The Office of Academic Affairs collects, analyzes and disseminates university-wide and college specific data on enrollment, retention, graduation, licensing, demographics, employment and earnings of students in nursing and allied health degree programs.
CUNY’s Behavioral Health Workforce Task Force published a Final Report in Fall 2017.
CUNY’s 2017 report on Social Work and Human Services Degree Programs features an overview and data with a particular focus on behavioral health.
The 2016 Nursing Degree Programs Annual Data Report includes graduation, enrollment and other data related to CUNY’s AAS, BS, MS, and doctoral degree programs in nursing.
In 2016 CUNY released a report describing patterns of attendance and performance of 1199SEIU represented workers at CUNY, following up on previous reports completed in 2009 and 2013.
The 2015 Nursing Degree Programs Annual Data Report includes graduation, enrollment and other data related to CUNY’s AAS, BS, MS, and doctoral degree programs in nursing.
The 2014 Post-Graduate Outcomes Report analyzes wage, labor market and other outcome data of recent nursing graduates.
The 2013 Nurse Graduate Survey Summary Report identifies graduates perceptions of their CUNY education and transitions from CUNY to the workplace.
A 2013 case study project describes NYC’s emerging healthcare workforce within Health Homes.
An assessment of CUNY nursing faculty presents data on their professional development needs.
The Community Health Center Workforce Project is an ongoing research initiative, investigating the workforce needs and trends within the evolving healthcare landscape in New York State.. The summary report presents findings from survey, interviews and focus groups.
The 2012 Summary Report on Medical Assisting at CUNY provides an analysis of the profession and an overview of results of a survey of graduates.
A survey of CUNY Nursing graduates was completed in Fall 2008, and examined graduates’ educational experiences, their experiences as new registered nurses (RNs), and their experiences in the labor market.