Your Personalized Achievement Contract (PACT)
From day one, we’ll make sure that you have support, focus, and guidance. Our Personalized Achievement Contract (PACT) program automatically pairs you with an adviser dedicated to your success—at Mercy and beyond.
Office of the Registrar
The Office of the Registrar will help you with all registration, immunization and transcript and other academic records requests.
The Center for Academic Excellence and Innovation in Dobbs Ferry, and Learning Centers on the Mercy campuses — is a valuable resource to help you get ahead.
The Office of Student Accounts is responsible for student billing and revenue collection.
Learn more about health insurance options for residents of New York, Connecticut and New Jersey.
Career & Professional Development
The team is here to help you explore careers that are right for you, prepare for your career, search for internships and jobs, network with employers, and launch, or advance, your career. Learn more about our scheduled programs and events, career resources and tools, and open internships and jobs, or schedule an appointment with a Career Coach.
We are here for you!
International Student Services
The mission of the International Student Services is to assist members of the Mercy College international community by providing support and advising to ensure academic success while maintaining compliance with immigration regulations.
The office works to provide a meaningful cross-cultural experience for both international students, domestic college community members. The International Student Services Office collaborates with other offices to enhance our students’ experiences, create a sense of belonging, and ensure full integration and success in the broader Mercy Community.
Studying abroad is an experience that will change you forever, not only as a student but also as an individual. Your time overseas will teach you so much more than what's on the syllabus, giving you invaluable learning, travel and networking opportunities, as well as a well- rounded global perspective.
College Opportunity Programs
Mercy College has built an impressive track record of fostering success with students from diverse and disadvantaged backgrounds. To meet the needs of these students, academic programs are supplemented with a comprehensive program of support services geared toward facilitating student success.
Community Standards & Student Conduct
The Office of Community Standards and Student Conduct is responsible for upholding College policies and standards as well as promoting civility and respect amongst all College community members. Through a student-focused and learning-centered lens, we aim to cultivate an environment which provides all students with the opportunity to succeed and grow as engaged Community members.
Assistant Dean of Student Affairs
Main Hall 121C
Associate Director of Community Standards and Student Conduct
Student Judicial Process & Process for First Instance of Low-Level Violation
Students can use this guide as a reference for information regarding policy violations & sanctions for Alcohol, Illegal Substances/Marijuana, and Fire Safety.
Alcohol and Other Drugs Prevention Program Biennial Review
Disciplinary Records Requests Form
Students may need a student disciplinary history provided when completing applications to transfer to another institution, or applying to law schools, professional schools, state board agencies, or federal government positions. Requests can be submitted via the Disciplinary Records Requests form. Please note our office only provides information on student conduct/disciplinary history; if you require academic verification, please see the Office of the Registrar's web page: https://www.mercy.edu/student-support/office-registrar.
Mercy College Student Handbook: See the handbook for information about housing, dining and school policies.