Student Support and Outreach
Choose from one of the options below:
Attendance Tracking (only available 2nd and 3rd weeks of each semester) Faculty should use this option to report students’ attendance in class during the first 3 weeks of the semester. Outreach is done by the Student of Outreach if students are not attending more than one class.
THIS IS NOT AN EMERGENCY SERVICE and is not monitored 24/7.
For suicidal or homicidal thoughts or behaviors, please contact University Police immediately at 914-251-6911 so they can do a welfare check to ensure the student’s safety and get them any immediate assistance they may need.
Faculty/Staff should use the student alert form above to report concerns that relate to a student’s mental or physical well-being, including signs of severe emotional distress, disruptive classroom behavior, financial stress, serious roommate conflicts, or feeling generally lost academically.
This is NOT an emergency service. If you have a mental health emergency that requires immediate attention from the Counseling Center, please call (914) 251-6390 during normal business hours (Monday—Friday, 9:00am—5:00pm). For after-hours emergencies, please contact University Police at (914) 251-6911.
Only available in the 4th- 9th weeks of each semester. Faculty should use this option to provide direct information to students on their academic progress in class. This options sends an email directly to the student as well as any advisors assigned to the student and also includes information on course withdrawals which can be done up until the 9th week.
For additional questions or assistance feel free to contact any of the following:
Trudy Milburn, Assistant Dean of Liberal Arts and Sciences
(914) 251-6487, email@example.com
Jennifer Shingelo, Assistant Dean of Students and Enrollment, School of the Arts
(914) 251-4450, firstname.lastname@example.org
Patricia Bice, Dean of Student Affairs
(914) 251-6363, email@example.com
Peter Polinski, Assistant Director of Advising, Chair At-Risk Committee