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Office of Admissions
30 Cooper Square
New York, NY 10003

Phone: 212-353-4120
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Classification: Private, 4 year
Setting: Urban
Year Established: 1859
Accreditation: Middle States Commission on Higher Education
Undergraduate Degrees: Bachelor's
Undergraduate Enrollment: 853
Tuition: Tuition for the 2017-2018 academic year is $43,250. All incoming students receive a half-tuition scholarship worth $21,625. In addition, we provide need based financial aid on a sliding scale and merit scholarships to exceptional students.
Room and Board: Approximately $16,000 annually. Housing in our residence halls is available to most first-year students.
The Great Hall of The Cooper Union has stood for more than a century as a bastion of free speech and a witness to the flow of American History and ideas. When the hall opened in 1858, more than a year in advance of the completion of the institution, it quickly became a mecca for all interested in serious discussion and debate of the vital issues of the day. The Great Hall was the platform for some of the earliest workers' rights campaigns and for the birth of the NAACP, the women's suffrage movement and the American Red Cross.
To the Great Hall's podium has come a pageant of famous Americans — rebels and reformers, poets and presidents. Before they were elected, Presidents Lincoln, Grant, Cleveland, Taft, Theodore Roosevelt and Barack Obama all spoke there. Woodrow Wilson, William Jefferson Clinton, and Barack Obama spoke as incumbents. And, during the past century's times of tremendous upheaval, it was through meetings in Cooper's famous auditorium that the politics and legislation necessary to build a humane city took shape
Programs: UNDERGRADUATE DEGREES: B.Arch. (Architecture), B.F.A. (Visual Arts), B.E (Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering,), B.S. (General Engineering). GRADUATE DEGREES: M.E. (Engineering), M.Arch II (Architecture).
Special Features: International and domestic exchanges; professional internships and employment opportunities in New York City and beyond; independent study; mutual exchange with Lang College and Parsons School of Design.
Admissions Requirements:

Engineering: H.S. transcript, SAT I or ACT, SAT Subject Tests in Math and Physics or Chemistry, Part II (essay questions). Fine Art: Home test, portfolio, H.S. record, SAT I or ACT. Architecture: Studio test, H.S. record, SAT I or ACT (no portfolio for first year applicants required). All first time financial aid applicants must submit the FAFSA.

End of Year Show 2014 - The Irwin S. Chanin School of Architecture from CU Architecture Archive on Vimeo.
Transfer Requirements: ACT/SAT Scores, High School Transcript, College Transcript, Recommendations, Portfolio
Transfer Admissions Contact: Adrianne Greth, Assistant Dean of Admissions
Annual Transfer Enrollment: 11-25

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