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ASAP encourages young scientist to achieve her goals...More >>


BMCC ASAP Success Featured in AFT’s On Campus magazine... More >>


American RadioWorks podcast on ASAP... Listen>>


Bronx ASAP recognized by NYC Center for Economic Opportunity with a Data-Driven Provider Award... More >>


ASAP takes a holistic approach to student success... Article by Thomas Bailey on Inside Higher Ed... More >>


CUF highlights ASAP as a means to combat inequality in NYC More >>


How to Help College Students Graduate…ASAP featured in NYT Op Ed piece by David Kirp. More >>


Full-Time, Structured Program at CUNY Yields More Community-College Grads...ASAP feature in The Chronicle of Higher Ed More >>


"How to Escape the Community-College Trap"... ASAP featured in The Atlantic Monthly! More >>


More Graduates... Two-year results just released from MDRC's random assignment study on ASAP More >>


Community College Review article on ASAP Improving Student Outcomes More >> <pdf>


ASAP Cited by Center for an Urban Future as one of Mayor Bloomberg’s Most Successful Social Policy Innovations! More >>


ASAP cost benefits cited in Washington Post More >>


Change Magazine article on ASAP Key Strategies.  More >>


The Center for Benefit-Cost Studies in Education, Teachers College, Columbia University cost-benefit study suggests ASAP is a very productive public and private investment.  More >> <pdf>


Dr. Henry Levin, Center for Benefit-Cost Studies in Education, Teachers College, Columbia University releases a cost effectiveness report that shows ASAP increases community college graduations while reducing costs.  More >> <pdf>


Article on ASAP Student Retention Published in Peer-Reviewed Conference Proceedings of the 8th Annual National Symposium on Student Retention.  More >> <pdf>

CUNY and Deputy Mayor Linda I. Gibbs Announce that ASAP Saves Nearly $6,500 Per Graduate.  More >>


ASAP cited by USDOE as Promising and Practical Strategy to Increase Postsecondary Success.  More >>


BMCC ASAP Student Profiled by New York Times and Receives NYT Grant.  More >>

ASAP Follow-up Report.  More >> <pdf>


ASAP Cited as Template for CUNY's NCC in Community College Week.  More >>


Lumina Foundation’s Focus Magazine Profiles ASAP Students and Success Rates.  More >>


Military Advanced Education Journal Spotlights MDRC Report on ASAP.  More>>


CUNY's New Community College Opens on the Model of ASAP.  More >>

Accelerated Study Program Improves Outcomes for Developmental Education Students.  More >> <pdf>


ASAP: Higher Education Reform in Motion.  More >>

ASAP Cited by New York Times as Highly Successful Model that Helped Inform the Design of New Community College.  More >>


CUNY Chancellor Matthew Goldstein Cites ASAP Success and Recognizes Graduate Loukman Lamany (Bronx, 2011; Baruch, 2013) at Education Update Breakfast.  More >>


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ASAP Leadership Program Student Aliza Koszuk Featured At BCC