Entries by Alex Roland

GNYC Announces Faculty Challenge Grant

Graduate NYC’s goal is to create dramatic increases in the number of students who earn college degrees. Through this challenge grant, GNYC seeks to leverage insights from those who work most closely with college students—college faculty—in an effort to increase student success on campuses throughout New York City. Faculty applicants are encouraged to think creatively […]

How to Use Graduate NYC’s New Interactive Map

Through an extensive outreach process with the college access and success community, this interactive mapping feature was created to communicate the incredible amount of work happening throughout the five boroughs to support students to and through college. The site has an array of features that we hope will aid the College Access and Success community […]

GNYC celebrates May as our first ever Transfer Awareness Month

In May 2016, Graduate NYC & NYC College Line are celebrating our first ever Transfer Awareness Month. Throughout the month, GNYC will share data and information to increase awareness about additional obstacles to college completion students face when transferring from a two-year to a four-year college. Consider the following: Nationally, nearly 40% of all first-time […]

Transfer Policies, Practices and Research: Supporting Successful Transitions from Two-Year to Four-Year Degree Programs

Co-Sponsored by: Date: Thursday, April 7, 2016 Keynote: Dr. Vita C. Rabinowitz, Executive Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs and University Provost, The City University of New York Student Speakers: Josue Pierette and Stephen Icaza College President Panel: President Karen Gould, Brooklyn College President Farley Herzek, Kingsborough Community College Presdeint Gail Mellow, LaGuardia Community College President Felix […]