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Dean of Students

 

Dean’s Reports

Due to the current campus closing as a result of COVID-19 and to maintain the health and safety of the NCC community. All request for disciplinary records must be sent to Deansreports@ncc.edu

Please note that your request must include the following:

  • NCC Identification number
  • Name (If you have legally changed your name from what we have on record, please also submit the name we have on file.)
  • Date of Birth
  • List of institutions receiving the report
  • Email address of person or institution receiving report

Currently, all reports can only be sent electronically by email

 Location / Hours

College Center Building (CCB)
Room 312

Due to COVID -19, the Office of the Dean of Students is currently operating remotely.

Remote Hours Only:
Monday - Friday
9:00am - 4:45pm
516.572.7376 or DeanofStudents@ncc.edu

Dean of Students Team

Charmian M. Smith
Dean of Students

Jacqueline Turner
Assistant Dean of Students

A. David Oyero
Assistant Dean of Students

Phone: 516.572.7376

The mission of the Dean of Students Office is to enhance the quality, character, and perspectives of our students. We promote an environment that encourages intellectual exchange and individual expression through orientation, mentoring and counseling programs. The role of the Dean of Students is to represent student concerns and provide programs and services that facilitate both student personal and academic growth. The Office also oversees implementation of College rules and policies that have been established for the well-being of all.

Dean of Students Core Values

  • Advocate for the needs of all students
  • Encourage student responsibility and leadership
  • Promote a diverse and socially responsible learning community

Dean of Students Commitment to Inclusion

The Office of the Dean of Students actively creates an open, welcoming and inclusive environment that nurtures and empowers all students. Through our programs, services and initiatives, we are committed to cultivating respect, communication and engagement with all communities whose identities include but are not limited to ability, age, ethnicity, gender, gender identity, national origin, race, religion, sexual orientation, socioeconomic class and veteran status.

We believe that a diverse community strengthens all members and ultimately develops leaders who change the world.

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