Resources for Students

We're here to support you...

Throughout your learning, growth and professional development at Bank Street and beyond, we are here to provide you with the support you need to thrive. As you move through your graduate school experience, we hope you will take advantage of these resources.

Financial Aid Office

Work with financial aid counselors to explore your education financing options. Gain information on how to apply for loans and scholarships.

Registrar's Office

Navigate your graduate experience, from registration to graduation and everything in between.

Certification 

Learn about the steps required to obtain initial and professional certification in New York State.

Career Services

Take advantage of these services during your job search: an online job bulletin, resume & interview skills workshops, an annual job fair, and individual advisement appointments with the Director.

Business Office

Visit the Business Office on the 7th floor (Room 712) to pay tuition and fees. Contact Versha Indira Mookhram with payment questions at 212-875-4620.

Library

Search our online resources and the circulating collection. Utilize our research tools. Contact a librarian with a question, or stop by the Library on the 5th floor to ask it in person.

Textbooks

Order books for your classes online. Sell back those you don't need. 

Bankstreet Bookstore

Browse our rich collection of children's books, games and toys online or at the Bank Street Bookstore on the corner of 112th Street and Broadway.

Office for Students with Disabilities

Please let us know about your needs so we may provide the accomodations to which you are entitled. Contact Olga Romero by email or phone at 212-875-4468.

Computing and Information Services 

Activate your Bank Street email account. Discover our multimedia lab (Room 701) and computer clusters, as well as other computing, audiovisual, telecommunications, and networking resources.

Student Handbook

For more information about Bank Street programs and services, download the 2012-2013 Student Handbook.