Some graduate assistants were denied bonuses, so the GC chapter fought back.
Governor Andrew Cuomo has finalized his college scholarship program, with much fanfare. But critics say it’s a deal that leaves many students unserved.
Highlighting the injustices of the Trump administration, PSC members will use May 1 as a time to engage students in discussions about today’s political struggles.
The union presses a plan to give faculty more time with students.
The controversial secretary of education and her agenda is ripe for resistance.
Citing the mayor's record in bolstering progressive causes and securing more money for CUNY, PSC members overwhelmingly endorsed Bill de Blasio for reelection.
The union has announced important updates on tax refunds for Medicare Part B health coverage. Make sure you are informed.
For years, CLIP and CUNY Start teachers have been advocating for their work to be recognized as more than "part-time." Thanks to their organizing, the instructors now have full-time status with some added job security that comes with that status.
PSC is pressing lawmakers in Albany to ensure that the upcoming state budget includes full funding for CUNY.
From vermin and mold to inadequate resources and outdated facilities, public underfunding hits CUNY hard. PSC members share how it affects their campuses.