The CUNY Pipeline Fellowship is now accepting applications. 

The CUNY Pipeline Program is designed to provide educational and financial support to underrepresented CUNY undergraduates interested in pursuing a PhD in preparation for college-level teaching and advanced research in any discipline except law and medicine.  

Along with financial support of up to $5,000, the CUNY Pipeline Program provides orientation to the academic profession through a summer research institute at The Graduate Center and research projects conducted with doctoral faculty. In addition, Pipeline fellows who are accepted into any of the doctoral programs at the CUNY Graduate Center will receive a tuition waiver for their first year of doctoral study.   

Eligible students will be U.S. citizens or permanent residents, have maintained a minimum GPA of 3.2, and have achieved Junior status as of the Spring 2012 semester (graduating in May 2013). Applicants must also be interested in pursuing a career in college teaching and research.  

The application deadline is Wednesday, March 7, 2012.  

For more information, visit the Fellowship Website to download an application. 

Students interested in applying may contact Dr. Geoff Hempill at or 718.982.2301 for assistance with their applications. Further information can also be found in the Career and Scholarship Center in Building 1A, Room 105.