• Professor Comments on Math Proficiency in Home-Schooling Article

    October 16, 2018

    Marla Soles, Guttman Community College Assistant Professor of Mathematics, is quoted in the New York Post October 12, 2018, article Parents are giving up on public schools to home-school their kids published by columnist Eric Spitznagel. Professor Soles notes that home-schooled children often under-perform in math.

  • Guttman Faculty Scholarship-Spring 2018-Scholarly Publications, Research Grants, and Presentations

    September 27, 2018

    In spring 2018, Guttman Community College faculty have published an impressive array of articles, books, and reports, received prestigious grants for their research and scholarship, and delivered important presentations at a variety of local, national, and international academic conferences and scholarly events. PUBLICATIONS Ryan W. Coughlan, Assistant Professor of Sociology, is the co-author of “Progressive […]

  • Instructor Named an APSA Minority Fellow

    September 27, 2018

    The American Political Science Association (APSA) announced that David Monda, an Instructor of Political Science at Guttman Community College who is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in political science at the Graduate Center, City University of New York (CUNY), has been named a 2018-2019 APSA Minority Fellowship Program (MFP) Fellow, Spring Cycle, David specializes in international […]

  • New Professors Join College in Fall 2018

    September 24, 2018

    Guttman Community College is pleased to welcome two new faculty members this fall: Nicole L. Kras is an Assistant Professor of Human Services at Guttman Community College. She received a BA in psychology and a MA in art therapy from Albertus Magnus College and a MS in education and a Certificate of Advance Graduate Study […]

  • College Concludes Seventh Summer Bridge Program with Convocation

    September 14, 2018

    Guttman Community College held its seventh Summer Bridge Program for incoming students August 23-September 6, 2018. Approximately 477 new students completed the required 11-day program, including 14 students from the College’s former Early College High School in Washington Heights, and matriculated to begin classes in the Fall I 2018 session. Three groups of students took […]

  • College Continues to Graduate Higher Percentage of Students than National Average

    September 6, 2018

    Guttman Community College continues to graduate students at a rate significantly above the national average for comparable two-year urban public colleges. As of August 23, Guttman Community College has conferred 222 associate degrees for the 2017-2018 academic year.  35 students graduated with Honors by having cumulative GPAs of 3.5 or higher. 430 students enrolled in […]

  • Guttman Ranked No. 2 Community College in WalletHub Study

    August 29, 2018

    WalletHub, a personal finance website, ranked Guttman Community College the No. 2 best community college in the U.S. in 2018 based on factors for cost and financing (for which the College was ranked No. 1), education outcomes, and career outcomes. To determine where students can receive the best education at the lowest price, WalletHub compared […]

  • Guttman Ranked No.1 Community College in New York State

    August 8, 2018

    Guttman Community College has been ranked the Best Community College in New York State by With ranking based on academic quality and affordability, Guttman led other institutions with a high score of 94.4 out of 100. The runners up, Nassau Community College and Columbia-Greene Community College obtained scores of 78.25 and 69.56, respectively. The […]

  • Students’ E-Portoflios Presented at the NYC Department of Education School Technology Summit

    August 6, 2018

    Guttman Community College Professors Marla A. Sole and Rodrigo Lobo along with Diana Zechowski, Career Strategist, and students Thomas Jones and Angie Cordoba gave a poster presentation on July 31st at the New York City Department of Education School Technology Summit.  The talk, entitled Electronic Portfolios: A Framework for Archiving and Assessing Students’ Educational Growth, described […]

  • Professor’s Research on Aging and Economic Insecurity Featured in The Lily

    August 2, 2018

    Mary Gatta, Guttman Associate Professor of Sociology, has conducted extensive research on Florida’s elderly women suffering from economic insecurity. Her scholarship was featured in the article “Women are facing economic instability in retirement age. And it shows no signs of improvement” published by The Lily, a Washington Post publication. Professor Gatta’s report shows that women […]