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Supporting Student Success

Supporting Student Success

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  • Student Academic Success Programs
    Student Academic Success Programs (SASP) provides a network of programs and services designed to give undergraduate students unique opportunities and challenges at each stage of their undergraduate career.
  • John Jay ACE
    John Jay ACE helps eligible students graduate in four years and prepares them for future success. ACE students receive many benefits including free monthly MetroCards, textbook vouchers, tuition assistance, and personalized academic and career advising.
  • Percy Ellis Sutton SEEK Program
    SEEK is a New York State program at CUNY's senior and comprehensive colleges designed to assist students who are both academically and financially disadvantaged.
  • Academic Support Services
    • Tutoring Services
      Tutoring, workshops, and online resources to support students’ development in writing, mathematics, science, modern languages, and academic English.
    • Math & Writing Foundations
    • PEER Support Initiatives
  • PRISM - Program for Research Initiatives in Science and Math  
    PRISM offers academic support to science and math students through its Junior Scholars Program, and also provides opportunities for students enrolled in the Forensic Science (FOS) and Computer Science and Information Security (CSIS) to do mentored research with members of our faculty through its Undergraduate Research Program.
  • Office of Student Research & Creativity
    The Office of Student Research & Creativity is aimed at serving as a centralized, college-wide program designed to facilitate and promote undergraduate research by providing information, opportunities, and support for faculty and students.