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  • New York Daily News published “College completion: an inequality crisis” where  “the CUNY ASAP initiative has more than doubled graduation rates among participating students.” Read more>>

  • The Center for an Urban Future published “Degrees of Difficulty: Boosting College Success in New York City” (December 2017) citing CUNY ASAP as an “initiative that has supported student success.” Read more>>

  • CUNY ASAP is featured in Matter of Fact with Soledad O’Brian’s recent video “A Little Help Goes a Long Way in Doubling the Community College Grad Rates. Watch here>>

  • The Accelerated Study in Associate Programs (ASAP) Free Metro Card incentive was mentioned in Inside Higher ED‘s thought exercise “If You Had $500,000 to Spend…” Read more>>

  • “Excelencia in Education, a D.C.-based organization that seeks to advance Latino success in postsecondary education, recognized the Accelerated Study in Associate Programs (ASAP) as one of the four programs for the 2017 Examples of Excelencia.” Read more>>

  • Statement from Chancellor James B. Milliken on President’s decision to rescind Deferred Action For Childhood Arrivals (DACA) Read statement here>>

  • The Washington Post released an article “Revolutionizing the university for the digital era,” mentioning CUNY ASAP as a program that’s “more than doubling the graduation rates at community colleges in New York City.” Read more>>

  • Chancellor Reaffirms CUNY’s Commitment to Inclusiveness, Equality and Respect Read more>>

  • The City Journal  published an article “American Dream Machine” stating “The City University of New York aggressively moves poor kids into the middle class.” CUNY Start and CUNY ASAP are both cited in the article stating the programs “are aimed at further improving low-income students’ college readiness and graduation rates. Both are showing promising results. Read more>>

  • Jasmine Rodriguez, ASAP Graduate (2017) and Hostos Community College Valedictorian, is featured in Hostos’ Commencement Highlight Video. View here>>