List of colleges and universities in New York (state)

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Crosby Hall at the University at Buffalo (left), the Columbia Quad at Columbia University (middle), and Thompson Library at Vassar College (right)

The following is a list of public and private colleges and universities in the state of New York.

Public colleges and universities[edit]

State University of New York (SUNY)[edit]

  1. Crane School of Music
  • SUNY Specialized Doctoral Granting Units
  • SUNY State-wide Colleges

City University of New York (CUNY)[edit]

Public institutions operated by private institutions[edit]

(SUNY Statutory Colleges)

Federal service academies[edit]

Non-sectarian private colleges and universities (not for profit)[edit]

Private colleges and academies (for profit)[edit]

School Location Type Carnegie Classification Enrollment Founded
ASA College White Plains
Midtown Manhattan
Downtown Brooklyn
Private


Berkeley College Midtown Manhattan
Brooklyn campus
Private
Five Towns College Dix Hills Private
Globe Institute of Technology Manhattan Private
LIM College (Laboratory Institute of Merchandising) Midtown Manhattan Private
New York Film Academy Battery Park, Manhattan Private

Religious affiliated/oriented private institutions[edit]

Roman Catholic[edit]

Jesuit

Sisters of St. Joseph

Sisters of Charity of New York

Ursulines

Dominican Sisters of Blauvelt

Grey Nuns

Franciscan

Congregation of Christian Brothers

De La Salle Brothers

Marist Brothers

Congregation of the Mission

Sisters of Mercy

Catholic tradition (Basilian Fathers), but independent since 1968

Protestant[edit]

Bible college (evangelical)

Episcopal

Evangelical Christian

Wesleyan

Methodist

Non-sectarian, but related to the United Methodist Church

Non-denominational progressive Christian

Missouri Synod

Lutheran


Judaism[edit]

Reform Judaism

Conservative Judaism

Orthodox Judaism

Defunct institutions (recent)[edit]

Private colleges and academies (not for profit)[edit]

Private colleges and academies (for profit)[edit]

Religious institutions[edit]

Roman Catholic

Franciscan (Catholic)

Listed by geographical region[edit]

New York City[edit]

Long Island[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "MBA in Manhattan - Hofstra - New York". www.hofstra.edu.

External links[edit]