Who we are:

Jacqueline Klein- Director of Student Services

Monica Patten- Student Services Manager

Lauren Zehner- Program Coordinator 


What does Student Services do?

The Student Services team provides support to enrolled students from orientation to graduation. We answer questions about day-to-day student life at Cornell Tech and advise students on graduation requirements, registration, disability services, health resources, and international student services. Additionally, the Office of Student Services works closely with Cornell Tech student organizations and plans large student events including new student orientation, PhD visit days, and the Cornell Tech recognition ceremony.  Student Services is here to help you make the most of your academic and personal experience and support you along the way!

Come visit us during Office Hours or email us at studentservices@tech.cornell.edu.to make an appointment! 


What does Student Wellness do?

Sarah, the Student Wellness and Support Manager, provides the following services to students: outreach , education, referrals to providers for student health and mental health needs, as well as support and assistance in response to student crises.

Sarah serves as a liaison to the Cornell University Title IX office to provide options for support, resources and reporting, including connection to local confidential support resources*, health care and law enforcement.

*The Crime Victims Treatment Center (CVTC) is a free and confidential service available to all Cornell Tech students.  They offer educational outreach, advocacy and support through therapeutic counseling and specially trained sexual assault forensic examiners (SAFEs) located in Mount Sinai West on 58th st and 10th Ave. CVTC can be reached at https://www.cvtcnyc.org/ or 212-523-4728.

If you have a health/ wellness related question or issue, you can email Sarah directly at: studentwellness@tech.cornell.edu.


We Are A Caring Community

The Cornell Tech community is a diverse and vibrant group of students, faculty and staff.  We take our responsibility to look out for one another seriously. As members of this community, your openness and proactive communication will allow us all to better care for students and respond to their needs, whether they be interpersonal or academic. Please help us continue to build and strengthen our community by reaching out if you are having an issue or are concerned about a fellow student. Contact studentwellness@tech.cornell.edu with concerns and we will make sure to care for one another.  In the event of an emergency, please call 911 and Cornell Tech Safety & Security at 646-971-3611 (This number is also located on the back of your Cornell ID), when safe to do so.