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- Albert Einstein College of Medicine
- Audrey Cohen College
The Audrey Cohen College System of Education.,which is Purpose-Centered, was pioneered to make higher education more relevant, more effective, and most responsive to people's changing needs.
- Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law
The Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law is located in the heart of Greenwich Village, New York City and has an enrollment of over 900 students from around the nation.
- Berkeley College - New York City Campus
Occupying its own unique seven-story building on Manhattan's fashionable east side, the New York City campus is located just a block and a half from Grand Central Station and is convenient to subway, rail, and bus transportation from all directions.
- Bronx High School of Science
- Brooklyn Law School
Since its founding in 1901, Brooklyn Law School has served as a training ground for distinguished members of the bar and the bench. Its Alumni Association now numbers more than 14,000.
- Brooklyn Technical High School
- Christopher Columbus High School
A Public High School of Talent, Teamwork and Technology. Bronx, NY
- Columbia University *
- Columbia University - Center for New Media
The Center for New Media is a working laboratory for developing new forms of storytelling and multimedia products. The focus is on innovation in content and education. One of the intents is to lead the transformation of newsrooms into multimedia content centers. Columbia University is rebuilding and re-engineering its Journalism Building to accommodate the Center. When completed, it will serve as a model for the newsroom of the future, as well as the electronic library and school of the future, all under one roof.
- Columbia University - COMET Project
Control, Management and Telemedia Project located in the Multimedia Networking Laboratory of the Center For Telecommunications Research (CTR) in Columbia University.
- Cooper Union
Established by Peter Cooper in 1859, is a private institution of higher learning where all students receive full-tuition scholarships.
- Cornell University Medical College *
- Fashion Institute of Technology
- Fordham University *
Founded in 1841, Fordham is New York's City's Jesuit University, attracting more than 14,000 students annually to its ten undergraduate, graduate and professional schools. Fordham's Jesuit tradition encourages students to develop both intellectually and ethically, emphasizing that learning encompasses all aspects of life.
- Fordham University - International Political Economy and Development Program
Fordham University's Graduate Program in International Political Economy and Development (IPED) was instituted in 1979 with the help of federal assistance to meet the needs of future and current professionals in government, business, and non-profit organizations to gain advanced interdisciplinary knowledge of international and development issues.
- George Washington High School
A large 3,300 student high school in Washington Heights.
- Gotham Writers' Workshop
The number one resource for classes and information on writing. GWW offers 10-Week and One-Day Intensive workshops in Fiction Writing, Screenwriting, Playwriting, Nonfiction Writing, Poetry Writing, Comedy Writing, and Sitcom Writing.
- Hunter College *
- JHS 226 Homepage
A JHS in Queens that was made by its students. It has poetry, art, stories and more.
- Manhattan College Gopher
- Manhattan College Home Page
- Milano Graduate School
A division of The New School -- Innovative master's degree programs in professions of critical importance to urban areas; a commitment to racial, ethnic, and gender diversity; and a concern for social responsibility, these are the hallmarks of the Milano Graduate School of Management and Urban Policy.
- Mount Saint Michael Academy
A private, Catholic, Preparatory High School. It was founded in1926 by the Marist Brothers. It is situated in a 22 acre campus in the northeast Bronx, New York.
- Murry Bergtraum High School for Business Careers
A New York City public high school located in lower Manhattan, nestled in between the Brooklyn Bridge and Police Headquarters offering a liberal arts curriculum with a heavy additional emphasis of business courses. The building also houses an adult center which offers courses in computer, career, and leisure.
- New York City - It's a Great College Town
Guide to New York City colleges and universities and guide to New York City for college students.
- New York University *
- NY Open Center
The Open Center is a non-profit center for holistic learning and culture and offers nearly 1000 courses annually.
- Pace University
Pace University has been ranked nationally among America's best colleges in U.S. News & World Report: America's Best Colleges 1996 Annual Guide for the second consecutive year
- Parsons School of Design
One of the largest independent colleges of art and design in the United States, with campuses in New York and Paris.
- Polytechnic University
- Pratt Institute
- PS68 Class of 1960 Reunion
Looking for graduates of PS68 (Ridgewood / Glendale) Queens, class of 1960.
- Queens College
- Ralph Bunche School
Harlem, New York, USA
- Rockefeller University
- Samuel Gompers Technical High School
- School of Visual Arts
The School of Visual Arts, located in New York City, is the largest independent college of art in the United States. The Bachelor of Fine Arts degree is offered in: Advertising, Animation, Art Education, Art Therapy, Cartooning, Computer Art, Film, Fine Arts, Graphic Design, Illustration, Interior Design, Photography, and Video.
- Special Education Dept. at Sheepshead Bay High School
The Special Education Dept. at Sheepshead Bay High School provides all MIS I, MIS II and SIS I students with a vital, well-wrought public education consistent with extant IEP goals and in full compliance with PL 94-142.
- State University of New York: Health Science Center at Brooklyn
For over 125 years, the Health Science Center at Brooklyn (formerly Downstate) has been the sole academic health center in the borough, a vibrant urban community and home for generations of new Americans. Through academic and clinical partnerships, they are deeply committed to promoting the health of our region's people and to advancing the state of its health care system.
- Stern College for Women
Established in 1954 through a major gift from the late industrialist Max Stern, Stern College for Women is the undergraduate college of arts and sciences for women of Yeshiva University. It is located at YU's Midtown Center in the Murray Hill section of Manhattan. More than 800 students from some two dozen states and a similar number of foreign countries, including students registered at Sy Syms School of Business, attend classes at Stern College.
- Stuyvesant High School *
- Sun Yat Sen Intermediate School
A public school serving youths 11-15 years of age in grades 7 through 9 located at the foot of the Manhattan Bridge on the Manhattan side of New York City.
- SUNY: Empire State College
Design your own curriculum, including classes, independent study and credit for life experience.
- Sy Syms School of Business
The Sy Syms School of Business, Yeshiva University's undergraduate business school, offers business programs for men at the uptown Main Campus and for women at the Midtown Center. Established in 1987 through a major gift from Sy Syms and other business leaders, the school offers a complete business curriculum along with an intensive Jewish studies component.
- The City University of New York *
- The City University of New York - Athletic Conference
The CUNY Athletic Conference comprises eight senior and five community colleges. We play a full range of varsity sports, including, basketball, baseball, soccer, tennis, volleyball and swimming. This page includes stats, player profiles and schedules for 1996.
- The Dalton School
- The Day School
The Day School, independent K-12 progressive school in New York City.
- The French Culinary Institute
- The New School for Social Research *
The New School for Social Research was founded in 1919 as the first American university for adults. There were no credits and no degrees; its entire purpose was to provide a place for teachers and students to come together for the purpose of learning. Its founders included some of the most distinguished figures in American education: Charles A. Beard, Alvin Johnson, James Harvey Robinson, etc.
- The New School for Social Research - Distance Learning Program
The New School's Distance Instruction for Adult Learners (DIAL) program provides an opportunity for students to take New School courses at their own convenience. Using various media (interactive computer conferencing, video and audio tape, as well as co nventional reading matter), students receive instruction, ask questions of the instructor and each other, discuss issues and actively participate in the class -- all from their homes or offices, at any time
- The New York College of Podiatric Medicine
The New York College of Podiatric Medicine and The Foot Clinics of New York are considered to be the birthplaces of American podiatric medicine. The College was founded in 1911 through the efforts of Maurice J. Lewi, M.D., physician, educator and Secretary of the New York State Board of Examiners. Located in New York City, where some of the most prestigious health care teaching institutions in the world are located, the College over the years has distinguished itself by graduating approximately 25% of the active foot specialists in the country.
- The New York Institute for Special Education
Serving students with special needs since 1831 -- A private, non-profit, non-sectarian educational facility with quality programs for children who are blind or visually disabled, emotionally and learning disabled and pre-schoolers who are developmentally delayed.
- Yeshiva College
Founded in 1928, Yeshiva College is the undergraduate college of arts and sciences for men of Yeshiva University. It is located on YU's Main Campus on the Upper West Side of Manhattan. Approximately 1,000 students from 25 states and as many foreign countries, including students registered at Sy Syms School of Business, attend classes at Yeshiva College.
- Yeshiva University
Yeshiva University in New York City is America's oldest and most comprehensive institution of higher education under Jewish auspices. Founded in 1886, it has grown from a small school for boys on Manhattan's Lower East Side to a multifaceted research university for men and women. Today, it comprises 17 schools, divisions, and affiliates located on three campuses in Manhattan and one in the Bronx.
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