Healthy CUNY

Welcome to Healthy CUNY

The Healthy CUNY Initiative (HCI) is a campaign designed by CUNY students, faculty and staff to make CUNY the healthiest urban university in the United States. HCI seeks to ensure that students leave CUNY healthier and better able to protect their future health than when they entered.  Acknowledging the strong connection between educational achievement and health, HCI seeks to reduce the physical, psychological and family-related health barriers that block academic success and graduation.

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In January 2011, the City University of New York (CUNY) Board of Trustees passed a comprehensive tobacco-free campus policy effective September 2012.  Partnering with the NYC Health Department (DOHMH), CUNY’s Office of Student Affairs and School of Public Health support development of implementation plans and provide training and cessation services for students, faculty and staff on 23 campuses. Read more about tobacco policy development and implementation at CUNY. >>

 

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The CUNY School of Public Health and the CUNY Chancellor’s Office have created the CUNY Campaign for Healthy Food (CUNY CHeF).  In its first phase, it is supported by the US Centers for Disease Control’s Communities Putting Prevention to Work Program via the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene. >>

 

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Healthy CUNY has been selected as part of the newest group of neighborhood organizations to receive funding through the Community Transformation Grant (CTG) received by NYC DOHMH from CDC. As a Neighborhood Contractor, Healthy CUNY is working with The Partnership for a Healthier New York City to create a report on the Environmental Effects of Alcohol in East Harlem and in the Bronx. >>

 

 

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Pro-Change Lifestyle Management Suite

This survey asks questions about your health history and health behaviors, and gives immediate feedback based on your responses.

Register here to start your Health Risk Intervention.

 





Contact Us


For more information, please contact the project coordinator Patti Lamberson at: plambers@hunter.cuny.edu