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Advocacy and Referral
The CUNY Office of Student Advocacy and Referral was inaugurated on July 1, 2007. COSAR provides support to students who need assistance or guidance in matters concerning University regulations, policies and procedures.
The office acts as a source of information on University rules, regulations, policies and procedures, as well as federal, state and local laws which impact students. It serves as a student advocate by ensuring university college compliance with appropriate policies and procedures and/or legal mandates and also functions in an ombudsman role to resolve student complaints. Options for resolving and managing conflicts and providing help for students in pursuing those options are identified and evaluated. When appropriate, students are referred to the appropriate persons on campus in order to resolve the problem.
Scholarship for NYCHA Residents attending CUNY
If you are a NYCHA resident attending a CUNY Community or Senior College, you may be eligible to receive a $1,000 NYCHA - CUNY Resident Scholarship or the Regina A. Figueroa Memorial Scholarship for NYCHA residents with disabilities.
Jonas E. Salk Scholarship
Created by the Board of Estimate of the City of New York in 1955 to honor the City College graduate who developed the first anti-polio vaccine, the Jonas Salk scholarships are awarded annually to eight graduates of the CUNY senior colleges.
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