Check out the very first CUNY BA Newsletter. Learn more about how it started, and read the entire Newsletter.
Check out a memo inviting committee members to the first CUNY BA University Committee meeting. Learn more about the committee and read the entire document.
Check out the entire Board of Higher Education resolution document that established the CUNY BA program in 1971. Learn more about and read the document yourself.
The City University of New York was established by an act of the State Legislature in 1961 and thereafter the University was authorized to award the degree of Doctor of Philosophy. In 1969, the Board of Higher Education recommended that…
It is with great sadness that we announce the recent passing of Regina Matthews, a beloved member of our CUNY Baccalaureate community who worked with us as Coordinator of Alumni Affairs, Scholarships, and Special Events. Her dedication to our program…
Thomas W. Smith Academic Fellowships are funded through a donation by Mr. Thomas W. Smith to recognize academic excellence. Subject to maintenance of good academic standing, awards are renewable until the recipient completes their minimum degree requirements.
We are pleased to offer the Barbara Price Fellowship to support newly admitted CUNY BA students with demonstrated financial need. This is a one-time fellowship of $2,500 for first semester students.
In memory of her mother, CUNY Baccalaureate alumna Pennell Somsen (B.A., 2015) established The Anne Duncan Somsen Memorial Fund to offer financial assistance to students who are entering CUNY BA for the first time and who are the first in their families to pursue a college education.
This scholarship, made possible by Mary Beth and Richard Ketchum in memory of their parents, is for CUNY BA students studying, working in, or preparing for careers in health, human services, social welfare or education.
In honor of Religious Studies Professor and CUNY BA faculty mentor Barbara Sproul, this scholarship has been established for CUNY BA students who are pursuing religious studies directly or an interdisciplinary field that includes religious studies.