CCAPP APPLICATION

The City College Academy for Professional Preparation (CCAPP) provides academic enrichments and research experience to undergraduates’ students.

Students must be:

  • A New York State resident
  • A minority (African American/Black, Hispanic/Latino, American Indian or Alaskan Native) or demonstrate economic disadvantage.
  • Enrolled full time at CCNY as an undergraduate student
  • Have a minimum grade point average of 2.7
  • Enrolled in a STEM major 
Interview Date
Full Name
Date of Birth and ID Number
Address Additional
Gender
Eligibility
Ethnicity
Please specify with which ethnicities you identify.

New York State Education Department CSTEP, STEP & HEOP

Income Eligibility Criteria 2015-16 through 2019-20

# of Household Dependents

2015-2016
Eligible Income

2016-2017
Eligible Income

2017-2018
Eligible Income

2018-2019**
Eligible Income

2019-2020
Eligible Income

1

$21,755

$21,978

$22,311

$22,311

$22,459

2

$29,471

$29,637

$30,044

$30,044

$30,451

3

$37,167

$37,296

$37,777

$37,777

$38,443

4

$44,863

$44,955

$45,510

$45,510

$46,435

5

$52,559

$52,614

$53,243

$53,243

$54,427

6

$60,255

$60,273

$60,976

$60,976

$62,419

7

$67,951

$67,951

$68,709

$68,709

$70,411

8

$75,647

$75,647

$76,442

$76,442

$78,403

*For 2019-20, add $7,992 for each additional family member in excess of 8.
**The Income Eligibility Levels for 2018-19 remained the same as the previous year (2017-18)

Please specify your annual household income.
First Generation Student
First in your family to attend a four-year college/university to attain a bachelor's degree.
Prior LPP, STEP or CSTEP participant
Enrollment in Other New York State Opportunity Programs
Transfer Student
Current Class Level
Academic Majors with Inventory of Registered Programs (IRP) Codes.

CCAPP – Student Contract of Commitment

The City College Academy for Professional Preparation is funded by a CSTEP grant from the New York State Education Department. It is a support and enrichment program for students designed to foster their academic success in preparation for careers in the scientific, technical or health related fields.

Services provided to CCAPP scholars are advising, academic and personal skills development, tutoring, career enrichment activities, internships and research opportunities and graduate and professional school preparation.

Requirements

CCAPP scholars must maintain a minimum GPA of 2.7, meet with a CCAPP advisor each semester, and participate in CCAPP events and activities. I, agree to comply with the requirements of the CCAPP program as stated above.

Agree