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NCRA President Speaks at Plaza Court Reporting Symposium!

November 3, 2020

Thank you to everyone who attended the Virtual Court Reporting Symposium! Below, NCRA President, Christine Phipps speaks about the current outlook for the Court Reporting Industry and more!


Virtual Career Pathways Achievement Day!

October 6, 2020
Congratulations to everyone honored in the Virtual Career Pathways Achievement Day!
The Inaugural Career Pathways Achievement Day was hosted on October 2, 2020 to celebrate those who have reached an important milestone in their journey to earning a college degree – the completion of the 24 credits needed to obtain their NYSED-issued High School Equivalency diploma!

Plaza College Ranked in the 15 Best Online Health Information Technology Associate’s Degrees for 2020.

September 25, 2020
Plaza College’s Online Health Information Technology Program was ranked in the 15 Best Online Health Information Technology Associate’s Degrees for 2020.
A rewarding career in the healthcare system can begin simply, with an associate’s in health information technology. A strong online program prepares health care professionals without disrupting their lives.
Health Information Technology is an Associate in Applied Science program consisting of electronic health records management, patient privacy and best legal practices, data analytics, quality improvement, and coding and revenue cycle management.
See the article here! 

2020 Student Graduation Speaker!

September 6, 2020

Aisha Bennerson delivers an inspirational speech for the Class of 2020!

Congratulations Class of 2020

August 4, 2020

Congratulations to the class of 2020! We are extremely proud of what you have achieved and look forward to seeing all the amazing things you will do.


We can’t wait to make history with you with Plaza’s first ever Virtual Graduation Ceremony this Sunday, August 9th at 9 a.m.!  Keep an eye out in your email for details on how to access the ceremony. 


June 2, 2020


Dear Plaza College Community:

On the heels of rebuilding after an unprecedented pandemic, our nation has been thrust into yet another trying time in history.  The events unfolding across the country, sparked by the tragic death of George Floyd, have made the anger, sadness, and despair of its citizens palpable.  Our hearts ache for Mr. Floyd, his family, and everyone affected by the persistence of fundamental inequality in our society.

We have gone from staying home to prevent the spread of COVID-19, to now observing legal curfews in order to protect citizens from violence.  In the face of this grave injustice, set against a backdrop of economic uncertainty and general fear for the future, we must remain committed to our core values as a society.  Access to an education that promotes tolerance and understanding is critical when addressing these issues, for it is only through open-mindedness that we, as a society, can achieve what we set out to accomplish.

This institution was founded in Queens in 1916, and we’ve called this community home since that day.  This Borough is unique – it’s the most diverse county in the entire world.  And, as a member of this community, Plaza College has always prided itself on its diversity and commitment to equality and inclusivity.  For all 104 years of our existence, we have remained true to our mission – to educate our students and provide them with the tools they need to improve their lives for the better.

During these trying times, I call upon us all to stay united as a community.  As an educational institution, we must stand united in our collective pursuit of knowledge and enlightenment.  We’re proud of you, students.   You are the leaders of tomorrow, and we know that through the most professional, responsible, and appropriate channels, you’ll be successful in effectuating the change our society so desperately needs.

Regrettably, we cannot alter the past.  However, we can learn from it and use that knowledge to make meaningful improvements for the future.  As we navigate these trying times, I strongly encourage that you engage with others in a socially distant manner.  Should you need our assistance, please let your professors know.  We are here for you.


President Callahan

Student Spotlight

May 7, 2020


Betty G. was the winner and panelist in March 2019 at the Sigma Kappa Delta National Honor Society Convention in St.Louis, Missouri. This experience led Betty to run for Secretary of Sigma Kappa Delta, working alongside her fellow peers to put on a variety of events for the Plaza College student body.⁣

Betty has worked in the dental field for over six years, explaining that she has always been interested in dentistry and loves working with people. “My sister was the one who got me involved in dentistry when I was fourteen by making goody bags for patients at a dental practice.” ⁣

Her dream job is to eventually end up in research, particularly for Alzheimer’s after witnessing the deterioration of her boyfriend’s grandmother. This inspired her to focus a dental hygiene research project on the disease entitled, “The Correlation Between Periodontal Disease and Alzheimer’s.”

Student Profile

April 14, 2020

Ms. Keena Williams recently transitioned from her Associate’s Degree in the Business Administration Program (AAS) to getting her Bachelor’s in Business Administration Management (BBA). Keena knew the business program was ideal for her career goals because she aspires to work in the music industry, eventually working her way up to a leadership role as a Chief Executive Officer.⁣

⁣Keena’s most memorable experience at Plaza College brings her back to the time she was conducting her audition video for Secretary of Sigma Kappa Delta Honor Society and volunteering at the Multicultural Thanksgiving Feast! She also loved volunteering at the Breast Cancer Bake Sale Fundraiser back in October. ⁣

Keena attributes her academic and professional growth to Ms.Pokidaylo, Director of Career Services. “I look up to her in a leadership capacity. She really cares about my professional conduct and it’s helped me see myself as a stronger and more competent individual.” ⁣

Students Provide Updates on Virtual Learning

March 26, 2020

“It is not what you do for your children, but what you have taught them to do for themselves, that will make them successful human beings” -Ann Landers

Thank you Alejandro P. For sharing this wonderful photo of working with your son,keeping up with your own studies, and staying positive & motivated!


Thank you Martha N. for sharing this amazing photo! “While it’s cold outside I’m indoors enjoying my virtual classes, assisting Professor Lazarus and home schooling my five year old boy-triple tasking!”- Martha

Thank you Diane D. for sharing this motivation!

Plaza College Community Update

March 23, 2020

Plaza College Community,

In the midst of the COVID-19, Plaza College is working harder than ever to provide students, faculty, and staff with the necessary procedures to continue to offer students the best possible experience during this time.

Classes in all programs are currently being offered virtually. Classes are taught by a live instructor, ready to help, in real time, and guide students to continue their studies. These virtual classes are accessed through each student’s ecampus portal, with separate virtual learning modules for every professor.

One of Plaza’s greatest asset for students is the Academic Resource Center (ARC), which allows students to have free tutoring and refreshing in any area they so need. We are proud to announce that the ARC is now LIVE ONLINE. This can be accessed by:

1. When you log into eCampus, click the ARC link above your courses.

2.On the new page, you will see a list of ARC tutors available each day. The tutor’s name includes their hours and the subjects they tutor. Anyone who has hours when you are online is available. Click the name of the tutor you wish to meet with.

3.When you click on the name of the tutor you want to see, you will see the drop down options above. Click on “more details,” and it will open your Google Calendar.

4.In the calendar pop-up, click on “Join Hangouts Meet.” Once you do, you will be live in Google Meets with your tutor! It will look like your online classes.


While it is best to use Google Meets, you will also see a phone number for remote contact. We look forward to seeing you there! If you have any questions about the ARC, please contact Director Krampf at akrampf@plazacollege.edu.

For prospective students looking to apply to our programs, we are now offering VIRTUAL INTERVIEWS! This is a great way to start the process and learn about our programs in depth! By filling out an online application, your admissions counselor will reach out to you. If you’ve already submitted your application, please email Caroline Callahan, Director of Admissionscmc@plazacollege.edu for instructions on how to proceed in the process.

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