As part of the Mayor’s College Access for All Initiative, the New York City Department of Education and CUNY have partnered to ensure that every middle-school student has the opportunity to visit a college campus to promote high school, college, and life success. Through age-appropriate and customized visits, CUNY reinforces the message that all students CAN GO to college, college is AFFORDABLE, and students can take steps NOW to achieve their college goals.

Schedule Your Campus Visit

  1. Scheduling is first-come, first-served.
  2. Register a minimum of three weeks prior to visit.
  3. Most visits are limited to 48 students plus at least 4 chaperones.
  4. Please indicate any dietary or special needs when you register.
  5. You will receive a confirmation email requesting additional follow up.
  6. Please submit a letter from the principal 3 weeks before your visit and a student roster.
  7. Visit times cannot be changed. Please contact the campus coordinator at the host campus if you anticipate a delayed arrival.
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Bronx Community College

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Established in 1957, Bronx Community College offers associate’s degrees in more than 30 academic programs including biology, business, history, foreign languages and engineering. Its 11,500 students come from around the globe, representing 100 countries. Beyond their academic studies, students can get involved in more than 35 clubs and organizations, ranging from the business club to the cheerleading club.
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Brooklyn College

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Brooklyn College was established in 1930 in Brooklyn’s Midwood neighborhood. Students from around the world come to take advantage of over 150 degree programs in the arts, sciences, math, business and education. Students have the opportunity to study abroad, live in a residence hall and participate in more than 200 clubs and organizations, as well as intramural and varsity sports.
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John Jay College of Criminal Justice

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John Jay College of Criminal Justice is a four-year college offering liberal arts and professional education with a focus on justice. Students can study a range of topics, from forensic science and criminal justice to English and economics. Outside of the classroom, students participate in 16 varsity and intramural sport teams and over 40 student organizations and clubs and can live in residence halls near the campus in Midtown Manhattan.
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Kingsborough Community College

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Kingsborough Community College, established in 1963, is on an oceanfront campus in Manhattan Beach, Brooklyn. Brooklyn’s only community college, it offers 38 associate’s degree and four certificate degree programs in liberal arts fields and science fields as well as career-focused paths. Its 14,000 students represent 142 countries and have the opportunity to participate in over 50 student clubs and 10 athletic teams.
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Lehman College

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Lehman College was established in 1968 as a senior college in the Bronx. Its 10,000 undergraduate students can take advantage of 51 programs, which range from English to computer science. Students can apply to live in the residence hall near campus and participate in over 50 student clubs, including archery, student radio and the National Society of Black Engineers.
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Medgar Evers College

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Medgar Evers College was established in 1970 in central Brooklyn & offers bachelor’s and associate’s degree programs. Students can take courses in a wide range of fields, including business and accounting or psychology and social work. Students may participate in 13 varsity sports or three club sports and more than 25 student clubs and organizations or learn about a new culture studying abroad.
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Queens College

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Queens College, in residential Flushing, was established as a senior college in 1937. Students representing more than 150 nations come together to study a variety of fields. Undergraduates choose a major from one of four academic groups: Arts and Humanities, Math and Natural Sciences, Social Sciences, and Education. Students have access to over 100 clubs and several NCAA Division II athletic teams and can live on campus in the Summit Apartments.
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The City College of New York

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The City College of New York, a senior college located in Harlem, was established in 1847 and today offers academic programs in more than a hundred fields, ranging from art to biomedical engineering. City College boasts over 200 student-run clubs and organizations as well as 16 NCAA Division III sports teams. Students have the opportunity to participate in honors programs, study abroad and live in state- of-the-art on-campus housing at The Towers.
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The College of Staten Island

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The College of Staten Island is a four-year senior college in central Staten Island. It offers bachelor’s and associate’s degrees and is also a participant in CUNY’s Macaulay Honors College. Students can take advantage of community-service opportunities, NCAA Division III sports teams and more than 50 clubs and student organizations, as well as live in luxury residence halls or study abroad in Australia, China, Costa Rica and beyond.
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York College

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York College, established in 1967, is in Jamaica, Queens. This senior college offers more than 40 academic majors ranging from biotechnology to social work. Students representing 50 countries have the opportunity to participate in over 40 student clubs and organizations such as the music club and the Haitian Students Association. It is home to the CUNY Aviation Institute.
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