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For health related questions:
Mercy students, please reach out to the health office on the Dobbs Ferry Campus. Faculty and staff should reach out to their primary care provider. 

Email for questions or to provide information that might be useful to the College.

Click the following link for support about how to use the Respondus Lockdown Browser and Monitor.

Respondus Lockdown Browser and Monitor - Student Guide

Just in Time Blackboard Support

Mercy Online now includes an embedded support button.Click on this button throughout your course opens a support tab that allows you to find relevant articles and videos about that area of Blackboard. For example, if you are submitting an assignment and click on that button it will give you information on how to submit an assignment. 

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If that information does not fully help you resolve your issue, you can click on the call or email buttons to contact the Help Desk.

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Blackboard On-Demand Videos

On-demand videos are located here:

Online Student Support

Blackboard/Online Learning Support: Technical Support (Mercy College Help Desk):

For technical issues please contact the Mercy College Helpdesk: 1-914-674-7526. The Helpdesk is open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

Online Student Support Videos for Blackboard can be found at the following links:

Please use the following resources:

  • Retreive your Blackboard Login credentials by going to -
  • Visit the Blackboard Support Portals (for answers to many common questions) Blackboard Help’s searchable topics and step-by-step instructions will help you find the information that you need about Blackboard Learn
  • The On Demand Learning Center includes short, interactive video lessons called Quick Tutorials and short documents, called Getting Started Guides, designed to get you familiar with a feature in 15 minutes.
  • If you have questions about your course content, due dates, or grades, please ask your professor(s). You can send an email through course email or their Mercy Email account.