The Office of AccessABILITY Services is dedicated to students with disabilities by providing the opportunity for success and equal access at Stella and Charles Guttman Community College. We are committed to providing reasonable accommodations as outlined by Federal and State law. We also strive to create an inclusive, safe and respectful environment. By promoting awareness, knowledge and equity, we aspire to impact positive change within individuals and the campus community.
Crystal Vasquez/ Associate Director of AccessABILITY/ 646-313-8812
Through the Academic Advising and Student Support office, students in the first-year are guided by a Student Success Advocate (SSA), who helps make a smooth transition to college life by providing support through one-on-one meetings and engagement in a weekly advising seminar called Learning about Being a Successful Student (LaBSS). After the first year, continuing students work with a Career Strategist, who support progress toward completing a degree, and transition into a baccalaureate program and/or career.
Victoria Romero/ Associate Director, Academic Advising / 646-313-8843
The Office of Academic Testing is responsible to administer, and keep secure, the CUNY Assessment Tests, the CEAFE and the Ability to Benefit Test (ATB). The office is also responsible to provide test results to faculty and staff on campus requiring information to guide the classroom experience.
Charles H. Pryor, II/ Academic Testing Director/ 646-313-8269
The Office of Student Leadership & Campus Life (SL&CL) provides students with many opportunities to develop leadership skills while contributing to the academic, social, and cultural environment of the College. Leadership programming supports student preparation for professional and community responsibilities through immersion and engagement on and off-campus.
Nestor Melendez/ Director of Campus Life/ 646-313-8121
Peer Mentoring is designed to enhance the in-class and co-curricular student experience at Guttman. Peer Mentors lead Admissions events, support classes in the First Year Experience and Programs of Study, hold academic support sessions known as Meet-Ups, and facilitate Transfer Bridge activities to encourage continued success at the senior college.
Andrew Bennett/ Director of Mentoring/ 646-313-8163
The Connect Center provides services and resources to help students address barriers that prevent them from attending and completing school. We provide this service in collaboration with both internal and external partners. All of the services offered at Single Stop are free for students and their families.
Dana LePage/ Connect Center Manager/ 646-313-8064
Samantha Gregoire-James/ Connect Center Administrative Coordinator/ 646-313-8857
Office of Community Standards and Student Conduct (OSC) promotes a safe and secure community and enforces City University of New York rules and regulations through civility, integrity, and student learning while treating each student with dignity and respect. The Office of Student Conduct treats all students with fairness, consistency and respect whether complainant, respondent, or violator of the Student Conduct Code.
Carolee Ramsay/ Associate Director, Student Conduct/ 646-313-8019
Wellness offers free and confidential mental health counseling to assist students with any matters of personal concern such as depression, anxiety, stress, procrastination, and relationships. It is a safe and open place where students can express themselves and learn effective tools to use now and in the future. Additionally, Wellness facilitates several groups, workshops, and events throughout the year to support students’ wellbeing.
Courtney Stevenson/ Associate Director, Counseling Services/ 646-313-8165