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THE LATEST AT CUNY
YEAR IN REVIEW
Across the University these past 12 months, there were small steps on the long path back to normalcy and bigger moments that helped lead the city’s recovery and advance CUNY’s mission of access and opportunity despite the lingering uncertainty of the pandemic.
The coronavirus pandemic has taken a considerable toll on the CUNY community, and each name honored on our special memorial page represents a person who is fondly remembered and deeply missed. We invite you to leave sympathy messages to celebrate and commemorate their contributions and lives.
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Since 1985, CUNY TV has been educating, informing, and entertaining viewers across New York City. Their award-winning programming offers a taste of CUNY’s vibrant colleges, as well as the most pressing issues of our time.
Chancellor Matos Rodríguez
A member of the CUNY community for two decades, Chancellor Matos Rodríguez is using his platform as the first educator of color and first Latino in the role to ensure that the University excels at our mission to serve and elevate New Yorkers of all backgrounds.
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Every year, hundreds of thousands of students – including a record 274,000 degree-credit students – choose The City University of New York for a multitude of reasons that can be summed up as one: opportunity. Providing a quality, accessible education, regardless of background or means, has been CUNY’s mission since 1847.
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CUNY is committed to maintaining a safe environment at all times and is a strong supporter of New York State’s policies and laws against sexual assault on college campuses.