Counseling (Mental Health)

The campus counseling centers support the academic mission of the university and the academic success of students by providing high quality counseling and mental health services to students and consultative services to faculty and staff. Counselors assist students in addressing psychological and adjustment issues (i.e., depression, anxiety, and relationships) and problems or issues including stress/time management that can negatively impact academic performance, student retention, graduation rates, and quality of life. The Centers work collaboratively with students, faculty, and staff to create and maintain a campus environment that encourages and supports psychological well-being.

 


Health Insurance Options


Important Student Health Insurance Update !

Please be advised that due to insufficient enrollment, CUNY's student health insurance program with United Healthcare will not be offered in the 2014-15 academic year. Students currently enrolled in the United Healthcare plan can maintain their insurance through August of 2014. To avoid a lapse in coverage, please visit the NY State of Health website before August, or speak with a navigator or in-person assistor  on your campus. Please note the discontinuation of the student health insurance plan is considered a qualifying event that will allow currently enrolled students to purchase insurance within 60 days of losing coverage. 

For questions please contact Patti Lamberson at patti.lamberson@mail.cuny.edu.


Hurricane Sandy  Resources and Services

The following resources are available to the CUNY community, including outside agencies offering support and services to students, faculty, and staff dealing with the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy. Please refer to this website  for information and updates, particularly to access services for students. >>


CUNY's Hurricane Sandy Mental Health Resources



For Parents and Guardians

As a parent, you may have concerns about how your student is doing at school. The first year is a particularly difficult transition for both parents and students. You are encouraged to contact your student's campus counseling center (see list of Campus Counseling Centers) with any concerns.


Contact Us


Central Offfice of Student Affairs

555 W. 57th Street
New York, NY 10019
Phone: 646-664-8800

Student Affairs Staff