Did You Know the 2020 Census Has Begun?

2020-04-01T15:07:47-04:00Categories: Library|Tags: |

By Kate Adler, Director of Library Services Today is National Census Day. That just means the Census Bureau is taking stock of who has been counted so far, but you still have time to weigh in for yourself and your community. You [...]

COVID19 – External Resources for MCNY Students

2020-03-30T18:52:07-04:00Categories: Announcement, College News, Coronavirus, Top Stories|

We hope that everyone is well, home and staying safe. Our faculty, staff, alumni, students and friends have been reaching out with opportunities and resources that may be helpful to the MCNY Student Community. Be [...]

UPDATE – ANNOUNCEMENT to Students from MCNY President Joanne Passaro

2020-03-22T20:57:17-04:00Categories: College News, Coronavirus|

Dear Students, As you know, Governor Cuomo has mandated that 100% of our staff work remotely, effective this evening.  As a result, all MCNY classes will continue to be online until further notice. I know [...]

MCNY School for Public Affairs and Administration’s Dr. Philip Dodd-Nufrio Chosen by Joe Biden As Democratic Delegate District #2

2020-03-23T14:27:07-04:00Categories: Announcement, College News, MCNY Bronx, Press Releases, Press Room, Public Affairs and Administration, Top Stories|

Join the MCNY Community in congratulating Dr. Philip Dodd-Nufrio! March 20, 2020 -- Metropolitan College of New York School (MCNY) for Public Affairs and Administration professor, Dr. Philip Dodd-Nufrio has been chosen as a delagate [...]

Joseph Asbery — A Degree in Never Being An Average Joe

2020-03-18T17:11:55-04:00Categories: #myMCNY Stories, Alumni, Featured Alumni, Public Affairs and Administration|

Let’s just say that “we are in good hands” because Joe Asbery is watching! Meet the Senior Watch Officer for the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Region II, Professional Photographer, U.S. Army Veteran Officer, MCNY [...]