Welcome to the City College of New York
The City College of New York (established as 'The Free Academy' in 1847) is the founding institution of the City University of New York and home to eight schools and divisions, each dedicated to the advancement of research and knowledge. We're the place where Albert Einstein first presented his theory of general relativity outside of Europe, our alumni discovered the polio vaccine, helped build the Internet, and designed the Panama Canal. And, our alumni have gone on to become Supreme Court Justices, Secretaries of State, leaders of industry, world-renowned researchers and award winning actors and musicians. We’re the City College of yesterday, today and tomorrow. See yourself here. City College.
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CCNY Fast Facts
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CCNY ALUMNA'S VOICE SHINES ON NBC
Samara Brown, a music and theatre alumna, is a star on Season 21 of NBC’s “TheVoice.
CCNY ESTABLISHES THE MYRIAM SARACHIK PROFESSORSHIP FUND
A posthumous pledge from the late Myriam Sarachik, CCNY physicist, establishes a $1.5M endowment to a Division of Science visiting physics professors fund.
OUTSTANDING ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENTS
Eleven CCNY students take home awards at the Annual Biomedical Research Conference for Minority Students.
EXECUTIVE SEARCH IN PROCESS
CCNY is searching for a CFO and SFD for the Foundations for City College. If you meet the qualifications, consider applying today.
CCNY GRADUATE NAMED ACTING DIRECTOR OF THE NIH
Dr. Lawrence Tabak, class of '72, is the new acting director of the National Institutes of Health.