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Community Partnerships

Maimonides Cancer CenterMaimonides Cancer Center (Part of Maimonides Medical Center) delivers world-class cancer care to patients from New York City. By integrating multidisciplinary care with leading-edge research and technologies, the center offers personalized cancer treatments and services that address the whole person, not just the disease.
Brooklyn College Immigrant Student Success OfficeBrooklyn College Immigrant Student Success Office – The mission of the Immigrant Student Success Office (ISSO) is to recruit, enroll, and retain students, with an emphasis on new immigrants, such as students granted Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) who identify with the Development, Relief, and Education for Alien Minors Act (DREAMERS), and first-generation students by providing the necessary academic and non-academic support to ensure graduation from Brooklyn College in a timely manner.
Brooklyn College Haitian InstituteBrooklyn College Haitian Institute – The CUNY-HSI is an academic unit aimed to encourage and support studies on Haiti and Haitians living abroad. The institute’s main commitment is to engage in analysis and research to better understand policies and projects girded toward Haiti and the Haitian community, and policies that link scholarship programs on Haiti to social actions impacting the lives of Haitian populations and other racial and ethnic communities.
Brooklyn College Caribbean Studies ProgramBrooklyn College Caribbean Studies Program – More than two million people from the Caribbean live in the New York metropolitan area, and that makes Brooklyn College an ideal place to study their culture, history and contributions to the world. This interdisciplinary program in Caribbean studies draws on the departments of Africana StudiesHistoryModern Language-SpanishPolitical Science, and Sociology to offer a dual major to undergraduates. Students attend lectures from world dignitaries, participate in conferences, secure internships that cater to the local Caribbean community, and have ample opportunities for research and travel to this vibrant area of the globe.