Student Resources

Research Resources and Organizations

Students have access to The Mina Rees Library at The Graduate Center as well as library facilities at each senior college, which maintain a wide selection of hard copy and electronic versions of science books and journals accessible to CUNY faculty and students.

GC Librarians also curate comprehensive research libguides for a variety of topics associated with doctoral and master's programs.

View the Classics Research Guide »

The Latin/Greek Institute of The City University of New York is a collaborative effort of The Graduate Center and Brooklyn College. The Institute offers intensive, total-immersion programs in ancient languages during the summer that enable serious, highly motivated high school, undergraduate, and graduate students to cover the material normally included in several semesters of conventional work in a single summer.

CUNY Undergraduate Programs in Latin and Greek

Student needing to improve their Latin or Greek proficiency may want to consider enrolling in undergraduate courses at one of the following CUNY programs.

Brooklyn College - Classics Department
Prof. David Schur, Chair

Hunter College - Department of Classical and Oriental Studies
Prof. David Petrain, Chair

Queens College - Department of Classical, Middle Eastern and Asian Languages and Cultures
Prof. Yunzhoung Shu, Classics Coordinator

General Student Resources

Information and Downloads

These resources may be useful in planning and conducting your studies at the Graduate Center.

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