Student Affairs

Quick Guide

Issue Contact
Bursar (212) 998-2800
Career Guidance
Advice on summer and permanent placement, professional opportunities, interview and job search skills training.
Career Services
(212) 998-6090
Course Advice (J.D.) Academic Services, J.D. Division
(212) 998-6020
Course Advice (LL.M., J.S.D., and Exchange)
Advice on academic requirements, course selection, joint degree programs, examination rules and registration procedures
Academic Services, LL.M Division
(212) 998-6015
Dean's Office (212) 998-6000
Financial Issues
Grant and loan programs, loan repayment assistance program and financial planning.
Student Financial Services
(212) 998-6050
Hauser Global Law School Program (212) 998-6691
Health Insurance
Student health services and health insurance options.
Student Health Insurance Program
(212) 443-1020
Health Services Student Health Center
(212) 443-1000
Housing
Student Housing, residence life and off-campus housing.
Residence Services
(212) 998-6510
Journals/Moot Court
For publication descriptions and staff requirements
(212) 998-6390
Leaves of Absence
Advice on taking a leave of absence and criteria for applying
Student Affairs
(212) 998-6658
Office of Global Services (OGS)
Advice on visa matters, practice training, and DHS regulations.
(212) 998-4720
Public Interest Opportunities
Advice on permanent and summer placement, public interest professional opportunities and pro bono programs.
Public Interest Law Center
(212) 998-6686
Stress/Personal Problems/Psychological Issues

University Counseling Services
(212) 998-4780

Student Affairs
(212) 998-6658

Students with Disabilities
Accomodated services during the academic year and on exams.

Moses Center for Students with Disabilities
(212) 998-4980

Academic Services
(212) 998-6020

Study Abroad Exchange Programs (212) 998-6691
Technology/Computer Issues Information and Technology Services
(212) 998-6111
Tutoring Program Student Affairs
(212) 998-6658
Vice Dean's Office (212) 998-6200

 

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