The Board of Directors of Rochdale Village and The City University of New York Co-Sponsor CUNY Information Fair Saturday, June 16, 2001

June 14, 2001 | The University

The Board of Directors of the Rochdale Village Inc. and The City University of New York will co-sponsor a CUNY-wide College Information Fair at the Rochdale Village Community Center in Jamaica, Queens, Saturday, June 16th from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

The CUNY Fair is open to all who are interested in higher educational opportunities at the University’s eleven senior colleges, six community colleges, graduate center, law school and medical school. The university offers degrees in engineering, architecture and nursing among many other careers. Tuition is affordable and many scholarship and financial aid plans are available. Special senior citizen rates are available.

University Chancellor Matthew Goldstein will address the attendees and answer questions. Other prominent speakers will include York College President Charles C. Kidd, Sr. and D. Michael Anglin, Chairperson of the CUNY Student Senate.

Free lunch will be provided at the event.

Counselors will be available for one-on-one sessions with prospective students to discuss academic programs and to offer information on financial aid and scholarships, freshman admissions, transfers and graduate applications and certificate programs.

Information will also be available on the new CUNY Honors College for high achieving students, weekend college programs for working adults, and language immersion programs.

Rochdale Village Community Center is located at 169-65 137th Avenue. To get to the CUNY fair by mass transit take the E train to Archer Avenue and transfer to the Q85 bus or the F train to Parson Boulevard and Hillside Avenue and transfer to the Q111. Rochdale Village is served by Long Island Rail Road to the Locust Manor station. By car take the Belt Parkway to the Farmers Boulevard exit and continue to 137th Avenue and Rochdale Village.

For further information about the City University of New York visit www.cuny.edu or call toll-free 1-800-CUNY-YES.