Open Houses

Come and explore CUNY’s 24 colleges and graduate schools located across New York City’s five boroughs. Open houses–on campus and online–are scheduled regularly for prospective students.

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Graduate Studies

Discover your CUNY

College is an exciting journey – it is a time that molds students into the people they will become, an experience that refines talent and an environment that fosters growth. With our 24 campuses, CUNY offers a range of choices that will accommodate all students. So take the first step, come explore CUNY and see which of our colleges is the right match for you.

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Ready to Apply?

If you have already explored the pages below learn how to apply.

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Academic Programs

CUNY offers more than 1,750 top-notch academic programs for degree-seeking students. Search through academic programs/majors offered across the University.

Academic Programs

Macaulay Honors College

Honors Programs

Honors programs that provide a challenging and intellectually stimulating academic environment for high-achieving students. Discover the right program for you.

Honors Programs

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Support Programs

CUNY offers several Support Programs for motivated students including SEEK/CD and ASAP. See which program is best for you.

Support Programs

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The Colleges

The most important part of the college search is finding the college that fits. Find the campus that fits you.

The Colleges

Open Houses

Come and explore CUNY’s 24 colleges and graduate schools located across New York City’s five boroughs. Open houses–on campus and online–are scheduled regularly for prospective students.

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CUNY campuses and offices are open Friday, February 10.

 

Open Houses

Come and explore CUNY’s 24 colleges and graduate schools located across New York City’s five boroughs. Open houses–on campus and online–are scheduled regularly for prospective students.

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Tracy Meade

University Dean for Strategic Initiatives

Tracy Meade is the University Dean for Strategic Initiatives in the Office of Academic Affairs at The City University of New York. Tracy oversees the Office of Research, Evaluation and Program Support for the Office of the Senior University Dean for Academic Affairs, leads the CUNY Office of Academic Affairs’ groundbreaking ASAP expansion project at Bronx Community College, and supports projects and initiatives for the Office of the Executive Vice Chancellor and University Provost.

Before assuming her present position, Tracy directed CUNY’s New Community College Initiative. Tracy is the principle author of A New Community College Concept Paper, and she led the team of educators who designed the new community college model and oversaw all aspects of the college’s approval process by the CUNY Board of Trustees and New York State Education Department. The college—CUNY’s first new community college in more than four decades—is now named the Stella and Charles Guttman Community College and welcomed its inaugural class on August 20, 2012.

Prior to her work leading the New Community College Initiative, Tracy was the University Director for Collaborative Programs at CUNY. In this role, she was responsible for oversight of College Now, the university’s largest partnership with the New York City secondary schools, the CUNY Middle Grades Initiative/GEAR UP program, the At Home in College program, and the Research and Evaluation unit for Collaborative Programs.

Tracy holds an M.A. in English from the University of California, Berkeley.

Email Tracy Meade at: tracy.meade@cuny.edu

Counselor Corner Home

Contact Us
Help Desk for Counselors
(212) 290-5607
counselor@cuny.edu
Help Desk for Students
(212) 997-CUNY (2869)
admissions@cuny.edu

We are delighted to collaborate with our partners in high school counseling and community-based organizations to ensure that your families are exposed to all of the opportunities at CUNY.

To learn about the array of support we provide to counselors, please visit www.cuny.edu/counselor

Clare Norton
University Director of Admission
(646) 664-3620
clare.norton@cuny.edu

Recruiter Directory

Dwight Dunkley
Recruitment Coordinator
Manhattan below 96th Street

(646) 664-3579
dwight.dunkley@cuny.edu

Dwight Dunkley
Recruitment Coordinator
Manhattan below 96th Street

(646) 664-3579
dwight.dunkley@cuny.edu

Dwight Dunkley
Recruitment Coordinator
Manhattan below 96th Street

(646) 664-3579
dwight.dunkley@cuny.edu

Dwight Dunkley
Recruitment Coordinator
Manhattan below 96th Street

(646) 664-3579
dwight.dunkley@cuny.edu

Other Legal Resources

Student and Scholar Resources

  • NAFSA: Travel Advisory for Nationals of Certain Countries Pursuant to Executive Order
  • IIE: Emergency Assistance for Scholars and Students

Organizations to Watch

The following organizations are actively working to protect rights and support immigrants. Visit these websites regularly for new information and guidance:

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CUNY Citizenship Now

CUNY Citizenship Now! provides free, high quality, and confidential immigration law services. Our attorneys and paralegals offer one-on-one consultations to assess participants’ eligibility for legal benefits and assist them in applying when qualified.

  • CUNY students, faculty and staff from the seven countries (Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen) affected by the Executive Order with questions about their immigration status and/or travel abroad plans should write to Citizenship Now! at citizenshipnowinfo@cuny.edu.
  • Travel Advisory: For students, faculty and staff in the US from the seven affected countries, our best advice remains not to travel abroad until we have more clarity about ongoing developments in the wake of the Executive Order. CN! plans a Facebook Live session and a Facebook page for students to share information and get their questions answered.



The CLEAR (Creating Law Enforcement Accountability & Responsibility) project, housed at CUNY School of Law, primarily aims to address the unmet legal needs of Muslim, Arab, South Asian, and other communities in the New York City area that are particularly affected by national security and counter-terrorism policies and practices.

 

Campus-based Resources

College Contact Email
Baruch Rosa Kelley rosa.kelley@baruch.cuny.edu
BMCC Lily Yi-Elkin lyielkin@bmcc.cuny.edu
Bronx CC Esteban Rodriguez esteban.rodriguez@bcc.cuny.edu
Brooklyn Keisha Simon keishasimon@brooklyn.cuny.edu
CCNY Maribel Morua mmorua@ccny.cuny.edu
CSI Barbara Clark barbara.clark@csi.cuny.edu
CUNY School of Law Sheeja Pillai pillai@law.cuny.edu
Graduate Center and Journalism Linda Asaro lasaro@gc.cuny,edu
Hostos CC Lisanka Soto lsoto@hostos.cuny.edu
Hunter Iris Aroyewun-Birchwood iaroyewu@hunter.cuny.edu
Hunter Barbara Medina (J-1 scholars only) bmedina@hunter.cuny.edu
Hunter IELI Sean Lee sle0114@hunter.cuny.edu
John Jay Inga Mezale imezale@jjay.cuny.edu
KCC Gavin Ireland gavin.ireland@kbcc.cuny.edu
LaGuardia CC Pressian Nicolov pnicolov@lagcc.cuny.edu
LaGuardia ELI Yvette Alphonsus alphonsy@lagcc.cuny.edu
Lehman Phyllis.Proctor phyllis.proctor@lehman.cuny.edu
Medgar Evers Joylyn Phillip-Ndiaye jphillips@mec.cuny.edu
NYCCT Vanessa Villanueva vvillanueva@citytech.cuny.edu
Queens Patrick O’Connell patrick.oconnell@qc.cuny.edu
Queens ELI Erika Guadalupe erika.guadalupe@qc.cuny.edu
QCC Lompeto Efthymiou lefthymiou@qcc.cuny.edu
SPH Pranoya Gosh Pranoya.Ghosh@sph.cuny.edu
SPS Jennifer Lee Jennifer.lee@cuny.edu
York Michelle Sabio msabio@york.cuny.edu

IMMIGRATION RESOURCES

For background information on legal challenges:

American Immigration Council’s Practice Advisory, Challenging President Trump’s Ban on Entry.

For the latest information:

The White House website lists of presidential actions

Citizenship Now! on Facebook
@CUNYCitizenship
@CUNY_CLEAR

RESOURCES FOR DETAINED IMMIGRANTS

  • New York State has established a confidential toll-free hotline for New Yorkers to report family members, relatives, friends or colleagues believed to be passengers on flights coming into the state, but are missing or believed to be detained: 1-888-769-7243.
  • CUNY students, faculty or staff who are detained at the airport, or are abroad and need guidance, please contact CUNY Citizenship Now! attorney Isabel Bucaram, Esq. by text, phone or WhatsApp at 646-860-5678.
  • Citizenship Now! on Facebook

University Emergency Notification System

CUNY Alert allows you to receive text, email and/or voice alerts of emergencies or weather related closings on your campus; you can choose your campus or office locations, phones for voice and text messages, and/or email addresses for instant emergency communication.

Sign in for CUNY students, faculty and staff

Current registered users’ notification information has been migrated to CUNYfirst. You may review and modify your contact information at any time.

Sign in for Guests

Access to the CUNY Alert guest account is temporarily disabled

Key Changes

CUNY Alert Changes

You will now use your CUNYfirst account to access and manage your preferences for receiving emergency notifications in CUNY Alert.
All current registered users’ notification information has been migrated to CUNYfirst. You may review and modify your contact information at any time.
New faculty or staff members will be auto-enrolled in the CUNY Alert system. Your accounts are pre-filled with your college affiliation(s) and CUNY business email address, with the option of adding additional contact information.
Employees who do not have CUNYfirst accounts, for example, Research Foundation employees, may sign up as Guest Users.

Access to CUNY Alert:

Faculty and Staff
Access CUNY Alert by signing in to CUNYfirst, clicking on Self Service in the CUNYfirst menu, selecting Personal Information, and then selecting the CUNY Alert Preferences link.

Students
Access CUNY Alert and manage their preferences by logging in to CUNYfirst, clicking on the Self Service link, selecting Student Center, and then selecting To Do.

Guest Users
Should review the CUNY Alert FAQs bellow for detailed access information.

CAMPUS, EMAIL, AND PHONE OPTIONS:

You are required to select at least one campus and one email address. Additionally, you may now select an unlimited number of campuses, up to five email addresses, and up to five voice and five text numbers that you want associated with your account.

Frequently Asked Questions

CUNY Alert FAQ

What is CUNY Alert?

Since January of 2008, our emergency notification system, CUNY Alert, has been used to notify the University Community of emergencies via text, email, and/or phone messages. Through an arrangement between CUNY and the New York State Emergency Management Office, CUNY Alert uses the state’s all-hazards alert and notification system, NY-Alert. The alerts may be campus specific or University-wide.

Are all CUNY campuses participating in CUNY Alert?

Yes, CUNY Alert is a University-wide system, available to the CUNY Community, which includes students, faculty, and staff.

What Are The Benefits Of Cuny Alert?

CUNY Alert provides the CUNY Community with a secure system for disseminating emergency information. By keeping you informed and aware, the Alert System can help you avoid potentially dangerous situations. Timely alerts can also save you from inconvenience, for example: you trudge through a snowstorm to get to class, only to find that your school has been closed for the day. With CUNY Alert, you have the information you need before you get out the door.

Since CUNY Alert preferences are managed by each user, you select where and how you want to be notified. You may choose as many CUNY locations as you like, up to five e-mail addresses, and up to ten phone numbers (five text and five voice). The result is that you can receive alerts virtually anywhere, whether you are at school, work, home, or on the go.

What types of “Emergency Messages” may I receive?

You will receive messages for emergency events that are disruptive or have the potential to be disruptive, such as extreme weather conditions. One recent example was Hurricane Sandy, when alerts were sent to the University Community regarding flooding conditions, power failure, and campus and office closures. Advisories were also sent concerning those areas of public transportation that were impacted by the storm. Information was even provided about shelter locations. Updates were continually sent until the crisis was over. (more…)