A four-year liberal arts school, City College of New York (CUNY) in Staten Island is particularly noted for its research programs, facilities, and its college life, which promotes a range of creative arts activities.
Bachelor’s degrees at CUNY Staten Island encompass the liberal, performing and fine arts and the sciences and include such areas of study as:
*World Languages and Literatures
Research is a major part of the Staten Island educational experience. Facilities in which research is conducted include the Astrophysical Laboratory, a chemical sciences lab and an advanced imaging facility.
The arts also have a strong presence on the Staten Island campus. In addition to offering dance, theatre, music and visual arts courses, the Staten Island campus houses a performing arts center, two theatres, a concert and recital hall, two art galleries and a student-run radio station.
Those interested in applying for admission will need to submit an application along with school transcripts or GED scores and SAT scores.
There are many ways of financing a Staten Island education. Federal grants and work-study awards are given to eligible students with a significant financial need. Additional sources of aid include student loans, New York state scholarships and a grant for those who plan to go into the teaching profession. Tuition payment plans are also available.
Quick Facts about CUNY College of Staten Island
Large City Setting
Very Large (+10,000 Undergrad)
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