Grief, Loss, and Counseling Mental Health Services are available to all students. Working with students with concerns about family, difficulty in all types of relationships, depression, and anxiety, among many others. If anything makes it difficult for you to succeed in school – we are here for you! All services are free and confidential for York students. Reach out to the York College Counseling Center, the University's webpage on Mental Health services for students, and the Women's Center for Gender Justice for various in-person and telehealth appointments.
Hurricane Ian On Wednesday, September 28, 2022, Hurricane Ian made landfall in Ft. Myers, Florida as a category 5 storm. More than 2.5 million residents were left without power as the storm tore across the southern parts of Florida. Search and rescue efforts are underway despite extensive flooding. Hospitals in the area are unable to operate and many residents are struggling to find drinking water. The current death toll stands at 21 with the number expected to rise. Hurricane Ian, now a tropical storm, is expected to strengthen at sea as it makes its way to the Carolinas in the next few days
Disaster Relief Support & Resources (Students)
On Sunday, September 18, 2022, Hurricane Fiona ripped through Puerto Rico, the Dominican Republic, and other Caribbean islands taking lives, destroying homes, and leaving residents without power and running water. Many York College students have extended family members and friends in that region and may have been directly or indirectly affected. The York College faculty, staff, and administration stand ready to assist and support our students through this challenging time.
Faculty & Staff
CUNY's Employee Assistance Program also provides support services for faculty and staff. These services are for employees and their families and can assist domestically and internationally in the affected areas. Visit CCA@YourService to access services online (password = CUNY) or call 1-800-833-8707