Welcome to John Jay College of Criminal Justice. In 2014 the Office of Student Transition Programs began programming for family members in recognition of the vital role parents and family members play in the academic success of their students. Because family members are a very important part of the College community, we will make every effort to promote family communication and involvement. Whether you are family members of new or returning students, we hope your experience with John Jay is positive and rewarding.
This website will help you stay connected to the College. We will provide you information about our services and benefits and will keep you informed about campus activities and events. Also included is information that will serve as a resource throughout your student’s college career.
If you need personal service, send your request to firstname.lastname@example.org or call the Family Hotline at (646) 557-4888.
Our office creates dynamic, student-centered experiences to inspire purposeful transitions and equip students and their family members with resources, guidance and peer connections. Student transitions such as the first year of college, transfer experience, degree completion, and new graduate student experiences are critical junctures in the educational pipeline and provide unique opportunities for postsecondary student learning and development.
Assist family members in navigating campus resources, services, and programs
Assist family members in supporting their students and empowering them to take responsibility while enrolled at the College
Enhance communication between the College and family members
Develop a sense of community amongst John Jay families to provide support, advice, and opportunities for involvement.
If you cannot find what you are looking for or have other questions, please feel free to contact us anytime at email@example.com or 646.557.4888.
|Office Name||Phone Number||Campus Location|
|Academic Advisement||646-557-4872||L.73.12 NB|
|Accessibility Services||212-237-8031||L.66.00 NB|
|Center for Career and Professional Development||212-237-8754||L.72.00 NB|
|Center for English Language Support||646-557-4506||L2.75.00NB|
|Community Outreach and Service Learning||646-557-4820||L.72.14 NB|
|Counseling Center||212-237-8111||L.68.00 NB|
|Dean of Students||212-237-8211||L.65.00 NB|
|Department of Information Technology (DoIT)||212-237-8200||L2.63 NB|
|Foreign Language Lab||212-484-1140||7.64 NB|
|Health Center||212-237-8052||L. 67.00 NB|
|Honors Program||212-237-8553||8.64 NB|
|International Studies and Programs||212-484-1839||1101N|
|Jay Express||212-663-7867||L.69 NB|
|Math and Science Resource Center (MSRC)||646-557-4635||1.94 NB|
|Pre Law Institute and Fellowship Office||646-557-4804||1100 N|
|Public Safety||212-237-8524||L2.61.01 NB|
|Student Academic Success Programs (SASP)||212-484-1130||100 W|
|Center for Student Involvement & Leadership (CSIL)||212-237-8698||L2.71 NB|
|Student Relations/Team Civility||212-237-8871||L.65 NB|
|Student Transition Programs (STP)||646-557-4888||L2.70.01 NB|
|Urban Male Initiative (UMI)||646-557-4557||L.73.01 NB|
|Women’s Center||212-237-8184||L.67.10 NB|
|Writing Center||212-237-8569||1.68 NB|
John Jay is proud of our community of parents and family members who are engaged and excited about their student’s experience. We understand the need for connection and communication with campus offices, which is why all family members of undergraduate students are members of the John Jay College’s Family Association.
As members of the Family Association we will keep you informed and connected to university life through a variety of communications and benefits including:
- Assistance and Resources – Use the Office of Student Transition Programs as your first stop! Call 646.557.4888 or email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions and concerns.
- Bloodhound Bulletin Family Newsletter – The Bloodhound Bulletin, our publication for parents and families, will arrive via e-mail throughout the year. This resource will provide you with valuable information and advice, as well as important dates and timely updates.
You automatically become a member of the Family if you attend Family Orientation–look for your copy of the Bloodhound Bulletin in your email inbox. If you did not attend Family Orientation, you may join our Family Association by filling out this form.