Administrative Offices


Office of the Chancellor

Chancellor James B. Milliken >>



Academic Affairs

The Office of Academic Affairs oversees University policies governing the academic programs of CUNY and its 19 colleges and more than 100 research centers. The Office is also responsible for the development and implementation of the “Flagship Environment” initiative and a variety of special University-wide programs, such as the William E. Macaulay Honors College and the Teaching Opportunity Program. >>



Budget & Finance

The Office of the Vice Chancellor for Budget and Finance oversees and manages budget and finances for CUNY's 19 campuses and the central administration and represents the University on all operating budget matters. On this site, you will find information on the organizational structure of the University's financial offices and the services they provide as well as detailed financial facts and figures. >>



Communications & Marketing

The Office of Communications & Marketing seeks to promote the achievements of the students, faculty and staff of the University, its colleges, institutes and various constituent groups by communicating the core mission of teaching, research and public service in furtherance of the University's role as New York City's public institution of higher learning. >>



Community Colleges

The role of community colleges at The City University of New York, and in society in general, has become increasingly important over the past decade. In response, the Chancellor  determined that the University should have a Vice Chancellor for Community Colleges who will work with the Presidents of our six current community colleges and the proposed new community college to maximize opportunities for innovative collaborations.  The office coordinates policy recommendations to the Chancellery regarding community colleges, represents Chancellery on matters pertaining to CUNY, coordinates efforts to enhance the image of CUNY's community colleges at the state and national levels, and coordinates efforts to secure federal, state and private grants for CUNY's community colleges. >>



Computer & Information Services

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Enrollment Management

The Division of Enrollment Management, in collaboration with CUNY's 23 colleges, designs and manages University-wide strategies, priorities, and policies pertaining to student enrollment. Campus-specific goals and day-to-day operations pertaining to enrollment occur locally at each CUNY campus.. >>



Environmental, Health, Safety and Risk Management

The City University of New York, Office of Environmental, Health, Safety and Risk Management is committed to fostering a safe and healthy environment for the CUNY community and to reducing the University's risks. >>



Executive Search and Evaluation

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Facilities Planning, Construction and Management

The office is responsible for physical plant maintenance and operations, facilities planning, and capital programs; planning, negotiating, and implementing capital construction and rehabilitation programs in consultation with a broad range of constituencies, and monitoring and providing technical assistance and support to the campuses for the operation and utilization of the 26-million-square-foot, 300-building CUNY plant. >>



Government Relations

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Health & Human Services

The Office of the University Dean for Health & Human Services provides support and technical assistance to CUNY schools to prepare a large, culturally diverse pool of qualified health and human services personnel in areas such as nursing, social work, nutrition, speech pathology and mental health counseling. >>



Human Resources Management

OHRM is responsible for developing the University's human resources guidelines, standards, rules and regulations. We enforce federal, state and local employment laws, and ensure compliance with the CUNY Board of Trustees' policies and procedures regarding employment, including affirmative action and equal opportunity employment. OHRM administers employee benefits and professional development programs for University staff, and oversees the administration of Civil Service examinations. >>



Institutional Research and Assessment

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Labor Relations

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Legal Affairs

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Library Services

The OLS staff, headed by University Librarian Curtis Kendrick, works with campus librarians to coordinate and enhance library services. The Office provides the University with CUNY+ (our online catalog), negotiates University-wide contracts and licenses, and subsidizes the CUNY Digital Library Collection, commercial document delivery and courtesy discharge services. >>



Research

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Student Affairs

The City University of New York offers a broad array of services to students at all nineteen of its campuses. Services offered are designed to empower and motivate students as they work to achieve their academic goals. At every campus there are programs designed to facilitate the introduction of freshmen students into the college community, as well as programs that provide academic and supportive services to students as needed. There are programs and activities that offer students opportunities to discover their strengths and skills and to develop their leadership abilities. >>



Undergraduate Studies

The Office of Undergraduate Studies (OUS) is dedicated to improving the quality of the undergraduate experience for CUNY’s quarter of a million students. >>



University Assessment

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University Registrar

The Office of the University Registrar (OUR) serves to ensure academic integrity by communicating institutional policies and is a resource for all members of the college community. OUR fosters an environment that supports students, alumni, faculty, administrators, staff and the community in order to promote the educational mission of the University. >>



University Relations

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