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Learn about our PACT program

Your Personalized Achievement Contract (PACT)

From day one, we’ll make sure that you have support, focus, and guidance. Our Personalized Achievement Contract (PACT) program automatically pairs you with an adviser dedicated to your success—at Mercy and beyond.

Meet Your Mentor

Student Support

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Office of ACCESSibility

The mission of the Office of ACCESSibility is to collaborate with and empower students who have disabilities in order to coordinate support services, reasonable accommodations, and programs that enable equal access to an education and college life.

Health Office

Health Office

91Ů is committed to promoting and sustaining a culture of health and wellness through education, motivation and empowerment. Registered nurses provide a variety of over-the-counter products for students, as well as, general information on preventive healthcare and wellness.

Counseling Center

Counseling Center

The 91Ů Student Counseling Center offers preventative and clinical services to 91Ů students. Our goal is to provide support and assistance so students can successfully engage in their college experience. Counselors provide psychological evaluation and brief treatment lasting one to eight sessions. 

Office of the Registrar

The Office of the Registrar will help you with all registration, immunization and transcript and other academic records requests.

Visit the Registrar Page to Learn More

Tutoring

The Center for Academic Excellence and Innovation in Dobbs Ferry, and Learning Centers on the Mercy campuses — is a valuable resource to help you get ahead.

Learn more about tutoring

Additional Support

Office of Student Accounts

The Office of Student Accounts is responsible for student billing and revenue collection. 

Student Insurance

Learn more about health insurance options for residents of New York, Connecticut and New Jersey.

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Career & Professional Development

The team is here to help you explore careers that are right for you, prepare for your career, search for internships and jobs, network with employers, and launch, or advance, your career. Learn more about our scheduled programs and events, career resources and tools, and open internships and jobs, or schedule an appointment with a Career Coach.

We are here for you!


International Student Services

The mission of the International Student Services is to assist members of the 91Ů international community by providing support and advising to ensure academic success while maintaining compliance with immigration regulations.

The office works to provide a meaningful cross-cultural experience for both international students, domestic college community members. The International Student Services Office collaborates with other offices to enhance our students’ experiences, create a sense of belonging, and ensure full integration and success in the broader Mercy Community.

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Study Abroad

Studying abroad is an experience that will change you forever, not only as a student but also as an individual. Your time overseas will teach you so much more than what's on the syllabus, giving you invaluable learning, travel and networking opportunities, as well as a well- rounded global perspective.

Learn more about Studying Abroad

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91Ů CARE Team

The CARE Team is committed to enhancing the college experience through a proactive, collaborative, and thoughtful approach to the identification, assessment, and early intervention of troublesome or concerning behaviors that impact the University community.

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Student Emergency Fund

The Student Emergency Fund was established to help ensure that Mercy students have access to the support and resources they need to successfully recover from unexpected financial challenges. 

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Mav Market

The Mav Market is an inclusive and confidential environment where Mercy students, faculty, and staff can get wholesome foods and personal items. We're here to help reduce the struggle of having to balance classes and being able to feed yourself or your family in and out of school.

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College Opportunity Programs

91Ů has built an impressive track record of fostering success with students from diverse and disadvantaged backgrounds. To meet the needs of these students, academic programs are supplemented with a comprehensive program of support services geared toward facilitating student success. 

Community Standards & Student Conduct

The Office of Community Standards and Student Conduct is responsible for upholding University policies and standards as well as promoting civility and respect amongst all University community members. Through a student-focused and learning-centered lens, we aim to cultivate an environment which provides all students with the opportunity to succeed and grow as engaged Community members.

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Nick Canzano 
Assistant Dean of Student Affairs
ncanzano@mercy.edu 
Main Hall 121C

Jen Amano 
Associate Director of Community Standards and Student Conduct
jamano@mercy.edu 
 

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Student Judicial Process Flow Chart

The Student Judicial Process is a series of steps by which our office addresses alleged policy violations. For a map of this process, view the Student Judicial Process Flow Chart.

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Sanctions Guide

Students may be assigned various sanctions when found responsible for a policy violation. To see a list of sanctions for the most common violations, view the Sanctions Guide.

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Student Handbook

The Student Handbook serves as a guide to 91Ů. It includes information about support services, campus resources, and both academic as well as non-academic policies. We highly encourage students to familiarize themselves with all of the information within the Student Handbook, specifically the Code of Student Conduct.