CNR Relocates DC-37 Campus for Spring Semester in Wake of Hurricane Sandy
01/22/2013 

MediaLibrary#5456In the wake of Hurricane Sandy, classes held at the DC-37 Campus in lower Manhattan have been relocated for the spring semester until the DC-37 Headquarters Building re-opens.  The new location is 30 Broad Street – 21st Floor. 

In addition, as has always been the case, several classes will be taught at St. John’s University, across the street from Headquarters.  Spring 2013 classes for DC-37 students will start on Monday, February 4, 2013.  The College is  committed to assisting all students in the progression through the spring semester in a timely manner and graduating candidates will remain on target for 2013 Commencement.

"No one could have predicted that the devastating effect of Hurricane Sandy would force the closure of DC-37 Headquarters for this long," Dr. Stephen Greenfeld, DC-37 Campus Director, said. "It is a testament to your resilience and commitment that you have weathered the storm.  I am proud of you all as we move forward to spring 2013."

Students who have not already registered for spring 2013 classes should do so at one of these three campuses as soon as possible.  DC-37 faculty advisors are located at all three, where students can also complete the financial aid process. Please contact Shawyonia Pettigrew with any questions, at (718) 665-1310.