Student Stories

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Then AND Now
In 2011, LaGuardia Community College celebrates 40 years of opening the doors of higher learning to all. By challenging expectations and daring to do more everyday, LAGCC is at the forefront of momentous shifts in the landscape of higher education in the 21st century. Now, as we did then, we imagine new ideas, create new curriculum and pioneer programs to make our community and our country stronger.

 

My LaGuardia Story

Harmonie Kobanghe

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Tell us about yourself.

I am 22 years old, and I am from France. My major is Liberal Arts: Social Science and Humanities. After LaGuardia, I would like to transfer to Harvard, Yale or Columbia University to study Political Science and Sociology.
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Maria Munoz

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I am Ecuadorian and moved to New York City three years ago. I decided to study at LaGuardia because it would help me develop my English speaking skills. I am an International Studies Major at LaGuardia, and will be studying International Relations, Women's Studies and Economics at Sarah Lawrence College.
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Andrew Greene

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I am graduating from LaGuardia this September and will be continuing my studies of Applied Psychology at the Steinhardt School of Culture, Education and Human Development at New York University. I also am one of the LaGuardia Community College students accepted to the Community College Transfer Opportunity Program (CCTOP), which is a scholarship program that helps community college students make the financial leap to a four-year college like NYU.
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Alejandro Madi

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I'm graduating from LaGuardia Community College with an AA in Liberal Arts concentrated in History. I'm continuing at Baruch College and double majoring in Political Science and Economics. Hopefully, in the future I'll be able to enroll at Harvard's Kennedy School for Foreign Affairs.
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