Unique Programs Housing Athletics Directions T HE CI T Y UNI VE RSI T Y OF NE W YORK 14CUNY offers many unique programs, below are a few examples. For more information on additional unique Intercollegiate or intramural athletic opportunities are available to students DISCOVER OVERprograms with supplemental applications please visit www.cuny.edu/undergraduate at every CUNY college. At the varsity level, four-year and community colleges The following is a general listing of all CUNY undergraduate campuses. For information regarding the admission office at each campus, compete on 23 men’s and women’s teams in 14 different sports. Four-yearMacaulay Honors College college varsity teams compete in the National Collegiate Athletic Association please refer to the CUNY website at www.cuny.eduSince 2001, the Macaulay Honors College has offered students hands-on internships, research and global (NCAA), while community college teams belong to the National Juniorlearning opportunities to provide skills and experiences to excel in college and beyond. As a Macaulay College Athletic Association (NJCAA). COLLEGES DIFFERENTstudent you will have access to opportunities including special interdisciplinary seminars, personalized Baruch College One Bernard Baruch Way John Jay College of Criminal Justice 524 W 59th Street York College 94-20 Guy R. Brewer Boulevard LaGuardia Community College 31-10 Thomson Avenue (between CUNYadvisement, a cultural passport granting access to endless NY arts and cultural venues, a laptop computer, a All CUNY colleges are members of CUNYAC, The City University of New York (Lexington Ave. at 24 St.) Room L64 (between Liberty Ave. & Archer Ave.) Van Dam St. & 31 St.) New York, NY 10010 New York, NY 10019 Jamaica, NY 11451 Long Island City, NY 11101 SPORTSfull scholarship (must meet CUNY New York State residency requirements for in-state tuition) and so much Athletic Conference. Citywide CUNYAC championship tournaments in all Subway: 1, 6, F, Q, R to 23 St. Subway: 1, A, B, C, D to 59 St./ Subway: E, J, Z to Jamaica Center/ Subway: 7 to 33 St. Walk two blocksmore. Located at eight CUNY colleges, with a home at the Macaulay building on Manhattan’s Upper West At CUNY, we believe in giving you options for every aspect of your undergraduate education and that includes Bus: M1, M2, M3, M5, M6, M7, M15, Columbus Circle; N, Q, R to Parsons-Archer. Exit at “159 St. & west to Thomson Ave./Van Dam St.; E, housing. Having a comfortable place to live, with easy access to your college campus, will make your entire sports are hotly contested and followed closely by CUNY students and the M18, M101, M102 to 23 St. 57 St./7 Ave. Parsons Blvd.” and walk one block east. M, G, R to Queens Plaza. Use “JacksonSide, Macaulay provides students an exceptional opportunity to enjoy the diversity, richness and excitement New York City press. The Commissioner’s Cup is presented each year to the Bus: M11, M31, M57, M104. Cross under LIRR trestle (160 St.). Ave. and Queens Blvd.” exit. Walkof CUNY and New York City. For more information, visit www.macaulay.cuny.edu college experience more rewarding. Brooklyn College Enter York, left at the traffic light. over the Queens Blvd. Bridge (over the top four-year and community college athletic program. 2900 Bedford Avenue Lehman College Bus: Q4, N4, Q5, Q6, Q8, Q9, Q25, Sunnyside train yards) until you reach Brooklyn, NY 11210 250 Bedford Park Boulevard West Q30, Q31, Q34, Q41, Q42, Q44, Q54, Van Dam St./Thomson Ave.; N, Q to CUNY Housing Options Additional Housing Options Subway: Q to Avenue H. Walk four (at Paul Ave.) Q56, Q65, Q83, Q84, Q85, Q110, Q111, Queensboro Plaza. Take 7 to 33 St.Sophie Davis School of Biomedical Education blocks east to Ocean Ave. entrance; Q to Avenue J. Take B6 or B11 bus to Bronx, NY 10468 Subway: 4, D to Bedford Park Blvd. Q112, Q113. LIRR/Jamaica AirTrain: Any train to (see 7 above). LIRR: To Hunters Point: Take Flushing-Sophie Davis was founded to recruit underrepresented minorities into medicine, increase medical services • Baruch College: 1760 Third Ave Residences Educational Housing Services Campus Road; 2, 5 to Flatbush Ave. Bus: B6, B8, B11, B41, B44, B49, Q35/ Walk west. Metro North: Harlem line to Jamaica: Take E, J, Z at Sutphin Blvd. (see above). bound 7 to 33 St.; To Woodside: Take Manhattan-bound 7 to 33 St.in historically under-served areas, and increase the availability of primary care physicians and dentists in The Educational Housing Service offers housing • Brooklyn College: Residence Hall Green Bus Line. Botanical Garden. (see 7 above). Borough of Manhattan Medgar Evers College COMMUNITY COLLEGESNew York State. The program offers three unique and challenging programs leading to careers in medicine: LIRR: To Atlantic Ave. Take Q, 2, 5 Bus: Bx2, Bx10, Bx22; Bus: In Queens, Q60, Q32 to Queens Community College Community College Community College to all students in New York City, with buildings John Jay College of The City College of Hostos Community subway (see above) or B41 bus. Liberty Lines from Manhattan: Borough of Manhattan Community Blvd./Skillman Ave. Walk one block Bronx Community • The City College: The Towers College of Staten Brooklyn College • BS-MD Program: This innovative five-year program integrates undergraduate education with the Criminal Justice Lehman College Queensborough Queens College Baruch College BxM4A or 4B; From College - main campus west. From Brooklyn: Q39; B62 to Hunter College located throughout Manhattan and Kingsborough York College The City College of New York / Westchester: 20, 20X. 199 Chambers Street (between Citicorp Building in LIC. Walk across first two years of medical school. • Hunter College: Residence Hall, downtown Brooklyn. Sophie Davis School of Biomedical Greenwich St. & West St.) Thomson Ave. Bridge & from Manhattan: New York College College New York, NY 10007 • BS-DDS Program: The dental program is designed, similar to the BS-MD program, as a seven-year Education Macaulay Honors College Q32 (at Madison Ave. and 59 St.) to Island 1760 Third Ave 160 Convent Avenue (at 138 St.) 35 West 67 Street (near Columbus Ave.) Subway: A, C to Chambers St.; E to Queens Blvd./Skillman Ave. Walk one integrated curriculum leading to the Bachelor of Science (BS) and Doctor of Dental Surgery (DDS) Brandon Residence for Women New York, NY 10031 New York, NY 10023 World Trade Center; 1, 2, 3, J or M to Chambers St.; 4, 5, 6 to Brooklyn block to Thomson Ave./Van Dam St. degrees. • Lehman College: Bedford Park The Brandon Residence for Women, located in the Baseball (men) • • • • • •1 • • • • Subway: 1 to 137 St. Walk three blocks uphill to Convent Ave.; A, B, C, D to Subway: 1 to 66 St. Bus: M5, M7, M104. Bridge/City Hall; N, R, Q to City Hall. The New Community College • Physician Assistant (PA) Program: This 28-month upper division program leads to a BS degree and Basketball (men) • • • • • • • • •1 • • • • • • 145 St. Walk west to Convent Ave., Bus: M22. 50 West 40th Street Residence Hall Upper West Side of Manhattan, is a traditional then south to 138 St.; 4, 5, 6 to 125 St. Medgar Evers College Path: To World Trade Center, to (between 6th Ave & 5th Ave) certification as a Physician Assistant. residence hall facility with private furnished rooms Basketball (women) • • • • • • • • •1 • • • • • • Take M100 or M101 bus to Amsterdam 1650 Bedford Avenue (at Crown St.) Christopher St. Take 1 subway to New York, NY 10018For more information, visit www1.ccny.cuny.edu/prospective/med • Queens College: The Summit and two bathrooms per floor. Cheerleading / Dance • • • • • • • •1 • • • Ave. and 138 St. Walk east one block to Convent Ave.; Metro North: To 125 St. Brooklyn, NY 11225 Subway: 2, 5 to President St.; Chambers St. Subway: Take the B, D, M or F to 42nd Street-Bryant Park or the 1, 2, 3, N, Q, R (coed) • College of Staten Island - Coming in 2013 (see 4, 5, 6 above). Note: City College operates shuttle 3, 4 to Franklin Ave. Walk one block to Bedford Ave., then downhill. Bronx Community College 2155 University Avenue or S to Times Square-42nd Street or the 7 to 5th Avenue-Bryant ParkASAP (Accelerated Study in Associate Program) Cross Country (men) • • • • • • • • •1 • • • • Clubs & Activities buses to the 137 St. (Broadway) and Bus: B44, B49 to Carroll St. B43 (at West 181 St.) Bus: From the East Side, take the M1, Cross Country (women) • • • • • • • • •1 • • • • 145 St. (St. Nicholas) subway stations. to Nostrand Ave. Bronx, NY 10453 M2, M3, M4 or M5; from the West Side,ASAP is designed to help students realize their goal of earning an associate degree as quickly as possible. Bus: M4, M5, M18, M100, M101, Bx19. Subway: 4 to Burnside Ave. Walk west take the M6, M7, M10, M20, M42, and Fencing (men) • New York City College of Technology four blocks to University Ave.; B, D M104.ASAP students graduate at more than double the rate of their peers and transfer to 4-year colleges and/or 1800 College of Staten Island (City Tech) to Tremont Ave. Walk north on Grand Fencing (women) • • • 1 Concourse to Burnside Ave. Turnenter the workforce in their chosen careers within three years. 2800 Victory Boulevard (near 300 Jay Street (near Tillary St.) Queensborough Community College MORE THAN Willowbrook Park) Brooklyn, NY 11201 left and walk west eight blocks to 222-05 56 Avenue (between Springfield Lacrosse (men) • Staten Island, NY 10314 Subway: A, C, F to Jay St./Borough University Ave. Blvd. & Cloverdale Blvd.) Lacrosse (women) Bus: Free shuttle bus Monday through Hall; 2, 3, 4, 5 to Borough Hall; R to Bus: Bx3; Bx40, Bx42, Bx36 to Bayside, NY 11364Each year ASAP helps students get the most out of their college experience and save families thousands of •1 Friday from St. George Ferry; S62, S92 to Lawrence St. University Ave. Subway/Bus: F to 169 St. or E, J, Z todollars. ASAP students will benefit from: a strong community of motivated peers, experienced advisors who Rifle (coed) • main entrance; S44, S59 to Richmond Bus: B25, B26, B37, B38, B41, B51, Sutphin Blvd./Archer Ave. All transfer to CLUBS Ave./Victory Blvd., 10-minute walk; S61, B52, B54, B57, B61, B67, B75. Hostos Community College Q30 bus to Springfield Blvd. Walk northwill help guide academic progress, career specialists who will help plan professional paths, consolidated Soccer (men) • • • • • • • • •1 • • • • • • S91 to east entrance. LIRR: to Atlantic Ave: Take B41, B67 500 Grand Concourse (at 149 St.) on Springfield Blvd. to 56 Ave.; 7 to Brooklyn bus: S93 (limited service M-F); or walk. Bronx, NY 10451 Flushing/Main St. Take Q27 bus to QCCcourse schedules designed to fit busy schedules, the opportunity to maximize extra-curricular activities, Soccer (women) • • • • • • •1 • • S53 to Victory Blvd. Transfer to S62 or S92. Subway: 2, 4, 5 to 149 St. or Q12 bus to Cloverdale Blvd.full tuition and grants available for students who demonstrate financial need, free use of textbooks each Softball (women) • • • • • • •1 • • Manhattan bus: X10 from 57 St. and Third Ave. Queens College 65-30 Kissena Boulevard (between (Eugenio María de Hostos Blvd.) & Grand Concourse. LIRR: To Queens Village: Take northbound Q27 to QCC; To Bayside:semester, and free monthly MTA Metro Cards. For more information visit www.cuny.edu/explore and click Passionate about Politics? Art? Religion? CUNY has a rich diversity of clubs that will give you the chance to Swimming (men) • • • • •1 • • • Reeves Ave. & Melbourne Ave.) Bus: Bx1, Bx19. Take southbound Q31 bus to 48 Ave./ Hunter College Flushing, NY 11367 Bell Blvd. Take Q27 bus to QCC.on Opportunity Programs. expand your current interests, learn about an entirely new subject or just make friends outside the classroom. Swimming (women) • • • • • •1 • • • 695 Park Avenue (at 68 St.) LIRR: To Main St./Flushing: Take Q17, Q25, Kingsborough Community College New York, NY 10065 Q34 bus; To Jamaica: Take Q44 bus. 2001 Oriental Boulevard Tennis (men) • • • • • • • •1 • • Performing Arts Clubs Social/Political Clubs Subway: 6 to 68 St.; F to Lexington Subway: 7 to Main St./Flushing. Take (at Mackenzie St.) Ave./63 St. Q17, Q25, Q34 bus; E, F, G, R to Brooklyn, NY 11235 Tennis (women) • • • • • • • • •1 • • Subway/Bus: B, Q to Brighton Beach; D Bus: M66, M98, M101, M102, M103. Forest Hills/71 Ave. Exit subway at Imagine having the greatest city in the world as your Experience firsthand what it takes to create change Track & Field (men) to 25 Ave.; F to Avenue X; N to 86 St. All • • • • • •1 • • • • “North side 70 Ave. and 108 St.” Take stage for personal expression. Make your dreams a by becoming a member of student government or Q64 bus to Kissena Blvd.; E, F to Kew transfer to B1; B, Q to Sheepshead Bay. Track & Field (women) • • • • • •1 • • • • Gardens/Union Turnpike. Take Q74 Transfer to B49. reality as a member of a performing arts club at CUNY. by joining one of CUNY’s social clubs. Whether it is Vleigh Place shuttle. Bus: B1, B49 to Mackenzie St. Walk east Volleyball (men) • • • • • • • • Bus: Q17, Q25, Q34, Q44, Q64, Q88. on Oriental Blvd. to entrance. From television and film to music and theatre, you will religion, politics or Greek life, these clubs provide a have more opportunities than ever to reach for the stars. forum for dialog among students of all backgrounds. Volleyball (women) Wrestling (men) • • • • • • • • • •1 • • • • • • Welcome Center All CUNY colleges compete at the Division III level, except Queens College, which sponsors Division II programs as specified in footnotes. 1Division II To learn more about other Clubs and Activities at CUNY visit www.cuny.edu/explore Note: New York City College of Technology and LaGuardia Community College offer intramural programs only. New Community College - Under Development www.cuny.edu/undergraduate www.cuny.edu/undergraduate 06/2012 250,000
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