Hurricane Sandy impacted our college in a multitude of ways. Many students, faculty, and staff have been living without power, others have lost everything—food, clothing, even their homes. In response to this disaster, the New Community College at CUNY established the NCC Cares Sandy Relief Fund to provide emergency support for students, faculty and staff […]
Hurricane Sandy Relief Prime Goal of 2012 “CUNY MONTH”
The following resources are available to the CUNY community and include outside agencies offering support and services to students, faculty, and staff dealing with the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy. Please refer to this website for information and updates, particularly to access services for students.
For your convenience, a number of additional critical support services are listed below. Water Distribution Centers http://www.nyc.gov/html/misc/html/2012/foodandwater.html Food Stamps and other City benefits (They will be tabling in the NAC on November 13th and December 6th from 11:00 am – 2:00 pm) http://www.cucs.org/service-programs/community-based-services/community-based-single-stops/central-harlem-east-harlem-and-bronx-single-stops List of Emergency Shelters for Hurricane Sandy: http://www.nyc.gov/html/misc/html/2012/hurricane_shelters.html Daytime Warming Center Locations: […]
Dear Students, After a very difficult week, I welcome everyone in the NCC community—students, faculty and staff—back as we re-open NCC on Monday, November 5. With so many among us without power, heat or water and others with serious property damage, it will be good to see you Monday and resume our lives together. CUNY […]
Dear Students: Faculty and staff at the NCC are concerned about you and your loved ones. We want to continue to provide you with some resources to assist you during this challenging time for our city. Stress, concern and a range of emotions are normal and we want to make sure you are well. Below […]
Monday, August 20—NCC welcomes inaugural class at the New York Public Library, and Mayor Michael Bloomberg receives Chancellor’s Medal. To read full article and watch highlights from the day’s celebration, click here>>
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Gov. Andrew Cuomo approved creation of The New Community College – CUNY’s seventh community college and the University’s first new college in more than four decades – in a Sept. 20 letter to Education Commissioner John B. King Jr., Chancellor Matthew Goldstein has announced.
At its quarterly meeting held in New York on June 9, 2011, Carnegie Corporation of New York’s Board of Trustees approved 36 grants totaling $18,635,000.