It was a busy summer on the Bronx and New Rochelle campuses. To better serve freshmen, Student Services in the Bronx added an Office of Student Development that is dedicated to the needs of students who are transitioning into college life for the first time.
In West Hall, the School of Allied health Sciences opened a suite of labs for the Pharmacy Technician degree program, including two state-of-the-art simulated pharmacies and a fully-functional state-of-the art pharmaceutical lab and prep room.
Also in King Hall, Campus Dining Services cut the ribbon on “The JAG”, the Jerome Avenue Grille, a full-size serving center and a brand new 120-seat dining hall with custom booths, leather chairs, and state-of-the-art sound system.
In New Rochelle, the Freshman Financial Aid Office in Milavec Hall has been expanded. There are new classrooms in Constable Hall complete with new ceilings and lighting. Syndicate Hall has been renovated and there have been significant upgrades in all the dorms as well as the Harrison Center. Also students in Allison Hall will really enjoy all the new rec equipment in the student lounges.