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The Office of Student Affairs is here to help you succeed in pharmacy school and support you on your journey to becoming a pharmacist. 

Our licensed clinical social worker, provides confidential counseling services and offers short-term individual and group therapy to students and their partners. All sessions are on-site and free. No record of seeking services will be part of your administrative student file. Counseling Services also provides referrals for psychiatrists, therapists and other service providers in New York City and will work with you to help you find off-campus services providers if necessary. Visits are strictly confidential and information will not be shared about anyone seeking Counseling Services unless the client requests.

Students come to counseling services for a variety of reasons:

  • Concerns about academic performance
  • Stress
  • Test anxiety
  • Keeping life in balance
  • Lack of confidence
  • Shyness
  • Procrastination
  • Relationship problems
  • Sleep problems
  • Sadness/depression
  • Seasonal Affective Disorder
  • Racing thoughts
  • Difficulty making decisions
  • Chemical addictions and recovery
  • Eating concerns/Eating disorders
  • Loss and grief
  • Family and parenting concerns
  • Lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender issues
  • Other significant mental illness like bi-polar disorder and OCD


Jamillah Salters

Student Services Advisor
P: 646-981-4822
Room: 506A

Jamillah Salters 2016

Jamillah Salters, a mental health counselor, provides assistance, support and advice to students. She helps students link to services within Touro College of Pharmacy so that they will best succeed academically and professionally. As students are adjusting to life at our college, Ms. Salters assists them with any questions and concerns that are not directly pharmacy related. Ms. Salters also works very closely with our many student organizations

Student Advisory Services help students with:

  • Study skills
  • Issues with roommates or housing
  • Financial aid
  • How to best address concerns with faculty members or administration
  • Time management
  • Test preparation
  • Increasing involvement in campus life
  • Referring students to Counseling Services