CUNY plans for a hybrid fall semester in which most classes are at least partially online and international students are able to remain in the country.
CUNY remains undecided about whether it will hold in-person classes this fall.
Students shared what a tuition hike would mean for them, and USS asked that the city “fund CUNY, not cops.”
Businessman and university lecturer Suraj Patel hopes to unseat Rep. Carolyn Maloney to represent New York’s 12th congressional district in the U.S. House of Representatives.
In the wake of George Floyd’s death at the hands of a police officer, black students at Hunter College suggested ways the administration can be more supportive.
Between COVID-19 and the fragile financial state the university was already in, CUNY might just be at a breaking point.
Preliminary election results show that Hardik Bhaskar has been elected president of Undergraduate Student Government, and the slate A Hunter United has won the most seats.
New York State plans to cut spending on localities by $8.2 billion in fiscal year 2021, according to the state’s financial plan released on Saturday.
Featured on the list of localities is higher education, which includes CUNY, its state equivalent SUNY and financial aid programs like the Tuition Assistance Program.
Students Told to Leave College of Staten Island Dormitory, Vice President Cites Need for Temporary Hospitals
Student-residents at the College of Staten Island’s Dolphin Cove dormitory were told Monday evening to leave their dorm rooms by 6 p.m. Tuesday night, though the move-out deadline was later changed to Thursday. The dormitory may be used by the State of New York as a temporary makeshift hospital for coronavirus patients.
Whether she’s talking to a presidential candidate or a United Nations commission or anyone else, Jaslin Kaur is not afraid to say what she must.