Dear Students,

As the College continues to prepare for emerging contingencies related to COVID-19, we have decided to move forward with a two-week test of our online capacity. All courses in the Spring 2020 semester will begin to be taught online effective Monday, March 16, 2020. Your faculty members will be contacting you with information about how to complete your assignments using Moodle during the two-week period that begins on March 16.

MCNY has not had any reported positive cases of COVID-19. Through this test, we seek to help keep our community safe and support students in the successful completion of the Spring semester as we continue to navigate uncertainty in the days ahead.

As of now, the two-week online initiative is scheduled to end on Sunday, March 28.  It may be extended as circumstances require; we will update you the week of March 23. We will also survey all students during that week to gain insight into your experiences with online courses and to learn of any support needs you identify. If you would like assistance in using Moodle, our Learning Management System, please contact the Office of E-Learning at

In conjunction with moving courses online, we will also be testing our ability to provide students with remote academic and student support services.  Instructions follow below for Remote Access to Registration, Advising, Library, Learning Enhancement (Tutoring/Mentoring) and Career Development services.

To contact an advisor to help you register for the Summer, please contact the Office of Student Services at or 212-343-1234 x5009.

To contact your advisor via email or phone, please contact them as below:

Financial Aid:
To contact Financial Aid via email or phone, please contact them as below:

  • Douane Campbell, Director of Financial Aid 212-343-1234 x3510
  • Lakhbir Singh x3505
  • Jason Key x3511
  • Shaundia Comrie x3507

Learning Enhancement Center & Tutoring/Mentoring:
The Learning Enhancement Center (LEC) will continue to provide tutoring and mentoring services; all sessions will be conducted remotely. Remote tutoring sessions involve a mixture of phone, email, audio/video chat with Zoom, and document sharing with Office 365. When you schedule remote sessions, specialists will work with you to meet their technical as well as academic needs.

To schedule a remote session, email, call 212-343-1234 x 2438, or calling a specialist’s extension. Hours and contact information for LEC Staff are available on the LEC Moodle Shell (link below), along with a short introductory video to remote tutoring, and the LEC’s Writing and Math Toolkit resources. Please schedule remote sessions in advance, as on-demand sessions may fill up quickly.

LEC Moodle Shell:

If you would like to meet remotely with a peer mentor, please email

To contact the Library or to access its resources online, please see below.  Librarians are also available for one-on-one Research Tutoring via Zoom.

  • Email:
  • Library Chat (during open hours): Click on Ask a Librarian link on the library’s home page and scattered throughout library database pages.
  • Central Phone: 212-343-1234 x2001
  • Reference Desk: x2010
  • Bronx Library x4021
  • Office Phones:
  • Kate Adler x2008
  • Natalia Sucre x2007
  • Jonathan Frater x2017
  • Tina Callendar x2018

Library Resources Available Online

Subscription Databases
Research Guides
Search for books, ebooks and articles through the Library Website

Career Development:
The Office of Career Development will continue to share internship and job opportunities via email and receive cover letters and resumes through email as well.  Pre-screening, employer interviews, on-campus recruiting and career coaching sessions will be conducted via Zoom, an online platform for web and telephone conferencing.

The Office of Career Development Contact Information:

  • John Edwards, Executive Director and  Shakeisha Ravenell, Associate Director
  • General Number:  212.343.1234 ext. 2319
  • Email:

Please know that offices across the College have been planning for many weeks to make your transition to online courses as successful as possible.  Please contact the Office of Academic Affairs, 212-343-1234 x2802 or the Office of E-Learning if you have any questions.  If you need access to the internet or computers during this time, there will be limited walk-in availability on campus during this two-week period.

Thank you for being part of our great MCNY Community.


Joanne Passaro | President
Metropolitan College of New York