CUNY BA and the CUNY Graduate Center are pleased to offer a new opportunity to CUNY BA students. CUNY BA students who are in good standing and have interests in graduate study in the humanities and social sciences may, in … Continued
CUNY BA Information Sessions Interested in designing your own bachelor’s degree in CUNY (City University of New York)? Information sessions for prospective students cover the program overview, degree requirements, and application process. Sessions begin promptly and are approximately one hour … Continued
The Scholarship applications are now open We are now accepting applications for several scholarships for CUNY Baccalaureate students. Applications/instructions are available online, and the submission deadline for all scholarships is Friday, October 4, 2019 at 5pm. All letters of recommendation must … Continued
TEDxCUNY is currently recruiting enrolled CUNY students for their 2019-2020 executive organizing team. Applications, and more about the organization, can be found here, and students interested in speaking can look out for a late Fall application opening. Faculty are also … Continued
Interested in pursuing graduate school? Please join Associate Director of Admissions at The CUNY Graduate Center Gerry Martini and CUNY BA in late September for a workshop on how to best start preparing for the application process. We will cover … Continued
We are pleased to announce that we will host a book talk with CUNY BA student Amber Scorah, moderated by CUNY BA alum Mohamad Bazzi (’97), for her recently published memoir Leaving the Witness: Exiting a Religion and Finding a … Continued
Reminder to CUNY BA students that CUNY offices are closed on Fridays during the summer (see specific dates below). We suggest looking on the site for questions regarding applying, advisement, and transcripts. Email your advisor or email@example.com and someone will … Continued
CUNY BA student Amber Scorah was raised a Jehovah’s Witness and was taught that her purpose in life was to preach and save others. Her zeal brought her to Mainland China where she learned Mandarin, preached underground, started a highly successful … Continued
Amna Azeem As a person who came to the United States from Pakistan as a teenager, Amna Azeem feels her future is informed by her background. “Being a ﬁrst-generation immigrant and an ethnic and religious minority have helped my academic … Continued
Barbara Price Fellowship 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. Eligibility Requirements: In order to be … Continued
The Percy E. Sutton SEEK program and the Office of Student Activities present The Journey of LeadHERship: Breaking the Glass Ceiling. The Journey of LeadHership, hosted by SEEK and Student Activities, will have a panel of distinguished women discussing their … Continued
Calanda/Queens College Perugia Language and Culture program has been promoted as the most affordable
study abroad program in Italy.
CUNY Baccalaureate’s 2019 Commencement Ceremony will take place at the CUNY Graduate Center on Monday, June 3, 2019 at 10:30am. Eligible graduates should have received information by email in late-February. Full details are here. Be sure to sign up … Continued
Making Work Visible contest is open to CUNY undergraduates with a poem, essay, fiction piece or artwork that can relate to the theme “Making Work Visible” The application process is easy, details are at LaborArts.org/contest.
The 2019 CUNY Baccalaureate Commencement Ceremony will take place in the CUNY Graduate Center’s Proshansky Auditorium on Monday, June 3, 2019 at 10:30am. Eligible participants will receive more information in early March, so check your email and check back … Continued