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An Adult Resource Center meets the special needs of adult students (defined as those 25 years of age or older). The objective of these services is to assist adult students to evaluate their own potential and special needs through counseling, testing and advisement. Students will also be assisted in scheduling their courses to meet their individual needs. Courses are available, day, evening, weekends, online, on the air, and through independent study.

Support services are also available for financial aid, career and transfer counseling,job placement and child care. For further information call the Adult Resource Center Coordinator, Professor Robert Rubin, at 516.572.7103 or visit our center at Nassau Hall, room 19.