List College - The Jewish Theological Seminary is a highly rated private, Jewish college located in Manhattan, New York in the New York City Area. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 158 undergraduate students. Admissions is fairly competitive as the List College - The Jewish Theological Seminary acceptance rate is 47%. The only major offered is Religious Studies. List College - The Jewish Theological Seminary graduates 82% of its students.
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I like having the ability to expand my Jewish knowledge while still earning a degree in general studies at Columbia university.
My favorite experience is listening to the lectures by the great professors that I had, especially Prof. Garfinkel. The Professors are very tolerant of differing opinions and are always available to help a student if he needs it.