Services & Resources

Each CUNY college has a veterans affairs representative. Some campuses have a full-service office that offers a range of counseling for all enrolled veterans and reservists. All veterans affairs representatives are able to offer appropriate referrals for the following services:

Academic Advisement and Tutoring

Prior learning through military training or deployment can create special advisement needs. Academic advisement offices are available to assist you on each campus.

Resources, such as the Veterans Upward Bound Program, are also available to help you apply for GI Benefits, college enrollment & financial aid, and college placement tests in reading, writing, and math.

Career Development & Internship

Assistance with work-study, full- and part-time employment, employment-related legal aid, as well as referrals to employment resources. >>

Child Care Services

There are multiple child care centers at CUNY colleges that are available to students and cater to children of various ages. >>

Counseling (Mental Health) Services

Assistance with personal issues including personal finance, housing, and day care. Special services are also provided for post-deployment issues and for disabled students. >>

Disability Resources & Services

Each CUNY campus features an Office of Disability Services, managed by a director who coordinates the provision of reasonable accommodations and support services for students with disabilities. Students' needs for reasonable accommodations and support services are verified by these offices. They also provide counseling and referrals, and arrange crucial auxiliary aids and services, including assistive technology services, note takers, readers, sign language interpreter services, distance learning networks, priority registration, and alternative testing arrangements. >>

Resources, such as CUNY LEADS program , are also available to provide students with disabilities with career and academic guidance, as well as job search skills.

Financial Aid and Benefits Advisement

Assistance with veterans benefits and information regarding scholarships, deferred tuition, short-term loans, and Social Security. >>

Housing Options

Students who attend CUNY experience a top-notch education in the vibrant atmosphere of New York City. Living in CUNY campus housing ensures a quality and secure environment, easy access to college facilities and social events, and making the most of your college experience.

For CUNY housing options please visit the housing page. >>

Veterans and Stress

Resources, such as the CUNY PROVE project , are also available to assist veterans with specific stress-related issues. >>

Women's Centers

Provide vital and comprehensive services that address the needs of the whole person by adopting a myriad of multi-dimensional programs and workshops that speak to the emotional, intellectual, physical and financial well-being of women. >>