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Resources for Current Students

Students may schedule individual meetings with the Dean, Senior Associate Dean, or Assistant Dean to discuss academic or other graduate program-related issues. Contact:

A complete list of courses offered can be viewed here.

A copy of the 2022-2023 course Guide for Graduate Students is available for download here.

The staff of the Office of Immigration and Academic Appointment advises international students and scholars on obtaining and maintaining lawful status while at the University.

The UHW is staffed by Nurse Practitioners who are able to provide assessment, diagnosis, and treatment for minor illnesses and injuries, in addition to wellness screenings and immunizations. These services are available on an appointment or walk-in basis, and are free of charge. Contact:

Mental health on-site staff, Lorraine Lothwell, MD, Eric Goldwaser, DO, Ph.D., Laura R. Bhatt, LCSW, and Lauren Rosenblum-Niles, LCSW, are available for Rockefeller Staff and Students, Monday through Friday from 9 AM -5 PM. Call 212-327-7257 to make an appointment.

The Rockefeller University provides on-site child care for students and employees through its Child and Family Center. There is a formal application process for admission, and parents are encouraged to apply in advance. Contact:

Career and professional development resources at Rockefeller include individual advising, professional skills-building workshops, and opportunities to explore and prepare for a variety of careers for biomedical PhDs. Contact:

  • Andrea Morris, Ph.D., Assistant Dean and Director of Career and Professional Development, 212-327-8903,

Title IX of the U.S. Education Amendments of 1972 (Title IX) prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex in educational programs and activities at institutions that receive federal financial assistance. To report a Title IX incident or complaint, contact:

Bystander intervention is a social science model that predicts the likelihood of individuals (or groups) willing to actively address a situation they deem problematic. Learn more about bystander intervention strategies here.

Student Representatives Committee (SRC, Contact or your representative for more info.)

The University has acquired a variety of discounts through various tri-state establishments including discounted movie tickets, museum passes, car rentals and more. A complete list can be found on the Human Resources website.

The Rockefeller University Fitness Center is a free gym for use only by faculty, students, and staff. Visit their website for information on hours, policies, class schedules and more.

The Bronk Fund was established for the improvement of student life on campus. Students years 1-5 are eligible to receive a 50% reimbursement of expenses up to $175 for memberships to health clubs, aerobics classes, swimming pools, dance classes, marathons, etc. The Bronk Fund can also be applied to language/art classes, skiing lessons, and theater/concert/sporting event tickets. For reimbursement, please send receipts to:

There are several committees throughout the Rockefeller community on which students are represented. For information on how to participate and provide input, please contact your student representative.
Student Representatives Committee (SRC), Contact