CUNY New York City College of Technology

Address:
300 Jay St, Brooklyn, NY 11201
Phone:
718-260-5500
Website:
http://www.citytech.cuny.edu
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About CUNY New York City College of Technology

CUNY New York City College of Technology is classified as a combined baccalaureate and associate’s degree college. At least 10 percent of all undergraduate degrees awarded are bachelor’s degrees. This very large four-year institution has an estimated annual full-time enrollment of 10,000 students or more. Up to 50% of degree-seeking students are enrolled full time, and fewer than 25% of undergraduates reside on campus. This institution awards associate’s and bachelor’s degrees, with the majority of degrees awarded at the associate’s level. According to data for fall enrollment, 60-79% of undergraduates are full time students. Enrollment data shows that only undergraduates are enrolled at this four-year bachelor’s degree granting institution.

School Information

General Information

Student Body SizeUndergraduate15,399
 Graduate0
 Total15,399
GenderFemale48%
 Male52%
Student Age% Under 2570%
 % 25 and Over30%
 % Age Unknown0%
Attendance Type% Full-time59%
 % Part-time41%
Race/Ethnicity% White14.3%
 % Black38.2%
 % Asian15.5%
 % Latino26.3%
 % Native American0.3%
 % Race Unknown0.0%
 % International student5%
Student ServicesCareer CounselingYes
 Student Employment ServicesYes
 Graduate Placement ServicesYes
 Study AbroadYes
 Day CareYes
Religious AffiliationNO
Campus settingCity
Intitution typePublic
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Academic Information

Distance Learning Available
Calendar SystemSemester

Admissions Information

Open AdmissionNo
ApplicantsTotal14,419
 % Admitted84%
 % Admitted Who Enrolled27%
Application RequirementsHigh School GPA
 High School TranscriptRequired
 High School RankingNeither required nor recommended
 College Prep CoursesNeither required nor recommended
 Letter of RecommendationNeither required nor recommended
 Demonstration of CompetenciesNeither required nor recommended
 Admissions ExaminationRecommended
 Test of English as a Foreign Language (International Students)Required
Standardized Tests% of Applicants Submitting SAT3%
 % of Applicants Submitting ACT0%
Admitted Student SAT Scores 25th Percentile75th Percentile
 SAT Critical Reading / 800475 / 800
 SAT Math425 / 800530 / 800

Tuition and Financial Aid

Tuition & FeesUndergraduate Application Fee$65
 In-State Tuition & Fees$4,939
 Out-of-State Tuition & Fees$10,299
Financial Aid% Undergraduates with Financial Aid82%
 % Undergraduates with Loans6%
 % Undergraduates with Grants81%
 Average Undergraduate Financial Aid Award$ 0
Other CostsBooks and Supplies (Estimated)$1,146
 Off-Campus Room and Board Cost (Estimated)$10,361
 Off-Campus Living Expenses (Estimated)$4,724
 Living with Family, Living Expenses (Estimated)$3,682

Neighborhood Data for the Brooklyn Area

Median Age35.4
Median Household Income$51,270
Total Population8,128,980
Age/Gender % Men % Women
 Total47.5% 52.5%
 Age 0-951.1%48.9%
 Age 10-1750.8%49.2%
 Age 18-2449.2%50.8%
 Age 25-2947.8%52.2%
 Age 30-3948.7%51.3%
 40+45.8%54.2%
Race/Ethnicity% White44.3%
 % Black25.2%
 % Asian12.7%
 % Latino28.4%
 % Native American0.4%
 % Pacific Islander0.0%
 % Indian (South Asia)2.6%

Housing

On Campus Housing ProvidedNo
Meal Plan ProvidedNo
Off-Campus Room and Board Cost (Estimated)$10,361
Median Rent (Rental Units of Any Size)$1,010
Rental Price Distribution StudioOne BedroomTwo Bedroom
 Under $50015.1%12.8%7.8%
 $500 to $74913.1%10.8%0.0%
 $750 to $99920.0%19.6%16.0%
 Over $100051.8%56.9%61.0%
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