Five Exemplary Incoming Students to be Selected for the Scholarship Program  Interested Applicants Should Apply Here  Governor Kathy Hochul today announced that the State University of New York is now accepting 2022 applications for the Carey Gabay Memorial Scholarship. The scholarship honors Carey Gabay, an attorney and public servant who was tragically killed as an innocent victim of gun violence in 2015.Continue Reading

Photo: @CityCollegeNY Announces CUNY’s First-Ever Game Design Bachelor’s Degree With $2 Million Investment Introduces NYC’s First-Ever Game Development Industry Council New York City Mayor Eric Adams today took steps to transform the city into a global hub for the digital games industry by announcing The City University of New YorkContinue Reading

Recently preserved Belmont Shores Mobile Estates by prominent local Architect Roy Sealey In-person programs and signature offered events from June 8 to 12, 2022 Long Beach Architecture Week (LBAW) announces its 2022 return and will host another event series from June 8 to 12, 2022. This year’s iteration is the firstContinue Reading

St John’s University New Health Sciences Center New State-Of-The-Art Facility Features 70,000 Square Feet of Energy-Efficient Classrooms, Labs, Office Space  Center Will House New Nursing Program and Unite University’s Wide-Ranging Health Sciences Offerings within Single Comprehensive Learning Environment  On International Nurses Day, Investment Reflects Broader Commitment to New York’s Healthcare Workforce GovernorContinue Reading

Additional $5.2M Increase in FY 2023 State Budget to Include Additional Campuses and Open 1,000 More Spots for Students Governor Kathy Hochul today announced the expansion of SUNY’s life-changing Educational Opportunity Program to include four additional SUNY campuses: Cayuga County Community College, Corning Community College, Rockland Community College, and TompkinsContinue Reading

Image Credit: Take A Look…The Universe Is Yours!, 2019. By Jennifer Mack-Watkins On Juneteenth weekend, the Festival will bring together book lovers and their favorite authors for a community-wide celebration. This event expands on the Center’s 97-year tradition of championing authors of African descent from across the nation and theContinue Reading

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Photo by CDC on Pexels.com Schools Across NYC Celebrate First-Ever New York City Scholarship Month Participating Families Encouraged to Activate and View NYC Scholarship Accounts New York City Mayor Eric Adams today announced investments in the future of New York City children, giving 97 percent of kindergartners across the cityContinue Reading

Legislation S.5924-C/A.6938-B Ensures Students Have Access to Transcript Data Necessary to Complete Their Degree and Obtain Employment Governor Previously Ordered SUNY and CUNY to End this Practice Accomplishes 2022 State of the State Goal of Ending Transcript Withholding Statewide Governor Kathy Hochul today signed legislation S.5924-C/A.6938-B that prohibits colleges fromContinue Reading

Legislation (S.6744/A.7981) Removes Archaic Stigmatizing Term ‘Incorrigible’ to Protect Students      Legislation (S.6529/A.9391) Prohibits Intimidation and Retaliation Against Students Who File Complaints Against Proprietary Schools      Governor Kathy Hochul today signed legislation to protect the rights of students in New York by eliminating a sexist and racist term from certain sections of education law. LegislationContinue Reading