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As New York City’s public housing crumbles, pre-K centers go without crucial repairs

Mar 15, 2019 | see full post

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The priority is clear: Senior housing over garden

Mar 15, 2019 | see full post

March 8, 2019 continue

Parks Department Readies New Public Bathrooms at ‘Stanton Storehouse’

Mar 14, 2019 | see full post

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New raises continue to leave some New York City pre-K teachers behind

Mar 14, 2019 | see full post

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City Stories 2019 Tickets and Sponsorship

Feb 1, 2019 | see full post

Join us for our 2019 City Stories Party continue

University Settlement's Statement on Proposed Changes to Public Charge

Dec 7, 2018 | see full post

University Settlement stands in opposition of the proposed changes to the 'Public Charge' rule. The federal administration's proposed expansion of the 'Public Charge' rule to include Medicaid, SNAP, and/or housing assistance programs threatens ALL immigrants and ALL New Yorkers by placing more vulnerable children and families at-risk. continue

Valikhan’s story – in his own words

Oct 17, 2018 | see full post

Valikhan a University Settlement Adult Literacy class participant speaks about his experience in the program continue

Request for Proposal for University Settlement

Oct 5, 2018 | see full post

University Settlement Society of New York is requesting proposals from qualified contractors for an elevator extension and a complete maintenance program at 184 Eldridge Street in Lower Manhattan. continue

Act with University Settlement to Protect Human Rights

Jun 25, 2018 | see full post

The Trump administration's "zero-tolerance" policy and the resulting family separations are reprehensible. Our decades of work with families and in mental health make us particularly familiar with the damaging, multifaceted effects of the trauma being inflicted on innocent lives. continue

University Settlement Fights for Adult Literacy Funding

May 4, 2018 | see full post

During the New York State budget battle, once again funding for adult literacy was on the chopping block.  Our staff went to Albany, along with many other adult literacy programs, to fight for increased funding in the next fiscal year.  Politico helped raise awareness among state legislators, and the end result was that funding for next year not only wasn't cut, it was increased by $500,000. 

As Michael Hunter, our Adult Literacy Program Director, pointed out in the article, there are over 3.5 million of our fellow New Yorkers who don't have a high school diploma, English-language proficiency or both. Adult literacy education is their ticket to higher education and a living-wage job. 

You can read the full article here:

Assembly members call for increased funding for Adult Literacy Education program continue

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