Experience what CUNY has to offer first hand by visiting our colleges. The best way to get a feel of our campuses is to walk the grounds, see the facilities and find out which campus is the right fit for you. All of our campuses are part of the energetic and vibrant life of New York City, yet each college has a unique feel and something different to offer you. Take the next step in your college search and come visit us! Information sessions, open houses and guided tours are available at each college.
Baruch College holds an international reputation for excellence that stems from both the motivated students of proven achievement it attracts, as well as the superb education it offers to help these same students achieve their dreams.
With an international reputation for academic excellence, Brooklyn College is a liberal arts college that offers exceptional education for undergraduate and graduate students alike. Come visit the amazing campus, known for its beauty, friendliness and diversity.
The City College of New York
Founded in 1847, The City College of New York emphasizes academic excellence combined with access to higher education, producing remarkable results and recognition as a premier public institution of higher education and one of America’s great educational success stories.
College of Staten Island
Academic excellence stands as the goal of CSI. Offering 35 academic programs, 15 graduate degree programs, and challenging doctoral programs in cooperation with the CUNY graduate Center, CSI promises to give students the tools needed to achieve.
Standing as one of the oldest public colleges in the nation, Hunter is also the largest CUNY college. It provides distinguished education in the liberal arts, sciences and professional fields such as education, health care professions, nursing and social work.
John Jay College of Criminal Justice
An international leader in justice education, John Jay defines Justice as something holistically, both narrowly and broadly, in its goal to offer a rich education in the liberal arts and professional studies in a vibrant urban setting.
With over 50,000 graduates who have gone on to achieve success in a myriad of fields, in addition to over 90 undergraduate and graduate degree programs and specializations, Lehman College demonstrates devotion to meeting the educational needs of its students and offering a quality education.
Medgar Evers College
Founded in 1970, Medgar Evers College is the newest CUNY four-year college. At Medgar Evers, surrounded by a diverse faculty and student body, students will acquire the skills needed to achieve lifelong success and make a difference in the world.
New York City College of Technology
CUNY’s four-year college of technology prides itself on being the largest public college of technology in New York State and a national model for technological education. With access to cutting edge equipment and technology, City Tech provides a setting where students can prepare for tomorrow’s workforce.
Nationally ranked as one of the top 10 regional public universities in a 2010 U.S. News and World Report, Queens College boasts a 77-acre campus with a traditional quad that gives a view of the Manhattan skyline. The College serves more than 20,000 students from 140 nations.
York College combines the features of a major university with those of a smaller college. Students will benefit from distinguished faculty and pre-professional programs along with state-of-the-art facilities, while also receiving individualized attention and taking in a strong sense of community.
Borough of Manhattan Community College
Borough of Manhattan Community College stands as one of the nation’s leading community colleges, reflecting the best of aspects of New York City. Striving to meet the needs of all students, BMCC offers a general liberal arts curriculum, along with programs focused on career education and continuing education.
Bronx Community College
With more than 33,000 graduates who have gone on to earn bachelor’s degrees or pursue careers as skilled professionals, Bronx Community College provides an inspiring setting for learning and nurturing talents on its 54-acre campus.
Guttman Community College
As the most recent community college to join the CUNY system, Guttman Community College offers a unique first year experience with attention to understanding the history behind the vibrancy of NYC and maintaining it. With a flexible schedule for its associate degree programs, GCC strives for excellence.
Hostos Community College
Named in honor of Eugenio María de Hostos, HCC takes pride in its namesake and role in educating students from diverse backgrounds, enrolling about 5,500 students many of whom come from Puerto Rico, the Dominican Republic, and South and Central America.
Kingsborough Community College
Kingsborough Community College enrolls approximately 15,000 degree-seeking students whom it offers programs in the liberal arts and sciences, in addition to career-focused majors, as well as specialized programs and non-credit courses. With its beautiful campus and flexible schedules, Kingsborough is an ideal learning environment.
LaGuardia Community College
Named one of the top three large community colleges in the U.S., LaGuardia Community College offers its students an unparalleled education in preparation for either immediate employment or transfer to four-year colleges for baccalaureate degrees.
Queensborough Community College
With an enrolled population of around 15,000 students from diverse backgrounds, Queensborough is devoted to individual growth and a rich general education to provide its students with a future in any one of a number of departments, while also offering non-credit courses and certificate programs.