Admissions & Aid
To help CUNY students survive and thrive at CUNY in these challenging times, a group of students and faculty at the CUNY School of Public Health have prepared an online guide designed to help you find the information, services, and resources that can overcome educational, health, and financial challenges triggered by the COVID-19 pandemic. Written by students for students, this guide tells you about available help on CUNY campuses and in your community. It also provides tips on coping with stress and suggests how can you can support your peers who may be encountering problems. We hope you will find the Guide to Surviving and Thriving at CUNY helpful.
The Division of Student Affairs, along with with other academic and administrative offices, offer these health and wellness services to assist you during your career at Brooklyn College. Many of these benefits are available to students, faculty, and staff. All services for currently enrolled students are free of charge.
Center for Student Disability Services
The Center for Student Disability Services (CSDS) is committed to ensuring that students with disabilities enjoy an equal opportunity to participate in the college’s classrooms, programs, and services.
Brooklyn College and Campus Sustainability, in partnership with the Corbin Hill Food Project, brings a farm share program to campus.
Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs
2113 Boylan Hall