In the midst of a global pandemic, we transferred to a virtual world, leaving students and faculty alike scrambling to adjust to Zoom University. Students preparing for graduate education, in particular, remained at a severe disadvantage as research, internships, and extracurricular activities were halted, preventing them from gaining relevant, expected experience prior to applying or matriculating to their respective programs.
CUNY BA student Curtis Howard shares his journey with CUNY Baccalaureate.
The CUNY BA Student Showcase is an opportunity for CUNY BA students to share their exciting work and build community.
This information session will answer questions for current faculty mentors as well as provide information for other full-time faculty members interested in becoming CUNY BA mentors
Have Questions About CUNY BA? Stop By Our Virtual Open House on October 14. Ask questions on how you can design your own degree in CUNY! #CUNY #CUNYBA
The CUNY Immigrant Student Ambassadors program will match CUNY DOE alums with current high school students to provide academic advisement, college planning, and career coaching.
CUNY BA Student, Karl Taps interviews CUNY BA Academic Advisor and City College of New York Professor, Rafal Szczurowski
Unforeseen Transformations and Openness during Unprecedented Times Samantha Bodamer (Russian Literature & Film Studies, Hunter College ‘23) On the cusp of the COVID-19 crisis, I received acceptance as a transfer student to Hunter College. As a married, first-generation student, this…
CUNY BA staff will continue to meet with students virtually during this initial transition period.
CUNY BA is going on a four-day workweek program for the summer. Offices will be (virtually) closed during the following Fridays.