Student Services

Student Services at GCNYC

GCNYC is deeply committed to student well-being and campus security. Accordingly, we offer access to a wide range of student services, including counseling and career development services for our Master of Science degree students as part of our Common Good mission. More information on each of the student service areas can be found in the GCNYC Catalog.

Mental health is an important aspect of student well-being. Students in need of counseling services should contact the Director of Counseling and Disability Services Coordinator, Michael Cohen, PhD at for referrals and information on scheduling an appointment. Students can schedule six 30-minute counseling sessions per trimester.

Glasgow Caledonian New York College is committed to providing equal educational opportunity and participation for students with disabilities. We work with our students to determine appropriate and reasonable accommodations that support their equal access to a world-class education. Confidentiality is of the utmost importance, and disability-related information is never disclosed without student permission. 

Students with impairments and conditions may request accommodations to assist them in their GCNYC experience. To request an accommodation for a qualifying disability, a student must self-identify and contact the Disability Services Coordinator Michael Cohen, PhD at

While there is no health office on GCNYC’s campus, First Aid kits and defibrillators are on campus and available to all students. 

Select staff members have been trained in professional first-aid and can give appropriate referrals to those in need of urgent care. Urgent care services are not provided on campus. Students can visit the closest City MD to campus, which is located at 331 6th Avenue, New York City, NY 10014.

The safety and well-being of our students, faculty and staff is of utmost importance.  Read more on policies here

At GCNYC, campus safety is specifically the responsibility of the Vice President & Provost and the Director of Operations, Title IX Coordinator—to whom any questions or concerns should be directed. They are responsible for the campus’ annual security report, as well as all initiatives to maintain the safety and security of our campus. In compliance with relevant regulation (including the Clery Act, the Violence Against Women Act, Title IX, and New York State Educational Law article 129-A and B), the Vice President & Provost of GCNYC, or the Title IX Coordinator, will be responsible for identifying those College officials who qualify as Campus Security Authorities (CSAs). All College security personnel are trained as CSAs.

For more information or to report an incident related to Title IX, The Clery Act or any other crime, please contact the Title IX Coordinator at

GCNYC 2023 Annual Security Report:

The safety of our students, staff, faculty and visitors is a top priority for GCNYC. In compliance with the U.S. federal Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act, GCNYC’s Annual Security Report provides crime statistics for the past three years and information regarding campus security and personal safety topics such as crime prevention, reporting policies, awareness programs, services for victims, disciplinary procedures and other information related to the safety and security of the GCNYC community.

Current students, staff, faculty and applicants for enrollment or employment have the right to request a hard copy of this information by sending a written request to GCNYC Office of the Title IX Coordinator, 64 Wooster Street, New York, NY 10012, emailing or calling 646-768-5357.

Click here to access GCNYC’s 2023 Annual Security Report.

Click here to access GCNYC’s 2022 Annual Security Report.

Click here to access GCNYC’s 2021 Annual Security Report.

Learn more about GCNYC!

As New York City’s College for the Common Good, we are committed to the safety, career development and well-being of our students. With the support of extensive student services and the dedicated GCNYC community, our Master of Science degree students have the opportunity to fuel their passion for sustainability while developing their career path in fashion, business or risk management.

Interested in becoming a student at Glasgow Caledonian New York College? Request information to learn more.

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