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Joseph Fantozzi
Director of Admissions
160 Convent Avenue
New York, NY 10031

Phone: 212-650-6977
Contact CITY COLLEGE OF THE CITY UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK news  Request more information
Classification: Public, 4 year
Setting: Urban
Year Established: 1847
Accreditation: Middle States Commission on Higher Education
Undergraduate Degrees: Bachelor's
Undergraduate Enrollment: 12,983
Tuition: $6,330 in-state; $16,800 out-of-state
Room and Board: $14,238
Programs: American Studies, Anthropology, Architecture, Art-Fine Arts, Art History, Asian Studies, Bilingual Education, Biochemistry, Biology-Biological Sciences, Biomedical Education (7yr. B.S./M.D.), Biomedical Engineering, Black Studies, Chemical Engineering, Chemistry, Civil Engineering, Comparative Literature, Computer Engineering, Computer Science, Early Childhood Education, Economics, Electrical Engineering, Electronic Design and Multimedia, Elementary Education, English, Environmental and Earth System Science, Environmental Engineering, Film-Video, Foreign Language and Literature, History, International Studies, Italian, Jewish Studies, Latin American, Hispanic Caribbean Studies, Mathematics, Mechanical Engineering, Media Communication Arts, Music, Philosophy, Physicians Assistant Program (Upper Division Only), Physics, Political Science, Pre-Law, Premedical Studies (Medicine, Dentistry, Veterinary), Psychology, Secondary Education, Sociology, Sonic Arts Technology, Spanish, Theater, Women's Studies.
Special Features: Honors programs, ESL program, combined B.S./O.D. with SUNY Optometry, 7-year accelerated B.S.-M.D., Physician Assistant program (upper division), combined Bachelor's - Master's degree programs in Economics, English, History, Mathematics, Psychology, Sociology.
Admissions Requirements: Consideration for admission to The City College is based on the following factors: the applicant’s academic average, the number of academic courses and the distribution of these courses, and the applicant's SAT/ACT scores. The best opportunity for admission to City College is the completion of a full high school program of college preparatory courses. The College recommends four years of English, four years of Social Studies, three years of Mathematics, two years of a Foreign Language, two years of Laboratory Sciences, and one year of Performing or Visual Arts as the academic preparation needed for success in college.
Transfer Requirements: High School Transcript, College Transcript, Minimum GPA: 2.5
Transfer Admissions Contact: Mercedes Bains, Assistant Director of Admissions
Annual Transfer Enrollment: More than 1000
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