CUNY offers a number of programs for high school seniors, current and prospective college students, and adult learners.
Accelerated Study in Associate Programs (ASAP)
ASAP is a fast-track, cost-free degree program that helps qualified low-income graduating high school seniors and working adults earn an associate degree quickly. It offers financial aid, block scheduling to accommodate work schedules, academic support, free textbooks and help finding employment during school and after graduation.
To learn more, go to the CUNY Accelerated Study in Associate Programs (ASAP) page.
CUNY offers programs, resources, and events for adult learners, including GED or TASC exam preparation, ESL, vocational training, and continuing and professional courses.
To learn more, go to the Adult Education page.
The CUNY Prep program helps 16 to 18 year olds return to high school to get a high school diploma or a high school equivalency diploma (GED or TASC) and go on to college. To be eligible, students must have been out of school for at least 2 months.
To learn more, go to the CUNY Prep page.
The CUNY Start program enrolls prospective CUNY students who have been accepted to college because they have a high school or high school equivalency diploma (GED or TASC) but are not ready for college-level work based on their scores on the CUNY Assessment Tests.
To learn more, go to the CUNY Start page.
Green Energy Training
You can take training courses to learn how to make buildings more energy efficient and prepare for a career in green energy through the CUNY Center for Sustainable Energy's Green Energy Training Program (GET).
To learn more, go to the Green Energy Program page.
Search for Education, Elevation, and Knowledge (SEEK)
SEEK provides concentrated and specialized counseling, remedial instruction, tutorial services, and a financial aid payment for book expenses.
To learn more, go to the CUNY Special Programs page.