Locating Athletic Training Room
Athletic Team Physician
Attending Late to Practice
Athletic Medical Forms
Financial Aid Book Vouchers
Nyack College Apparel
Purchasing Books for Class
Ground Shipping for Books
Contact Information for Bookstore
Using the Edvance360 Mailbox
Login to Edvance360 Courses
Edvance360 Course Lessons
Edvance360 Additional Help
Submit an Assignment to the Dropbox
Participating in Edvance360 Course Discussions
Using Edvance360 for Tests
Contacting Facilities During an Emergency
Dorm Room Dividers
Housekeeping Supplies for Dorm Rooms
Personal Furniture in Dorm Rooms
Unlocking Dorm Rooms
Local Health/Medical Services & Resources
Health Services Forms
Health Services Policies
Student Health Insurance
Health Services On Campus
Move-in/Move-out Dates for Students
Room Types in Jersey City
Vehicle Limitations in Jersey City
Overnight Guests in Rooms
Room Amenities and Restrictions
Applying for Housing
Items to Bring to College
Library COVID-19 Safety Protocols III
Citation - Using NoodleTools
Library Access - Visitor
Library Resources - Course Reserves
Library Resources - Textbooks
Renewing Library Book
Library Group Study
Library COVID-19 Safety Protocols I
Library COVID-19 Safety Protocols II
Library Access - Alumni
Citations for a Paper
Returning Library Books
Paying Library Fines
Check Out Library Materials
Accessing Library Website
Library Account Login
Finding Scholarly Journal Articles
Finding Books in the Library
Library Resources - Videos
Online Library Resources and Services
Connecting Chromebook, Oculus VR Headsets to Wi-Fi
Connecting TV/Gaming Devices to WiFi
How do I Extend my TV/gaming device registration - Yearly?
Connecting to AcademicallyExcellent Wifi
Microsoft Office Tools
Reactivating Former Student Account
MyNyackSSO Login Instructions
Student Mailing Address
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Incoming Mail and Packages
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Nearest Post Office to Jersey City Residence
Identifying My Faculty Advisor
Withdrawing from a Class
Requesting Student Transcripts
How to register for classes
Where can I find my class schedule?
Advisement for Online Registration
Problems Registering for Classes
Getting Connected with Advisors and Registrar
Tracking Degree Audit
Application for Transfer Credit Approval
Courses Missing from Edvance360
Request for Enrollment Certification
Residential Student Sign Out Sheet
Residence Hall Work Requests
Paying Residence Life Fines
Courtesy & Quiet Hours
Curfew for Freshman
Moving into Jersey City Fall 2020
Nyack College Opening for Fall 2020
Nyack College Response to COVID-19
NYC Transit System Student Discounts
Obtaining a PATH Train Card
Student Parking Options
Safety and Security
Important Safety & Security Contacts
Suspicious Activity On Campus
Hostile Intruder On Campus
Emergency Response Summary
Fire Safety Procedures
NyackAlert (e2campus) Timely Warning
Emergency Updates and School Closings
Student or Employee of Concern
Advisory Committee On Campus Security
Drug and Alcohol Policy and Prevention Program
Missing Persons Policy
Security Policies and Procedures
Safety and Security
Information About Events & Clubs
Food on Campus
Building a Resume
Daycare On Campus
Jobs on Campus
Senior Class Events
Student Financial Services
What is a Professional Judgment?
If move out of the dorm early, do I get a refund?
How can I get a 1098T receipt for my taxes?
How to Calculate Interest Rate on Loans
What is Financial Aid? What is considered Financial Aid?
How to view your degree audit and track academic progress.
Nelnet Payment Plan - Undergrad
What is the cost of Summer Courses?
Exit Loan Counseling
Contacting Financial Aid Advisor
Financial Aid Resources and Scholarships
FAFSA Status - Independent vs. Dependent Student
Borrowers Right to Cancel
How do I know if I am missing documents? Where can I go to see what documents I am am missing?
Where do I go to get my student ID?
Including Parent Information on FASFA
Financial Aid Documents
How to Create an Account Username and Password (FSA ID)
Completing the FAFSA via Mobile App
FAFSA Application site
Tuition Liability Policy - Undergrad
Where do I go to complete the TAP application? What is the School Code for TAP?
TAP Application Assistance
Who is my lender?
Uploading Documents to Student Portal
Alternative Loan Application
Finding My Account Balance
How to Complete the Registration process and financial clearance in four easy steps
SAP Appeal Letter
Outstanding Balance Hold. Registration Hold. Transcript Hold
Master Promissory Note (MPN)
Federal Student Aid ID
The Ultimate Guide to Financial Aid and FAFSA for College Students
How can I get a receipt to confirm that I made an online payment?
What is does GPA stand for?
Proof of Residency and Citizenship
What are the technology fees?
Troubleshooting Your Account Username and Password (FSA ID)
How to join a Google Meeting.
Large Account Balance
Where do I find the forms I need for Verification?
How can I remove the "Registration Hold"
What happens to my Loans if I take a semester off?
Tuition Assistance Program
Booking / Scheduling Tutoring Session
Online / Virtual Tutoring
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Reschedule or Cancel Tutoring Appointment
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Tutoring Session Length
Additional Sessions / Hours
Writing Center Contact
Writing Center Services
Citation Styles (APA/MLA/Turabian)
Connecting with Writing Consultants
Session Review Form
Multiple Same-Day Appointments
Dropping Off Papers
Extra Help for Non-Native Speakers
Accommodation for Disabilities
It is Nyack College’s policy that reports of all incidents of actual or attempted criminal behavior, violence, vandalism, threatening or suspicious circumstances should be reported to Residence Life Staff, the Dean of Students and the Director of Facilities. All departments under Student Development (Career Services, Counseling Services, Health Services, Spiritual Formation, Student Activities, and Residence Life) are mandated to follow the same protocol in reporting any incidents or concerns in writing and submitted to the appropriate offices. Training in regards to the proper procedure of filing of an incident report is offered to all para-professional staff throughout the academic year as well as during orientation. The procedures for reporting a crime are also part of this training. The College provides a yearly mandatory training.
Campus Law Enforcement Policy
Nyack College utilizes Campus Safety Officers provided by SCC, Inc. as its law enforcement authority. SSC is committed to meeting the unique security needs of learning institutions, educators and administrators. An educational institution’s security posture is a critical resource that supports education, research, administrative services, and campus life. SSC security experts utilize best practices and emerging trends in educational institution security to assist Nyack College in providing an atmosphere that is both welcoming and secure.
Campus Safety Officers do not possess arrest power, but have the authority to execute emergency protocol by dialing 911. In non-emergency incidents, Campus Safety Officers report student-related instances to the Dean of Students and faculty/staff instances to the Director of Facilities. Criminal incidents are referred to the local police who have jurisdiction on campus. Critical/Non-Critical Incident Reports are completed for each incident on campus. Campus Safety Officers have the authority to ask persons for identification and to determine whether individuals have lawful business at Nyack College. Security Officers have the authority to issue parking tickets.
Nyack College is located in the town of Nyack, New York. The Campus Safety Department maintains a working relationship with the South Nyack Police Department which is located in close vicinity to the College. The Campus Safety Department also works with the New York State Police when necessary. Nyack College encourages the accurate and prompt reporting of all crimes to campus security and the appropriate law enforcement agency. The College cooperates fully with all law enforcement agencies. All crime victims and witnesses are strongly encouraged to immediately report crime to Campus Safety and the appropriate police agency. Prompt reporting will assure timely warning notices on campus and timely disclosure of crime statistics.
Security and Access
Access to campus buildings and grounds is a privilege extended to students, faculty, staff, and authorized guests. Nyack College encourages an open environment with limited constraints while still ensuring the reasonable protection of all members of the community.
The public can attend cultural and recreational events on campus with access limited to the facilities in which these events are held. To report any violations of this policy or to report suspicious persons, contact Campus Safety as follows:
- Manhattan: x6198 from a campus phone. (845) 261-9504 or (646) 378-6198 from a private or public phone.
- The Bay at Jersey City: by dialing (845) 222-8812 from a private or public phone.
Students, faculty and employees have access to academic, recreational and administrative facilities on campus during regular hours of operation. All students and employees must obtain a Nyack College ID Card. ID cards must be carried at all times while on College property and presented when requested by College authority. During non-business hours access to the College facilities is by key, if issued.
All maintenance vendors are required to report to the Facilities office and log in. At that time they are escorted to their work site and monitored at their work site by Campus Safety or Facilities personnel. At the conclusion of their work day on site, the maintenance vendors are required to report back to the Facilities office and log out for the day.
Residence Halls are staffed from 7:00 p.m.-6:00 a.m. by Residence Life Staff and/or desk proctors. All guests and visitors, including parents and family members, must provide photo ID. All guests in the building after 7:00 p.m. must be registered with the RA or desk proctor. Any non-resident who is in the building prior to 7:00 p.m. must register at 7:00 p.m. when the front desk begins operations. Residents assume responsibility for their guests’ behavior and actions during their visit.
All students, regardless of the number of credits they have completed, are required to check in at the front desk of their residence halls after the front doors are locked at 12:00 a.m. Failure to provide appropriate ID and sign in at the front desk may result in disciplinary action by the RD. All residents/ guests are requested to show proper ID to the Desk Proctor. When a guest is leaving between 12:00 a.m. – 6:00 a.m. the guest needs to be accompanied by a student.
Note: Information submitted to desk proctor should be accurate and consistent with room assignment by identifying resident with their student ID card.
Possession, Use, and Sale of Alcoholic Beverages and Illegal Drugs
Nyack College’s Drug and Alcohol Policy can be found in the Student Handbook.