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The offices of the Colin Powell School are fully open, and staff and faculty are all available for consultation with students and all others.
Dean Andrew Rich can be reached at . Associate Dean Kevin Foster can be reached at . Ms. Charlene Darbassie, our office administrator, can be reached at

At the very bottom of this page, under “Faculty and Staff,” there’s a “Directory” link, and you can find names and email addresses for all staff and faculty there.

We encourage everyone to follow us on social media: @cpowellschool on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook​. We are posting frequent updates.
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The Colin Powell School for Civic and Global Leadership is a home to the social science departments at CCNY as well as the core leadership development and public service programs of City College. The School is led by a faculty and staff dedicated, first and foremost, to fulfilling our core instructional mission and serving students. We are committed to providing an outstanding student experience at the same time as we devote ourselves as well to the highest standards of research and the university’s democratic and public obligations.

If you are a current or prospective student, please feel free to reach out to one of us in the Dean’s Office or one of our Advisers with questions you might have. The contact information for each of us is below. Please follow us on social media @cpowellschool to stay up-to-date on events and opportunities. 

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Peer Navigation

We have expanded the availability of a very special peer mentoring program for students. This is a chance to work with trained graduate students on stress management and self-care.
It’s free, confidential, and a great opportunity to get help.


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