2nd Floor, Rm 203
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9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Evenings by appointment
Phone: (914) 633-2038
Success and Survival
Take a look through our Success and Survival Guide for suggestions on Academic Success Strategies, Managing Academic Stress and other information available on this website.
In light of recent events on college campuses around the country, it has become clear that friends, roommates, classmates, and acquaintances of troubled students are the most likely individuals to be made aware of potentially dangerous and/or self-destructive situations. However, often students are not certain about what kinds of warning signs they should take seriously and/or whether reporting the signs to adults in authority roles is the right thing to do. Therefore, we would like to offer a list of warning signs that students should take seriously and encourage students to disclose their concerns to adults in the community such as staff of the Counseling Center, Residential Life, Office of Student Development, Office of Mission and Ministry, or Campus Safety and Security.Warning Signs for Troubled and Dangerous Students:
Keeping our campus and community safe is the responsibility of everyone who lives, works and studies here. Thank you for doing your part in keeping all of us safe.
A message from Vinny
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Because you are concerned about your son or daughter making a successful transition to college, and because your support is a critical factor in that transition, we offer this section on what your son or daughter will experience in college and what you can do to help