Institutional Advancement recognizes the critical importance of philanthropic contributions to the continued existence of the College. Institutional Advancement further recognizes the responsibility to ensure that gifts from external sources:
- Are appropriate to the mission of the College;
- Do not carry restrictions or conditions that may compromise the College;
- Are legal;
- Are from donors whose intent are charitable; and
- Are administered to protect donor’s rights and wishes.
Institutional Advancement adheres to the code of ethics and professional standards approved by the Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP), the Council for the Advancement and Support of Education (CASE), the National Planned Giving Council (NPGC) and the Donor Bill of Rights.
Office of Institutional Advancement
Main (718) 262-3810
Kathryn J. Cousins, MPA, CFRE
Vice President of Institutional Advancement & Communications
Director of Strategic Partnerships & Foundation Relations
Manager of Operations