MCNY Bronx 2017-08-11T14:15:55+00:00

An accredited, non-profit private New York City college designed for working adults

MCNY offers an array of undergraduate and graduate degree programs in business, healthcare management, human services, information technology, emergency management, and public affairs, as well as a certificate program in Credentialed Alcohol and Substance Abuse Counseling (CASAC) at our Bronx Campus.

Whether at the College’s Bronx Campus or our main Manhattan campus—you’ll benefit from a flexible, accelerated schedule designed to meet the needs of working adults. Our unique Purpose-Centered Education approach fuses knowledge with practical application, so you gain the hands-on experience you need to succeed in your chosen field.

Hours Monday to Friday: 10 am – 6 pm Saturday: 10 am – 2 pm (every 1st and 3rd of the month)

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Student Services in The Bronx

Although every member of Student Services is available to help all students, our Bronx team includes three staff members who are the primary advisors for Bronx students. Lisa M. Ingravera, Coordinator of Student Life, joined the Office of Student Services in 2014, bringing with her 8 years of Higher Education administration experience in student services. While working full-time at Boston University, Lisa earned both her Bachelor of Arts and Master of Education degrees. During her time as a college student, Lisa held leadership and advisory roles for a national sorority. Lisa’s passion for teaching and learning is what motivated her to pursue a career in higher education, where she hopes to continue building her leadership and advising skills. At MCNY, Lisa is the primary advisor for all bachelor’s degree students in Purposes 6 through 8. She is also Student Services’ liaison for student groups and activities. Lisa can be reached by email at Lingravera@mcny.edu; by phone at 212-343-1234, ext. 2813 Saidia Jacobs, Coordinator of Student Support and Development, joined the Office of Student Services in July, 2015. She has prior experience in higher education, most recently in the Office of Admissions at Mercy College. At MCNY she is the primary advisor for Purpose 3, 4, and 5 associate and bachelor’s degree students. Saidia also oversees the Disability Services at MCNY. Saidia earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Sociology and a Master’s degree in Education Administration, both from University of Albany. Saidia can be reached by email at Sjacobs@mcny.edu; by phone at 212-343-1234, ext. 2808 Angela Geth, Graduate Assistant, is an MCNY alumna, class of 2016, with a BBA in Healthcare Systems Management. She is currently pursuing her Masters of Business Administration program in Health Services and Risk Management at MCNY. Two years ago, she joined the Student Services team as a Student Assistant. Prior to that, she has many years of experience as a customer service representative and administrative assistant. During her time at MCNY, she has been actively involved in all of the functions of Student Services. She brings a unique skill set to the table, combing her experiences as an MCNY student with her training in student affairs. Angela can be reached by email at sasupport@mcny.edu; by phone 212-343-1234, ext. 5009 Student Services is on site in the Bronx every Tuesday and Wednesday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., working out of the Faculty Room. On Tuesdays and Wednesdays, you can reach our Bronx team by phone at 212-343-1234, ext. 4006 First Year Students The Office of Student Services has a wide range of programs and initiatives which will allow you to make the most out of your MCNY education, from the very start. We are dedicated to helping you have a great first year at MCNY. Publications Download a variety of academic publications including the MCNY Student Handbook and our newsletter Academic Advisement Here’s the “need-to-know”- where, when and how, information about advisement. Title IX: Commitment to Students and Diversity The College honors its special commitment to persons who might otherwise find it difficult or impossible by reason of age, race, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, or income to obtain an education in keeping with their aspirations and abilities.

Applying to MCNY

MCNY boasts a rich tradition of preparing students for leadership positions across a variety of industries. For over 50 years, the college has been cultivating a community of seasoned practitioners in the areas of human services, healthcare, CASAC, business and public administration. We are proud to be able to offer this quality of education to working professionals in the Bronx. Candidates are invited to apply to MCNY during any of our semesters: September, January and May. Candidate selection is determined on an ongoing basis. Eligibility for enrollment is based on a variety of academic, professional, and personal criteria used to demonstrate a candidate’s ability to thrive in a challenging academic environment. Students pursuing a degree at the Bronx campus will be required to attend their final semester at the Manhattan campus in order to graduate.

Financial Aid

Our Financial Aid staff is here to assist you with questions regarding the student financial aid process. The information on this web page has been prepared in an effort to give you an overall view of student financial aid processing. MCNY has a full array of federal (Title IV) and NY State student financial aid programs with comprehensive details to each program listed below. You have made one of the most important decisions regarding your future – attending college. All staff members are here to ensure that your time at MCNY – Bronx campus is successful and that you achieve your educational goals. Please take advantage of the information offered on this web page. From all of us in the Financial Aid Office – we wish you success! For additional financial aid information, please view MCNY – Financial Aid Page


Raymond Feliciano, Assistant to the Bursar, is onsite at the Bronx campus on the last Tuesday of every month where he can assist students in all functions of the Bursar’s office. Mr. Feliciano can also be contacted via email at rfeliciano@mcny.edu or by calling 212-343-1234 ext. 3609. The Office of the Bursar provides quality customer services and is responsible for the billing of student’s tuition, fees, and other college related expenses. The Office of the Bursar is also responsible for posting financial aid to student accounts, book advances, disbursing refunds, and establishing payment plans with students. Students can satisfy their balance online through Self-Service, make payments in person, or by mailing a check or money order to:

Metropolitan College of New York
60 West Street, 6th Floor
New York NY 10006
ATTN: Bursar

Financial Aid