Boricua College

New York, NY

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Boricua College

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Major Associates Bachelors Masters
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Ratings & Reviews

Overall Rating for Academics:

Rated 5 of 5 Stars 3 Reviews

100% of students gave Boricua College 5 stars in Academics.

Student Ratings

Student at This School - Grad Year 2012

Academics Rating

I loved that i was able to take classes in economics, political science, american literature, Psychology one and two, workshops and my favorite only Boricua college does this Colloquium with is an intellectual way of learning. interpretation, translation, extrapolation, analysis of elements, Synthesis, Application, and Evaluation, the intellectual modules we use for the course. class size could be a little to crowded for my liking but some teachers are so good students like me seem to deal with the overcrowding. the workload I feel can be a lot but worth it they are preparing us for the real world the workforce.

Student at This School - Grad Year 2014

Academics Rating

the classes are small non traditional, the professors are unique in their teaching methods, they use life scenarios of the professional and personal values. the workload is just as in city/ Suny universities and they are here to help if there are any questions we have, Regular class instructions there are no more than 25 students, when we are gathering to discuss our the packets we are handed the conversation is both instrumental and enlightend to use the perception to think and perceive beyond what society is focused on.

Boricua College Academic Details

Academic Calendar Semester
Retention Rate 43%
Carnegie Class Baccalaureate Colleges--Diverse Fields
Orientation Month(s) Orientation for new students held in September and February.

Specialty Study Options

  • Distance Learning

Faculty Ethnic Diversity

  • Latino: 67
  • Caucasian: 19
  • African American: 14
Latino 67
Caucasian 19
African American 14

Faculty at Boricua College

Total Faculty 121
Student-to-Faculty Ratio 20
Full-Time Professors 144
Male Faculty 68
Part-Time Professors 90
Women Faculty 53

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