The CUNY School of Labor and Urban Studies offers comprehensive support to students so they can move forward and achieve their academic goals. From writing assistance, advisement, career services, veteran services, accessibility services, and counseling, the Student Services Office is here to work with students to meet their needs.

25 West 43rd Street, 14th Floor
New York, NY 10036

Academic Advising

With a diverse group of experienced advisors, the SLU Academic Advising Center fosters students’ development and academic success. SLU Navigate

Academic Support

The Learning Hub offers an array of programming to support SLU students in their coursework, including both one-to-one sessions and workshops.

Career & Professional Development

Assisting undergraduate, graduate, non-degree students, and alumni with career exploration, job search, identifying and securing internships. Handshake

Counseling and Wellness

Counseling Services provides individual counseling, crisis intervention, and referral to the CUNY School of Labor and Urban Studies student body.

IT Service Desk

Assistance with hardware and software questions, including Office 365, student email, access to CUNYFirst, access to the Graduate Center library. Student Email, ID Card, Laptop Loaner Program, Office 365


Students and faculty at the CUNY School of Labor and Urban Studies are served by the Mina Rees Library. In addition CUNY SLU ID enables access to the 20 libraries of The City University of New York system.

Accessibility / Disability Services

Making higher education accessible to students with disabilities by removing architectural barriers and providing programs and support services.

Veteran Services

Fostering a sense of community and to developing a channel of communication among veteran and reservist students, and with faculty, staff and administration.

Campus & Student Life

Supporting our students inside and outside the classroom with resources and opportunities available to them. SLU Student UnionAcademic Governance Council