General Building 414 (G-414)
The Student Wellness Center is only one of many student resources at City Tech that support students’ physical, mental, and emotional well-being.
Additionally, we partner with community providers to bring services and resources to campus.
City Tech believes that working your body is as important as working your mind.
Counseling Services Center
The mission of the Counseling Services Center is to support and promote the educational, psychological and career development of students. Our focus is on offering counseling services that will help you succeed in college.
Faculty And Staff Services
City Tech offers free, in-house, comprehensive service promotes the "wellness" of all employees, helps employees cope with problems of everyday life and provides opportunities for personal enrichment.
In addition to its commitment to promote the "wellness" of all employees, the college recognizes their quality
of life and job performance can be affected by a wide range of human problems. When personal stresses are handled
sensitively and confidentially, a harmonious work environment results.
HIV Testing and STI Testing
If anyone wishes to receive a confidential and free HIV test, please contact the Bridging Access to Care. HIV and STI testing is no longer available at the Student Wellness Center.
Use the websites below for more information:
Safe Zone Program and GLBT Student Services
The Safe Zone program is a voluntary opportunity for members of City Tech to become allies for Gay, Lesbians, Bisexual and Transgender (GLBT) students, staff, and faculty here at City Tech. Volunteer allies go through a training that introduces them to various aspects of the lives and experiences of the GLBT individual and community. The program focuses on the issues that GLBT people face and how we can be successful, safe, and supportive allies.
For more information, or to find out the next training opportunity, contact the Student Wellness Center, the Office
of Student Life and Development, or the Counseling Center.
The Student Wellness Center collaborates with Woodhull Medical Center to provide smoking cessation services to students, faculty, and staff.
Woodhull representatives are on campus during campus-wide health events. You can also receive help quitting smoking — including drug therapy, nicotine patches or gum, counseling and case management to help you remain engaged in treatment— by visiting one of the centers listed on their site:
Student Support Services
The Student Support Services Program (SSSP) is the disabilities service provider at New York City College of Technology, designated to provide support to enrolled students who have documented permanent or temporary disabilities.
Student Support’s primary mission is to support the educational goals for enrolled students with disabilities through equal access, empowerment, resources, advocacy, collaboration and outreach throughout the College, The City University of New York, and the community.