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Support Services

Freshman Year Program offers students a variety of supportive services to ensure academic and personal success:

  • Advisors: assist students in course selection, understanding general education requirements, and navigating academic policies and procedures
  • Counseling: trained professionals ready to help first-year students with any issues that they may be having
  • Health: trained professional read to help first-year students with education on various aspects of healthy living
  • Male Development Empowerment Center (MDEC) MDEC serves the purpose of providing a venue for male students to connect, become involved, and develop into leaders and advocates for the needs, issues, and concerns of male students within the campus community and beyond.
  • Predominately Black Institution (PBI) Funded by the U.S. Department of Education’s Predominantly Black Institutions to establish or strengthen programs for low-income or first-generation college undergraduate students enrolled at the Medgar Evers College
  • Tutoring: helps students succeed in their courses

Supplemental instruction to reinforce learning experiences within classes:

  • TRiO Student Support Services
  • The Center for Women’s Development (CWD) The mission of the Center for Women’s Development (CWD) is to promote the self-actualization of women in pursuit of higher education by providing the direct services and programs of specialized support they need.
  • Writing Center The Center provides a broad range of tutoring services and computer-assisted instruction to students to improve student writing.