As a federally-designated Hispanic-serving and Minority-serving institution, the College’s student population reflects the diversity of its home community. Appreciating the needs of that community, the College provides graduates with the skills to serve in it as nurses, health practitioners, scientists, businesspeople, entrepreneurs, researchers, and civic leaders.
Below is a sampling of the funding—from federal, state, and local government and municipal sources—and beside it, some examples of how our graduates go on to serve their communities.
Recent federal funders include:
Department of Education
Department of Justice
Department of Energy
Department of Health and Human Services, Health Resources and
National Science Foundation
National Institutes of Health
Environmental Protection Agency
Recent state and local government funders include:
NYS Department of Education
NYS Department of Health
Department of Health and Mental Health of New York City
Government agencies where Nursing graduates serve include:
Bronx Veteran Affairs Medical Center
Veteran’s Administration Medical Center – Brooklyn & Manhattan
Veteran’s Administration Medical Center - Montrose
Community organizations where our graduates serve include:
Leake & Watts Services, Inc.
Riverdale Neighborhood House
Riverdale Senior Services, Inc.
Camp AmeriKids, Inc.
Local health care facilities where our Nursing graduates serve include:
Albert Einstein-Weiler Hospital Division of Montefiore Medical Center
Blythedale Children’s Hospital Center
Harlem Hospital Center
Jacobi Medical Center
Jansen Memorial Hospice
Jewish Home & Hospital for Aged
New York Weill Cornell Medical Center
New York Presbyterian Hospital – The Westchester Division
St. Vincent’s Hospital & Medical Center (Manhattan)