall, 3rd Floor 718-862-7963 firstname.lastname@example.org
The Center for Career Development offers numerous programs and resources to assist you with transitioning your academic experience into professional success. Each of Manhattan College's undergraduate schools has a dedicated career advisor who can provide guidance regarding choosing a major, career paths and job opportunities.
The Counseling Center services are provided at no charge to help students reach their educational goals and work through any personal issues that are causing anxiety or distress. Regular office hours are 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m., but evening appointments are also available by request. There are various types of assistance available, including short-term individual counseling, student groups that meet weekly, private consultation, crisis intervention, referrals to local mental health resources, substance abuse screening and referrals, and educational programs.
The Specialized Resource Center (SRC) serves all students with special needs including individuals with a temporary disability, such as those resulting from injury or surgery. The SRC is a resource for students, faculty and the college at large. Use of services is voluntary, strictly confidential and free of charge. The SRC strives to ensure educational opportunity for all students with special needs by providing access to full participation in all aspects of campus life. There is no fee for SRC services, but student need to provide appropriate documentation.
Stephen Kaplan, Ph.D. oversees the Veterans at Ease Program, which includes retreat programs for stress reduction, building bonds between veteran-students, and building bonds between veteran-students and Manhattan College faculty in order to facilitate the successful transition to civilian/academic life.