CUNY Central Office Programs
The CUNY Central Office has developed student development programs with goals that are similar to the University's Black Male Initiative. Please find more information by clicking on the links below:
- COPE - The College Opportunity to Prepare for Employment
- CUNY Start
- SEEK/CD - The Percy Ellis Sutton SEEK (Search for Education, Elevation and Knowledge) Program and College Discovery
The following CUNY campuses have developed student development programs with goals that are similar to the University's Black Male Initiative. Please find more information by clicking on the links below:
- BMCC Black Male Initiative--web site coming soon.
- BMCC Women's Resource Center
- Bronx Community College Black Male Initiative Program
- Brooklyn College - E.R.I.S. (Empowering, Recruiting, Investing and Supporting): A Campus Community Approach to Academic Access and Personal Success of Underrepresented Groups
- Centro de Estudios Puertorriqueños/Center for Puerto Rican Studies
- CUNY Graduate Center - Widening the Doors of Academia - Office of Educational Opportunity and Diversity Programs (OEODP)
- CUNY School of Law - Pipeline to Justice Program
- Dominican Studies Institute
- Hunter College - Brothers for Excellence - the Hunter College Black Male Initiative for Recruitment, Retention and Success
- John Jay College of Criminal Justice Black Male Initiative
- Lehman College -- Urban Male Leadership Program (UMLP)
- MALES - Men Achieving and Leading in Excellence and Success at Queensborough Community College
- Medgar Evers Male Development and Empowerment Center
- Medgar Evers Center for Women's Development
- Queens College BMI Project - ExCEL: Excellence through Community, Education, and Leadership
- The College Initiative - A Reentry Program Rebuilding Lives, Families and Communities through Higher Education - A CUNY-wide Reentry program based at Lehman College
- York College Men's Center
- York College Women's Center--web site coming soon.
Register today for the Tenth Annual CUNY BMI Conference!
“Increasing Black and Latino Student Engagement and Success in Higher Education”
Friday, October 16, 2015, 8:30AM – 7:00PM
Gerald W. Lynch Theatre
John Jay College of Criminal Justice
524 W. 59th Street, NY, NY 10019
An opportunity program for CUNY undergraduates who aspire to earn doctorates.
Knowles Science Teaching Fellowship (KSTF)
To apply, please click here: www.kstf.org/apply
2015 Summer Pipeline Programs for CUNY BMI Undergraduates
CUNY BMI undergraduates are encouraged to apply to summer pipeline programs to prepare for competitive graduate and professional school admissions processes.
Click here for a list of programs >>
CUNY Opportunity Programs and Specialized Programs