BY SUZANNE MONTEVERDI
Students interested in learning about what CUNY schools have to offer are invited to attend a free information session in Ozone Park next month.
In partnership with Senator Joseph P. Addabbo Jr., Assemblymen Mike Miller and Phil Goldfeder and City Councilman Eric Ulrich, representatives from the City University of New York will be at M.S. 137 in Ozone Park on Saturday, Nov. 7, from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m. to conduct an interactive information session about CUNY schools.
The CUNY school system consists of some of the best higher-education schools and universities in the country. With more than 20 campuses located across New York City, CUNY currently provides more than 540,000 enrolled students with the high-quality education they need to succeed.
Addabbo acknowledges that the process of selecting a college is not easy: “There is no doubt that applying to and choosing a college can be a very overwhelming experience not just for students, but for their families as well. This free event eases much of that pressure by providing information and details that will make the process much easier for everyone involved.”
Potential students and their families are invited to attend the event and have their questions or concerns regarding scholarship opportunities, financial aid, degree programs or student life addressed.
The session will take place in the auditorium of M.S. 137, located at 109-15 98th St., Ozone Park. For more information, contact Addabbo’s office at 718-738-1111.