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Spring 2013 ePermit and Registration Dates

AS OF 11/19/12  E-PERMIT and REG DATES  FOR SPRING 2013 SEMESTER (Subject to change) College Open Date for ePermit Closing Date for ePermit Open Date for Registration Baruch College 11/14/12 1/24/13 Open now Brooklyn College 11/26/12 1/24/13 11/29/12 Bronx Community … Continued

ePermit Closing Dates for Fall 2012

ePermit Closing Dates for Fall 2012 August 21 City College   (Permits In – closed on 8/17) August 23 John Jay College York College August 24 Baruch College Bronx Community College LaGuardia Community College Kingsborough Community College Queens College College of … Continued

ePermit Open for Fall at Some Schools

The following CUNY schools are open for fall ePermits (incoming and outgoing unless otherwise indicated) Baruch College Borough of Manhattan Community College (Permit out only) City College Hostos Community College John Jay College Medgar Evers College School of Professional Studies … Continued

ePermit Open for Summer at Some Schools

The following CUNY schools are open for summer ePermits (incoming and outgoing unless otherwise indicated) Baruch College Borough of Manhattan Community College (Open for Permit in;Permit out starts 4/16) LaGuardia Community College Hunter College Kingsborough Community College Medgar Evers College … Continued

Spring 2012 ePermit Closing Dates

Please make note of the fact that schools will close for Spring 2012 ePermits on the following dates: January 24 York College College of Staten Island January 25 Baruch College School of Professional Studies January 26 Hunter College John Jay … Continued

Hunter College Spring 2012 Human Rights Courses

HUMAN RIGHTS COURSES, SPRING 2012 Below is a list of courses offered in Spring 2012 that count toward the minor and certificate in Human Rights. HR 200 Introduction to Human Rights Jack Hammond HR 250 Human Rights Internship (practical internship … Continued

ePermit for Spring 2012

As far as we are aware, all CUNY schools except John Jay and School of Professional Studies are now open for Spring 2012 ePermits.  John Jay is expected to open on 11/15 and SPS in early December. Students should be … Continued

Causal Explanation for Social Scientists Course

The Hunter College Anthropology Department will be offering a combined one-credit undergraduate and graduate special topics course on Causal Explanation for Social Scientists during the upcoming January session. The course will be taught by Andrew P. Vayda (Professor Emeritus, Rutgers), … Continued

ePermit Closing Dates

Please be aware that ePermit has already closed for the Fall 2011 semester on a few campuses and most campuses will close on August 23rd, prior to the first day of classes. If you are encountering technical difficulties with the … Continued

Persian Courses Available this Summer

Hunter College and the Middle East and Middle Eastern American Center (MEMEAC) of the CUNY Graduate Center will offer Persian 1 and 2 in the summer of 2011 in 2 intensive 4-week sessions:   Persian 1: June 1 to July … Continued

Hunter Human Rights Program Courses for Spring 2011

Hunter Human Rights Program Elective Courses  Spring 2011 Africana and Puerto Rican/Latino Studies 0061 AFPRL 390.40 Institution Racsm(W) Payne, Mark Anthropology 5164 ANTHC 218.00 Anth:Cv Rgt Mv: U.S. Hodges, David 0108 ANTHC 321.59 Hum Rts Of Indigns Byrd, Samuel Asian … Continued

Make Your CUNY BA Experience Easier

Thursday, November 11th 12:30-1:30pm The Graduate Center, Room 9206 Learn how to navigate the many processes at CUNY and CUNY BA/BS that will make the rest of your undergraduate career much easier and more successful. Come to this workshop, presented … Continued

Words Of Wisdom For College Students

Absolute must read (and hear) for every college student. Below is a link to the NYT Op-Ed (and an NPR show) where graduate students give their advice to incoming freshmen. I think these tips are valid for college students of … Continued