NY Elected Officials And CUNY Institutes 2nd Annual SOL Summit (English and Spanish)

New York elected officials and three of CUNYs Latin@s Studies institutes announce the second annual Summit on Latinos to be held on June 1st, 2018.
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Riverside Chat On Biotech With Silicon Harlem And Others At Columbia In Harlem

The future of life-science activities in West Harlem has never been brighter and will only get better. Continue Reading →

A New Study On The UN-Affordable Housing In Washington Heights / Inwood!

This brief represents part one of a two-part study the CUNY Dominican Studies Institute is undertaking on the state of affordable housing in the Washington Heights/Inwood sector of New York City, historically a predominantly Dominican neighborhood. Continue Reading →

Uptown’s Senator Marisol Alcántara And CUNY In The Heights Hold College

State Senator Marisol Alcántara, together with Seny Taveras, Executive Director of CUNY in the Heights, held a College Resource Fair featuring close to 30 universities and more than 20 education professionals to help local youth apply for college today. Continue Reading →

CUNY Spending Probe Widens And Spread ‘Like A Plague’ From Harlem To Hollis

The state inspector general is ramping up her probe of the City University of New York to include hiring and spending practices at its two-year community colleges, The Post has learned. Continue Reading →

CUNY Calls For Probe Of City College In Harlem After President Quits (Updated)

matthew-goldstein-lisa-coico-and-colin-powell1The City University of New York has asked for a state investigation following the departure of the president of City College once known as “the poor man’s Harvard” in Harlem, New York. Continue Reading →

CUNY Application Fee of $65 Waived For Low-income City Public School Students

mayor-de-blasio1Applying to college just got cheaper for some of the city’s poorest families.

Mayor de Blasio and CUNY officials announced Monday that the $65 application fee currently required by the city’s public colleges will now be waived for low-income public school kids. Continue Reading →

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