Find classes for adult learners, including GED or TASC exam preparation, ESL, vocational training, and continuing education courses.
Get a document issued in New York certified for use in a foreign country.
Learn about programs that improve access to broadband services in underserved areas.
Get proof of residency for college students who are attending a two-year community college outside New York City.
Learn about and apply for graduate school scholarships for City employees.
Learn about the City's public university system, including campus locations, academic programs, and financial aid.
Report a problem with the CUNY Admissions Processes.
Learn about applying to college.
Learn about a program that offers college credit to employees of COMPASS and Beacon programs.
Learn about programs to save for college tuition, including the NYC Kids RISE ("baby bonds") and NY 529 programs.
Learn about the fast-track, cost-free degree program for low-income, graduating high school seniors and working adults.
Learn about the Excelsior scholarship for free tuition at the City University of New York (CUNY) or the State University of New York (SUNY).
Learn about a program that helps 16 to 18 year olds graduate from high school or get a high school equivalency diploma and go on to college.
Learn about counseling, remedial instruction, and tutorial services for CUNY college students.
Learn about a program for students who have been admitted to a CUNY college but are not ready for college-level work.
Learn about federal student loan forgiveness, including important deadlines.
Get help for a foster child with building a supportive network, leadership skills, and self-confidence.
Learn about the GED exam, including free classes and programs to help prepare.
Learn about training courses that teach how to make buildings more energy efficient.
Make a complaint about a school of higher education.
Learn about consumer protection tips for adults considering a school or training program.
Get health information and treatment referrals for adults and children with learning disabilities.
Find a public library.
Learn about a tax credit for residents who cannot be claimed as a dependent by another person.
Learn about State University of New York (SUNY) colleges.
Learn about free public Wi-Fi and find places to connect to the Internet.