Oct 19, 2019  
2019-2020 Student Handbook 
    
2019-2020 Student Handbook

Navigating the Campuses



Among the challenges facing any college student is figuring out where things are on campus and knowing the right people to contact. Each CIA campus has nuances based on culture, climate, and geographical location. This section provides important information to navigate the campuses.

Navigating the Campuses

President’s Cabinet

The President’s Cabinet is the senior leadership of The Culinary Institute of America. Members of the Cabinet work closely with the president, Board of Trustees, and CIA leadership to implement campus-wide initiatives, develop strategy, and oversee the operations of the CIA. For more information about the President’s Cabinet, visit www.ciachef.edu/administration.

New York Campus Directory

The following directory is specific to the New York campus.

Admissions        
  Brief Description:   Provides admissions services for degree and certificate programs. Visit www.ciachef.edu/admissions for more information.
  Phone:   1 800 CULINARY (285-4627)
  E-mail:   admissions@culinary.edu
  Location:   Admissions Center, first floor
  Hours of Operation:   Monday–Friday, 8:30 a.m.–5 p.m.
  Key Contacts:  

Rachel Birchwood, Associate Vice President—Enrollment Management

Domenick Burruano, Director—Admissions

Ali DiBona, Director—Admissions & Enrollment

Michelle Muloolly, Director—Admissions

       
Advancement Office      
  Brief Description:   Committed to developing relationships to strengthen pride, inspire participation, and increase financial support among stakeholders of the CIA, including alumni, members of the Board of Trustees, fellows, friends, corporations, foundations, and government entities.
  Phone:   845-905-4275
  E-mail:   advancement@culinary.edu
  Location:   Roth Hall, second floor, south wing
  Hours of Operation:   Monday–Friday, 8:30 a.m.–5 p.m.
  Key Contacts:  

Kevin Allan, Vice President—Advancement

Cora Sita, Executive Assistant

       
Alumni Relations      
  Brief Description:   Responsible for alumni relations including, but not limited to, homecoming events, graduation pictures, iModules, mise en place alumni newsletter, alumni receptions, and alumni discounts.
  Phone:   845-451-1401
  E-mail:   alumni@culinary.edu
  Location:   Roth Hall, second floor, south wing
  Hours of Operation:   Monday–Friday, 8:30 a.m.–5 p.m.
  Key Contacts:  

Steve Swofford 97, Advancement Officer

Jennifer Speziale, Alumni Coordinator

       
Bookstore (Craig Claiborne Bookstore)      
  Brief Description:   Sells a selection of supplies, toques, CIA memorabilia, and gift items. For more information, see Bookstore.
 

Phone:

  845-451-1229 or 845-451-1228
  E-mail:   bookstore@culinary.edu
  Location:   Roth Hall, first floor
  Hours of Operation:  

Monday, 10 a.m.–4 p.m.

Tuesday–Friday, 10 a.m.–6 p.m.

Saturday, 11 a.m.–6 p.m.

  Key Contact:   Danielle Traver, Bookstore Manager
       
Campus Safety      
  Brief Description:   Responsible for the safety of the New York campus including, but not limited to, parking, emergency announcements, documenting violations of CIA policy, and escort services. For more information, see Campus Safety .
 

Phone:

  845-451-1268 (Non-Emergency) or 845-451-1111 (Emergency)
  E-mail:   campussafety@culinary.edu
  Location:   Campus Safety Building
  Hours of Operation:   24 hours, 7 days per week
  Key Contacts:  

William Carey, Director—Campus Safety

Tom Jones, Assistant Director—Campus Safety

Neil Garrison, Supervisor—Environmental Health and Safety

       
Career and Academic Advising/Bachelors Enrollment      
  Brief Description:   Provides support and advice for a variety of academic and career-related questions including, but not limited to, securing an externship, résumé development, career planning, course scheduling, creating an academic plan, withdrawing from a course(s), or institutional withdrawals. Also supports students long-term educational goals by enrollment in one of the bachelors degree offerings.
  Phone:   845-451-1275
  E-mail:   advising@culinary.edu
  Location:   Roth Hall, second floor, E-255
  Hours of Operation:  

Monday, 8:30 a.m.–5 p.m.

Tuesday–Thursday, 8:30 a.m.–6 p.m.

Friday, 8:30 a.m.–5 p.m.

  Key Contacts:  

Crystal DeCarolis, Director—Career and Academic Advising

Ron Hayes, Associate Director—Career Services

Maura McMahon O’Meara, Manager—Career and Academic Advising

Angelika Budnick, Transfer Credit Coordinator

Elaine Cullen, Career and Academic Advisor

Robert “RJ” Ponesse, Career and Academic Advisor

Chelsea Reid, Career and Academic Advisor

Felice Solomon, Career and Academic Advisor

Duane Brown, Manager—Bachelor’s Degree Enrollment

Kathleen Fitzgerald, Bachelor’s Degree Recruitment Specialist

Tammi Mackey, Career and Academic Advising Assistant

       
Central Issue      
  Brief Description:   Distributes uniforms, graduation jackets, sanitation supplies, and other essential education items/tools.
  Phone:   845-451-1481 or 845-451-1331
  E-mail:   Alyssa.Bamonte@culinary.edu or Eduardo.Castellanos@culinary.edu
  Location:   Roth Hall, first floor
  Hours of Operation:   Monday–Friday, 7 a.m.– 4:30 p.m.
  Key Contacts:  

Alyssa Bamonte, Assistant Manager—Central Issue

       
Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)      
  Brief Description:   Provides confidential counseling for students, free of charge. Students can address stress, life transitions, anxiety, depression, alcohol or drug misuse, relationship or family matters, or other concerns that can interfere with success at college. For more information, see Counseling and Psychological Services .
  Phone:   845-905-4241
  Location:   Student Commons, room 218
  Hours of Operation:   Monday–Friday, 8:30 a.m.–5 p.m.
  Key Contacts:  

Christiane Mueller, LCSW, Director—Counseling & Psychological Services

Tamara Batiste-Locke, PhD, Counselor/Therapist

Denise Molina, LCSW-R, CAPS Counselor/Therapist

Jennica Laine-Formisano, Psy.D., Counselor/Therapist

Georgianna Chauvin, Administrative Assistant

       
Dining Services      
  Brief Description:   Assists with meal plans, adding gold points, and other dining-related questions. For more information, see Dining Services .
  Phone:  

845-905-4518

845-451-1546

845-451-1313

845-905-4747 (The Egg)

  E-mail:   mealplans@culinary.edu
  Location:   Roth Hall, first floor
  Hours of Operation:  

Dining Services: Monday–Friday, 7:30 a.m.–7:45 p.m.

The Egg: Monday–Friday, 5:45 a.m.–10:30 p.m.; Saturday, 9 a.m.–10:00 p.m.; Sunday, 9 a.m.–10:00 p.m.

  Key Contacts:  

Peg Graham, Associate Director—Dining Services

Karen Baez, Manager—Dining Services

Caitlin de Bara, Coordinator—Dining Services

Molly Buckie-Pinder, General Manager—The Egg

       
Education Administration      

 

     
  Brief Description:   Senior leadership of education administration that oversees all aspects of degree and certificate offerings, curriculum, academic support services, and branch campus offerings.
  Phone:   845-451-1583
  E-mail:   Tammy.Polito@culinary.edu or Kathleen.Perre@culinary.edu
  Location:   Roth Hall, S-316
  Hours of Operation:   Monday–Friday, 8:30 a.m.–5 p.m.
  Key Contacts:  

Mark Erickson ‘77, Provost

Michael Sperling, PhD, Vice President—Academic Affairs

Susan Cussen, Associate Vice President—Branch Campuses

Carolyn Tragni, Dean—Academic Engagement and Administration

Tammy Polito, Executive Assistant

Kathleen Perre, Executive Assistant

       

School of Baking and Pastry Arts

     
  Brief Description:   Provides academic guidance to any student enrolled in baking and pastry arts courses.
  Phone:   845-905-4779
 

E-mail:

  Tammy.Polito@culinary.edu
  Location:   J. Willard Marriott Education Center, second floor, room 202
  Hours of Operation:   Monday–Friday, 8:30 a.m.–5 p.m.
  Key Contacts:  

Vacant, Dean—School of Baking and Pastry Arts

Marc Haymon ‘81, Associate Dean—Baking and Pastry Arts

Tammy Polito, Executive Assistant

       

School of Business and Management

     
  Brief Description:   Provides academic guidance to all bachelor’s-level students working towards their management degree. Also provides guidance to associate-level students taking any business or management classes outside the kitchen or bakeshop.
  Phone:   845-451-1583
  E-mail:   Tammy.Polito@culinary.edu
  Location:   Roth Hall, S-316
  Hours of Operation:   Monday–Friday, 8:30 a.m.–5 p.m.
  Key Contacts:  

Annette Graham ‘88, PhD, Dean—School of Business and Management

Tammy Polito, Executive Assistant

       

School of Culinary Arts

     
  Brief Description:   Provides academic guidance to any student enrolled in culinary arts courses.
  Phone:   845-905-4779
  Email   Tammy.Polito@culinary.edu
  Location:   Roth Hall, S-315
  Hours of Operation:   Monday–Friday, 8:30 a.m.–5 p.m.
  Key Contacts:  

Brendan Walsh ‘80, Dean—School of Culinary Arts

Bruce Mattel ‘80, Senior Associate Dean—Restaurant Education & High Volume Production

Cynthia Keller ‘83, Associate Dean—Culinary Fundamentals

Tony Nogales ‘88, Associate Dean—Culinary Specialization

Tammy Polito, Executive Assistant

       

School of Culinary Science and Nutrition

     
  Brief Description:   Provides academic guidance to all bachelor’s-level students working towards their culinary science degree. Also provides guidance to associate-level students taking any nutrition or food safety classes outside the kitchen or bakeshop.
  Phone:   845-451-1575
  Email:   Kathleen.Perre@culinary.edu
  Location:   Roth Hall, S-316
  Hours of Operation:   Monday–Friday, 8:30 a.m.–5 p.m.
  Key Contacts:  

Ted Russin, Acting Dean—School of Culinary Science and Nutrition

Kathleen Perre, Executive Assistant

       

School of Liberal Arts and Food Studies

     
  Brief Description:   Provides academic guidance to all bachelor’s-level students working towards their applied food studies degree. Also provides guidance to associate-level students taking any liberal arts classes outside the kitchen or bakeshop.
  Phone:   845-905-4779
  Email:   Tammy.Polito@culinary.edu
  Location:   Roth Hall, S-315
  Hours of Operation:   Monday–Friday, 8:30 a.m.–5 p.m.
  Key Contacts:  

Denise Bauer, PhD, Dean—School of Liberal Arts & Food Studies

Tammy Polito, Executive Assistant

       
Information Technology Services (ITS) Help Desk at The Hilton Computer Center      
  Brief Description:   Full-service computer center featuring printing, scanning, faxing, and more. Lab assistants available all hours. Provides support for accounts, applications, and devices. Students are helped during support hours on a first-come, first-served basis. For more information, see Technology on Campus .
  Phone:   845-451-1698 or 845-451-1756
  E-mail:   helpdesk@culinary.edu
  Location:   Hilton Library, room 209
  Hours of Operation:  

Monday–Thursday, 8 a.m.–11 p.m.

Friday, 8 a.m.–5 p.m.

Saturday, noon–5 p.m. (PCs and Printing only, no help desk staff)

Sunday, 2 p.m.–11 p.m.

 

Advanced device and account support available from Help Desk Specialist:

Monday–Friday, 8–11 a.m., 1:30–4 p.m.

  Key Contacts:  

Rick Tietjen, Associate Vice President, Chief of Staff, and Chief Information Officer

Cindy Scofield, Director—Enterprise Information Systems

Mike Romanovsky, Director—Infrastructure Services

Joseph Manente, Senior Manager—User and Student Support

Rob Harris, Manager—Network and A/V Services

Andrew Mennerich, Manager—Help Desk and Support Services

Salvatore Lee, Computer Lab & Help Desk Specialist
       

Additional Computer Labs:

     
 

St. Andrew’s Computer Center

   
 

Description:

  (card–swipe access only) Open to all students when classes are not being conducted in the lab.
 

Phone:

  845-451-1708
 

Location:

  General Foods Nutrition Center, lower level
 

Hours of Operation:

  24 hours, 7 days per week (closed only during college breaks)
       
  Betty Axelroad Computer Language Lab    
 

Description:

  (card–swipe access only) Open to all students when classes are not being conducted in the lab.
 

Phone:

  845-451-1881
 

Location:

  Roth Hall, S-431
 

Hours of Operation:

  Monday–Saturday, 6 a.m.–11 p.m.; Sunday, noon–11 p.m.
       
  Bachelor’s Computer Classroom    
 

Description:

  (card–swipe access only) Open to all students when classes are not being conducted in the lab.
 

Phone:

  845-451-1885
 

Location:

  Roth Hall, W-205
 

Hours of Operation:

  Monday–Saturday, 6 a.m.–11 p.m.; Sunday, noon–11 p.m.
       
International Student Affairs Office      
  Brief Description:   Provides assistance, support, and guidance to prospective and current international students.  For more information, see International Students .
  Phone:   845-451-1531
  E-mail:   Donna.Walsh@culinary.edu or Adriane.Brown@culinary.edu
  Location:   Student Commons, room 200
  Hours of Operation:   Monday–Friday, 10 a.m.–4 p.m. 
  Key Contacts:  

Lindsey Wolkowicz, Manager—International Student Services

Taralynn Brock, International Student Coordinator

       
Library (Conrad N. Hilton Library)      
  Brief Description:   Offers a variety of research resources—books, periodicals, databases, historical menus, and more—to support student learning, as well as guidance in academic research, rotating exhibits, and comfortable places to study. Visit library.culinary.edu for more information.
  Phone:   845-451-1747
  E-mail:   library@culinary.edu
  Location:   Hilton Library
  Hours of Operation:  

Monday–Thursday, 7:30 a.m.–11 p.m.

Friday, 7:30 a.m.–7 p.m.

Saturday, 10 a.m.–5 p.m.

Sunday, noon–11 p.m.

  Key Contacts:  

Jon Grennan, Director—Library and Information Services

Raven Fonfa, Reference and Information Literacy Librarian

Elizabeth Miller, Technical Services Librarian

Nicole Semenchuk, Archives and Digital Collections Specialist

       
Library Learning Commons      
  Brief Description:   Hub of academic support, Office of Disabilities, test taking, knife skills, tutoring, and other strategies for academic success.
  Phone:   845-451-1298
  E-mail:   tutoringcenter@culinary.edu or lsctest@culinary.edu (testing room)
  Location:   Hilton Library, fourth floor
  Hours of Operation:  

Monday–Thursday, 8 a.m.–11 p.m.

Friday, 8 a.m.–7 p.m.

Saturday, 10 a.m. –5 p.m.

Sunday, noon–9 p.m.

  Key Contacts:  

Jodi Amato, Director—Academic Support Services

Jacqueline Ahl, Assistant Manager—Learning Strategies

Vacant, Disability Support Specialist

Sheri Schwartz, Testing Coordinator

Vatina Reid Williams, Learning Strategies Assistant

       
Mail Room/Copy Center      
  Brief Description:   Centralized mail and copy center for student needs such as incoming mail or packages, printing course material from Moodle, and obtaining course guides; only accepts Culinary Cash. For more information, see Mail or Copy Center.
  Phone:   845-451-1244
  E-mail:   mailroom@culinary.edu
  Location:   Roth Hall, ground floor adjacent to Student Health Services
  Hours of Operation:  

Monday–Friday, 8 a.m.–5 p.m.

Saturday, 9 a.m.–1 p.m.

(Closed on holiday weekends)

  Key Contact:   Zachary Short, RICOH Manager 
       
Notary Public Services      
  Brief Description:   Officials licensed by the Secretary of State to authenticate an individual’s signatory on a document. Government-issued identification is needed for this service.
  Hours of Operation:   Monday–Friday, 9 a.m.–4 p.m.
  Key Contacts:  

Shannon Camper, Presidents Office, Roth Hall, second floor

Cheryl Dorney, Hospitality, Roth Hall, first floor

Julie Wolfe, Vice President—Finance and Administration Office, Roth Hall, third floor

       
Payroll      
  Brief Description:   Issues paychecks to eligible student employees for hours worked.
  Phone:   845-905-4338
  E-mail:   Payroll@culinary.edu
  Location:   Roth Hall, S-333
  Hours of Operation:   Monday–Friday, 8:30 a.m.–5 p.m. 
  Key Contact:   Nicole Parisi, Manager—Payroll
       
Registrar      
  Brief Description:   Responsible for the integrity of all student records; issues Letters of Enrollment and transcript requests.
  Phone:   845-451-1267
  E-mail:   registrar@culinary.edu
  Location:   Admissions Center, second floor
  Hours of Operation:   Monday–Friday, 8:30 a.m.–5 p.m.
  Key Contacts:  

Chet Koulik, Registrar

Taylour Hahn, Associate Registrar

Kathy Corrao, Academic Records Specialist

       
Residence Life      
  Brief Description:   Offers assistance with living on campus including, but not limited to, campus activities, replacement keys, room changes, roommate conflicts, maintenance concerns, and other residence hall needs. For more information, please see Residence Life Staff .
  Phone:   845-451-1260
  E-mail:   reslife@culinary.edu
  Location:   Student Commons, room 221
  Hours of Operation:   Monday–Friday, 7 a.m.–5 p.m.
  Key Contacts:  

Dennis Macheska, Associate Dean—Student Affairs & Housing

Ryan Butler, Assistant Director—Residence Life

Jody Danna, Manager—Residential Housing Assignments

Carole Goldsmith, Manager—Housing Operations

Christina Macchiarola 04, Student Housing Assistant

Meka Harris, Area Coordinator—Lodges and Townhouses

Brittnay Crocco, Area Coordinator—Hudson Hall and Pick/Herndon Hall

Brandon Laninga, Residence Director—Rosenthal Hall

Mark Campbell II, Residence Director—Angell Hall

 

       
Student Activities, Recreation, and Athletics (Rec Center)      
  Brief Description:   Creates opportunities for student engagement and involvement by providing intramural sports, athletic opportunities, wellness programming, campus activities, and leadership positions through clubs and organizations. For more information, see Student Activities Office .
  Phone:   845-451-1400
  E-mail:   Sue.Haug@culinary.edu
  Location:   Student Commons, room 014
  Hours of Operation:  

Rec Center:

Monday–Thursday, 6 a.m.–midnight

Friday, 6 a.m.–10 p.m.

Saturday, 9 a.m.–10 p.m.

Sunday, 9 a.m.–11 p.m.

Pool Hours:

Monday–Thursday, 10 a.m.–1 p.m.; 3–5:30 p.m.; and 7:30–10 p.m.

Friday, 10 a.m.–1 p.m. and 3–5:30 p.m.

Saturday, noon–7 p.m.

Sunday, noon–7 p.m.

  Key Contacts:  

Serge Nalywayko, Assistant Director— Athletics, Recreation, and Wellness

Thomas Weingart, Coordinator—Student Health and Wellness

Nathan Flintjer, Assistant Director—Student Life

Danielle Schmalz, Coordinator—Student Leadership

Sue Haug, Office Manager

       
Student Affairs Office      
  Brief Description:   Engages and supports students for a variety of personal and college-related issues including, but not limited to, conduct violations, graduation, personal safety, student life, replacement IDs, interpersonal conflicts, alcohol/drug awareness, and sexual assault prevention. For more information, see Student Affairs Office .
  Phone:   845-451-1281
  E-mail:   studentaffairs@culinary.edu
  Location:   Student Commons, room 236
  Hours of Operation:   Monday–Friday, 8:30 a.m.–5 p.m.
  Key Contacts:  

Kathy Merget, PhD, Associate Vice President and Dean—Student Affairs

James H. Manley, Jr., PhD, Associate Dean—Campus Life and Student Development

Danny J. Malavé, Assistant Dean—Student Conduct and Community Engagement

Ellen Carter, Executive Assistant

Chris Canale, Student Affairs Assistant

Freddy Brash 76, Ombudsman/Admissions Liaison    

       
Student Employment      
  Brief Description:   In order to obtain an on-campus job, students must complete all required paperwork with Student Employment prior to working. For more information, see On-Campus Employment .
  Phone:   845-451-1364
  E-mail:   studentemployment@culinary.edu
  Location:   Roth Hall, E-266
  Hours of Operation:   Monday–Friday, 8:30 a.m.—5 p.m.
  Key Contact:   Lisa Dy, Student Employment Specialist 
       
Student Financial and Registration Services (SFRS)      
  Brief Description:   Assists students with billing, payments, financial aid, and registration. For more information, please see Student Accounts .
  Phone:   845-451-1500
  E-mail:   sfrs@culinary.edu
  Location:   Admissions Center, second floor
  Hours of Operation:  

Monday and Friday, 8 a.m.—5 p.m.; Tuesday—Thursday 8 a.m.—6 p.m 

  Key Contacts:  

Kathy Gailor, Director—Student Financial Planning

Jeanine Gemmell, Associate Director—Student Financial Planning

Amanda Doolittle, Supervisor—Student Financial Planning and VA Certifying Official

Kelly Lake, Supervisor—Student Financial Planning and VA Certifying Official

Kevin Sweeney, Coordinator—Student Financial Planning

Catie Drozenski, Student Financial Planner

Brian Edgerton, Student Financial Planner

Tony Gabriel, Student Financial Planner

Marissa Jones, Student Financial Planner

Rupali Rifenburg, Student Financial Planner

Sara Schaad, Student Financial Planner

Jan Smyth, Student Financial Planner

Hollise Tirendi, Student Financial Planner

Nsikak Udoh, Student Financial Planner

Amy Valentine, Student Financial Planner

Jennifer Luongo, Cashier

Marquie Burgess, Cashier

       
Student Government Association (SGA)      
  Brief Description:   Student representation on campus where students can voice concerns, share feedback, and contribute positively to the campus experience. For more information, see Student Government Association .
  Phone:   845-905-4257
  E-mail:   sga@cia.culinary.edu
  Location:   Student Commons, room 014
       
Student Health Services      
  Brief Description:  

Department offers a variety of health and wellness services to the students.  Services available include: sick visits, acute injury management, in-house strep and influenza testing, basic reproductive health services, health screenings and education, routine vaccinations, on-campus emergency response, and advanced care nurse practitioner visits. For more information, contact Student Health Services 

 
  Phone:   845-451-1261
  Fax:   845-905-4061
  E-mail:   ciahealthservices@culinary.edu
  Location:   Roth Hall, ground floor
  Hours of Operation:  

Monday–Friday, 7 a.m.–9 p.m. 

Nurse Practitioner: Monday-Friday 9:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. by appointment

After-Hours Nurse Triage Line:

Monday–Friday: 9 p.m.–7 a.m.

Saturday and Sunday: 24 hours

School-recognized holidays/no class days: 24 hours

  Key Contacts:  

Margot Schinella, FNP, Director of Health Services

Lorrie Frankel, Office Supervisor

Susan Lengyel, Registered Nurse

Jennifer McPeck, Registered Nurse

Lorraine Straus, Registered Nurse

       
Student Newspaper—La Papillote      
  Brief Description:   Student-run newspaper informing students of campus life, key issues, and news around campus. For more information, see Campus Newspaper .
  Phone:   845-451-1127
  E-mail:   lapapillote.culinary@gmail.com
  Location:   Student Commons, room 014
       
Title IX Coordinator      
  Brief Description:   Coordinates all reported violations of the Harassment, Sexual Misconduct, and Discrimination Policy  including, but not limited to, sexual assault, sexual harassment, interpersonal violence, stalking, and any form of discrimination.
  Phone:   845-451-1314 or 845-905-4477 (24-hour hotline to report harassment)
  E-mail:   Joe.Morano@culinary.edu
  Location:   Roth Hall, S-324
  Hours of Operation:   Monday–Friday, 8:30 a.m.–5 p.m.
24-hour emergency access through Campus Safety 
  Key Contacts:  

Joe Morano, Senior Director—Faculty Relations/Title IX and Age Discrimination Coordinator

Danielle Glendenning, Manager—Faculty Relations/Deputy Title IX Coordinator

       
Veteran Student Resources      
  Brief Description:   Assists veteran students with adjusting to campus life and connecting to on-campus and local support. Also explains VA benefits and provides GI Bill reimbursements. For more information, see Veteran Students .
  E-mail:   veteranscommittee@culinary.edu
  Key Contacts:  

Kelly Lake, VA Certifying Official in SFRS

Amanda Doolittle, VA Certifying Official in SFRS

Kathy Merget, PhD, Associate Vice President and Dean—Student Affairs

New York Campus-specific Information

The following information is specific to the New York campus.

Bookstore

The Craig Claiborne Bookstore is located on the first floor of Roth Hall and is open to students, faculty, staff, and visitors on days when classes are in session. Students can find a list of more than 1,000 titles, many of which are difficult to find elsewhere. Additionally, students can find many familiar names in professional cooking and baking, including J. A. Henckel, Forschner, Ateco, and others.

The bookstore also sells a selection of school supplies, replacement uniforms, health and beauty aids, and a wide range of gift items from sweatshirts and T-shirts to glassware and key chains. The bookstore also features gourmet foods such as fine chocolates, coffee, tea, oils, and vinegars, as well as products by graduates and local merchants. Other services offered are personalized graduation announcements, graduation rings, and elegant diploma frames. Most items in stock are available by mail and web order. The bookstore’s website may be accessed via www.ciachef.bncollege.com. Please inquire about special-order services for books, knives, and tools.

Copy Center

Students can request printed versions of course-related material found on Moodle such as course guides, PowerPoint presentations, and recipes. The cost per printed black-and-white copy is 5 cents per printed side and color is 10 cents per printed side. Print requests should be sent via e-mail to copycenter@culinary.edu. Due to the volume of requests, orders may take a day to a few days to complete. Only Culinary Cash is accepted as payment.

Club leaders and bachelor’s degree students making copies for their dining event should always have faculty approval and know their club’s or event’s account number to charge before bringing any jobs to the Copy Center. Students should provide originals that are ready to copy or print and allow at least 24 hours for the Copy Center to complete the job. Students can e-mail their jobs to copycenter@culinary.edu.

Mail

The mail room supports all faculty, staff, and students with CIA incoming and business-related outgoing mail and packages. The mail room is not affiliated with the U.S. Postal Service and is not a public mail center. All student’s outgoing packages should be shipped from the Hyde Park Post Office or The Shipping Place, both located north of the college on Route 9. Students can also visit the websites of UPS, FedEx, or USPS for shipping options. For convenience, stamps may be purchased at the Barnes & Noble (Craig Claiborne) Bookstore and at the SRC front desk on the New York campus. Stamps are not sold from the CIA mail room.

Package/Letter Pickup

It is the responsibility of CIA students to:

  • Use their legal name, as recorded at the Registrar’s Office, on all correspondence—incoming and outgoing
  • Use a valid CIA photo ID to pick up a package.
  • Pick up packages in a timely manner.

When students receive a letter/package, an e-mail notification will be sent to their CIA e-mail address stating they have a package. A reminder message will be automatically sent several times.

To help speed up mail delivery, students should communicate their correct address to all correspondents. Failure to do so will delay mail.

All letters and packages must be addressed using the format below. This includes outgoing and incoming parcels and letters as well as any online purchases delivered to the CIA.

Name (as recorded with the Registrar’s Office)

The Culinary Institute of America

1946 Campus Drive

Hyde Park, NY  12538

Return to Sender

Should a package not be picked up within 21 days, the mailroom will attempt to contact recipients by phone. Should contact be unsuccessful, the package/letter may be returned to sender.

Students should consider eco-friendly options:

  • Paperless Billing Statements—sign up with vendors for paperless billing; no more paper statements in the mail.
  • Paperless Correspondence—use e-mail instead of paper mail whenever possible.  

Our Lady of the Way Chapel

Mass is held Sundays at 10 a.m. and noon at the chapel near the south entrance of the CIA.

Use of the Roth Hall Elevator

A medical variance is required for students to ride the elevator in Roth Hall.  Students can apply for a medical variance to ride the elevator at Student Health Services. A variance will only be issued when a letter from an off-campus medical provider is submitted.  Certain restrictions may apply.  An exception is made for students delivering heavy materials required for a class that can only be transported via the elevator.

Weather

Due to the large number of students living on campus, classes will rarely be canceled as a result of bad weather. If students miss classes, they will be marked absent for the class sessions for which they are not present. If students live off campus, they are directed to use their own judgment before attempting to drive. Our Inclement Weather Policy provides for possible delays in AM classes, early closing, or complete closing for the day. Delayed openings will be announced by 5:30 a.m. or earlier. Any closings or delays will be posted on our home page at www.ciachef.edu, and are available via our weather hotline (845-905-4444) and on the following radio stations:

Dutchess/Ulster Counties
WPDH—101.5, 106.1 FM
WRRV—92.7, 96.9 FM
MIX 97—97.7 FM
THE WOLF—94.3 or 97.3 FM

In addition, students will be notified through our Mass Notification System on campus. The college has created an account for all students using their CIA email address. All students should add their contact information (mobile phone/text) and download the Everbridge Mobile App.

Wildlife

Animals indigenous to the Hudson Valley may unexpectedly appear on campus grounds and outside residence halls, as our facilities are surrounded by their natural habitat.

Various birds, snakes, rodents (including squirrels and groundhogs), and other animals are active on and around the campus grounds. Students should not feed, touch, harass, or approach any wild animal. Residence hall doors should be kept closed to prevent their entry into the facility. It is essential that students not disturb any animals and immediately notify Campus Safety if any animal appears ill or poses any type of threat.

Pond

Known to students as Lake Velouté, the pond located in front of Pick/Herndon Hall is for the enjoyment of all. Fishing is limited to “catch and release,” and can only be done on the shores. No boats, rafts, or flotation devices are permitted. Swimming is not allowed. Pollution or littering of Lake Velouté is strictly prohibited. Ice skating (or walking) on ice is not permitted. Year-round (indoor) ice skating is available at the Mid-Hudson Civic Center in Poughkeepsie, NY. Call 845-454-5800 for information.

Railroad Tracks and Cliffs

Due to the obvious danger they present, the cliffs along the edge of the CIA’s property are off limits. These cliffs are owned by Amtrak, and if students are found in these areas, it will be considered trespassing. In addition, the railroad tracks and adjacent areas below, which run along the banks of the Hudson River, are also Amtrak property and are off limits at all times. Students should cooperate and be sure they and their visitors stay clear of these areas.

Wooded Property

The CIA’s wooded property located north of and adjacent to the main campus is open only during daylight hours. All CIA policies are in effect in this area, including but not limited to: no open campfires, no alcohol consumption, no illegal substances, no littering, no hunting, and no off-road motorized vehicles. No person shall injure, destroy, deface, remove, fill in, tamper with, or cut any tree or other plant life.The property adjacent to the south side of campus is private property and is posted No Trespassing.

Environmental Protection

New York State enforces strict laws to protect our environment. Properties along the Hudson River, including The Culinary Institute of America, are under special scrutiny to ensure that the fragile ecosystem of the estuary is not compromised. Fines of up to $10,000 may be imposed by the Department of Environmental Conservation for various violations (e.g., oil/grease spills, recycling infractions, etc.). It is extremely important that students obey the college’s policies and procedures relating to environmental issues to avoid possible liability in an incident.

California Campus Directory

The following directory is specific to the California campus.

Administration and Finance        
  Brief Description:   Senior leadership of the California campus responsible for all aspects of the business operations. 
  Phone:   707-967-2358
  Location:   Greystone main building, first floor
  Hours of Operation:   Monday–Friday, 8:30 a.m.–5 p.m.
  Key Contacts:  

Thomas Bensel, Managing Director—California Campus

Holly Briwa, Senior Advancement Officer

Adam Busby, General Manager—Greystone

Vincent Venem, Site System Coordinator (Information Technology)

Helen Quiroz, Administrative Assistant—Reception

Joyce Suzuki, Director, Human Resources CA (Student Employment)

       
Admissions      
  Brief Description:   Provides admissions services for degree and certificate programs. Visit www.ciachef.edu/admissions for more information.
  Phone:   707-967-2338
  E-mail:   admissions@culinary.edu
  Location:   Greystone main building, third floor
  Hours of Operation:   Monday–Friday, 8:30 a.m.–5 p.m.
  Key Contacts:  

Allison Stapleton, Assistant Director—Admissions

Vacant, Admissions Counselor

       
Alumni Relations      
  Brief Description:   Responsible for alumni relations including, but not limited to, homecoming events, graduation pictures, iModules, mise en place alumni newsletter, alumni receptions, and alumni discounts.
  Phone:   845-451-1401
  E-mail:   alumni@culinary.edu
  Location:   NY campus, Roth Hall, second floor, south wing
  Hours of Operation:   Monday–Friday, 8:30 a.m.–5 p.m. ET
  Key Contacts:  

Steve Swofford ‘97, Advancement Officer

Jennifer Speziale, Alumni Coordinator

       
Bachelor’s Enrollment and Information      
  Brief Description:   Provides information on enrollment in one of the bachelor’s degree offerings to support students’ long-term education goals.
 

Phone:

  845-451-1716 or 707-967-2428 ET
  E-mail:   Duane.Brown@culinary.edu or Thomas.Wong@culinary.edu 
  Key Contact:  

Duane Brown ‘11, Manager—Bachelor’s Degree Enrollment (Hyde Park)

Thomas Wong ‘86, Professor and Team Leader—Culinary Arts and Bachelor’s Ambassador

       
Campus Security      
  Brief Description:   Responsible for the safety of the California campus including, but not limited to, parking, emergency announcements, documenting violations of CIA policy, and shuttle and escort services.
 

Phone:

  707-548-2478
  E-mail:   GSecurity@culinary.edu
  Location:   Greystone main building, first floor atrium
  Hours of Operation:   24 hours, 7 days per week
  Key Contacts:  

Jeremy Smith, Director of Campus Services

       
Career and Academic Advising/Bachelor’s Enrollment      
  Brief Description:   Provides support and advice for a variety of academic and career-related questions including, but not limited to, securing an externship, résumé development, career planning, course scheduling, creating an academic plan, withdrawing from a course(s), or institutional withdrawals.
  Phone:   707-967-2495
  E-mail:   Jenny.Woltz@culinary.edu or gsadvising@culinary.edu
  Location:   Greystone main building, third floor
  Hours of Operation:  

Monday–Friday, 8:30 a.m.–5 p.m.

  Key Contacts:  

Jenny Woltz, Senior Career Services Advisor

       
Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)      
  Brief Description:   Provides confidential counseling for students, free of charge. Students can address stress, life transitions, anxiety, depression, alcohol or drug misuse, relationship or family matters, or other concerns that can interfere with success at college. For more information, see Counseling and Psychological Services .
  Phone:   707-967-2443
  Location:   Greystone main building, first floor entryway
  Hours of Operation:   Monday–Friday, 8:30 a.m.–5 p.m.
  Key Contacts:  

Kathleen Herrera, Counselor/Therapist

Lila Braida, Counselor/Therapist

       
Education Administration      
  Brief Description:   Leadership of education administration that oversees all aspects of degree and certificate offerings, curriculum, academic support services, and branch campus offerings
  Phone:   707-967-2448
  E-mail:    
  Location:   Greystone, third floor
  Hours of Operation:   Monday–Friday, 8:30 a.m.–5 p.m.
  Key Contacts:  

Jennifer Purcell ‘96, Director of Education—Greystone

Robert Jörin, Associate Dean—Academic Degree Programs

Amy Reed, Kitchen Facilities and Dining Services Manager

       
International Student Support      
  Brief Description:   Provides assistance, support, and guidance to prospective and current international students.  For more information, see International Students .
  Phone:   707-967-2407
  E-mail:   Catherine.reble@culinary.edu 
  Location:   Greystone main building, third floor
  Hours of Operation:   Monday–Friday, 8:30 a.m.–5 p.m. 
  Key Contacts:  

Catherine Réblé, Student Life Coordinator

       
Learning Strategies Center      
  Brief Description:   Hub of academic support, Office of Disabilities, test taking, knife skills, tutoring, and other strategies for academic success.
  Phone:   707-967-2406 or 845-905-4639 (TTY/TDDY)
  E-mail:   Maria.Coggiola@culinary.edu
  Location:   Greystone main building, third floor
  Hours of Operation:  

Monday–Friday, 8:30 a.m.–5 p.m., or by special arrangement

  Key Contacts:  

Jodi Amato, Director—Academic Support Services

Maria Coggiola—Assistant Director Learning Strategies

Brian Clark, Learning Strategies Assistant

       
Student Affairs      
  Brief Description:   Engages and supports students for a variety of personal and college-related issues including, but not limited to, conduct violations, graduation, personal safety, student life, interpersonal conflicts, alcohol/drug awareness, and sexual assault prevention. For more information, see Student Affairs Office .
  Phone:   707-967-2407
  E-mail:    
  Location:   Greystone main building, third floor
  Hours of Operation:   Monday–Friday, 8:30 a.m.–5 p.m.
  Key Contacts:  

Jared Snyder, Assistant Dean—Student Affairs

Catherine Eucker Réblé, Student Life Coordinator

Zachary Davis, Residence Life and Housing Coordinator

Teodora Toshich, Student Affairs Assistant

       
Student Employment      
  Brief Description:   To obtain an on-campus job, students must complete all required paperwork with Student Employment prior to working. For more information, see On-Campus Employment .
  Phone:   845-451-1364 ET
  E-mail:   studentemployment@culinary.edu
  Hours of Operation:   Monday–Friday, 8:30 a.m.–5 p.m. ET
  Key Contact:   Lisa Dy, Student Employment Specialist 
       
Student Financial Registration Services (SFRS)      
  Brief Description:   Assists students with billing, payments, financial aid, and class registration. For more information, please see Student Accounts .
  Phone:   707-967-2488
  Location:   Greystone, third floor
  Hours of Operation:  

Monday–Friday, 8:30 a.m.–5:00 p.m. PST

  Key Contacts:  

Rebecca Evans, Student Financial Planner

Sadie Stutsman, Registration Specialist

Steven Woods, Associate Registrar

Janine Cortez, Student Services Coordinator

       
Student Health Services (NY)      
  Brief Description:   Offers support and assistance for a variety of health-related reasons including, but not limited to, vaccines, cuts, burns, and personal health management. For more information, see Student Health Services .
  Phone:   845-451-1261
  E-mail:   ciahealthservices@culinary.edu
  Hours of Operation:  

Monday–Friday, 7 a.m.–8:45 p.m. ET

  Key Contacts:  

Margot Schinella, FNP, Director of Health Services

Lorrie Frankel, Office Supervisor

Susan Lengyel, Registered Nurse

Jennifer McPeck, Registered Nurse

Lorraine Straus, Registered Nurse

       
Title IX Coordinator      
  Brief Description:   Coordinates all reported violations of the Harassment, Sexual Misconduct, and Discrimination Policy  including, but not limited to, sexual assault, sexual harassment, interpersonal violence, stalking, and any form of discrimination.
  Phone:   845-451-1314 or 845-905-4477 (24-hour hotline to report harassment)
  E-mail:   Joe.Morano@culinary.edu
  Location:   NY campus, Roth Hall, S-324
  Hours of Operation:   Monday–Friday, 8:30 a.m.–5 p.m. ET
24-hour emergency access through Campus Safety 
  Key Contacts:  

Joe Morano, Senior Director—Faculty Relations/Title IX and Age Discrimination Coordinator

Danielle Glendenning, Manager—Faculty Relations/Deputy Title IX Coordinator

       
Veteran Student Resources      
  Brief Description:   Available to explain VA benefits and provide GI Bill reimbursements. For more information, see Veteran Students .
  E-mail:   Rebecca.Evans@culinary.edu
  Key Contacts:  

Rebecca Evans, Student Financial Planner


California Campus-specific Information

The following information is specific to the California campus.

Bookstore

Open daily from 10:30 a.m.–6 p.m., Greystone’s campus store—the Spice Islands Marketplace—carries a vast assortment of high-quality merchandise. Students can find cookbooks, culinary magazines, cookware and cutlery, equipment, chef’s pants and jackets, logo clothing, gift items, and an array of international ingredients.

Currently enrolled degree and certificate program students receive 25% off most items in the store. CIA alumni receive 20% off. Call 707-967-2309 or toll free at 1-888-424-2433.

Mail

Students living at Vineyard Lodge I and II should have their mail sent to them at 830 Pratt Avenue, St. Helena, CA 94574. Students living at the Guest House should have their mail delivered to 2555 Main Street, St. Helena, CA 94574.

Packages for students in all residence halls should be sent in care of the student to The Culinary Institute of America at Greystone, 2555 Main Street, St. Helena, CA 94574. Both mail and packages should be clearly marked “student” to avoid delivery errors. Packages can be retrieved from the package room, located at the receiving dock at Greystone. Packages may be received Monday–Friday, 10 a.m.–1 p.m. and 2–4:30 p.m.

The CIA will not forward mail to residents who have left on-campus housing. Students must make arrangements for forwarding mail to a new address at least three weeks prior to departure.

Weather

Due to the climate in St. Helena, classes will rarely be canceled as a result of bad weather. If students miss classes, they will be marked absent for the class sessions for which they are not present. If students live off campus, they are directed to use their own judgment before attempting to drive. Our Inclement Weather Policy provides for possible delays in AM classes, early closing, or complete closing for the day. Delayed openings will be announced by 5:30 a.m. or earlier. If weather is such that the breakfast portion of the High-Volume Production Cookery class needs to be delayed or canceled, a decision will be made by midnight. Any closings or delays will be posted on the CIA home page at www.ciachef.edu.

In addition, students will be notified through our Mass Notification System on campus. The college has created an account for all students using their CIA e-mail address. All students should add their contact information (mobile phone/text) and download the Everbridge Mobile App.

Wildlife

Animals indigenous to the Napa Valley may unexpectedly appear on campus grounds and outside residence halls, as our facilities are adjacent to their natural habitat.

Adult and juvenile rattlesnakes like to warm themselves after a long winter in the sunshine of the herb garden and other terraced steps during late spring/early summer. Be sure to keep residence hall doors closed to prevent their entry into the facility. Please do not disturb any animals and notify the Office of Safety and Security immediately so that they can safely remove these visitors from the property.

Swallows return to Greystone each spring to build their nests and raise their young in the rafters and eaves of our historic buildings. These special birds and their nests are protected by law, and we are prohibited from removing them until the birds leave each summer. Please take care when entering and exiting the building through the main entrance during this time of year.

Earthquakes

The CIA at Greystone is located in a part of the world that is prone to earthquakes. We advise all students to adhere to the following procedures in the event of a large earthquake:

  • Do not run to avoid an earthquake. Running may lead to a fall and risk of injury.
  • Do not try to get in a doorway. This advice is only appropriate in un-reinforced adobe buildings with wood door frames.
  • If in bed, stay there and ride it out. Do not hang heavy items on the wall over the bed, as they can fall. Do not move around without shoes to avoid injury on broken glass. Most earthquake injuries are to the feet.
  • If in residence, students should get under a table or other solid furniture, but can also simply hold onto something solid and ride it out. It may be difficult to stand without support. The most serious hazard will be caused by falling furniture and objects.
  • If in a kitchen in front of a hot pan containing hot food or liquid, move away. The pan may not stay on the stove.
  • Be very careful moving around after the earthquake is over. Surroundings will likely be changed and unstable. In addition, there will be numerous aftershocks, though not as large as the original earthquake.
  • Check on neighbors and find out if anyone is injured. Report to the assistant director of student affairs, the residence life and housing coordinator, or campus security. Emergency responders will likely be overwhelmed; there may be a need to handle most situations for a while.
  • Gather in normal evacuation areas—the east side of the parking lot at Vineyard Lodge or the south parking lot next to the Williams Center when on the Greystone main campus.

Please note that in the event of an earthquake, natural gas and electricity will be shut off automatically.

Texas Campus Directory

The following directory is specific to the Texas campus.

Administration        
  Brief Description:   Senior leadership of the Texas campus responsible for all aspects of business operations.
  Phone:   210-554-6401
  E-mail:    
  Location:   3rd Floor, Administration Office
  Hours of Operation:   Monday–Friday, 8:30 a.m.–5 p.m.
  Key Contacts:  

April Goess ‘03, CHE, Managing Director

Patrick Hutchings, Director—Facilities Operations

Darely Villegas, Office Coordinator

       
Admissions      
  Brief Description:   Provides admissions services for degree and certificate programs. Visit www.ciachef.edu/admissions for more information.
  Phone:   210-554-6453
  E-mail:   Christopher.Rouse@culinary.edu
  Location:   Student Services Center
  Hours of Operation:   Monday–Friday, 8:30 a.m.–5 p.m.
  Key Contacts:  

Christopher Rouse — Admissions Counselor

       
Alumni Relations      
  Brief Description:   Responsible for alumni relations including, but not limited to, homecoming events, graduation pictures, iModules, mise en place alumni newsletter, alumni receptions, and alumni discounts.
  Phone:   845-451-1401
  E-mail:   alumni@culinary.edu
  Location:   NY campus, Roth Hall, second floor, south wing
  Hours of Operation:   Monday–Friday, 8:30 a.m.–5 p.m. ET
  Key Contacts:  

Steve Swofford ‘97, Advancement Officer

Jennifer Speziale, Alumni Coordinator

       
Bachelors Enrollment and Information      
  Brief Description:   Provides information on enrollment in one of the bachelor’s degree offerings to support students’ long-term educational goals.
 

Phone:

  845-451-1716 or 210-554-6423
  E-mail:   Duane.Brown@culinary.edu or Jose.Frade@culinary.edu
  Key Contact:  

Duane Brown ‘11, Manager—Bachelor’s Degree Enrollment (Hyde Park)

Jose Frade, Associate Dean—Degree Programs

       
Campus Security (Pearl Security)      
  Brief Description:   Pearl complex security company
 

Phone:

  210-889-5287 or 210-889-5236
  Hours of Operation:   24 hours, 7 days per week
       
Career Services      
  Brief Description:   Provides support and advice for a variety of academic and career-related questions including, but not limited to, securing an externship, résumé development, career planning, course scheduling, creating an academic plan, withdrawing from a course(s), or institutional withdrawals.
  Phone:   210-554-6465
  E-mail:   saadvising@culinary.edu
  Hours of Operation:  

Monday–Friday, 8:30 a.m.–5 p.m.

  Key Contacts:  

Mar-y-sol Salinas, Assistant Director Career and Academic Advising and Support

       
Education Administration      
  Brief Description:   Leadership of education administration that oversees all aspects of degree and certificate offerings, curriculum, academic support services, and branch campus offerings
  Phone:   210-554-6452
  E-mail:   Jose.Frade@culinary.edu
  Location:   3rd Floor, Administration Office
  Hours of Operation:   Monday–Friday, 8:30 a.m.–5 p.m.
  Key Contacts:  

Jose Frade, Associate Dean—Degree Programs

       
International Student Support      
  Brief Description:   Provides assistance, support, and guidance to prospective and current international students.  For more information, see International Students  .
  E-mail:   April.Goess@culinary.edu
  Hours of Operation:   Monday–Friday, 8:30 a.m.–5 p.m. 
  Key Contacts:  

April Goess ‘03, CHE, Managing Director

       
Learning Strategies Center      
  Brief Description:   Hub of academic support, Office of Disabilities, test taking, knife skills, tutoring, and other strategies for academic success.
  Phone:   210-554-6465
  E-mail:   Mar-y-sol.Salinas@culinary.edu
  Hours of Operation:  

Monday–Friday, 8:30 a.m.–5 p.m., or by special arrangement

  Key Contacts:  

Jodi Amato, Director—Academic Support Services

Mar-y-sol Salinas, Assistant Director Career and Academic Advising and Support

       
Student Affairs and Services      
  Brief Description:   Engages and supports students for a variety of personal and college-related issues including, but not limited to, conduct violations, graduation, personal safety, student life, interpersonal conflicts, alcohol/drug awareness, and sexual assault prevention. For more information, see Student Affairs Office .
  Phone:   210-554-6428
  Location:   Student Services Center (SSC)
  Hours of Operation:   Monday–Friday, 8:30 a.m.–5 p.m.
  Key Contacts:  

Vacant, Manager—Student Services

Carmen Lynn, Student Services Specialist

       
Student Financial Registration Services (SFRS)      
  Brief Description:   Assists students with billing, payments, financial aid, and class registration. For more information, please see Student Accounts .
  Phone:   707-967-2488
  Hours of Operation:  

Monday–Friday, 8:30 a.m.–5:00 p.m. 

  Key Contacts:  

Rebecca Evans, Student Financial Planner

       
Student Health Services (NY)      
  Brief Description:   Offers support and assistance for a variety of health-related reasons including, but not limited to, vaccines, cuts, burns, and personal health management. For more information, see Student Health Services .
  Phone:   845-451-1261
  E-mail:   ciahealthservices@culinary.edu
  Hours of Operation:  

Monday–Friday, 7 a.m.–8:45 p.m. ET

  Key Contacts:  

Margot Schinella, FNP, Director of Health Services

Lorrie Frankel, Office Supervisor

Susan Lengyel, Registered Nurse

Jennifer McPeck, Registered Nurse

Lorraine Straus, Registered Nurse

       
Title IX Coordinator      
  Brief Description:   Coordinates all reported violations of the Harassment, Sexual Misconduct, and Discrimination Policy  including, but not limited to, sexual assault, sexual harassment, interpersonal violence, stalking, and any form of discrimination.
  Phone:   845-451-1314 or 845-905-4477 (24-hour hotline to report harassment)
  E-mail:   Joe.Morano@culinary.edu
  Location:   NY campus, Roth Hall, S-324
  Hours of Operation:   Monday–Friday, 8:30 a.m.–5 p.m. ET
24-hour emergency access through Campus Safety 
  Key Contacts:  

Joe Morano, Senior Director—Faculty Relations/Title IX and Age Discrimination Coordinator

Danielle Glendenning, Manager—Faculty Relations/Deputy Title IX Coordinator

       
Veteran Student Resources      
  Brief Description:   A resource to veteran students and available to explain VA benefits and provide GI Bill reimbursements. For more information, see Veteran Students .
  E-mail:   April.Goess@culinary.edu
  Key Contacts:  

April Goess ‘03, CHE, Managing Director

Sonia Hannon, Manager—Student Services

Rebecca Evans, Student Financial Planner