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  • 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>>

     

  • Hostos Community College ASAP Student, Arelys Pena, class of 2017, was featured in Caiman Magazine (pages 19-22). ASAP Students Lumumba Woods, Magdalena Diaz and ASAP Alum, Octrisha Parker, HCC-ASAP Class of 2012 are also featured in the magazine. Read more>>

     

  • Politico recently published “CUNY Celebrates First Graduate From New Program,” congratulating ACE Student, Piotr Tandek,  who received his bachelor’s degree from John Jay College of Criminal Justice in just two years. Read more>>

  • Democrats Unveil Legislation to Boost College Completion as part of the Aim Higher initiative. CUNY’s Accelerated Study in Associate Programs cited as the model for the Community College Student Success Act. Read more>>.

     

  • The Center for Postsecondary and Economic Success at CLASP recently published in their HEA Issue Brief Series ASAP A Successful Multi-Faceted Innovation to Promote Equity in Affordability, Persistence, and Completion. Read more>>

  • CUNY ASAP cited in The New York Times article “Ending the Curse of Remedial Math” Read more>>

  • Hostos STEM Stars, Willy Baez and Madieng Diao, Take First Place at New York State Conference Read more>>

     

  • CUNY Newswire: CUNY’s Associate Degree-Completion Program Huge Cost-Saver Over Traditional Approach, Independent Study Finds.  Read More>>