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Resource Services

Key Contacts

Academic Advising
Cole Hall, Suite 300/319
(973) 655-7114

Center for Academic Success and Tutoring (CAST)
Cole Hall, Suite 149
973-655-5425

Center for Career Services
Cole Hall, Suite 300
(973) 655-5194


Student Center, Suite 104
(973) 655-7818


Bohn Hall (left of main entrance)
(973) 655-7442


Russ Hall, 1st Floor
(973) 655-5211

Dean of Students Office
Student Center, Suite 400
(973) 655-4118


Cole Hall, Suite 331
(973) 655-5431

Educational Opportunity Fund Program (EOF)
Cole Hall, Suite 301
(973) 655-4385

Health Promotion
Drop In Center (Red Cottage between Student Center and Richardson Hall) and Student Center Annex, Room 226
(973) 655-5271/7397

Office for Social Justice & Diversity
(Faith and Spirituality, Women’s Center, Multicultural Center, LGBTQ Center)
Student Center, Room 113
(973) 655-5114

Office of Student Belonging
Student Center Annex, Room 121
(973) 655-4162

Red Hawk Central
(Financial Aid, Registrar, Student Accounts)
Cole Hall, Suite 230/232
(973) 655-7600

Red Hawk Food Pantry
Blanton Hall, Room 1200
(973) 655-6959

Residence Life
Bohn Hall, 4th Floor
(973) 655-5188/5252

University Health Center
Blanton Hall, 1st Floor
(973) 655-4361

Community Emergency Response Team (CERT)

Part of the United States Citizen Corps Program, the ɫ CERT team was established in 2003. CERT members give critical support to first responders in emergencies, provide immediate assistance to victims, organize spontaneous volunteers at a disaster site, and collect disaster intelligence to support first responder efforts. ɫ is the first college in New Jersey to have such a program, and one of only four nationwide. More information is available on the .

Employee Assistance Program

The ɫ Employee Assistance Program provides free support services for all University employees and their families. Learn More.

Lost & Found

If you lost a personal item on campus, you can attempt to locate it by doing the following.

  1. Check the .
  2. Check with University Police and file a “Lost Property Report.” If the item is turned into UPD, we will contact you if a report is on file for the item described.

Title IX and Gender-Based Misconduct

Title IX is a federal law which prohibits discrimination on the basis of gender or sex. Sexual harassment and sexual violence are forms of discrimination under Title IX.

Gender-Based Misconduct is the term ɫ uses to describe the range of behaviors that are prohibited under our policies relating to gender, sex, and relationships. It includes non-consensual sex and sexual contact, sexual harassment, sexual exploitation, dating and domestic violence, and stalking.

Get more information as well as how to file a report or who to contact on the Title IX and Gender Misconduct website.