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Tech Preparedness

Macaulay’s long-term investment in instructional technology created specific advantages in the rapid shift to distance learning necessitated by the pandemic.

Continuity and Completion Policy

Our Academic Affairs team and the College Council have a set of rules to apply these policies specifically for Macaulay students and the Macaulay requirements.

Take the Census—and Help Macaulay

Students share their top 3 reasons for YOU to make sure the people in your households are counted in #Census2020.

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Macaulay’s COVID-19 Response

Read about the we are taking steps to ensure your safety, academic continuity, and community during COVID-19 restrictions.

Influential Marine Biologist Dr. Ayana Elizabeth Johnson to Deliver Macaulay’s Commencement Address

Macaulay Honors College is thrilled to announce that Dr. Ayana Elizabeth Johnson Ph.D, an award-winning marine biologist, policy expert, and advocate, will serve as the 2020 Commencement speaker. Dr. Johnson will address Macaulay’s 500 graduates on Thursday, June 4, 2020 at 3pm at the United Palace Theater in upper Manhattan. Dr. Johnson is a marine … Continue reading Influential Marine Biologist Dr. Ayana Elizabeth Johnson to Deliver Macaulay’s Commencement Address

Apply for a CUNY Masters in Liberal Arts

Juniors can apply to be accepted early to, and to begin taking courses in the Graduate Center’s Master of Arts in Liberal Studies (MALS) degree program in their Senior year.

Support the 2019 CUNY Hackathon

As a judge, mentor, donor or volunteer: getting involved with the 2019 CUNY Hackathon is a great way to connect with students.

Will You be the First to Win A Coveted Churchill Scholarship?

STEM students in the class of 2020 are invited to apply for this valuable and very prestigious scholarship.

Hundreds of Students to Participate in 36-Hour Biological Inventory

Macaulay Honors College sophomores will comb through Brooklyn’s Green-Wood Cemetery and the Gowanus Canal area to identify as many of the organisms living there as possible.

2019 Jeannette K. Watson Fellowship winners Amanda Zhu, Aaron Fernando, Hamida Chumpa and Nibras Ahmed.

Four Macaulay Students Earn Watson Fellowships

The Watson Foundation has selected four of our students as part of its 20th Class of Jeannette K. Watson Fellows: Aaron Fernando ’22, Amanda Zhu ’22 (both John Jay), Hamida Chumpa ’21 (Baruch) and Nibras Ahmed ’21 (Hunter).