CUNY ASAP/CUNY START Counselor Networking & Information Workshops provide the opportunity for representatives from area High Schools and GED programs, and community-based and college-access organizations to network, learn more about CUNY ASAP & CUNY START, and explore the strategies to support students in their transition to these CUNY academic success programs.
Our CUNY ASAP/CUNY START Workshops take place at our Brooklyn office located at:
16 Court Street, Room 1003 - Brooklyn, NY 11241
- Workshop 1: Friday, February 7 - 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM
- Workshop 2: Friday, March 14 - 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM
- Workshop 3: Friday, April 4 - 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM
- Workshop 4: Friday, May 9 - 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM (Please note this session has been rescheduled for May 9th. The original date was May 2nd)
NOTE: We are located on the corner of Montague Street and Court Street.
- A, C, F to Jay Street/MetroTech
- 2, 3, 4, 5 and R to Borough Hall
Light refreshments will be provided. We look forward to your attendance. RSVP TODAY!
CUNY START, CLIP and ASAP
CUNY START: CUNY Start provides intensive preparation in academic reading/writing, math, and "college success." The program enrolls prospective CUNY students who have been accepted to college because they have a high school or high school equivalency diploma, but are not ready for college-level work based on their scores on the CUNY Assessment Tests.
CLIP (CUNY LANGUAGE IMMERSION PROGRAM): CLIP is an intensive English as a Second Language (ESL) program for CUNY students who need to improve their academic English language skills. Classes meet five hours a day, five days a week, in day or evening sessions. Students who have been accepted to any CUNY college can spend up to one year in the program. CLIP is offered on 9 CUNY campuses in all 5 boroughs.
ASAP (ACCELERATED STUDY IN ASSOCIATE PROGRAMS): ASAP assists students in earning associate degrees within three years by providing a range of financial, academic, and personal supports including comprehensive and personalized advisement, career counseling, tutoring, tuition waivers, MTA MetroCards, and additional financial assistance to defray the cost of textbooks.