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Age 16-19
Cost Free
Program type After School, Weekend, Summer
Meets Fall 2018 Program Closed. Spring 2018 Application Process Will Open In October 2017
Contact us Nsoleyn@Ccny.Cuny.Edu
Deadline Oct. 27, 2017


We offer introductory-level college-credit courses in the humanities, social sciences, sciences, engineering, and math to qualified New York City public high school students.


College Now at The City College of New York (CCNY) offers introductory-level college-credit courses in the humanities, social sciences, sciences, engineering, and math to qualified New York City public high school students.

Credits earned can be applied toward a CCNY degree and can usually be transferred should you choose to go to college elsewhere. You can take courses on the CCNY campus or, if enough students qualify at your school, College Now will send an instructor to your school to teach the course.College Now at CCNY allows qualified New York City public high school students to enroll in courses that earn college credit and provides academic enrichment workshops and programs to its 35 partner high schools, strengthening students' foundation for academic success. Students have the opportunity to experience the richness of our campus by enjoying access to our facilities and by participating in academic, social, and cultural events. Interaction with CCNY faculty and students gives College Now students an authentic college experience, eases their transition from high school, and prepares them for a successful academic career. The College Now office at CCNY serves as the program nexus for the individual high school principals, high school guidance counselors, College Now liaisons, students, parents, and the City College faculty and tutors. College Now at CCNY ensures that students are academically challenged by providing rigorous coursework taught by highly regarded and astute faculty.


Qualified High School Students In The 10th, 11th, And 12th Grades. Preference Given To Students From The Following High Schools: A. Phillip Randolph High School Academy For Social Action: A College Board School Bread & Roses Integrated Arts High School City College Academy Of The Arts Community Health Academy Of The Heights Democracy Prep Charter High School Fiorello H. Laguardia High School Of Music & Art And Performing Arts Frank Mccourt High School Frederick Douglass Academy Frederick Douglass Academy Ii Secondary School Gregorio Luperon High School Harlem Village Academy Charter School High School For Fashion Industries, The High School For Health Careers & Science High School For Law & Public Service High School For Mathematics, Science And Engineering @ Ccny High School For Media & Communications Jacqueline K. Onassis High School Kipp Nyc College Prep Liberty High School Academy For Newcomers Manhattan Center For Science & Mathematics Mott Hall High School New Heights Academy Charter School Nyc Charter High School For Architecture, Engineering & Construction Industries Park East High School Promise Academy Charter School Stuyvesant High School The College Academy The Opportunity Charter School Thurgood Marshall Academy For Learning And Social Change University Prep Charter High School Urban Assembly School For Green Careers Urban Assembly School For The Performing Arts Urban Assembly School Of Design And Construction Wadleigh Secondary School For The Performing And Visual Arts Washington Heights Expeditionary Learning School