Senior Colleges

Baruch College

17 Lexington Avenue
New York, NY 10010

Baruch’s innovative 17-floor Vertical Campus recreates the atmosphere of a traditional college campus in an urban setting. The 800,000 square foot structure occupies nearly an entire city block and serves as the College hub. Read More

In addition, each floor is designed as a quadrangle with a mix of classrooms, research space and offices around the open atrium and with many open spaces and cul-de-sacs that are furnished as informal gathering areas. Baruch’s Vertical Building houses a three-level Athletics and Recreation Complex, and expanded student activities center, the Marvin Antonowsky Performing Arts Complex which comprises the Rose Nagelberg Theatre, a state-of-the-art black box theatre which seats 220, The Engelman Recital Hall, a beautifully appointed classic recital hall with 174 seats and raked seating, a 500 seat auditorium, and a television studio.

Brooklyn College

2900 Bedford Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11210

With thirteen buildings on a stunning twenty-six acre, tree-lined campus, Brooklyn College retains the charm that caused The Princeton Review to rank it the most beautiful campus nationwide in 2003. Read More

The College’s facilities include a seven-story student union building, which offers a panoramic view of New York City; extensive recreational and athletic resources; a 150-workstation microcomputer lab; a dining complex; fine arts and performing arts facilities, including the Brooklyn Center for the Performing Arts at Brooklyn College; the Brooklyn College Television Center, with two studios and field and post-production equipment; and a radio production facility. There is also a spectacular new renovation completed at the Brooklyn College Library, creating dramatic floor-to-ceiling window light exposures and multi-shoot options from mansion, to gallery, to ballroom, to executive suite.

The City College of New York

Convent Avenue & 138th Street
New York, NY 10031

Located in upper Manhattan, The City College campus occupies 36 acres along Convent Avenue from 131st to 141st Streets in the St. Nicholas Heights neighborhood. Modern structures provide a striking contrast to the original neo-Gothic buildings, which have been designated as state and national landmarks. Read More

The surrounding neighborhoods are predominantly residential. CCNY’s Performing Arts facilities house a 750-seat proscenium theater, a 175-seat experimental theater and a 75-seat rehearsal studio workshop in addition to a scenery shop, costume shop and green room. The College’s athletic facilities are recognized as some of the finest in the metropolitan area. CCNY’s centerpiece is the Great Hall in Shepard Hall, a cathedral-scaled space that is the building’s showpiece. The Great Hall is 185 feet long, 89 feet wide and 63 feet high. It seats 1520 including the two balconies. It is a breathtaking space that lends itself to a variety of uses and themes with its huge ceiling-to-floor arched windows. It is easy to imagine grand ballroom scenes, elegant soirees and cocktail party film shoots.

The College of Staten Island

2800 Victory Boulevard
Staten Island, NY 10314

The College of Staten Island’s park-like 204-acre campus includes state-of-the-art classrooms, laboratories, studios and offices in two academic quadrangles. Noteworthy facilities include the Astrophysical Observatory, the Biological Sciences and Chemical Sciences Building, the CSI Center for the Arts and the CSI Library. Read More

In addition, CSI offers a spectacular Sports & Recreation Center with pool, fitness annex, fitness center, basketball courts, squash courts and tennis courts. CSI is CUNY’s campus in the country and perfect for those woodland, arboreal shoots.

Hunter College

695 Park Avenue
New York, NY 10021

The College’s main campus is located on Manhattan’s East Side at 68th Street and Lexington Avenue. At this location a modern complex of four buildings interconnected by skywalks houses the Schools of Arts and Sciences, Education and Graduate Studies. Read More

Hunter’s Performance Art facilities include 16 practice rooms, the Brecher Rehearsal Hall with seating for 100, the Ida K. Lang Recital Hall, a 144 seat architectural gem of a performance space, the Frederick Loewe Theatre, a 50 x 54-foot black box performance space and the Sylvia & Danny Kaye Playhouse, a 675 seat proscenium stage theatre. In addition, the Sportsplex at 68th Street and Lexington Avenue offers a Fitness/Weight Room, Gymnasium, 5 indoor Racquetball/Wallyball Courts, 3 Olympic-style Volleyball Courts, 2 Basketball Gymnasiums (12 courts), 2 indoor Tennis Courts, and Men’s & Women’s Locker Rooms.

Hunter College

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Hunter College Brookdale Campus

425 East 25th Street
New York, NY 10010

The Brookdale Campus consists of three 14-story buildings that formerly served as the site of the Bellevue Hospital School of Nursing. The heart of the academic complex has classrooms, teaching labs and support facilities, a library, computer labs and a media center. Read More

Brookdale also boasts The Residence Hall that accommodates mostly single occupancy dorm rooms with a kitchen on each floor and a building-wide laundry room. A small café is located on the premises and a game room on the first floor. Brookdale also has a gym, a 4-lane swimming pool, weight room and a retro bowling alley where the pins are reset by hand.

John Jay College of Criminal Justice

899 10th Avenue
New York, NY 10019

John Jay College occupies four buildings on the west side of Manhattan. The main location is Haaren Hall, a handsome red brick and limestone Flemish Baroque structure which houses classrooms, The Gerald W. Lynch Theater, a state-of-the-art 605-seat theater, complete with full green room, a criminal justice library and forensic labs, a newly constructed Courtroom and Jury Deliberation Room, cyber café, and administrative offices. Read More

John Jay has an extensive athletics facility with an outdoor elevated track with scenic views of the water, an NCAA-size swimming pool with an Olympic diving tower & cardiovascular fitness center, and a tennis court.

Lehman College

250 Bedford Park Boulevard West
Bronx, NY 10468

Lehman College’s beautiful, tree-lined; 37-acre campus is located in a residential section of the northwest Bronx, along the historic Jerome Park Reservoir. The Lehman Campus is accessible from any of the five boroughs or from Westchester County. The New York Times has called Lehman “the most attractive of the CUNY colleges with some of its finest facilities”. Read More

The old Tudor-Gothic architecture of the original College buildings provides an environment of considerable architectural interest. Built in the 1930s as part of the federal Works Projects Administration, the grey-stone buildings feature imposing turrets, graceful finials, and other decorative features. The opening of the Lehman Center for the Performing Arts and the Lehman College Art Gallery has made the college a cultural center for the region. The APEX opened in 1994 with sophisticated athletic facilities including, an Olympic-sized swimming pool, two full sized gymnasiums, four racquetball courts, a fitness center and free-weight room, an indoor track and dance studios

Medgar Evers College

1650 Bedford Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11225

Medgar Evers College is situated in three buildings at their Brooklyn location and the campus is an exciting blend of the old and the new. The Bedford Building was opened in 1988. Read More

The Carroll Building, the first permanent building of the College to which it moved in 1972, is a Brooklyn landmark originally built in 1906 for the Brooklyn Preparatory School. The Bedford Avenue facility is a three-story building housing the 500-seat Founder’s Auditorium, a 75-seat lecture hall, the College Library, classrooms, cafeteria, student lounge and an amphitheater. The Carroll Street facility, which is a four-story structure, houses the School of Science, Health and Technology. The third building is designated for student administration services.

New York City College of Technology

300 Jay Street
Brooklyn, NY 11201

City Tech is situated at the foot of the Brooklyn Bridge and adjacent to the Metro Tech Center academic and commercial complex. Read More

The campus is a two-minute walk from all bus and subway lines serving the Downtown Brooklyn area. NYCCT has a full nursing laboratory with hospital and home health equipment and set-ups. The College also boasts of a full Dental Hygiene Clinic and accompanying medical set-ups. In addition, NYCCT offers a full hospitality set-up with bakery and pastry spaces, complete culinary labs and formal restaurant set-up. Finally, NYCCT’s facilities include extensive graphic arts studios and computer design labs.

Queens College

65-30 Kissena Boulevard
Flushing, NY 11367

Queens College is situated on a beautiful 77-acre, tree-lined campus surrounding grassy open spaces and a traditional Quad. The college’s 45 buildings occupy one of the highest points in the borough. Six of the original stucco and tile buildings are still standing. Read More

The architecture of the Benjamin Rosenthal Library with its soaring, light-filled atrium and distinctive clock tower, features innovations in light-use and design. The campus is embarking on a variety of campus-beautification projects, opening new cafes, installing plasma boards and updating the Student Union. Exceptional campus facilities include the 2,100-seat Colden Auditorium; the new Music Building, home to the LeFrak Concert Hall and the newly renovated Klapper Hall, which features an expanded art gallery and studio space; an Olympic-standard pool, basketball and tennis courts, softball and soccer fields, fitness center and indoor running track.

York College

94-20 Guy R. Brewer Boulevard
Jamaica, NY 11451

York College is centrally situated in Queens and is accessible by car, bus, subway and the Long Island Railroad. York College combines state-of-the-art facilities and a small-college atmosphere. Read More

The college’s Computer Graphics Lab is the most modern graphics lab in the CUNY system. There is a fully equipped television production studio that includes audio production. The Auditorium-Theater Complex houses a 1,500-seat auditorium and includes a 150-seat theater with dressing rooms, studios and offices. The York College gymnasium features an Olympic-pace swimming pool and indoor track with state-of-the-art gym equipment and fitness room. York also has nursing and medical labs and occupational therapy spaces.

Honors and Professional

Graduate Center

365 5th Avenue
New York, NY 10021

The Graduate Center is located across from the Empire State Building. The new campus is housed in the former B. Altman & Company Department Sore Building, built in 1905-1913, which is designated as a New York Landmark building. Read More

The building’s attributes include a light-filled three-story library that incorporates historic design elements as well as a dissertation reading room and the Seymour B. Durst Old York Library Reading Room. There are three theaters with seating for 70 to 400 patrons, two of which have adjacent reception areas; and an Art Gallery facing Fifth Avenue in addition to multiple classroom, office, conference, and seminar spaces.

Craig Newmark Graduate School Of Journalism At CUNY

230 West 41st Street
New York, NY 10036

The Craig Newmark Graduate School Of Journalism At CUNY is housed at 230 West 41st Street, between 7th and 8th Avenues in the former home of the legendary New York Herald Tribune. The School was designed to showcase a convergence of broadcast and interactive journalism technologies. Read More

The centerpiece is an 80-seat wireless newsroom, with a 20-foot multimedia wall, adjacent to a professional level digital television and radio broadcast center. There are five state-of-the-art editing rooms supplemented by a 14-position editing classroom. There is a café and mini lounges scattered throughout the complex, creating informal spaces for discussions or relaxing. The library space provides an area with a contemplative ambiance. The extremely tasteful design of this space gives it a very open, airy, loft-like feel and its sleek and classic interior is capable of invoking many different moods and genres.

CUNY School of Law

2 Court Square
Long Island City, NY 11101

The City University of New York School of Law is located in the borough of Queens, just minutes away from Manhattan. One of the most impressive facilities at the Law School is its multi-tiered, 27,000 square foot law library with a seating capacity for 216 people. The Law School is surrounded by the Queens College Campus and 77 acres of beautiful residential Flushing.

Preserving the Past, Building for the Future: City College

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Sophie Davis School of Biomedical Education

Convent Avenue & 138th Street
New York, NY 10031

Headquartered at The City College, in upper Manhattan, The Sophie Davis School of Biomedical Education offers a five-year program encompassing an undergraduate education with the first two years of medical school and as such, the facilities lend themselves to classroom, laboratory, and research scenes.

Community Colleges

Borough of Manhattan Community College

199 Chambers Street
New York, NY 10007

The Borough of Manhattan Community College is located between Greenwhich and West Streets. It is situated on 4.28 acres and it is a modern structure spanning four blocks from Chambers Street to North Moore Street. Read More

In addition to the 71 classrooms, there are eight seminar rooms, numerous laboratories and three lecture halls (one hall seats 200 and the others seat 100 each). BMCC features a state-of-the-art media center and the Tribeca Performing Arts Center with its 913-seat house and proscenium arch stage, and the more intimate Theater Two, with stadium seating for 262 in addition to a 99-seat drama workshop space. There is a fitness room and an intercollegiate-size swimming pool and a gymnasium that can be divided into three regulation basketball courts.

Bronx Community College

West 181st Street & University Avenue
Bronx, NY 10453

The Bronx Community College campus occupies a 50-acre parcel of land on the sites of the historic Henry H.T. Mali and the Gustav Schwab Estates overlooking the Harlem River. Read More

There are modern classrooms, lecture halls and laboratories; a student center, athletic fields, tennis courts, a swimming pool, cafeteria, shaded walks and a grassy mall with the Hall of Fame for Great Americans and The Colonnade.The Colonnade provides a panorama across the Harlem River to the Cloisters in Fort Tryon Park and beyond to the Palisades. This 630-foot open-air structure houses the 98 bronze portrait busts of the honorees and was designed by the celebrated architect Stanford White. The complex of three buildings adjoining the Colonnade-Gould Memorial Library, the Hall of Languages and Cornelius Baker Hall of Philosophy were also designed by Stanford White and bear a close conceptual relationship to the Colonnade with the library as the central focus giving the campus a distinctly old world-ivy league flavor.

Hostos Community College

475 Grand Concourse
Bronx, NY 10453

A glass-enclosed pedestrian walkway spanning the Grand Concourse just below 149th Street and connecting the two halves of the Hostos Campus is the signature shot of Hostos. Read More

The East Complex faces the Grand Concourse and contains 10 micro-computer labs, art and dance studios, a gymnasium, exercise and fitness centers, and a swimming pool. There are two theaters, a museum-grade art gallery and the college bookstore. A pedestrian bridge connects the East Complex to the Shirley J. Hinds Allied Health Building, which contains the library and additional laboratories.

Kingsborough Community College

2001 Oriental Boulevard
Brooklyn, NY 11235

Kingsborough Community College is situated in the Manhattan Beach section of Brooklyn; its magnificent 70-acre campus overlooks three bodies of water-Sheepshead Bay, Jamaica Bay, and the Atlantic Ocean. Read More

Kingsborough has excellent facilities one of which is its own beach with lifeguard chair, including a media and computer center, an accredited early learning child development center, an educational FM radio station, The Leon M. Goldstein Performing Arts Center with a 743-seat theater and a 300-seat Playhouse Theater, a 1,600 square foot Art Gallery, an Olympic-size swimming pool, a private beach, a Fitness Center, the Robert J. Kibbee Library and the Media Center.

LaGuardia Community College

31-10 Thomson Avenue
Long Island City, NY 11101

LaGuardia Community College is conveniently situated in Queens, New York City’s fastest growing and most ethnically diverse borough. The campus is just minutes from Manhattan and Brooklyn by subway, bus or car. Read More

The Main or M building was built in 1919 and was the manufacturing facility for White Motor Car Company and during the Second World War the manufacture was devoted to the War effort. It houses The Health Service Center, Bookstore, Cafeteria, Gym and Fitness Center. The E Building houses the Library, The Performing Arts Center with its 742-seat theater and the 25-yard six-lane swimming pool.

Queensborough Community College

222-05 56th Avenue
Bayside, NY 11364

Queensborough Community College is located on an attractive 37-acre campus in residential Bayside. Read More

The campus houses an astronomy observatory, a recital hall, a professional sound recording studio, art and dance studios, a photography laboratory, a radio station, the QCC Art Gallery, a 900-seat professional theatre, and the experimental Shadowbox Theater. Robert F. Kennedy Hall contains a fitness center, gymnasium, aquatic center, tennis courts and an indoor track.