Scholarship News

CCNY MFA students win film awards

Nine current and recent students from the MFA Film Program at The City College of New York are recipients of awards and scholarships for their short documentary and fiction films.

Queens College to Host First-Ever Cornerstone Theater Company Institute Summer Residency to be Held Outside of it’s Home State of California

Cornerstone Theater Company, a California-based troupe with an innovative approach to producing plays, will hold its first Institute Summer Residency outside of its home state at Queens College this July and August.

Google Brings ”IT Support Professional Certificate” to Over 25 Community Colleges, Including LaGuardia Community College

Grow with Google, Google’s initiative to create economic opportunities for Americans, supporting JFF, a workforce development leader, to integrate program into community colleges 14 additional employers sign on to consider program graduates for jobs Long Island City (June 25, 2018)—Today, Grow with Google announced that it will bring the IT Support Professional Certificate to over 25 community colleges, including LaGuardia […]


  On June 1st, John Jay’s 2018 student council members were officially sworn in by President Karol V. Mason. Everyone on the team is excited for the coming academic year, and each of them has specific goals for the College, the faculty, and their fellow students. We chatted with a few of them to learn […]

CCNY Senior Ana Guerrero, 53, and four others win Gilman scholarships

Ana Guerrero, an Ecuadorian immigrant who at age 53 proudly proclaims herself a role model for her three children, is one of five City College of New York students headed to Africa and Europe on Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarships. The competitive national award provides support for overseas travel and research.

CUNY BA Student Libby Ho Wins US Department of State Critical Language Scholarship to Study Chinese

CUNY Baccalaureate for Unique and Interdisciplinary Studies student Libby Ho will study Chinese language in Changchun, China with a  US Department of State Critical Language Scholarship during Summer 2018. Ho, a Macaulay Honors College student based at the City College of New York, is pursuing her studies in Human Physiology through CUNY BA. The Critical […]

LaGuardia Community College Confers More than 1,600 Associate’s Degrees at 46th Commencement Ceremony

Activist Shaun King delivered keynote; Bronx Borough President Rubén Díaz Jr. delivered alumni address; Student address delivered by Karina Ramos-Caraballo, a 25-year-old secondary education major & mom of a 2-year-old daughter June 5, 2018 More than 1,600 [1] New Yorkers celebrated earning their associate’s degrees at LaGuardia Community College’s 46th Commencement Ceremony, held this morning at Barclays Center […]

Daring LaGuardians—Stories of Four Members of the LaGuardia Community College 2018 Graduating Class

More than 1,600 New Yorkers are expected to celebrate earning their associate’s degree at tomorrow’s  2018 Commencement for LaGuardia Community College. Since it’s a large number, we want to share the stories of four members of the Class of 2018. Stories that are emblematic of LaGuardia Community College, where a typical student might be considered “non-traditional” […]

Invested in Student Success

Launched in 2015 with the generous support of Martin D. Sass ’63, Brooklyn College’s M.D. Sass Investment Institute has ensured that students gain the real-world financial experience and access to Wall Street movers and shakers that give them an edge in the job market. By ROBERT JONES JR. M.D. Sass, which manages over $7 billion in […]

172nd CCNY Commencement salutes Class of 2018

At age 55, John Kopyta, a soft-spoken 6-foot-four former Marine, can proudly claim another battle. He graduates from The City College of New York on June 1 with a 4.00 GPA, more than 30 years after leaving the University of South Florida as a sophomore and later overcoming homelessness.