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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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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Brooklyn College campus

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

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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

Connected CUNY

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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Undergraduate research is a cornerstone for experiential learning in the sciences. This ‘high-impact’ practice leads to improved student, faculty and institutional outcomes and the CUNY Office of Research is dedicated to promoting its practice.

Most student research takes place in the form of a faculty-mentored experiences where students learn experimental techniques and skills for data analysis.  While many students engage in research for credit, many are also paid a stipend.  Such stipends can come from faculty research grants (often from NSF or NIH) but many also come from institutional grant mechanisms dedicated to funding students to engage in research experiences.

The goal of the CUNY Workshop, Grants that Fund Undergraduate Research, is to inform faculty about the different mechanisms that fund undergraduate research from national agencies.  The workshop sessions will be led by successful PIs of these grants so that faculty can get a real sense of how to write a successful application from their college.

The Workshop will take place on Thursday, March 1 at the CUNY Advanced Science Research Center, located on the South Campus of CCNY at 85 St. Nicholas Terrace.  Please register for the workshop below. The grant mechanisms to be covered are as follows:

Bridges to Baccalaureate

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The Bridges to the Baccalaureate Program provides support to institutions to help students make transitions at a critical stage in their development as scientists. The program is aimed at helping students make the transition from 2-year junior or community colleges to full 4-year baccalaureate programs. (more…)

As part of the mission of the ORD, we have developed a series of programming to support our faculty, staff, and administrators. Our signature program, the Faculty Fellowship Development Program has been running for — years. The CUNY Mellon Faculty Diversity Initiative launched in 2017 with the support of the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. Other programs include the CUNY Faculty Diversity Dialogues, the Leadership —-, the SAGE leadership development program, as well as the DPDF program which ended in 2016. We will continue to develop innovative programming to further support the efforts across CUNY to build an inclusive and dynamic climate for faculty, students, and staff.

Faculty Fellowship Publication Program (FFPP)

CUNY Mellon Faculty Diversity Initiative (CFDI)

In 2017, the ORD launched an exciting initiative to support our diverse faculty at CUNY. With the generous support from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, the CUNY Mellon Faculty Diversity Career Enhancement Initiative (CFDI) supports sustained mentorship for junior faculty via research/ writing seminars and a series of professional development workshops. Currently, the initiative works in conjunction with Queens College, Hunter College, Brooklyn College and the City College of New York. Visit the CFDI Mellon website for more details.

For more information about our fellows

CUNY Faculty Diversity Dialogues 2017-2018

Led by experts in the field, CUNY Faculty Diversity Dialogues are forums for CUNY administration, staff, and faculty to build awareness around a range of issues related to diversity, equity, and inclusion. This series will provide a forum for discussion focused on matters of inclusion, implicit bias, intercultural communications, and efforts to increase diversity through faculty and staff recruitment, retention, and advancement in the workplace. These workshops are intended to support and encourage the participation of CUNY Faculty, Chief Diversity Officers, Deans, Search Committee Chairs, Provosts, Administrators, and College Presidents. For more information, including summaries of past events and resources, click here.

Upcoming Dialogue (will include link to eventbrite) (also should be on carousel on home page)

SAGE

DPDF

Leadership Initiatives - Harvard

Collaborative Programming with the Office of Academic Affairs

CUNY Interactive Factbook

Interactive Factbook (Tableau Public site)

Baruch College vertical campus

Baruch College
Keisha Peterson
HRPP Coordinator
keisha.peterson@baruch.cuny.edu

Brooklyn College quad with library

Brooklyn College
Natalie Wright
Research Compliance Specialist
nwright@brooklyn.cuny.edu

Shepard Hall, City College of New York

The City College of New York
Rosemarie Wesson
Associate Dean for Research
rwesson@ccny.cuny.edu

Hunter Hall at Hunter College

Hunter College
Christa Acampora
Professor of Philosophy
Christa.acampora@hunter.cuny.edu

Hostos Community College

Hostos Community College
Felix Cardona
Assistant Dean of Academic Affairs
fcardona@hostos.cuny.edu

John Jay College of Criminal Justice, old building

John Jay College of Criminal Justice
Lynda Mules
Associate Director of Research Compliance
212-237-8914
lmules@jjay.cuny.edu

Kingsborough Community College

Kingsborough Community College
Sharon Warren Cook
Dean of Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment
Office of the Vice President for Academic Affairs and Provost
(917) 588-6305
sharon.warrencook@kbcc.cuny.edu

Entrance to LaGuardia Community College

LaGuardia Community College
Jessica Zeichner-Saca
Grants & Contracts Specialist
jsaca@lagcc.cuny.edu

New York City College of Technology

New York City College of Technology
Eric Rodriguez
Associate Professor of Psychology
erodriguez@citytech.cuny.edu

Queensborough Community College library

Queensborough Community College
Linda Reesman
Faculty Fellow for Academic Affairs, Professor
718-281-5253
lreesman@qcc.cuny.edu

CUNY School of Public Health and Silberman School of Social Work

School of Public Health
Michele Kiely
Associate Dean for Research
michele.kiely@sph.cuny.edu

statue in the Hall of Fame of Famous American at Bronx Community College
LaGuardia Commnunity College

LaGuardia Community College
Jessica Zeichner-Saca
718-482-5457
jsaca@lagcc.cuny.edu

Queensborough Community College library

Queensborough Community College
Linda Reesman
Faculty Fellow for Academic Affairs, Professor
718-281-5253
lreesman@qcc.cuny.edu