Maritime College is an above-average public college located in The Bronx, New York in the New York City Area. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 1,581 undergraduate students. Admissions is somewhat competitive as the Maritime College acceptance rate is 69%. Popular majors include Marine Science, Business Support Services, and Mechanical Engineering. Graduating 63% of students, Maritime College alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $61,200.
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Most Popular Majors
Marine Science139 Graduates
Business Support Services56 Graduates
Mechanical Engineering49 Graduates
Electrical Engineering21 Graduates
Industrial Engineering14 Graduates
Atmospheric Sciences and Meteorology8 Graduates
Engineering Technician5 Graduates
Liberal Arts and Humanities4 Graduates
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- of students say they don't have Greek life.14 responses
- of students say varsity sporting events are attended, but not a huge part of campus life.17 responses
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SUNY Maritime College Reviews
The school is located on a beautiful campus under the throggs neck bridge. The professors can be tough but are fair and want students to succeed. If you are in the regiment you will have a busy schedule but will get the opportunity to go on the training ship over the summer as it cruises to various countries around the world; mainly in the Mediterranean. The athletics teams are pretty good with swimming, football, and soccer being the main events. The women's teams are always interesting because there is a very low percentage of girls in the school. Many of the girls will play two to three sports in their time here. Student life can be interesting, various clubs will plan events for the campus that the whole student body can enjoy. The "party scene" on the other hand is almost nonexistant as the campus is a dry campus. Overall, it's a great school if the maritime industry is your calling in life.
SUNY Maritime is GREAT if you come into the school with the regiment. You have more benefits if you come in as a cadet. You'll make more money compared to the civilian students on campus. You also create a bonds with the people in you sections. We all get along as ship mates and work together as a team in various exercises. Being in the regiment has so much to offer, you get to go on a ship and travel to Europe. I'm excited to go because it is my first year and I've always been interested in ships.
The college is an excellent place, I love every second on this campus, yes sometimes the work load can be a lot but there is very good tutoring on campus. Also the regiment program is definitely something I recommend for all who are looking into the school. It keeps you in line where as other schools you don't have that type of guidance where someone is always helping you. Another thing I like is that the regiment is very student based so they understand the struggles of the regiment program as well as the work load of the school. The school has amazing job placement coming out of this school; coming from someone who has family history from the school I can definitely back up my statement.