About the CLUE NEWS
The CLUE Program is a non-credit program designed to acclimate students to the college environment. CLUEs are college sponsored activities held outside of the classroom. CLUEs are categorized in two types, Personal Growth (PG) and Co-Curricular (CC). PG CLUEs are activities that contribute to students’ self-development outside the regular curriculum. CC CLUEs are activities that are intended to augment and/or complement some aspect of academic life at the college and focuses on scholarly, cultural, and civic development from academic areas, as well as, film screenings, and theatrical events. As part of the New Student Orientation degree requirement, students who opt to fulfill part two of the requirement through the CLUE Program must complete a total of 4 CLUE units (2 PG CLUEs and 2 CC CLUEs) by the completion of 12 equated credits. Students must be on time and stay for the entire event in order to receive a CLUE. The CLUE News is where you find CLUE events happening on campus throughout the semester that help you fulfill your CLUE requirement. For more information regarding CLUE, please contact the Office of Student Life at 718.982.3088, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit us in the Campus Center (1C), room 201.