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  • GC Forward – Issue # 6

    This week, the CUNY Board of Trustees approved the University-wide student vaccination policy. Read more

  • GC Forward – Issue # 5

    In this issue: vaccines, library study space, student emergency grants, transition to on-site work, and key dates Read more

  • GC Forward – Issue # 4

    It was wonderful to welcome students back to the library this week. Thanks to the hard work of many, we safely and successfully reopened the library study space, with 42 students making reservations for Monday, the inaugural day. Read more

  • Library Study Spaces Open Starting Monday, June 7

    We’re pleased to announce that library study space will be available to students Mondays through Thursdays, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., beginning Monday, June 7. Read more

  • A Message from the President

    We have come to the end of the academic year, and there is much to celebrate. The arc of our journey was really set 14 months ago, and what a distance we have traveled! Faced with the challenges of the pandemic, we created new connections and collaborations, innovative pedagogies, and communities that transcended time zones and miles. Read more

  • GC Fall Plans – Newsletter #3

    As you know from Governor Cuomo’s announcement and Chancellor Matos Rodríguez’s recent message, CUNY will require all students to be vaccinated against COVID-19 in order to attend in-person classes this fall. Read more

  • GC Fall Plans – Newsletter #2

    In this issue of GC Forward, we share updates from The Graduate Center Library, the Office of International Students, and the Registrar’s Office. Read more

  • Message from President Robin L. Garrell on Chauvin Trial Verdict

    The guilty verdict in the murder trial of Derek Chauvin holds him accountable, yet it represents just one step toward justice.​ Read more

  • GC Fall Plans – Newsletter #1

    We are launching this bi-weekly GC Forward newsletter to keep our entire community up to date on plans and progress as we prepare for a safe, successful, and fulfilling fall semester. Read more

  • A Message from the President

    The horrific murders of eight people in Atlanta this week, six of whom were women of Asian descent, has shocked the nation. This was not an isolated incident, but part of a pattern of escalating racism and violence targeting Asians, Asian Americans, and Pacific Islanders. These attacks have been stoked by ignorant, harmful statements by political leaders, and fueled by rising xenophobia and antipathy towards others. Read more