Offices & Departments

Strategy & Operations

The operational departments of Bank Street College include Human Resources, Facilities, Information Technology, and the Business Office. Inspired by our credo and guided by the strategic plan, our divisional mission is to support the organization in reaching its potential as a leading voice in progressive education.

Lead by an unwavering commitment to customer service, we employ dozens of energized and dedicated individuals who work to maintain, develop, and employ the many policies, systems, and structures necessary to support the entire organization.


  • Information Technology
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    IT Help Desk

    The Information Technology Help Desk provides technical support for the College’s hardware, software, and telephone equipment. The Help Desk is open Monday to Friday, 8:00 AM–10:00 PM, except on major holidays, and Saturdays, 9:00 AM–4:00 PM.

    To connect with us, email or call 212-875-4642.

  • Human Resources

    Human Resources

    Human Resources is where you can find information about benefits, compensation, professional development, College policies, and other employment issues. To connect with us, email or call 212-961-3320.

    Working for Bank Street

    Job Opportunities

  • Business Office
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    Business Office

    Bank Street’s Business Office supports the overall financial operations of the College. If you are a vendor and have questions on an invoice, please email Click below to make a tuition payment for:

    School for Children/Family Center

    Graduate School

  • Facilities


    The Facilities Department manages all aspects of building maintenance and security, public safety, and environmental issues. For room reservations, email

Learn All About Our Tree!

Weeping Fig Tree
The weeping fig is part of the Ficus plant genus (scientific name: F. benjamina). With large arching branches and long, pointed leaves, it looks attractive indoors.

The benjamina is one of the most popular small indoor trees from this genus. It grows quite slowly and requires a grower to take particular care of a few needs (lighting, watering, etc.)—fairly easy when you know how.