CUNY is for students at every stage of life. The university offers programs and resources for working adults, military veterans, former CUNY students, first-time college students, and near-completers. Whether starting college for the first time, returning to CUNY after a hiatus, or resuming college after having attended another institution, there are opportunities here for you. CUNY offers a variety of degree programs specifically designed to meet the academic goals of adult learners. Some provide Recognition for Prior Learning RPL processes to award academic credit for college-level knowledge gained through work and other experiences. Information on how to apply to CUNY as an undergraduate student, including application worksheets and deadlines.
Now more than ever, students past the traditional college age are choosing a high quality, affordable HCC education. Whether you're seeking a degree, workplace credentials or updated job skills, HCC has courses and programs to help you get there. And, HCC is a strong return on your educational investment. Explore Academic Programs. Many courses are available in a variety of formats, times and locations to fit your schedule and learning style. View credit schedule of classes.
We know that students decide to attend MCC for many reasons. Maybe this is your very first time attending college. Wherever you are in life, our flexible schedules and customized programs will help you earn a degree on your terms.
Adult Education and Transitional Studies programs are designed to meet the employment and precollege educational needs of students 19 years or older regardless of previous educational background or ability. Courses are individualized to better serve the special needs of each student. All day and evening courses are offered on a continuous, open-enrollment basis during the year at more than 20 community sites, public schools and special institutions throughout the district. Adult Basic Education offers students an opportunity to improve literacy skills through a holistic, integrated approach to reading. In reading lab classes, learners participate in group work and individualized instruction to improve word recognition, vocabulary skills and comprehension.