Interested in CMEP co-sponsorship for your event? CMEP is committed to issues of diversity and social justice. We support the events and initiatives of student clubs and organizations that explore the intersections of multiple identities and/or issues related to social justice.
CMEP cosponsorship can include, but is not limited to, financial cosponsorship, marketing via our weekly e-newsletter and staff support with planning the event. To request cosponsorship, please complete this form!
If you have any questions, please contact email@example.com.
In addition to our 3 campus-wide Zone trainings, CMEP also offers free social justice trainings and workshops to the campus community upon request. Request a training by filling out this request form.
This document is not a contract and serves as a basic request that will be reviewed and responded to within 7 business days. We prefer 4-6 weeks advance notice when requesting a program or educational assistance, and a minimum of 15 participants per program.
Please use this form to request the CMEP Conference Room and/or Lounge located in the Kimmel Center; the Lounge is Room 804 and the Conference Room (located within the lounge) is Room 805. This form will only confirm the receipt of your request and it is not confirming the use of the space. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions!
The Center for Multicultural Education and Programs and Binary Solution began their relationship in 1997 to increase the number of diverse applicants who score in the top percentiles of the LSAT. Through this partnership we are able to offer reduced rates for LSAT Preparatory Courses. Click here to learn more and click here to apply!
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CMEP is delighted to announce that Dr. Jonathan McClain will be part of the CMEP team this year.
Info: Jonathan provides short-term counseling, group therapy, and psychological consultations to the CMEP community. He believes that an individual’s sociocultural identities are often important aspects of their lived experiences. For this reason, Jonathan is committed to providing culturally sensitive treatment to all students.
Schedule an Appointment: To schedule an appointment with Jonathan, please email him at firstname.lastname@example.org or call Counseling and Wellness Services (CWS) at 212-998-4780 and request an appointment with him. You will be scheduled for an initial 20 minute phone appointment with a CWS counselor. After that appointment, in most cases, you'll be scheduled with him. Jonathan is at CMEP on Wednesday and Friday. Short-term counseling services are free. There are copays to see a CWS psychiatrist for a medication consultation.
Bio: Dr. McClain has worked within multiple college counseling centers, where he has sought opportunities to engage students of all backgrounds in counseling. His most recent experience came as a pre-doctoral intern at the University of Pennsylvania’s Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS). In that role he provided individual and group counseling, while also serving as a liaison between CAPS and university cultural centers. Prior to arriving at NYU, Dr. McClain provided therapy at community mental health agencies within underserved neighborhoods in Philadelphia. His overarching goal is to provide service that relieves psychological distress while being culturally sensitive. Dr. McClain received a Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology from Penn State University. He received a M.A. and Ed.M. in Psychological Counseling from Teachers College, Columbia University and a B.A. in Psychology from Binghamton University. He also provides counseling at a group practice in New York City.
The New York University Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer Student Center creates a welcoming environment for all University students and faculty interested in developing their understanding of LGBTQ issues. Support services, resources, programs, advocacy, training, education and consultation are provided to members of the NYU community. With its services, programs and resources, the NYU LGBTQ Student Center exists to create campus environments that are inclusive and supportive of student diversity in the areas of sexual orientation and gender identity and expression.
NYU is committed to fostering a diverse, equitable, and inclusive environment. Contact the NYU Bias Response Line to report an experience of bias, discrimination, or harassment. Experienced administrators will work with you to identify next steps. Learn more at nyu.edu/biasresponse
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Watch our Parents of Students of Color Welcome panel that took place during Welcome Week 2016! Check out the video for vital information on resources that are available for students of color and international students across the university.
As part of the Thrive NYC initiative, the NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene is offering free Mental Health First Aid training to all New Yorkers. Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) is a groundbreaking public education program that teaches the skills needed to identify, understand, and respond to signs of mental health and substance use challenges or crises.
An important way to practice critical allyship is to educate ourselves.
Find foundational readings, important social justice terminology, and the "Ways to be an Ally" checklist here!
Additionally, check out these amazing online resources: