Guttman Community College Fast Facts

Leadership:
Scott E. Evenbeck, President
Joan M. Lucariello, Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs
Mary E. Coleman, Interim Vice President for Administration and Finance
Stuart Cochran, Dean of Strategic Planning and Institutional Effectiveness
Linda Merians, Chief of Staff
Lynette M. Phillips, Esq., Legal Counsel and Labor Designee

Planning Period: 2008-2012

Opened: August 20, 2012

Location:     
50 West 40th Street
New York, NY 10018
646-313-8000
www.guttman.cuny.edu

Vision Statement: Founded in the CUNY tradition of access to excellence, Stella and Charles Guttman Community College will support student achievement in a dynamic, inclusive and intellectually engaging environment. We will be recognized for the contributions of our students, faculty, staff and graduates to our communities and to a thriving, sustainable New York City.

Majors: A.A. in Business Administration; A.A. in Human Services; A.A.S. in Information Technology; A.A. in Liberal Arts & Sciences; and A.A. in Urban Studies.

Accreditation: The College is accredited by the New York State Board of Regents and is a candidate for accreditation by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education.  Candidate for accreditation is a status of affiliation with a regional accrediting commission that indicates the institution has achieved initial recognition and is progressing toward, but is not assured of, full accreditation.

Annual Tuition: 2014-2015

  • $4,500/year New York City Resident; $9,000/year Out-of-City Residents

Faculty Fall 2014:

  • 36 full-time faculty
  • 30 part-time faculty

Students Fall 2014:

  • 692 students
  • 90% full time, 10% part time

Financial Aid Fall 2014:  75% received need-based financial aid (based on Pell Grants and/or New York State TAP).

Gender Fall 2014:

  • Female 59%
  • Male 41%

Race/Ethnicity Fall 2014:

  • American Indian or Native Alaskan: Less than 0%
  • Asian or Pacific Islander: 7%
  • Black: 25%
  • Hispanic: 55%
  • White: 12%

Age Range Fall 2014: 

  • Under 19: 48%
  • 19: 27%
  • 20-22: 22%
  • 23-24: 2%
  • 25-29: 1%
  • 30-44: 1%

Counties of Residence Fall 2014: 

  • Bronx: 31%
  • Brooklyn: 25%
  • Manhattan: 20%
  • New York State (Outside NYC): 2%
  • Out of State: less than 1%
  • Queens: 22%
  • Staten Island: 1%

One Year Retention Rate:

  • 69% (Fall 2013 Cohort)

Two Year Graduation Rate:

  • 28% (Fall 2012 Cohort)

View 2012 Fast Facts <pdf>
View 2013 Fast Facts <pdf>

50 West 40th St NYC
(646) 313-8000