Registration for fall, 2014 is now open and all students and those interested in attending Medgar Evers College (MEC) are encouraged to apply and/or register, today! At Medgar Evers College, we host an exciting array of degree programs that are the foundation of our ongoing mission to connect our curriculum closely to your success in […]
Saturday, December 21st, Medgar Evers College and The People of the Sun Middle Passage Collective partnered for the annual “Feed the Need” and Kwanzaa celebration. The event supports men, women and children living in shelters throughout the city. The festivities included spoken word, dance, song, food and gifts for the children and adults in attendance. […]
In keeping with the spirit of the holiday season, Medgar Evers College (MEC) teamed up with a number of corporate and community sponsors to host a turkey giveaway for those in need. Wal-Mart, One Hundred Black Men, Inc. of New York, Bridge Street Development Corporation, Bridge Street AME Church, Ethylene Henderson Women’s Missionary Society and […]
Medgar Evers College (MEC) is gearing up for a Black History Month packed with informative, inspiring and entertaining events. The month kicks off with a forum entitled, “Reclaiming Our Ancestral Legacy through Courage, Strength and Fortitude, and continues on with a community blood drive, Black history trivia game, poetry slam, panel discussions and more. All […]
The Medgar Evers College (MEC) Pipeline Initiative is now accepting applications for the new Blast program. The program gives students aged 13 and up vital enrichment in a number of areas and helps foster a greater interest in college-going by placing them in a higher education environment. Students will be exposed to a variety of […]
Big changes are heading our way! April, 2014, Medgar Evers College will transition from the current eSIMS system and over to CUNYfirst Campus Solutions. The Fully Integrated Resources and Services Tool (First) will be our new suite of technology tools, which will replace our rapidly aging Student Information Management System (SIMS). The benefits for students, […]
The Charles Evans Inniss Memorial Library, conveniently located in the Carroll Street Building, is pleased to sponsor a “Library Loaner Laptop” program. Starting, January 27, 2014, a limited quantity of laptop computers are available for students to check out on a three hour, three week or three month basis. All currently registered students in good standing are […]
Every writer needs a proofreader. Whether you are in the brainstorming phase of an assignment or whether you are requesting a second pair of eyes on a final term paper, the Medgar Evers College Writing Center is here to assist. Centrally-located in the heart of campus, in the Bedford Building, a team of qualified tutors […]
ABC 7’s Sandra Bookman sat down with President Rudolph F. Crew to learn more about his vision for Medgar Evers College (MEC).
Medgar Evers College and the Central Brooklyn Martin Luther King, Jr. Commission partner for event paying homage to the late Civil Rights leader
To All Students, Faculty and Staff: Due to the snowstorm, all Medgar Evers College classes and regular business operations are CANCELLED for FRIDAY, JANUARY 3, 2014. Only those classified as Essential Staff need to report to work. We expect the campus to fully resume all normal operations on Saturday, January 4, 2014. Thank you. David […]
Three Medgar Evers College students are gearing up for a grand, international adventure as they continue to pursue their undergraduate degrees.
Nine deserving Medgar Evers College students will have something extra special to celebrate this holiday season.
This spring, three more Medgar Evers College students are heading abroad as a part of their studies and they need your help.
Winter is officially here and that means the likelihood that you could catch the flu has increased. Annually, more than 200,000 people are hospitalized due to complications from the flu virus, but you don’t have to be one in that unfortunate number.
Today, Medgar Evers College remembers the life and legacy of John Fitzgerald Kennedy, the 35th President of the United States of America. Fifty years ago, on this day in November, President Kennedy was assassinated in Dallas, Texas.
Wednesday, November 20, the 2013 Medgar Evers College fall Open House welcomed dozens interested in choosing the institution for their higher education needs. Participants included both high school students and adults hoping to go back to school to earn a degree.
Some Medgar Evers College (MEC) faculty and students are preparing to launch their work into low-earth orbit on a NASA Atlas V Rocket. CUNYSAT-1, the first satellite of the CUNYSAT program, based at MEC, will be launched in December, 2013 as part of NASA’s ElaNa II/GEMSAT mission. The CUNYSAT-1, a class of cube-shaped research nanosatellites called CubeSats traditionally launched as a part of larger NASA missions, will be monitoring satellite spin and battery and solar panel efficiencies. CUNYSAT-1 has already been integrated into the launch vehicle and is scheduled for launch from Vandenberg Air force Base in California.
The 2014 National Black Writers Conference draws ever closer. Dr. Brenda Greene, Executive Director of the Medgar Evers College (MEC) Center for Black Literature, was recently interviewed about the Center and the Conference — one of the most highly-anticipated events in Black literary circles.
Monday was the official kick off of Graduate School Awareness Month and Medgar Evers College is pulling out all the stops to ensure every student is aware of the educational opportunities available to them. The Career Management Services Center will host a series of workshops and events that will provide students with information about pursuing their […]