A recent PBS NewsHour segment notes that “states across the country are watching an effort in New York City that promises to more than double graduation rates at community colleges.” That effort is the Accelerated Study in Associate Programs, which provide CUNY students with the academic, social, and financial support they need to graduate with an Associate in Arts or Associate in Applied Science degree in no more than three years.
CCCRC Membership for 2014-2016.
The following message from Interim Chancellor William P. Kelly was sent to CUNY College Presidents and Deans on February 3, 2014.
CUNY’s Pathways initiative is in full effect this fall, as required by the resolution passed by the CUNY Board of Trustees in June 2011. Pathways ensures that students transferring among CUNY campuses will not lose general education, major, or elective credits.
CCCRC membership for 2013-14.
We are completely on track for full implementation of Pathways this fall, as required by the June 2011 Board of Trustees resolution.
In spring 2013, a new committee was created to determine the first three to six courses that lead into the major in computer science.
Final recommendations on gateway courses for the political science major.
The committee, which continues to be chaired by Professor Philip Kasinitz, has been reconstituted for the remainder of the spring semester. In its current format, the committee will divide into three subcommittees, each of which will have its own chair and will be composed of tenured faculty.
Questions and answers regarding Pathways General Education Requirements at CUNY (April 2013)