Student Support Services & Judicial Affairs, Offices and Programs
The Office of Student Affairs Assessment guides the assessment efforts of the Division of Student Affairs in the measurement of holistic student growth, learning, and divisional effectiveness. Through consultation, the office supports the ongoing development of a culture of assessment wherein effective and efficient programs and services can be developed and refined to support the College’s mission.
Behavioral Intervention Team
Promotes the safety and health of students and address student behavioral concerns which are not supportive of the faculty’s pursuit of the College’s central function and are not addressed by an existing agency of the College. Included in, but not limited to, the list of behaviors are threats, aberrant or strange behavior, violent or perceived violent behavior, repeated threats of suicide or violence against others, etc. The BIT reaches out to students to intervene, provide support, and connect them with resources that can assist them.
Counseling and support services are available for students with learning and/or emotional, visual, hearing and other health related issues.
General Grievances, Sexual Harassment & Discrimination
Westchester Community College will maintain academic and work environments that are free of discrimination, sexual harassment and sexual violence and promotes an environment in which individuals of various groups and backgrounds learn to live together in an atmosphere of mutual respect.
The Office of International and Immigrant Student Affairs is committed to providing services necessary to meet the special needs of F-1 international and immigrant students.
The Office of Judicial Affairs promotes an effective living and learning environment by enforcing policies, providing a disciplinary process, and providing sanctions that foster ethical development, personal accountability, and civility toward others and protects student rights.
Licensed Clinical Social Workers are available to help students with personal problems. They are skilled listeners that can assist to identify issues and can help develop a plan to resolve said problems to ensure students’ success in their academic and personal life. Short-term on campus counseling is available as well as off-campus referrals when necessary.
Is a national non-profit organization dedicated to helping low-income families and individuals build economic security. Services include, but are not limited to: public benefits screening and application assistance, health insurance enrollment, tax return preparation, one-on-one financial counseling, and legal services covering a wide range of civil problems–including eviction prevention, immigration and custody battles. All service is provided free of cost.