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November 05, 2021
Dear Members of the Campus Community, Many of you have expressed concern at the news that City College's former Bursar, Joseph Boselli, has been arrested on charges of stealing nearly $500,000 from the College from as early as 2012 through his separation from his Bursar duties in 2017. Please be assured that the College takes these matters very seriously.  In fact, it was City College itself that originally discovered the anomalies related to this theft.  The College initiated the investigation, collected evidence related to the theft, and it was the College that reported the… Read More »


October 29, 2021
Dear Members of the Campus Community, I would like to invite you to attend an all CCNY Campus Community Public Town Hall via Zoom on Tuesday, November 9th 2021, at 12:30 pm. Over the past few months, there has been some reason for heightened concern around security issues in our immediate neighborhood, and I want to make sure that as a campus, we are doing everything we can to protect ourselves and one another. To that end, we are convening a discussion to review the security condition of our neighborhood, and to discuss safety measures being taken by our campus Public Safety… Read More »


October 26, 2021
Dear Campus Community, While today’s Nor’ Easter will cause local flooding in areas across our region, our campus will remain open today.  At this time, the MTA and other public transit lines are operational.  Please be careful if you are coming to campus as more high winds and heavy rain are expected.  Sincerely, Ken Ihrer Vice President of Operations Coronavirus Coordinator The City College of New York


October 18, 2021
Dear City College Community, The City College of New York joins the rest of the world in mourning the loss of General Colin L. Powell. He was a deeply important man to us, both for what he did for his alma mater and how he talked about City’s role in his life.  General Powell never forgot the young man he was when he came to CCNY, and throughout his life, he sought out young people who embodied that moment and went out of his way to help them along. He spoke frequently and with genuine emotion about the first time he met the inaugural cohort of Colin Powell Fellows at CCNY—a… Read More »


October 08, 2021
Dear Colleagues, I am profoundly sad to share the news that Professor Myriam Sarachik passed away yesterday. We are privileged to live and work at an institution peopled by many remarkable individuals, but even among this company, Myriam was exceptional. She was a distinguished professor of physics, both as formally recognized in her CCNY professorial rank, and in terms of the many honors and awards she received from the academy throughout her life.She was exceptional, as well, in her kindness, her boundless enthusiasm, and the influence she exercised by her example to all who… Read More »


October 02, 2021
Dear members of the City College Community, It is my sad duty to share the news that Dr. Neville Parker, who for years served as a faculty member in the Grove School of Engineering, passed away this past week.  Dr. Parker graduated from the City College of New York with the BE in Civil Engineering in 1965, and went on to earn a PhD from Cornell University.  He returned to his alma mater in 1988, after stints at Howard University and the University of Dar Es Salaam. At CCNY, he joined the civil engineering department, held the Herbert G. Kayser professorship, and served as… Read More »


September 10, 2021
Dear All, The City College of New York (CCNY) has a long-standing commitment to diversity and equal opportunity in all aspects of employment practices. The senior management team fully supports the policies and practices we have implemented to foster non-discrimination, affirmative action, and diversity and inclusion in the workplace. CCNY is enriched by the strengths of the people and perspectives represented in our institution. Accordingly, I continue to be committed to the CCNY's compliance with the CUNY Policies and Procedures on Equal Opportunity, Non-Discrimination, and on… Read More »


September 01, 2021
Dear Members of the City College Community,​ I'm writing as an urgent reminder of our student vaccine mandate for in-person instruction, to outline the consequences of students not being vaccinated, and to urge unvaccinated students who have either in-person or hybrid classes to take immediate action in one or another direction. I include faculty and staff on this note, asking that you'll carry this message forward in your interactions with students. As we have announced, the vaccine mandate for students enrolled in hybrid or in-person classes took full effect when the Pfizer… Read More »


August 21, 2021
Dear Member of the Campus Community, I'm writing to invite you to join me on Tuesday, August 24th at 12:30 p.m. for a Public Safety Briefing on Neighborhood Safety via Zoom.   Over the course of these last six months, there have been some troubling increases in crime across New York City, and in the immediate vicinity of the campus. Our public safety team has worked with the 26th and 30th precincts to provide enhanced security to the campus community, however, protecting yourself requires information on steps you can take to be as safe as possible as you move back and forth to… Read More »


August 16, 2021
Dear Members of the City College Community, I am writing on the verge of the new semester to talk to you about our reopening posture for the fall semester—I hope you'll forgive this rather long missive.  We have, since March 2020, been struggling to balance two objectives on this campus—keeping our community safe and fulfilling our mission to our students and our society.  Two things have changed over the past several months, and our plans for the fall semester incorporate those changes. The first is that we now live in a society in which safe and effective vaccinations exist,… Read More »


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