CUNY--New York City College of Technology

The CUNY--New York City College of Technology is the designated college of technology of the City University of New York, currently offering both baccalaureate and associate degrees, as well as specialized certificates. The college serves the city and the state by providing technically proficient graduates in the technologies of the arts, business, communications, health, and engineering; human services and law-related professions; technical and occupational education; and liberal arts and science--upon which all degree programs are built, designed to foster intellectual curiosity, an appreciation for the aesthetic dimension of life and work, and a respect for cultural diversity.

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School Details

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Public, Coed 1946 N/A Semester $15.0 million 300 Jay Street, Brooklyn, NY 11201 (718) 260-5000
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23 100.0 New York Brooklyn

Info & Regulations

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Campus size (acres) N/A
Students who have cars on campus N/A
Alcohol permitted on campus for students of legal age No

Health & Safety

Basic student services offered

nonremedial tutoring
women's center
placement service
day care
health service

Campus safety and security services offered

24-hour foot and vehicle patrols
Late night transport/escort service
24-hour emergency telephones


Career services offered

on-campus job interviews
resume assistance
career/job search classes
interview training

Computer Resources

Computers available for student use in

residence halls
student center

Library & Museum Information

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On-campus library Yes
Museums or special academic buildings on campus learning resource center; art gallery

Learning Disabled (LD) Students

Services for LD students

Remedial math
Remedial English
Reading machines
Remedial reading
Tape recorders
Note-taking services
Learning center
Extended time for tests
Priority registration
Priority seating
Substitution of courses
Texts on tape
Exams on tape or computer
Other testing accommodations
Waiver of foreign language degree requirement

Physically Disabled Students

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Accessibility of campus to physically disabled students Mostly

Services for physically disabled students

Note-taking services
Tape recorders
Adaptive equipment
Reader services
Interpreters for hearing-impaired