Resources

Montclair State University offers many resources to our campus community, ranging from spiritual sanctuaries to general wellness to academic advisement. Here is a few resources offered:

Center for Student Involvement
Provides information on student activities, programming, & Greek & Social fellowships.
Student Center, Commuter Lounge - (973) 655-7818

Student Leadership Programs
Encourages the development of student leaders through programs, events, and retreats.
Student Center, Commuter Lounge - (973) 655-7818

Student Government Association
Provides resources for students and campus organizations, as well as scholarships.
Student Center Annex, Room 103 - (973) 655-4202

Residential Education & Services
Information on programming for on-campus residents, as well as support services.
Bohn Hall, 4th Floor- (973) 655-5118

Drop-In Center
Provides outreach, programming, and peer advocacy to students.
Building between Richardson Hall & Student Center - (973) 655-5271

Barbara Milton, Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action & Diversity
Provides harassment support and is the University’s diversity officer.
College Hall, Room 316D - (973) 655-4349

President’s Council on Affirmative Action
Assures that the University fulfills its commitments to Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action.
(973) 655-4349

Disability Resource Center
Provides accommodations & services necessary to equalize access to students with disabilities.
Morehead Hall Room 305 - (973) 655-5431

Educational Opportunity Fund
Provides special admission, financial aid, and academic support for students.
(973) 655-4385

Newman Catholic Center
Provides support for spiritual needs, as well as Catholic Mass, on campus.
(973) 655-7240

Global Education Center
Houses Montclair State University’s international and study abroad programs and academic advisement for study abroad.
(973) 655-6862

 

Did You Know?

We also have helpful resources on multicultural awareness, videos, magazines and resource guides.

Many of these items can be used to help with your individual programs and events. In addition, we have an in-house library with literature focused on diversity and tolerance.

Come to Student Center Room 421 or call the Center at (973) 655-5114 to find the resources you are looking for.