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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.


ASA College Celebrates The Year of The Nurse 2020

ASA College Celebrates The Year of The Nurse 2020 During this unusual time in our lives, they are giving their time, knowledge and love to the ones who need them most. 2020 is the Year of the Nurse. View and listen to these stories that celebrate our faculty, current students, and graduates who have taken up this noble profession. Meet today Marie Sultan, our Nursing Graduate!  Now, it’s your turn! Share your story at


Spread the word #WhileAtHome

Wherever you are in the US, you can dial 478.29.COVID and be immediately connected with a *local* hotline to answer any COVID-related questions you have and to find out how to get tested.    


Learn how to use Blackboard in your language

Dear ASA Students, This presentation provides step-by-step guidance for you to begin your remote coursework on March 30th. Please, read the presentation in your preferred language, and if you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact us at Arabic –  Chinese – English – French –  Hindi – Japanese – Portuguese – Russian – Spanish – Thai – Turkish – Uzbek –   Stay healthy and...