Crain’s New York Business (March 24, 2015) features CUNY’s ASAP program and Guttman Community College in a piece about how community colleges are trying to get more students to graduate. Read online: Trying to get community-school students to graduation (CUNY ASAP Program) No more waiting for education results (Guttman)
Capital New York publishes Scaling up intimacy at CUNY: The Guttman Community College experiment, an article explaining the Guttman model and how it is scaling up.
The Center for Community College Student Engagement (CCCSE) has just released A Matter of Degrees: Practices to Pathways, the third in a series of reports that focuses on identifying and promoting high impact practices at community colleges. The series is funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and the Lumina Foundation. The new report […]
The Chronicle of Higher Education showcases Guttman’s supportive first-year educational model as part of its Diversity in Academe 2014 feature. Read more… Printer Friendly Version
Guttman Community College is proudly hosting Citizenship NOW! for the third year. The 12th annual Citizenship NOW! hotline is co-sponsored by the New York Daily News and the City University of New York (CUNY) to provide free and confidential citizenship and immigration information to thousands of callers. It is the largest program of its kind […]
DNAinfo features 19-year-old Guttman first-year student Austin Ochoa, who was recently appointed to Community Board 4 by Manhattan Borough President Gale Brewer’s office. He will be among the youngest members in the Board’s history. Read more…
Jamie P. Merisotis, President and CEO of Lumina Foundation, discussed Guttman Community College as a good example of change-oriented institutional leadership in his keynote address, Can We Win the Global Access Challenge?, at the Inaugural World Congress on Access to Postsecondary Education, October 7, Montreal, Canada. Read Jamie P. Merisotis’s full talk. Lumina Foundation is providing […]
Guttman Community College recently received recognition from The Democracy Commitment (TDC), a national initiative providing a platform for the development and expansion of community college programs, projects and curricula to engage students in civic learning and democratic practice across the country. Two Guttman Community programs were featured: Trending News Update, a forum for Guttman students […]
Read AAC&U News feature story about Guttman’s innovative educational model.
Community College Week showcases The NCC as part of its 2012 Year in Review feature. To read the article, click here