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PRIVATE UNIVERSITIES HELD COST EFFICIENT
Study says Disadvantaged Students Are Graduating After Expenditure of Lower Amount Than City U.
By Lana Williams
A study by the New York State Department of Education has found that disadvantaged students…

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CUNY'S OPERATION SEEK
By JOSEPH SHENKER
Assistant to the Chancellor

With the rapid expansion of CUNY and the numerous new programs and operations, the Conference feels that it can perform a service to the faculty by bringing you…

TIMES 1/14/69 {handwritten}
QUEENS STUDENTS RANSACK OFFICE
Negroes Invade Quarters of Head of SEEK Program
By ARNOLD H. LUBASCH
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About 15 demonstrators ransacked an administrative office at Queens College yesterday, ripping…

BROOKLYN
LONG ISLAND
QUEENS
Amsterdam News Edition
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1969 B
Students to Help Make SEEK Policy
Black, Puerto Rican To Head Queens SEEK
By DIANNE THOMPSON
The Black and Puerto Rican Student Coalition at Queens College was…

CUNYHERO
"We wanted to create a program so that the injured of our society could occupy positions of power." -Percy Sutton
[Image]
[Caption] Conferring with Percy Sutton, center, in an undated photo, are two other members of the State Assembly's…

Title

SEEK Collection

Description

The SEEK program stands for Search for Education, Elevation, and Knowledge. The higher education opportunity program at the senior (four year) CUNY colleges. Established to provide comprehensive academic support to assist capable students who otherwise might not be able to attend college.

Subject

Queens College, Flushing, N.Y.
Civil Rights

Creator

SEEK

Source

SEEK Collection

Publisher

Queens College Department of Special Collections and Archives (New York, N.Y.)

Date

1967-1999

Date Created

2014-06-25

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