Macaulay's eight campuses demonstrate the full range of academic and intellectual opportunities which make the City University of New York America's leading public university. With home campuses in all five of New York's boroughs, and a central home at the Macaulay building on Manhattan's Upper West Side, Macaulay students have an exceptional opportunity to enjoy the diversity, richness and excitement of New York City.
Macaulay Honors College
The Macaulay Building, steps from Central Park and Lincoln Center, includes state-of-the-art classrooms, student performance space, a fully-equipped screening room, administrative offices, a cafe, and other common gathering spaces for students.
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Macaulay Honors College
The Macaulay Building, steps from Central Park and Lincoln Center, includes state-of-the-art classroom space, a lecture hall, student performance space, a fully-equipped screening room, seminar and meeting rooms, administrative offices, a cafe, and other common gathering spaces for students.
Located on Manhattan's East Side a few blocks from Central Park, Hunter College's campus includes a nine-story library with full wireless internet access and sophisticated academic computing services. Macaulay students at Hunter enjoy free housing in the Brookdale dormitory.
Baruch's award-winning Vertical Campus provides a three-level sports, theater and recital space, a television studio, computer labs, and classrooms. Baruch students join the internationally recognized Zicklin School of Business; the Weissman School of Arts and Sciences, or the School of Public Affairs,
Located on a 36-acre campus of neo-Gothic buildings, City College has graduated more Fortune 500 CEOs than any other public college. It has the only public schools of Architecture and Engineering in the area and is also home to innovative programs in biomedical engineering and structural biology.
At its beautiful tree-lined campus, Lehman offers a wide range of interdisciplinary majors. Distinguished faculty include Academy Award and Pulitzer Prize winning composer John Corigliano, physicist Eugene Chudnovsky, and mathematicians Victor Pan and Adam Koranyi.
Considered one of the "hottest" colleges by Kaplan/Newsweek, Queens boasts a world-class faculty and a vibrant social life and supports a wide range of majors and programs including the Earth and Environmental Sciences, and the Visual and Performing Arts.
Renowned for its historical commitment to the liberal arts, Brooklyn boasts a distinguished faculty that includes Pulitzer Prize and Guggenheim winners in its ranks. Brooklyn students have been honored with prestigious fellowships, including the Rhodes, Fulbright and Marshall.
College of Staten Island
CUNY's largest campus is home to a supercomputer for advanced modeling and simulation and an asteroid tracking station. Students work with CSI's stellar faculty, many of whom have won national awards in fields as diverse as poetry, playwriting, developmental neuroscience, and polymeric materials.
John Jay College
Set in a state of the art new building in the center of Manhattan, John Jay College offers a first class, rigorous liberal arts education distinguished by innovation across disciplines. From Forensic Science to English to Economics, our award-winning faculty work closely with students to help them pursue their educational goals and prepare for their futures.