Academic Information & Advisement Center
Provides one-on-one advisement & information about majors & minors; offers daytime advisement on a walk-in basis & evening appointments; advises students about their "long-range academic plan" during the 2nd semester at Lehman.
Admits degree & non-degree students, readmits, e-permit & visiting students, provides transfer credit evaluation to new transfer students; collects student documentation to prove NY state residency, citizenship & immigration status.
Where students pay for & validate class schedule.
Provides personalized assistance in exploration of majors & career directions; offers job preparation workshops, information about community service, internship & part-time job opportunities; access to a computer lab with a database of jobs & internships.
Community Service, Service-Learning, & New Student Programs
Offers community service & volunteer opportunities to students; coordinates new student orientation & all-student Weeks of Welcome programming.
Offers information & advisement about financial aid & information about work-study opportunities to current & prospective students.
Provides advisement & information for prospective & continuing graduate students.
International Student Services
Provides assistance to F-1 international students with immigration, cultural & social concerns.
Provides transcripts, graduation audits, enrollment verifications; assists with registration issues.
For SEEK students: Provides academic support, financial aid & supplemental academic, personal, career & financial counseling.
Student Disability Services
Provides accommodations, resources, on- & off-campus referrals, advocacy & support services to students with disabilities.
Testing & Scholarships Office
Administers CUNY tests (CPE; CUNY Writing, Reading, & Math Tests) & distributes scholarship information & awards.
Veterans & Reservists Affairs
Provides support for veterans & reservists through printed & online materials, workshops & advisement.
Urban Male Leadership Program
The primary program focus seeks to increase the retention and graduation rates of all students while fostering a meaningful college experience with specific emphasis on experiences of historically underrepresented Black and Latino males.