CUNY experiments with programs for nondegree, employment-focused students

The idea that students no longer need a degree to get good jobs in the city has found important validation in a new program that could turn out more qualified, but not necessarily degreed, candidates in the health care field.

Both the City University of New York and New York state are coming up with ways for New Yorkers to get that training and pay for it. This is thanks to a pilot program just created at CUNY’s LaGuardia Community College and funding in the state budget that could help the pilot endure.

Enrollment has declined at New York’s public universities during the pandemic as more students choose

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