Additional WCC Resources
The ASC provides ongoing tutorial assistance for students taking remedial/developmental and college courses in Math, Reading, ESL, Science, Physics, Computer Science, and Writing.
Disability Services provides equipment, accommodations, and other services for students with documented learning disabilities, psychiatric disabilities, physical disabilities, visual, hearing, and other health impairments.
The Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion is committed to the urgent, sustained, and comprehensive work of creating a welcoming campus climate in which all members are valued and have a voice.
Health Services is to facilitate the educational success of our students by offering services and resources to promote physical, social and emotional health and well-being. Health Services is open to all students, staff and faculty free of charge. All visits are kept confidential.
Westchester Community College provides LGBTQIA+ specific programming, resources, and training for faculty, staff and students.
Student Support Services can connect you and your family with resources to help relieve or even eliminate tangible challenges that impede on your college success. If you have an unforeseen emergency that is impacting your ability to remain enrolled and succeed, please contact Student Support Services.
The Title IX Coordinator has been charged with managing the College’s response to sexual assault, sexual harassment, dating violence, domestic violence, and stalking. Informed by current federal and state law and guidance, the Title IX Coordinator aims to ensure that the College responds promptly and effectively to reports of sexual violence, prevent its recurrence, and remedy its effects. Anonymous reports are accepted.
The Veterans Resource Office is committed to providing Veterans and Reserve component personnel, as well as active duty, family members, and dependents, the support they need through a variety of programs and services, intended to make a seamless transition into the college environment