Compliance and Diversity

Website Accessibility Notice

If you have difficulty accessing information on Guttman Community College’s website due to a disability, please contact the College’s Assistant Director of Communications, Joanna Wisniewski,, and provide the following information: the web address of the requested material, a description of the accessibility problem, the preferred format to receive the requested material, and your contact information (name, email address, and phone number).

Complaints about the accessibility of the College’s website to individuals with disabilities can be made under CUNY’s Policy on Equal Opportunity and Non-Discrimination and should be addressed to Linda Merians, the Title IX Coordinator at Guttman Community College,

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Bryant Park landscape
Two Summer Bridge students collaborating on an assignment in Grand Central Terminal

Stella and Charles Guttman Community College is committed to addressing discrimination, sexual misconduct (including sexual harassment, gender-based harassment, and sexual violence), and retaliation complaints promptly, consistently, and objectively.

We believe in a policy of non-discrimination, and as an educational institution, maintaining best practices and relevant programs to assure compliance with federal, state and city laws as well as University guidelines.

Title IX Contacts

Jaclyn Helms
Title IX Officer

Bindi Patel
Deputy Title IX Officer

Nila Bhaumik
Executive Director of Human Resources

Charles Pryor
Chief Student Affairs Officer

Student Wellness Clinician: 646-313-8165
Women’s Center: 646-313-8812
Public Safety: 646-313-8112
Title IX Coordinators: 646-313-8825/8119
Office of AccessABILITY: 646-313-8812

Anastasia Koutsidis
Public Safety Director

For more information, please visit the Title IX Resources website

Federal and CUNY Plans and Reports

American Association of Community Colleges
Hispanic Outlook
Academic Careers
Journal of Blacks in Higher Education
Chronicle of Higher Education
Women in Higher Education
Diverse Jobs
NY Times
Social Work Program at Western Connecticut State University
Harvard University Graduate School of Education
HBCU Connect
NABA (National Association of Black Accountants)
NACADA National Ethics & Leadership in Advising Interest Group
Student Affairs Partnering with Academic Affairs (SAPAA), Faculty of Computer Science
Applied Science, and Mathematics, ACPA College Student Educators International
NASPA Networking Group
ACPA Commission for Graduate and Professional Student Affairs
Advocates for Students with Attention Issues
American Association for Access
Equity, and Diversity, Disability Student Services Professionals
Chronicle of Philanthropy
American Psychological Association (
American Sociological Association &
Latinos in HigherEd
Chronicle of Higher Education
HigherEd Jobs
Women in Higher Education