CUNY

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CUNYCity University of New York
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CUNY has received more than 69,000 freshman applications for fall admission.
CUNY s requirements include, but are not limited to, the key considerations described below.
Medgar Evers College, a historically African American college in Brooklyn, is part of the CUNY system in New York City.
Recently, the Department of Buildings and the Department of Cultural affairs unveiled an installation of public artwork on CUNY Hunter College's School of Social Work's construction site on Third Avenue between East 118th and 119th.
That's almost 60 percent greater than its nearest CUNY peer.
CUNY intends to roll-out the RightAnswers Unified Knowledge Suite within its remaining institutions: ten senior colleges, six community colleges, the William E.
In this spirit, the 3rd Annual CUNY Young African Leadership Symposium calls for participants to see the youth as important stakeholders in Africa's development.
We are proud of the Law School's strong links with Irwin Mitchell and CUNY and hope future students can continue to benefit from this fantastic scholarship.
CUNY Chancellor Matthew Goldstein remarked on the importance of preparing students for college and the need for further investment to bring programs like ASAP to greater scale.
CUNY is not only providing interactive media instruction to budding professional journalists, but some of its students are helping train citizen journalists to contribute content to two New York Times Web sites dubbed The Local.
The essay called "The Cranky, Utterly Indispensable Alfred Kazin" brought me, a former CUNY colleague, closer to an intrinsic understanding of a great American critic and writer than I ever had before.
Contributions discuss the historical evolution of CUNY, current debates over curriculum at CUNY's constituent colleges, experiences with general education reform, and the roles of individual disciplines in the construction of general education.