|—||Ted Mosby (Season 3: Ep. 2 We’re Not From Here)|
Like most people, I can’t quite pick up my life and move to New York City.
So, why not start your own life there?
If you are graduating high school, and have always wanted New York to be your home, consider college a get-a-way. Of course, there is always the problem of getting in, so if you don’t get in to a NY college, New Jersey or Vermont or other New England state colleges are your next best choice. Always look into your options, though. The college must be right for you. And you always have your college afterlife; New York is the perfect young-nightlife city to enjoy.
Anyhow, here is some info on some NYC colleges and universities. Check them out!
City College of New York-
137th Street and Broadway
CCNY is one of the most diverse American colleges. It has 150 and growing high impact minors, majors, and graduate programs.
116th Street and Broadway-Amsterdam
The 5th oldest university in the nation, Columbia University has been running for over 250 years. It has over 20 libraries and over 100 departments. Columbia has a world-renowned reputation, since it has quite a collection of Nobel Peace Prizes among its faculty. It is an Ivy League school.
New York University-
Washington Square Park, 4th Street
NYU has an internationally-renowned reputation, particularly in the fields of film and theatre. It also has high-ranked business, law, and medical departments. NYU is in the Greenwich Village neighborhood, as well.
The Juilliard School-
66th Street and Broadway
For a list of more New York colleges and universities, plus their addresses, please refer to this site:
Most people would rather stick to mother-nature, so luckily New York has the well known Central Park. It is 843 acres big, and has been open since 1857.