This December, the Graduate Center hosts Lee Child, the best-selling author of the “Jack Reacher” series, in a series of discussions ranging across a number of literary and social issues but revolving around his life and work.
The CUNY School of Professional Studies academic programming offers bachelor’s and master’s degrees, certificate and advanced certificate programs, and professional non-degree programs to adults. All of our academic programs are taught by highly respected faculty, who have considerable professional experience in their fields.
Houry Geudelekian. Getting my bachelor degree has been an epic story for me. My first attempt was when I first arrived as an Armenian refugee from Beirut, Lebanon with an 8th-grade education. I was able to get my GED … Continued
The Assembly Session Internship is a comprehensive academic program which gives qualified students the chance to work in the New York State Assembly. The program is not just for political science majors.
Want to design your own major in CUNY? Sign up for one of our Information sessions #CUNYBA #CUNY
On August 23, 2018, our academic advisor, Rafal Szczurowski, conducted a workshop on interdisciplinary studies and experiential learning at the 67th United Nations DPI/NGO Conference. Among his panelists was CUNY BA alumnus, Joseph Hill, speaking about his time in Puerto Rico with CUNY Service Corps.
Are you a new CUNY BA Student? We have a scholarship opportunity for you! Learn more about Barbara Price Scholarship. #cunyba
If you’re still looking to design your degree in CUNY, you still have time to apply for the Fall 2018 semester. Read more for details on what you need to apply.
2019 Pickering Foreign Affairs Fellowship Program Application Now Open! Deadline 9/20/2018
Rangel Int’l Affairs Graduate Fellowship Program is Now Welcoming Applications!
The Thomas Tam Scholarship is funded by an endowment established by the City University of New York in recognition of Dr. Thomas Tam’s contributions as a former member of the CUNY Board of Trustees, founding Executive Director of the Asian American / Asian Research Institute, and leadership in the Asian American community.
CUNY Baccalaureate student Libby Ho will study Chinese language in Changchun, China with a US Department of State Critical Language Scholarship during Summer 2018. Ho, a Macaulay Honors College student based at the City College of New York, is pursuing … Continued
The HIV League, a nonprofit organization working to empower the HIV Community through scholarship, wellness, and education, just selected their 2018 cohort of Scholars to receive an HIV League Scholarship. These four Scholars have shown how promising they are as … Continued
Summer Fever, a night of endless excitement, laughter, and fun! The festivities of the night include singing, dancing, and jokes. Plus there will be food. Come on down for the night of your life, brought to you by the CUNY BA Performing Arts Society.
Khandker and Mahmoud wanted to share an update about a company they started together called FloraMind. They educate teenagers in mental health and well-being through workshops and a digital platform so they can flourish academically and beyond.