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Student Affairs

Dona Sosa, Dean of Students
212-343-1234 ext. 2800
Dona Sosa has been with the College since 1982 and has served as Dean of Students since 2002. She is responsible for the leadership and administration of multiple student services including Orientation, Student Life (Student Government and Student Groups), Career Services, First Year Experience, International Students, Veterans, Advisement, Students with Special Needs, and Student Conduct.

Prior to serving as Dean of Students, she served as Senior Enrollment Manager. In that role, she led the administration of a comprehensive range of departments, including Student Services, Admissions, and Career Services. She also served as Director of Student Services and Retention Specialist. She holds Bachelor's degree in Human Services and a Master of Science in Administration from The College for Human Services.

Office of Student Services

Michael Molina, Director of Student Services
212-343-1234, ext. 2801

Mike has been a part of the Student Services team since 2002. He has a strong background as a student services generalist, with more than two decades of experience in the field. His professional experience includes counseling, advisement, campus activities, advisement for international students, intramural sports, and staff training. At MCNY, Mike oversees the investigation and resolution of student conduct issues. Prior to his work in higher education, Mike spent ten years in social services, in such positions as child protective services caseworker for NYC Administration for Children's Services, and in various community based organizations as the coordinator of youth programs and latchkey program director. He earned an Associate degree in Human Services at LaGuardia Community College and a Bachelor of Arts in psychology at Hunter College. He completed his Master of Science in Education in counseling, with an emphasis in student affairs administration, at St. John's University.

His experiences in social services helped solidify his belief in education as a path to personal and professional success. Like many MCNY students, he also followed a non-traditional educational and career path, which helped shape his vision of the Office of Student Services as the place where students go to get help when facing the inevitable challenges that arise as part of college life.

Bradley Hawk Keie, Assistant Director of Graduate and International Advisement | Interim Coordinator of Student Support & Development
212-343-1234, ext. 2802
Bradley joined the Office of Student Services in 2015. With more than 10 years of higher education experience, he has a passion for student advising, counseling, registrar and student development programming. He earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology with a minor in Gerontology from the University of Florida in 2002. He has gained experience teaching students with special needs from the University of Florida. In 2005, he completed his Master of Arts in Educational Technology at Nova Southeastern University. He has held positions as a Graduate Admissions Recruiter at Nova Southeastern University in N. Miami Beach, working with professional and graduate level educators to advance their degrees with respect to life-long learning. In addition, he continued his higher education career to Johnson & Wales University in advising and student services. While there, he was able to continue his education coursework in the Culinary Arts. In 2008, he relocated to Brooklyn to advance his career in Student Services at Berkeley College. He also served as a member on student retention and success committees and implemented programs for increasing student academic success and retention rates.

He believes that education is key to being a productive member of our global society. As a proponent of life-long learning, he is planning to continue his education track to a terminal degree in Organization or Educational Leadership. Being a resource to students in the Office of Student Services, he is the liaison for Students of Special Needs.

Luis Alexander Restrepo, Coordinator of First Year Advisement and Student Development

I came to Metropolitan College of New York from Rutgers University and John Jay College, where I worked as an academic advisor, a student success program manager and a student outreach coordinator.

I studied at Lehman College, earning a BA in Anthropology and later at Baruch College where I earned a M.S.Ed. in Education, specializing in Higher Education Administration. How does all of this bring me to working as a first year advisor at MCNY?

Every professional experience I had seems to have led me to human services, counseling, advising, helping people, encouraging them to first help identify their dreams, then draw out the map to implement and to actualize them. I am thrilled to be here as a first year advisor where I can help Metropolitan College students navigate their way through the maze of educational options, clarify and reach their goals.

I look forward to meeting you soon!

Lisa M. Ingravera, Coordinator of Student Life
212-343-1234 ext. 2813
Lisa M. Ingravera joined the Office of Student Services in 2014 bringing with her 8 years of Higher Education administration experience in a student services capacity. While working full-time at Boston University, Lisa earned both her Bachelor of Liberal Arts and Master of Education degrees. During her college experience she also held leadership and advisory roles for a national sorority. Lisa's passion for teaching and learning is what pushed her to return to a higher education environment where she hopes to continue building her leadership and advising skills.

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Mailing Address MCNY (60 West Street, New York, NY 10006 · 463 East 149th Street, Bronx, NY 10455)
Phone Number  (800) 33 THINK | 212 343 1234