CUNY Graduate School is a public university located in Manhattan, New York in the New York City Area. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 418 undergraduate students. Popular majors include Nursing, Business, and Liberal Arts and Humanities. Graduating 67% of students, CUNY Graduate School alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $49,100.
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CUNY Graduate School & University Center Reviews
I currently attend online, majoring in Sociology. First, my experience in the enrollment was very simple and smooth. My advisor walked me through the process including my transfer credits. Secondly, the registration was easy, although I have online experience. Last, the courses are challenging and the professor's are A plus. I have experienced difficulties and my professor's were able to see me through. I have a 3.2 gap and I plan to finish my degree at CUNY SPS.
A great, valuable option for school in the city. Admissions process was straightforward and made sure my education will address my own needs
This review is on SPS. This is not school I would recommend unless you are prepared to do work on your own. You must be self- sufficient in class, in the the administrative planning, counseling and graduation. This school is for very organized students who can follow up and teach themselves.