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THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES The City University of New York ORIENTATION HANDBOOK

SUMMER 2014


Board of Trustees

Vice Chancellors

College Presidents

Benno Schmidt Chairperson

Jay Hershenson Senior Vice Chancellor for University Relations

Michelle J. Anderson, Dean, CUNY School of Law

Philip Alfonso Berry Vice Chairperson Valerie Lancaster Beal Wellington Z. Chen Rita DiMartino Freida D. Foster Judah Gribetz Joseph J. Lhota Hugo M. Morales, M.D. Brian D. Obergfell Peter S. Pantaleo Kathleen M. Pesile Carol A. Robles-Roman Barry F. Schwartz Charles A. Shorter Jeffrey S. Wiesenfeld Muhammad W. Arshad ex-officio Terrence F. Martell ex-officio Jay Hershenson Secretary Frederick P. Schaffer General Counsel

Officers William P. Kelly Interim Chancellor Allan H. Dobrin Executive Vice Chancellor and Chief Operating Officer Julia Wrigley Acting Executive Vice Chancellor and University Provost

Frank D. Sanchez Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs Frederick P. Schaffer Senior Vice Chancellor for Legal Affairs Marc V. Shaw Senior Vice Chancellor for Budget, Finance and Fiscal Policy Pamela S. Silverblatt Labor Relations Gillian Small Research Gloriana B. Waters Human Resources Management Iris Weinshall Facilities Planning, Construction and Management Brian Cohen, Associate Vice Chancellor and Chief Information Officer Matthew Sapienza, Associate Vice Chancellor, Budget and Finance

Sarah Bartlett, Dean, The Graduate School of Journalism Diane Bova Call Queensborough Community College Lisa S. Coico City College of New York Rudolph F. Crew Medgar Evers College Scott E. Evenbeck Guttman Community College Ricardo R. Fernández Herbert H. Lehman College William J. Fritz, Interim President, College of Staten Island Karen L. Gould Brooklyn College Russell K. Hotzler New York City College of Technology Carole M. Berotte Joseph Bronx Community College Marcia V. Keizs York College Ann Kirschner, Dean The William E. Macaulay Honors College Gail O. Mellow LaGuardia Community College John Mogulescu, Dean School of Professional Studies Ayman El-Mohandes, Dean The CUNY School of Public Health Evangelos John Gizis Interim President, Queens College Antonio Pérez Borough of Manhattan Community College Stuart Suss Kingsborough Community College Jennifer J. Raab Hunter College Chase F. Robinson, Interim President, The CUNY Graduate Center Félix V. Matos Rodríguez Eugenio Maria de Hostos Community College Jeremy Travis John Jay College of Criminal Justice Mitchel B. Wallerstein Bernard M. Baruch College


Office of the Secretary of the Board of Trustees 646 664-9001 205 East 42nd Street, 18th floor New York, NY 10017 cuny.edu


Table of Contents 2014 Schedule of the Board of Trustees’ meetings ..................................................................

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Committees and Subcommittees of the Board of Trustees ..................................................

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About The City University of New York/Facts and Figures ..................................................

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More about CUNY ..........................................................................................................................

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Board of Trustees: Composition, terms of office, appointments, and representation activities......................

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Officers of the Board of Trustees..................................................................................................

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The Office of the Secretary of the Board of Trustees ..............................................................

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The Meetings of the Board of Trustees ......................................................................................

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The Public and Borough Hearings of the Board of Trustees..................................................

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The Regular Meetings of the Board of Trustees ...................................................................... 10 The Board of Trustees’ online access and presence ................................................................ 11 - 13 The Chancellor’s University Report and the Board of Trustees .......................................... 14-15

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2014 Schedule of the Board of Trustees’ Meetings MONTH

STANDING COMMITTEES * start at 4:00 p.m.

PUBLIC HEARINGS start at 5:00 p.m.

BOARD MEETINGS start at 4:30 p.m.

January

1/6

1/21

1/27

February

2/3

2/18

2/24

April

4/7

4/28

5/5

June

6/2

6/23

6/30

September

9/8

9/22

9/29

November

11/3

11/24

12/1

* Meeting start times are subject to revision; updated information can be accessed at http://www.cuny.edu/ about/trustees/meetings.html • Except where noted otherwise, the regular Board of Trustees’ meetings are held on Mondays. • The Board of Trustees’ Borough Hearings are held concurrently with its public hearings, as follows: The Borough of Brooklyn in February; the Borough of Queens in April; the Borough of the Bronx in June, and the Borough of Manhattan in September. The Borough of Staten Island hearing is held separately in March.

Committees and Subcommittees of the Board of Trustees Each of the Board’s committees consists of a minimum of three Trustee members, a student and faculty representative, and a presidential liaison (non-voting). Membership is determined by the Chairperson of the Board, and the presidential liaison is determined by the Chancellor. Each committee is staffed by a Vice Chancellor with the appropriate portfolio. The Board may establish any standing, ad hoc or special committees/ subcommittees by resolution. At this time, all Standing Committee meetings of the Board are paperless, using tablets provided by CUNY. Standing Committees: 1. Committee on Academic Policy, Programs and Research: This Committee deals with academic policies, programs and research, as well as the review of policies and procedures related to the research efforts of the University and the relationship and liaison with the Research Foundation of the University. 2. Committee on Faculty, Staff, and Administration: This Committee reviews the qualifications for appointment, promotion and tenuring of faculty members, including procedures for Waiver of Bylaws for academic personnel actions. It examines future policy for the disposition of faculty and covers faculty and staff relations and collective bargaining, legal matters, Bylaws provisions relating to the administration of the University, the governance of the University and its units, Waivers of Bylaws for non-academic personnel actions, the review and monitoring of affirmative action and diversity plans and guidelines, the review of senior appointments at the colleges, all administrative procedures and policies related to the administrative operations of the University and its colleges. 3. Committee on Fiscal Affairs: This Committee deals with the fiscal aspects of the University, its operating and capital budgets, policies and procedures relating to all funds, their accounting, auditing and investment. The Subcommittee on Investments and the Subcommittee on Audit report to the Committee on Fiscal Affairs.

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4. Committee on Facilities Planning and Management: This Committee is responsible for the review of the planning and management of construction and rental/lease facilities for the University. 5. Committee on Student Affairs and Special Programs: This Committee is responsible for non-academic matters relating to students–such as student services, student life, special programs and athletics, including student Disciplinary Appeal Hearings, student activity fees, and admissions and financial aid policies for the University. This Committee also monitors and reviews programs such as SEEK and College Discovery. Ad Hoc Committees 1. Executive Committee: The members of this committee consist of the Chairperson and Vice Chairperson of the Board, and the Chairs of each of the five Standing Committees and that is staffed by the Chancellor. The Committee may meet during intervals between meetings of the Board when it is determined that it will be detrimental to CUNY to delay an item until the next scheduled meeting of the Board. 2. Committee on Long Range Planning: This Committee meets on an ad hoc basis to consider Master Plan and Master Plan amendments as well as all long-range planning documents and studies undertaken by the Board and the University. Search Committees A primary responsibility of the Search Committees is to attract and recruit highly qualified candidates, emphasizing to them the advantages of working at CUNY and the benefits of living in New York City. Members of the Board, the Chancellor and presidents, the faculty, staff, and students of the University, as well as community and academic leaders from outside the University may submit nominations to the Search Committee. At least five members of the Board of Trustees, appointed by the Chairperson of the Board, should serve on a presidential search committee. 1. Presidential Search Committees: When a presidential vacancy occurs, or is certain to occur, the Chairperson of the Board of Trustees shall, upon consultation with the Chair of the Board Committee on Faculty, Staff and Administration and the Chancellor establish a Search Committee to seek a new president. Whenever possible, one Board member appointed to a Search Committee should reside in the same borough as the campus seeking a president. The Chairperson, or the Vice Chairperson of the Board in the absence of the Chairperson of the Board, shall be a member ex officio of the Search Committee, and accordingly shall be entitled to vote. 2. Search Committee for a New Chancellor: When a vacancy occurs, or is certain to occur, the Chairperson of the Board of Trustees shall establish a Search Committee to seek a new chancellor. The Chairperson of the Board of Trustees shall serve as Chairperson of the Search Committee and the Vice Chairperson of the Board of Trustees shall serve as Vice Chairperson of the Search Committee. Board members appointed to the Search Committee should reside in each of the five boroughs.

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About The City University of New York The City University of New York provides high-quality, accessible education for more than 270,000 degree-credit students and nearly 248,000 adult, continuing and professional education students at 24 campuses across New York City. The University is an integrated system of senior and community colleges, graduate and professional schools. Facts and Figures:

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. . . More about CUNY

To learn more about the value of CUNY’s affordable education, go to http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NR23F137fio&feature=youtu.be

To learn more about CUNY’s innovative general education initiative, go to http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=4IiBvAjAbNI

To learn more about, and to see the impact of CUNY’s capital campaign, go to http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vyF31WSnEQQ

Details of CUNY’s 2012-2016 Master Plan are available at http://www.cuny.edu/about/masterplan.html

Details of CUNY’s 2013-14 Operating Budget Request are available at http://www.cuny.edu/about/administration/offices/bf/CUNY_Budget_13_14.pdf

Details of CUNY’s FY 2013-14 to FY 2017-18 Five-Year Capital Request are available at http://www.cuny.edu/about/administration/offices/fpcm/departments/cb.html

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CUNY Board of Trustees:

Composition, terms of office, appointments, and representation activities According to New York State Education Law, §6204.2.(a), the CUNY Board of Trustees is a seventeen member board, with ten members appointed by the Governor and five appointed by the Mayor of New York City with the advice and consent of the New York State Senate. Both gubernatorial and mayoral Trustee appointments to the CUNY Board should include at least one resident from each of the five boroughs of New York City. Gubernatorial appointments should include at least two alumni of CUNY colleges, including at least one who is an alumnus of a community college. Mayoral appointments to the CUNY Board should include at least one alumnus from a CUNY college. The elected Chairperson of the University Student Senate is an ex officio voting member of the Board, and the elected Chairperson of the University Faculty Senate is an ex officio non-voting member. Ex officio members are afforded the same parliamentary privileges as are conferred on appointed Trustees. The term of office of each appointed Trustee is seven years, renewable solely for one additional term of seven years. Trustee appointments are staggered over seven years. Some Trustees may be appointed to a term that has partially run because of death, resignation, or a holdover, and will serve the balance of a seven-year term. Any Trustee appointed by the Governor can be removed by the Governor; likewise any Trustee appointed by the Mayor can be removed by the Mayor. Removal is caused by proof of official misconduct, neglect of official duties, or mental or physical inability to perform duties. CUNY Board of Trustees members do not receive compensation for their services, but are reimbursed for actual and necessary expenses incurred in the performance of their duties. Trustees are invited to represent the Board at CUNY college commencements, convocations, conferences, and other special activities. The Office of the Secretary facilitates the appropriate arrangements for such events.

Biographies of the Trustees currently serving on the Board are available at http://www.cuny.edu/about/trustees/board.html

For more information go to Section 6204 of the New York State Education Law, available at http://codes.lp.findlaw.com/nycode/EDN/VII/125/6204

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Officers of the Board of Trustees The officers of the Board are the Chairperson, the Vice Chairperson, the Secretary and the General Counsel. The Chairperson and the Vice Chairperson are appointed by the Governor and serve as provided for in the New York State Education Law. The Chairperson presides at all meetings of the Board, and is a member ex officio of all committees who is entitled to vote at all their meetings. The Chairperson names the members and chairpersons of all the Board’s standing and special committees. The Chairperson is the spokesperson for Board announcements and actions, and its authorized signatory for documents. In the absence of the Chairperson of the Board, the Vice Chairperson presides at all meetings of the Board, and is a member ex officio of all committees who is entitled to vote at all their meetings unless the Chairperson is present and voting. The Secretary is responsible for the content and distribution of notices, agendas, summaries, and minutes of all meetings of the Board and its committees to members of the Board, Chancellery, appropriate agencies and other persons. The Secretary is in charge of all Board records, official documents, and the Seal of the Board. As such, the Secretary maintains a central calendar for meetings; is authorized and empowered to sign communications and other instruments requiring the signature of an authorized representative of the Board; and performs related duties assigned by the Chairperson. The Secretary directs a Board office—the Office of the Secretary of the Board—with an appropriate staff to discharge the duties and responsibilities outlined above. This office also renders Board member services. The General Counsel directs a legal office with an appropriate staff, rendering legal services to the Board and to The City University of New York. The General Counsel reports to the Chairperson of the Board and to the Chancellor of the University. The General Counsel and his/her designees are authorized to verify pleadings and to sign affidavits and other documents in connection with legal proceedings in which the Board and its interests are involved. The General Counsel is also authorized and empowered to execute all contracts and agreements on behalf of the Board.

For more information go to Article 2 of the Bylaws available at http://policy.cuny.edu/bylaws/article_ii/

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The Office of the Secretary of the Board of Trustees The Office of the Secretary operates under the assumption that CUNY Trustees are busy individuals whose time is very valuable. For example, the Board’s meetings are planned to maximize productive time for individual Trustees whenever possible, including their transportation to and from said meetings. Here are some of the services provided by the Office of the Secretary: Car service is available for CUNY Trustee business. While the office arranges for transportation to and from all Board meetings, Trustees may choose to book transportation services directly with several car service companies. Each Trustee receives VIP cards from these companies, which can be used as needed for other Trustee-related business. Certain CUNY-related out-of-pocket Trustee expenses are reimbursable. For further details contact the Office of the Secretary at 646-664-9050. CUNY is a member of the following higher education national board member organizations – Trustees enjoy the benefits of these memberships:

The Association of Governing Boards (AGB): http://agb.org/about-agb

The Association of Community College Trustees (ACCT): http://www.acct.org/about-association

The American Council of Trustees and Alumni (ACTA): http://www.goacta.org/

The American Council on Education (ACE): http://www.acenet.edu/Pages/default.aspx

American Association of Community Colleges: http://www.aacc.nche.edu/Pages/default.aspx

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The meetings of the Board of Trustees At present, The CUNY Board of Trustees holds its scheduled meetings during the following months: January, February, April, June, September, and November. The schedule of these meetings is posted online at http://www.cuny.edu/about/trustees/schedule.html and eblasted at the latest by August 1 of the preceding year. The Board’s regular meetings, which include committee meetings, public and borough hearings, and Board meetings, are open to the general public. During the months that the Board holds its meetings the following general timeline is followed: • Committees meet usually the first Monday of the month. Action items on committee agendas are reviewed and approved for submission to the Board. These action items are developed into an agenda (“Calendar”) of the Board meeting, which is widely disseminated by e-blasts and online by Friday of the same week. • A public hearing is held--usually the third week of the month--on the action items that were approved by the committees for submission to the Calendar of the upcoming Board meeting. Testimonies received at such a hearing on action items under consideration by the Board are distributed to all Trustees prior to the Board meeting. • The Board meeting is usually held the last Monday of the month. The Trustees consider and vote on all action items on the Calendar. A summary of the Board meeting is distributed within several days of the meeting

All Board Committee meetings and Board meetings are webcast live at www.cuny.edu/livestream providing real time service worldwide via personal computers and mobile devices.

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The Public and Borough Hearings of the Board of Trustees Board Public Hearings and their purpose: The Board holds a public hearing on the agenda (Calendar) of each of its six regularly scheduled Board Meetings at a time of no less than three days before the meeting. Notice of such a Hearing, containing the time, place, and date of the public hearing is given to all the Trustees, all the Presidents, and Chief Librarians of CUNY’s educational units. Members of the public can testify on items listed on the Calendar and/or submit written statements, as long as they notify the Office of the Secretary by 4:30 p.m. one working day prior to the hearing. At the request of the Board Chairperson, one or more Trustees attend to conduct these hearings. A summary of the hearing as well as all written statements received at the hearing will be distributed to the Trustees prior to the regular Board meeting. The Board also holds a standing public hearing on the adoption of CUNY’s expense and capital budgets, and ad hoc hearings on the University’s consecutive Master Plans. For more information, go to Article I, Section 9 of the Bylaws available at http://policy.cuny.edu/bylaws/article_i/section_1.9./text/ Board Public Borough Hearings and their purpose: The Board holds one public hearing each year in each of the five boroughs of New York City to receive testimony and statements from concerned individuals about general CUNY issues. At this time, the Board’s Brooklyn, Queens, the Bronx and Manhattan borough hearings are held in conjunction with the February, April, June and September public hearing dates of the Board consecutively, while the Borough of Staten Island hearing is scheduled in March of each year. Notice of such a borough hearing, containing the time, place, and date, is given not less than thirty days before each such hearing to all the Trustees, Presidents, chairpersons of faculty senate bodies, student government presidents of CUNY’s educational units the Borough Presidents, members of the City Council, and the local community boards of the borough where the hearing is to be held. At the request of the Board Chairperson, at least three Trustees shall attend each borough hearing of the Board.

For more information, go to Article I, Section 10 of the Bylaws available at http://policy.cuny.edu/bylaws/article_i/section_1.10./text/

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The Regular Meetings of the Board of Trustees In addition to the consideration of action items, the Trustees receive informational presentations from the Chancellery. A meeting may adjourn to hold an Executive Session that is closed to the public, on personnel, real estate or legal matters. The meeting may reconvene in public session as needed after the conclusion of an Executive Session. All public portions of the meetings are open to the general public. A Notice of the hour, place, and agenda (Calendar) for each regular Board meeting is available online at http://www.cuny.edu/about/trustees/meetings.html, and e-blasted Trustees, college Presidents, Deans of Student Affairs, Deans of Administration, Chief Librarians, student government presidents, news media, and to such educational and civic organizations as well as any duly authorized collective negotiation representatives that request this information at least seven days before the meeting. A Summary of Board actions for each regular meeting and video records are available online at http://www.cuny.edu/about/trustees/meetings.html, and e-blasted to Trustees, college Presidents, Deans of Student Affairs, Deans of Administration, Chief Librarians, student government presidents, news media, and to such educational and civic organizations as well as any duly authorized collective negotiation representatives that request this information within a few days but no later than seven days after the meeting. The approved Minutes for each regular meeting are available online at http://www.cuny.edu/about/trustees/meetings.html, and e-blasted to Trustees, college Presidents, Deans of Student Affairs, Deans of Administration, and Chief Librarians no later than seven days following their approval by the Board. Board meetings are also televised in real time on CUNY-TV [Channel 75].

For more information, go to Article I, Sections 1 and 3 of the Bylaws available at http://policy.cuny.edu/bylaws/article_i/section_1.1./text/, and

http://policy.cuny.edu/bylaws/article_i/section_1.3./text/

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The Board of Trustees online access and presence The Board of Trustees’ section of the CUNY website is available at http://www.cuny.edu/about/trustees.html, and is illustrated below:

Clicking on: • The Board of Trustees provides the official biographies and photos of current Trustees • Schedule of the Board provides dates for all the Board meetings for the current year • Meetings of the Board – please see the following page. • Borough Hearings provides information on scheduled borough hearings for the year • Bylaws of the Board takes the viewer to the searchable Bylaws • Manual of General Policy takes the viewer to this searchable compendium of policies

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The Board of Trustees’ online access and presence, cont. Clicking on Meetings of the Board will take you to the section illustrated below

Notices and calendars for upcoming meetings posted here Summaries for all Committees and Board meetings posted here

All Board meeting documents listed here are archived for minimum 10 years

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The Board of Trustees’ online access and presence, cont. The Board of Trustees’ password-protected online access to the Trustee Communication Portal (TCP) site at https://trustees.cuny.edu/ provides digital access to the draft agendas – including action items, supporting documents and presentations for all upcoming standing committee meetings in a meeting month. The illustration below gives an overview:

Trustee (and other) committee members receive an email when their committee agendas are posted on the TCP. After entering a username and password, they will be able to view all the draft agenda and documents that pertain to the committees they serve on.

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The Chancellor’s University Report and the Board of Trustees The Chancellor’s University Report (“CUR”), Action Item No. 1 on the Calendar for each Board meeting, is a compilation of all routine personnel, fiscal and academic matters that affect the day to day functioning of the University. Each CUR has an Addendum report followed by an Errata report. From time to time there may a last minute Table Item report distributed at the Board meeting. While the Trustees approve a printed (paper) version of this voluminous report at the Board meeting, the CUR is available online, and password protected through the CUNY Portal. The following illustrations show the procedure:

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CUNY

colleges and schools are readily accessible by subway, bus and train lines. Details are available from the MTA at www.mta.info and on each college or school website.

1. Lehman College 250 Bedford Park Blvd. www.lehman.cuny.edu (rush hours), SUBWAY: Metro North (Botanical Gardens) BUS: Bx1, Bx2, Bx3, Bx10, Bx22, Bx26, Bx28, Bx32, Bx34, Express Bus: BXM4

2. Bronx Community College 2155 University Ave. www.bcc.cuny.edu

3. Hostos Community College 500 Grand Councourse www.hostos.cuny.edu

4. The City College of New York 160 Convent Ave. www.ccny.cuny.edu

SUBWAY: BUS: Bx3, Bx12, Bx36, Bx40, Bx42

SUBWAY: BUS: Bx1, Bx19

SUBWAY: BUS: Bx19, M4, M5, M100, M101

5. CUNY School of Public Health 2180 3rd Ave. www.cuny.edu/sph

6. Macaulay Honors College Home Campus: 35 W. 67th St. www.macaulay.cuny.edu

7. Hunter College 695 Park Ave. www.hunter.cuny.edu

SUBWAY: BUS: M15, M101, M103

SUBWAY: BUS: : M5, M7, M11, M20, M66, M72,

SUBWAY: BUS: M66, M98, M101, M102, M103

M104

9. Guttman Community College 50 W. 40th St. www.guttman.cuny.edu SUBWAY: BUS: M1, M2, M3, M4, M5, M6, M7,

10. CUNY Graduate School of Journalism 219 W. 40th St. www.journalism.cuny.edu

11. CUNY School of Professional Studies 119 W. 31st St. www.sps.cuny.edu

SUBWAY:

SUBWAY: BUS: M1, M2, M3, M4, M5, M7, M16,

M10, M20, M42, M104

13. Baruch College 55 Lexington Ave. www.baruch.cuny.edu SUBWAY:

SUBWAY: BUS: M11, M31, M57, M104

12. CUNY Graduate Center 365 Fifth Ave. www.gc.cuny.edu SUBWAY: BUS: M2, M3, M4, M5, M16, M34, Q32

M20, M34, Q32

14. Borough of Manhattan Community College 199 Chambers St. www.bmcc.cuny.edu

15. College of Staten Island 2800 Victory Blvd. www.csi.cuny.edu Staten Island Ferry BUS: CSI Ferry Shuttle, S53, S44, S59, S61, S62, S91, S92, S93 SI Express Bus X-10

16. LaGuardia Community College 31-10 Thomson Ave. www.laguardia.cuny.edu SUBWAY: BUS: Q32, Q39, Q60, Q61

Path BUS: M23

SUBWAY:

17. CUNY School of Law 2 Court Sq. www.law.cuny.edu

18. NYC College of Technology 300 Jay St. www.citytech.cuny.edu

19. Medgar Evers College 1650 Bedford Ave. www.mec.cuny.edu

20. Brooklyn College 2900 Bedford Ave. www.brooklyn.cuny.edu

SUBWAY:

Path BUS: M5, M20, M22

LIRR: Hunterspoint Ave. BUS: B62, Q39, Q67

SUBWAY: BUS: B26, B37, B38, B41, B51, B52,

B54, B61, B67, B75

SUBWAY: BUS: B43, B44, B49

SUBWAY: BUS: B6, B8, B11, B41, B44, B49, Q35

21. Kingsborough Community College 2001 Oriental Blvd. www.kbcc.cuny.edu

22. Queens College 65-30 Kissena Blvd. www.qc.cuny.edu

23. Queensborough Community College 222-05 56th Ave. www.qcc.cuny.edu

24. York College 94-20 Guy R. Brewer Blvd. www.york.cuny.edu

SUBWAY: BUS: B1, B49

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8. John Jay College of Criminal Justice 524 W. 59th St. www.jjay.cuny.edu

SUBWAY: BUS: Q17, Q25, Q25-34, Q34, Q44,

Q64, Q88

SUBWAY: BUS: Q27, Q30 Nassau Inter-County

Express N20, N21

SUBWAY:

AirTran/LIRR Jamaica BUS: Q4, Q5, Q25/34, Q30, Q31, Q42, Q44, Q54, Q65, Q83, Q84, Q85, Q110, Q111, Q112, Q113 Nassau Inter-County Express N4

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