Offices of Support for Students:
For a more comprehensive list of Guttman Community College offices and services, you can visit guttman.cuny.edu/students
Counseling and Wellness Center– provides free mental health counseling to help students struggling with depression, anxiety, relationship issues, and other counseling-related concerns. Contact: Counseling.Wellness@guttman.cuny.edu
Conduct – 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. Contact: Andrew.Bennett@guttman.cuny.edu
Connect Center – connects students to housing, food, and other resources. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Public Safety – assists members of the campus community to report and deal with on and off campus emergencies appropriately. Contact: Rufus.Massiah@guttman.cuny.edu
Title IX – addresses and investigates discrimination, sexual misconduct (including sexual harassment, gender-based harassment, and sexual violence), and retaliation complaints. Contact: Jaclyn.Helms@guttman.cuny.edu
CARE Documents & Resources
- Guttman Community College Resources & Services: This document is a comprehensive list of Guttman office descriptions and other NYC resources available to Guttman students.
- Click here to download the Guttman Community College Resources & Services document
- GCC Referral Reference Chart: This chart includes information about various Guttman Resources, how to refer a student there, and contact information.
- Click here to download the GCC Referral Chart
- GCC CARE Card: This is a quick-reference card that can be used for students looking for additional wellness resources on campus or in New York City
- Click here to download the GCC CARE Card
If you, or anyone else, from the campus community observes a situation that needs immediate intervention, please contact Public Safety immediately at 212-221-4630 or extension 3-8102. If you are not on campus, please call 911. Situations that warrant immediate intervention include violence, or someone who is an imminent threat to themselves or others.
A CARE Referral Form should be submitted AFTER emergency personnel have been contacted. You can submit the CARE Referral here.