Pursuing your education while balancing work, family and other responsibilities can be challenging, but you're not alone; we're here for you. We have a variety of services to support your academic, professional and personal success. Make the most of your time at LaGuardia, inquire about the programs and services below to help make your college journey as smooth and fulfilling as possible.
Student Financial Services Assistance applying for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), state aid -TAP and scholarships; and to get answers to your financial aid questions Foundation Scholarships Scholarships available ranging from $500 to $5,000 to assist you with the cost of tuition, textbooks and fees associated with attending college. LaGuardia CARES Financial assistance to help you with daily living expenses, i.e. MetroCards, rent, child care, food, etc. Accelerated Study in Associate Programs (ASAP) ASAP provides financial, academic and social support to help motivated students graduate in no more than three years.
Student Advising Services Your go to team of faculty, staff and peers to provide support and advice throughout your college career. Center for Career & Professional Development Job search and career planning services to land your dream job. Office of Transfer Services Help finding the best four-year college that meets your education and career aspirations.
Health Services Education on living and maintaining a healthy lifestyle. Wellness Center Guidance and counseling to make college life more manageable.
Student Clubs and Organizations Academic, social, athletic and cultural clubs and organizations that interest you and feed your personal development. Honors Program (HSAC) Diverse community of high-achieving scholars participating in rigorous research and study. Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) International honor society offering scholarship and leadership opportunities, on and off-campus. Delta Alpha Pi Honor Society (DAPI) International honor society offering support, advocacy and leadership opportunities for students with disabilities.
CREAR Futuros Academic support, mentoring, internship and professional development opportunities for Latino students. Black Male Empowerment Cooperative (BMEC) Academic support, mentoring, tutoring, personal guidance, networking opportunities to empower you to be successful in and out of college. LGBTQIA Safe Zone Hub Safe and welcoming space for you to feel supported and connect to campus and community resources. Women’s Center Personal guidance, education and advocacy around women’s issues to foster gender equity on campus.
Peer Programs Students helping students through mentoring, tutoring, health education and academic assistance. College Senate Faculty, alumni and student-run governance body that are decision-makers on College activities and policies. Student Government Association The voice of the student body, serving as a source of information, guidance, advocacy and service. President’s Society Professional development, financial assistance, mentoring and networking opportunities to help you gain a competitive advantage in the job market.