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Chair of the Legal Studies Division attends the Law Day event

On March 6, Seny Taveras, Chairperson of the Legal Studies Division, attended the Law Day event at John Jay College. The attendees had the opportunity to hear from respected professionals about the best law practices.

Ms. Taveras, who is a founding member of the Pre-Law Institute that organized the event says: “What an honor to participate in Law Day at John Jay College of Criminal Justice. I want to thank the President of John Jay and Pre-Law Institute director for inviting me. As a founding member of the Pre-Law Institute, it was great to see how the new administration continues with the original vision to prepare students to go to law school and beyond.”

Ms. Taveras has improved our department of Legal Studies with her unique experience and background at other institutions. We are so proud to have her leading one of our Divisions.

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Summer 2020 Registration New and Improved

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UHC CP continues to help students apply for medical coverage

NY Students: UHC CP continues to help students apply for medical coverage. Representatives are available to answer any questions regarding UHC CP services and help you apply for insurance over the phone. For more information, please contact: Escarlys De La Hoz at (646) 691 – 7603 Flor Pena at (917) 292 – 2676 Daniela Dobraj at (347) 447 – 8613  

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There are over 700 locations where New Yorkers can get diagnostic testing.

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