A highly diverse student body and exceptional faculty are what distinguish LaGuardia Community College (LCC), a CUNY school.
It’s not surprising that LCC, located on Long Island in New York, has received recognition from such organizations as The New York Times and The Carnegie Foundation. With a student body that represents over 160 countries, LCC’s diversity is impressive.
LaGuardia Community College’s 50 degree programs encompass such areas as fine arts and health and engineering sciences. LCC also has certificate programs, internship offerings, an honors program and continuing and basic adult education options. First-year students participate in learning institutes and academies to give them a solid educational foundation.
Another distinguishing characteristic of LCC is that nearly 50% of the faculty hold doctorates or a terminal degree in their field. LCC faculty have also received recognition for their innovative teaching practices.
LaGuardia’s career service department provides career counseling and helps to place students in co-ops or internships, which can lead to careers.
Students planning to attend LaGuardia may qualify for such financial aid offerings as loans, grants and scholarships. For more information, contact LCC today.
Quick Facts about CUNY LaGuardia Community College, Long Island City
Large City Setting
Very Large (+10,000 Undergrad)
On-Campus Housing Available
Parking Permit Required
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