The New York public school system provides supplemental online education to some students in grades six through eight. This includes online lessons and exercises to support traditional, campus-based courses and materials. The state has yet to scale this out to grades K-five and nine-12. However, New York’s iLearnNYC program provides online learning help to high school students looking for Advanced Placement credits, credit recovery and foreign language proficiency. During the 2013 – 2014 school year, iLearnNYC expanded to more than 250 schools in the New York City metropolitan area.
|SCHOOL NAME||GRADE LEVELS||CITY||SCHEDULE||TYPE||PHONE NUMBER|
|Francis School||9 - 12||Staten Island||On-Demand/Asynchronous||Private||(718) 967-0400|
More than 1.3 million students took college classes in New York in 2013. Many of these students had access to online programs and courses from one of 80 post-secondary state institutions. Open SUNY, recently launched by the State University of New York, has the largest collection of online courses and programs with more than 12,000 sections available. In 2013 – 2014, more than 200,000 students enrolled in an Open SUNY online class or degree program.
The public higher education system in New York is run by two separate state-funded university systems: State University of New York (SUNY) and City University of New York (CUNY), which are the first and third largest university systems in the country, respectively. SUNY’s 30 community colleges offer a wide variety of courses all across the state.
Unlike SUNY, CUNY receives additional funding from the city of New York. Its seven community colleges are located elusively in New York City and its surrounding boroughs. Several of the schools, including La Guardia and Kingsborough Community Colleges, offer almost 50 degree programs and certificates in a variety of fields including computer and information systems, business and electrical engineering. These schools also enhance the learning experience by providing students with free tutoring labs, learning communities, and educational counseling. It is also more affordable — according to CUNY’s website, a community college education costs, on average, 62 percent less than a public four-year university.
|SCHOOL NAME||ADDRESS||CITY||SEE PROGRAMS|
|SUNY Westchester Community College||75 Grasslands Road||Valhalla||+|
|Niagara County Community College||3111 Saunders Settlement Rd||Sanborn||+|
|Suffolk County Community College||533 College Rd||Selden||+|
|Jefferson Community College||1220 Coffeen St||Watertown||+|
|Tompkins Cortland Community College||170 North St||Dryden||+|
There are over 140 private, nonprofit colleges in New York, which are spread out over more than 200 main and satellite campuses around the state. Ninety-six of these institutions offer both undergraduate and graduate programs, while the remaining schools are either two-year colleges or offer only graduate courses. In addition to numerous world-renowned private institutions such as Cornell University, Columbia University and New York University, the state is also known for its artistic pursuits. Schools such as The Julliard School and Parsons The New School for Design turn out some of the world’s most widely recognized artists, performers and musicians.
|Score||Student/teacher ratio||Financial aid||Cost||more|
|1||Bramson ORT College||98.13||10:1||100%|
Bramson ORT College offers a business management associate degree online, and it's the only degree from this college that can be earned completely online. Students earn 63 credits in classes like Business Law, Business Management and Principles of Accounting. The program starts off with more basic business courses and later delves deeper into business topics that help students gain crucial business skills like leadership. For electives, students are able to focus on specific areas, such as sales management or hospitality management, depending on their specific career goals. Past graduates have jobs in hospitality, marketing and more.
|2||Niagara County Community College||98.05||18:1||81%|
Several associate degrees can be earned online from Niagara County Community College, which admits students in the fall, spring and summer. Online classes start the same day as on-campus courses and students are required to log in at least three times a week, as well as complete course assignments like discussion board postings. Classes take place via Blackboard Learn, where students take quizzes and turn in assignments. NCCC students may be eligible to earn credit through prior experiences like work. The college offers online classes with Franklin University, where students may be able to transfer and earn a bachelor's degree.
|3||Jefferson Community College||97.76||20:1||85%|
Jefferson Community College's core values are learning, accountability, creativity, access, community and sustainability and they're evident in the college's online programs, too. Several associate degrees are offered online, including three individual studies programs. In those programs, students focus on specific learning outcomes in math, humanities, social science and basic communication. Another generalized degree, liberal arts and sciences, helps students communicate and analyze concepts in the broad fields of social science and the humanities. Other programs focus on more specific areas, like criminal justice, focus on the things students need for a criminal justice career, like communication skills and law knowledge.
|4||Tompkins Cortland Community College||97.12||17:1||88%|
Tompkins Cortland Community College, better known as T3, offers five associate degrees that students can earn online. Students studying online receive several of the same benefits as on-campus students, including online tutoring, which takes places most evenings. The college emphasizes the flexibility of online learning, so students don't need to be online at any specific time. At T3, online instructors are the as on-campus instructors, which means they're professionally trained and interact with students via e-mail and online lectures. The college helps students who wish to transfer and earn a bachelor's degree when their associate degree is finished.
|5||Suffolk County Community College||94.41||24:1||86%|
Suffolk County Community College, or SCCC, offers classes that are conduced completely online, as well as blended/hybrid courses that are a combination of online work and on-campus meetings. In addition, the school has distance learning classroom courses, where students can watch lectures in real time from one of the school's high-tech classrooms equipped to transmit video from the campus. Students at SCCC can take online classes in disciplines such as paralegal studies and accounting. In addition, there is a business administration associate's degree program that can be earned entirely online. Students in this program can study on a full- or part-time basis.
|6||American Academy McAllister Institute of Funeral Service||89.43||24:1||81%|
Over the last 80 years, the American Academy McAllister Institute of Funeral Service has trained about 10 thousand students to become professionals in the funeral business. For the last six years, the school has provided these studies online for students who cannot go to school full time or are unable to make it to campus regularly. In this associate's degree program, the bulk of coursework is completed by students online. However, when they approach the end of the program, these prospective funeral home workers are required to complete a clinical component at AAMI's New York City campus.
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Online degree programs are part of University College at Adelphi University. University College, which was created in 1973, focuses on working adults who are seeking flexible classes and degree options. Students should be aware that a class is called an "online class" if at least 80 percent of the material is completed online, therefore some online classes do have on-campus components. Class credit requirements vary by program. Most degree programs allow students to transfer up to 60 credits from other institutions, and other programs specify that a student's last 30 credits must be taken through Adelphi University.
|2||New York University||98.23||10:1||55%|
With almost 700 online courses, New York University also offers a number of degrees that can be earned completely online. At the bachelor's degree level, they're all in the School of Professional Studies, which focuses on giving students a strong liberal arts education. As such, all students take 32 to 34 liberal arts courses as part of their degree program. An emphasis is placed on writing, critical thinking, quantitative reasoning, scientific issues and history, culture and art. Students may be eligible to transfer credits or receive credits for life experience; up to half of a degree's required credits can be earned this way.
|3||Rochester Institute of Technology||98.17||14:1||95%|
Rochester Institute of Technology has offered distance learning programs for 30 years. RIT Online offers flexible classes and degree programs for those seeking a bachelor's degree or Master degree online. Online classes are taught by the same faculty who teach on-campus classes. Students taking classes online receive help by way of a Virtual Concierge who can help with academic support, career questions and finding a study group. Online students can choose from Applied Arts and Sciences, which lets students customize the degree, or Applied Technical Leadership, which is designed for adults working in technical fields who already hold an associate degree.
|4||SUNY College of Technology at Alfred||98.09||17:1||94%|
SUNY College of Technology at Alfred has two online degree offerings at the bachelor's degree level, Technology Management and Nursing. Classes are taught by faculty with experience in the field who leverage that experience to keep class material up-to-date. Both degree programs offered at this college are for students who already have some college credits, and applicants to the nursing program need an associate degree or diploma in nursing specifically. Nursing applicants also need to have an active state license. Students need to take four or five classes, depending on the program, to be considered full-time students.
|5||Roberts Wesleyan College||97.98||13:1||100%|
Students seeking bachelor's degrees in business, health administration and nursing will find online programs for them at Roberts Wesleyan College. All of the degrees are available in a time-shortened format as short as 15 months if students have prior college credits or life experience such as professional training or military service. Additionally, all programs follow a cohort structure, allowing students to take classes with the same small group and build a network. Some programs, like Health Administration, don't require exams and instead allow students to demonstrate knowledge with projects, papers and presentations. Other programs, like Organizational Management, require that students complete a research project before graduation.
|6||SUNY College of Technology at Delhi||97.88||16:1||91%|
At SUNY Delhi, online students can earn a bachelor's degree online in the areas of nursing, business administration or criminal justice. Although they take place online, classes start and end the same time as on-campus courses do in the fall and spring semesters. Online classes have the benefit of being small to allow for more interaction; the maximum number of students per class is 20. Additionally, students interact with professors via the online platform, email or phone. Classes are accessed with the Moodle platform, and many require research papers and group discussions instead of exams.
|7||SUNY College at Plattsburgh||97.82||16:1||91%|
The RN to BSN program is the only bachelor's degree offered at SUNY Plattsburgh that's fully online thanks to Open SUNY, a collaboration with other SUNY universities. The degree can be earned in four semesters and students can continue to work while taking classes. This program is meant for nurses who want to advance their careers or go on to graduate studies. Applicants should be a graduate of an approved nursing program, have a current New York state nursing license and complete appropriate prerequisite courses. Students need to complete their degree within six years of their first course.
Marist College's online classes take place via the iLearn learning platform, and an orientation is required for students who haven't used it previously. Online classes generally last for a whole semester, but some classes are offered in an accelerated 4- or 10-week format. Students taking online classes can earn either a Bachelor of Arts or a Bachelor of Sciences in Liberal Studies. The program is designed for adult students who want to earn a degree to reach career goals or advancement, although new students with no prior college credits are accepted into the program, too.
At Trocaire College, registered nurses can earn their Bachelor's degree in nursing by taking classes online and completing clinical assignments at an approved facility. Nurses can even complete their clinical at their current location of employment, if done in another department or unit. Applicants must already hold an associate's degree in nursing and have a current nursing license. Students who don't yet hold the license are able to apply and take the first semester of classes before obtaining the license. This program requires 123 credits for graduation, and 33 credits can be transferred from other academic institutions.
The focus is on engineering, technology, management and aviation at Vaughn College, so it makes sense that the campus is near LaGuardia Airport in New York. However, that doesn't mean all students need to live near campus to take advantage of a Vaughn College education bachelor's degrees in Aviation Maintenance and Airport Management are available online. Classes are taught through SAKAI and students participate in videoconferencing as well as streaming lectures. Students interested in Airport Management delve into topics like airfield safety and emergency planning, as well as two required semesters of a foreign language. Meanwhile, Aviation Maintenance students learn communication and analytical skills.
|11||Fashion Institute of Technology||97.42||17:1||69%|
Students applying for an online degree at the Fashion Institute of Technology must meet the same academic standards as on-campus students. Specifically, those seeking to earn a bachelor's degree in International Trade and Marketing need an associate's degree or 60 hours of college credit. High school students aren't eligible to apply straight from high school and instead should pursue a two-year associate degree first. Classes start in the fall and spring semesters. After program completion students are equipped to become managers in the fashion industry; for example, past students work in logistics, customs, licensing and global marketing.
Dominican College has been dedicated to offering education in unique formats since 1980, when it began a Weekend College to help students who couldn't easily take classes during the week. Today they offer numerous online programs for distance learning students. Transfer credits are accepted for students with past college experience; 70 credits can be transferred from a two-year school and 90 credits can be transferred from a four-year college or university. The number of total credits needed vary per degree program, and some programs, like psychology, offer an accelerated format. Other programs, like online management, specify that at least 30 credits need to be earned at Dominican College.
|13||Touro University Worldwide||97.28||16:1||84%|
Students seeking an online bachelor's degree in psychology, social work, business administration and health sciences will find such programs at Touro University Worldwide. The university caters to transfer students as well as adults returning to school after serving time in the military, taking care of family or other personal and career commitments. Students in these online programs undertake real-world problems and receive hands-on experience to help grasp the skills needed in a professional career. Health sciences students have three options for their degree: Health Care Administration, Health Education and Long-term Care Administration. Every health sciences concentration requires 120 credit hours of electives, major requirements and general education classes.
A variety of bachelor's degrees can be earned from Medaille College online, including a degree in general studies. Each class lasts seven weeks, which means online degrees have an accelerated curriculum. Because each class covers so much material, students take only one class at a time. While students can complete lectures and assignments at a time that's convenient for them, there are class deadlines; a new week starts each Wednesday and there are usually multiple deadlines throughout the week. Classes take place via Blackboard and students can communicate to each other and the class instructor with Blackboard Instant Messenger.
|15||SUNY College at Oswego||97.1||18:1||91%|
Open SUNY allows state universities in New York collaborate on online classes and degrees. Though not every SUNY school participates yet, SUNY College at Oswego benefits from the initiative and offers three bachelor's degrees that can be earned online: Broadcasting and Mass Communication, Public Justice and Vocational Teacher Preparation. Online program requirements vary; for example, Broadcasting and Mass Communication students should already have a related associate degree before staring the program. Online classes start the same time on-campus classes start each semester, and they last 15 weeks in the fall and spring and three, six or 12 weeks in the summer semester.
Mercy College offers more than two dozen bachelor degree programs online, ranging from education to psychology. Online freshmen students benefit from the Mercy College Personalized Achievement Contract, or PACT, a mentoring program that provides students with academic and career support in an effort to help students gain employment or further their education after graduation. Students transferring from other colleges or universities can get a maximum of 75 or 90 credits transferred, depending whether they attended a two- or four-year school. Mercy College doesn't require an ACT or SAT score to apply, but they do consider a student's academic record and leadership potential, among other factors.
Registered nurses who want to earn a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree can do so completely online with D'Youville College. Using the Moodle learning platform, students can watch lectures and participate in class discussions to round out the learning experience. The BSN programs looks at real issues nurses face, such as community-based nursing, leadership and vulnerable populations. Through classes like Clinical Foundation, Professional Issues and Evidence Based Nursing, students gain new skills they can add to their previous nursing knowledge to gain professional opportunities or go on to a graduate degree. NCLEX candidates can receive conditional admission.
|18||SUNY Empire State College||96.27||14:1||94%|
The Center for Distance Learning at SUNY Empire State College allows students to take just a few classes online or earn their whole bachelor's degree online. All students attend an online orientation to become familiar with how the online environment works and to learn what's expected of an online student. Each class has different requirements, so each instructor decides whether to use traditional textbooks or eTextbooks, if any special software is required and how online discussions will work for the class. All classes require homework and additionally, some require class projects, research papers or online tests.
|19||SUNY College of Technology at Canton||96.19||19:1||96%|
Ten online programs are available at SUNY Canton. They span a variety of areas, like criminal justice, finance and homeland security. While most of the bachelor degrees can be earned completely online, a few like dental hygiene and nursing require two years of on-campus classes in addition to two years of online classes. Most programs are designed for both new or transfer students as well as working professionals who want to advance their careers. New students who are unsure about online classes have resources available to help them get started; international students even have their own free course that covers online learning and American schools.
|20||Mount Saint Mary College||95.88||14:1||99%|
At Mount Saint Mary College, adult learners are a priority. While most of the classes for adult learners take place in evenings and on weekends, there is one program that can be completed online, R.N. to B.S. in Nursing. The college has offered a nursing program for more than 50 years and prides itself on having nursing faculty with years of experience in the field. Classes include Pharmacology for RNs and Community Health. Nursing students receive professional advisement upon enrollment, allowing them to figure out the best path to take and to see how many previous credits will transfer.
|21||The New School||94.99||10:1||95%|
It's been more than 20 years since The New School started online learning initiatives and today students interested in a bachelor's degree have multiple options. The degrees are designed for adult and transfer students, who can choose from Environmental Studies, Psychology, Urban Studies and more. Students can even design their own liberal arts degree program, choosing a subject and classes that interest them. Online classes at The New School take place on the Blackboard learning platform, and though most don't have a specific time students need to log-in, the school does recommend logging in at least three times per week to keep up with class discussions and materials.
|22||The Sage Colleges||94.69||11:1||98%|
Russell Sage Online specializes in the needs of busy professionals who want the flexibility to pursue their degrees around their work schedules and home life. Accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education, the Sage Colleges has a long tradition of providing a strong liberal arts education to students. Those interested in online study have their choice of several disciplines, including bachelor's degrees in accounting and business administration, and master's degrees in health services administration, organization management, and applied nutrition. Students who want to get on the fast track to their careers can choose programs with accelerated schedules.
|23||St John’s University-New York||94.28||17:1||98%|
St. John's University-New York is a Catholic university that was founded in 1870, after Bishop John Loughlin expressed a desire for New York City to have an institution that provided both intellectual and moral instruction. Since that time, the school's mission has been to provide an excellent education that is rooted in the Judeo-Christian tradition. In order to expand its reach, St. John's offers online degree programs on the undergraduate and graduate levels, all of which are based on the Quality Matters standards for online education. Students enrolled in these programs benefit from several online services, including library resources, a bookstore, and the campus ministry.
|24||Pace University-New York||93.04||16:1||99%|
Pace University-New York's iPace program offers degree programs that are conducted entirely online, allowing students to further their education as they juggle the responsibilities of their day-to-day lives. The school has online bachelor's degree programs in business studies, nursing, professional communication studies, and professional technology studies, as well as an associate's degree in arts and sciences. In order to support students as they embark on their online learning experience, iPace offers student advising and career services. In addition, to further ensure student success, there is a help desk that provides technical support 24-7 via phone or e-mail.
|25||St Francis College||92.56||18:1||98%|
Since its inception in 1920, St. Francis College has provided a challenging education that is guided by the Franciscan values of wisdom, justice, and faith. To further its mission, while reaching more students, the school offers online bachelor's programs in business, such as degrees in marketing, human resources management, transportation and logistics management, and leadership. In addition, students can also earn degrees in health care, such as nursing and health care leadership. Tailored for online learners, the programs at St. Francis College allow students to get a quality education while still keeping up with jobs and family responsibilities.
|26||Saint Joseph’s College-New York||92.47||12:1||96%|
Saint Joseph's College-New York has online degree programs that benefit both adult learners and recent high school graduates alike. With programs in business, health care, human resources, general studies, and human services, SJC Online provides students with a quality education at the click of a mouse. To further make education convenient for online learners, the school has a generous system for transferring credits, allowing those with an associate's degree to get a head start on a bachelor's program. In addition, students enrolled in SJC Online programs have access to technology support, library services, and academic advising.
Four-year public universities fall under the same university systems as their community college counterparts. In addition to its community colleges, SUNY also includes research universities, liberal arts colleges, agricultural and technical institutes and medical centers. They offer over 7,000 degree and certificate programs. Some of the areas of study that students are able to pursue include political science, geological science, education and dance.
Students seeking a 4-year degree can choose between CUNY’s eleven senior colleges and seven graduate schools. Each school offers its students a unique educational experience with some schools specializing in particular areas of study. The John Jay College of Criminal Justice, for example, prepares its students for careers in law enforcement and provides them with a variety of community service opportunities. The CUNY system also offers its students access to a number of research centers and institutes.
|SCHOOL NAME||TYPE||ADDRESS||CITY||SEE PROGRAMS|
|Dominican College||Private not-for-profit||470 Western Highway||Orangeburg||+|
|Saint Joseph's College-New York||Private not-for-profit||245 Clinton Ave||Brooklyn||+|
|Nyack College||Private not-for-profit||1 South Blvd||Nyack||+|
|SUNY College of Technology at Alfred||Public||10 Upper College Drive||Alfred||+|
|Mount Saint Mary College||Private not-for-profit||330 Powell Avenue||Newburgh||+|
|Medaille College||Private not-for-profit||18 Agassiz Circle||Buffalo||+|
|Stony Brook University||Public||310 Administration Building||Stony Brook||+|
|Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion||Private not-for-profit||One W 4th St||New York||+|
|Long Island University-Westchester Campus||Private not-for-profit||LIU/Westchester Campus, 735 Anderson Hill Road||Purchase||+|
The New School
Fully accredited by the Commission on Higher Education of the Middle States Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools, The New School is an online school in New York City that offers online degrees, certificates and courses through its Parsons The New School of Design and The New School of Public Engagement (NSPE) divisions. Students from anywhere in the world can complete online degree programs such as AAS in fashion marketing, AAS in graphic design, BA/BS in liberal arts, MS in media management, MA in media studies, MS in strategic design and management or MA in teaching English to speakers of other languages. Online certificate programs are also offered in fashion business (non-credit), graphic and digital design (non-credit), screenwriting (undergraduate certificate), business of design (graduate certificate) and media management (graduate certificate). For those who wish to take individual courses online, rather than complete a degree, The New School offers an eclectic mix of continuing education courses to build skills or simply for personal enrichment. Online classes and programs are asynchronous, so students can view course materials and participate in discussions at their own convenience.
To learn more about specific online programs or courses and to find out exactly how distance learning works at The New School, go to http://www.newschool.edu/admission/online-degree-programs/.
New York University (NYU)
One of the biggest online schools in New York, NYU has a multitude of courses and fields of study available through distance learning at their School of Continuing and Professional Studies (SCPS). Students who have started undergraduate programs with several credits from on-campus coursework can complete their bachelor’s through online programs in the university’s Paul McGhee Division. Two bachelor’s degrees are available: social sciences with a concentration in organizational behavior and change, and leadership and management studies.
Several master’s programs are available with entirely online courses, including human resource management and development, management and systems, professional writing and translation. The university also offers a host of certificate programs and non-credit online classes for those looking to develop their skills or enhance their resume. Ten certificates are offered, such as digital media marketing and political campaign management.
NYU-SCPS uses the Epsilen learning management system to deliver online courses, in conjunction with Blackboard services for real-time meetings. Through these online platforms, professors and students can communicate, network and collaborate through discussions and shared multimedia materials. The university offers technical support to its online students 24/7 through telephone, live chat and email.
For more information, visit http://www.scps.nyu.edu/academics/degree-programs/online.html.
SUNY Empire State College
Empire State College is a non-traditional online school in New York that is part of New York’s public higher education system, the State University of New York (SUNY). Empire State consists of 35 locations across the state, and focuses on nontraditional teaching and learning wherein college faculty mentors guide students through individualized programs to earn degrees. In keeping with its nontraditional structure, the college has an extensive selection of online classes and majors for students who choose to earn their degree from a distance.
Students enrolled in the Center for Distance Learning at Empire State receive the same benefits as on-campus students, such as a personal advisor, scholarship and financial aid opportunities, and dedicated faculty and support staff for each program. Coursework is managed through an online learning portal called Moodlerooms, as well as email, telephone and online discussions.
Hundreds of courses are available online, including many that fulfill the general education requirements of Empire State and other colleges. Degree programs are customized for each student in cooperation with a faculty mentor, and can cover such topics as cultural studies, homeland security, information systems and environmental theory and policy, among many others. The school also provides a program for international distance learning for students abroad who wish to earn a degree at an American institution.
For a full list of online degrees and programs available at SUNY Empire State College, visit: http://www.esc.edu/distance-learning/
Erie Community College
Erie Community College (ECC) is one of many public online schools in New York offering classes and associate degree programs through distance learning. The school’s distance learning program serves more than 5,000 students each semester. Sixteen degrees and certificates can be earned through exclusively online coursework, with no on-campus time needed. Notable programs include entrepreneurship, information technology, networking and telecommunications technology and physical education studies.
Beyond the school’s extensive online offerings, ECC also participates in the Online Western New York Learning Alliance (OWL). OWL is an alliance of five community colleges in Western New York that facilitates online coursework in the schools’ 35 distance learning programs. Through OWL, ECC students can easily take online classes at other community colleges with a seamless registration process and credit transfer. On staff at ECC is an “OWL concierge,” who handles any questions or concerns of students participating in OWL, and provides academic advising as needed.
Learn more about distance learning at ECC by visiting: http://www.ecc.edu/academics/dl
Best for Future Service Members
New York is a varied state, full of big cities and small country towns. But one thing that doesn’t vary is the state’s commitment to higher education. New York fosters prospective students looking to serve their country. ROTC Army, Navy and Air Force branches work with many New York colleges, creating a rich environment for education and service. This combination can be seen in our list of the top four-year, nonprofit New York universities that offer at least two ROTC programs. New York is also a great place to find reasonably priced programs.
|Tuition||City||ROTC - Army||ROTC - Navy||ROTC - Air Force|
|Union Graduate College||N/A||Schenectady||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|CUNY Queens College||$5,430||Flushing||Yes||Yes||No|
|SUNY at Albany||$5,570||Albany||Yes||No||Yes|
|SUNY at Binghamton||$5,570||Vestal||Yes||No||Yes|
|SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry||$5,570||Syracuse||Yes||No||Yes|
|SUNY Institute of Technology at Utica-Rome||$5,570||Utica||Yes||No||Yes|
|SUNY College at Cortland||$5,570||Cortland||Yes||No||Yes|
|SUNY College at Geneseo||$5,570||Geneseo||Yes||No||Yes|
|SUNY College at Oswego||$5,570||Oswego||Yes||No||Yes|
|SUNY College at Potsdam||$5,570||Potsdam||Yes||No||Yes|
|SUNY College at Old Westbury||$5,570||Old Westbury||Yes||No||Yes|
|Morrisville State College||$5,570||Morrisville||Yes||No||Yes|
|Mercy College||$16,996||Dobbs Ferry||Yes||No||Yes|
|St. Francis College||$18,500||Brooklyn Heights||Yes||No||Yes|
Best for Personal Attention
The Empire State is home to research universities, teaching colleges and professional schools, large and small. Some colleges with 5,000 or more students have classes that feel more like a cattle drive than an intimate learning experience. For New Yorkers who crave classes with no more than 20 students per professor, we’ve created the follow listing of excellent in-state schools with low student/faculty ratios.
|Yeshiva D’monsey Rabbinical College||20 to 1||78||$5,200||Private not-for-profit||Monsey|
|SUNY College of Agriculture and Technology at Cobleskill||20 to 1||2,897||$5,570||Public||Cobleskill|
|SUNY College at Old Westbury||20 to 1||5,198||$5,570||Public||Old Westbury|
|SUNY College at Geneseo||20 to 1||5,970||$5,570||Public||Geneseo|
|SUNY at Binghamton||20 to 1||12,862||$5,570||Public||Vestal|
|SUNY College at Oswego||19 to 1||8,421||$5,570||Public||Oswego|
|Farmingdale State College||19 to 1||10,372||$5,570||Public||Farmingdale|
|CUNY York College||19 to 1||10,520||$5,430||Public||Jamaica|
|Buffalo State SUNY||19 to 1||11,425||$5,570||Public||Buffalo|
|SUNY at Albany||19 to 1||14,574||$5,570||Public||Albany|
|SUNY Institute of Technology at Utica-Rome||18 to 1||2,146||$5,570||Public||Utica|
|St. Francis College||18 to 1||2,955||$18,500||Private not-for-profit||Brooklyn Heights|
|Culinary Institute of America||18 to 1||4,602||$25,900||Private not-for-profit||Hyde Park|
|SUNY College at Oneonta||18 to 1||6,598||$5,570||Public||Oneonta|
|CUNY Medgar Evers College||18 to 1||9,092||$5,430||Public||Brooklyn|
|Mercy College||18 to 1||10,129||$16,996||Private not-for-profit||Dobbs Ferry|
|St. John’s University-New York||18 to 1||17,198||$34,995||Private not-for-profit||Queens|
|Stony Brook University||18 to 1||18,804||$5,570||Public||Stony Brook|
|CUNY New York City College of Technology||18 to 1||20,001||$5,430||Public||Brooklyn|
|New York College of Health Professions||17 to 1||704||$11,880||Private not-for-profit||Syosset|
|St. Thomas Aquinas College||17 to 1||2,056||$24,610||Private not-for-profit||Sparkill|
|Vaughn College of Aeronautics and Technology||17 to 1||2,122||$18,900||Private not-for-profit||Flushing|
|SUNY College of Technology at Alfred||17 to 1||4,130||$5,570||Public||Alfred|
|SUNY College at Plattsburgh||17 to 1||6,484||$5,570||Public||Plattsburgh|
|SUNY College at Cortland||17 to 1||6,895||$5,570||Public||Cortland|
|State University of New York at New Paltz||17 to 1||7,553||$5,570||Public||New Paltz|
|SUNY College at Brockport||17 to 1||8,027||$5,570||Public||Brockport|
|CUNY Queens College||17 to 1||20,232||$5,430||Public||Flushing|
|Mirrer Yeshiva Cent Institute||16 to 1||218||$5,125||Private not-for-profit||Brooklyn|
|SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry||16 to 1||2,319||$5,570||Public||Syracuse|
|SUNY College of Technology at Delhi||16 to 1||3,839||$5,570||Public||Delhi|
|SUNY at Purchase College||16 to 1||5,057||$5,570||Public||Purchase|
|SUNY at Fredonia||16 to 1||5,798||$5,570||Public||Fredonia|
|Syracuse University||16 to 1||25,242||$37,610||Private not-for-profit||Syracuse|
|Yeshiva Shaar Hatorah||15 to 1||81||$14,050||Private not-for-profit||Kew Gardens|
|Kehilath Yakov Rabbinical Seminary||15 to 1||111||$7,800||Private not-for-profit||Ossining|
|Rabbinical College of Ohr Shimon Yisroel||15 to 1||118||$9,900||Private not-for-profit||Brooklyn|
|Paul Smiths College of Arts and Science||15 to 1||1,137||$21,188||Private not-for-profit||Paul Smiths|
|Keuka College||15 to 1||1,719||$25,530||Private not-for-profit||Keuka Park|
|Dominican College of Blauvelt||15 to 1||1,786||$23,200||Private not-for-profit||Orangeburg|
|Medaille College||15 to 1||2,083||$22,678||Private not-for-profit||Buffalo|
|Mount Saint Mary College||15 to 1||2,581||$24,390||Private not-for-profit||Newburgh|
|Clarkson University||15 to 1||3,071||$37,770||Private not-for-profit||Potsdam|
|Dowling College||15 to 1||3,241||$25,324||Private not-for-profit||Oakdale|
|Iona College||15 to 1||3,945||$29,490||Private not-for-profit||New Rochelle|
|SUNY College at Potsdam||15 to 1||4,289||$5,570||Public||Potsdam|
|The College of New Rochelle||15 to 1||4,708||$29,330||Private not-for-profit||New Rochelle|
|Saint Joseph’s College-New York||15 to 1||5,362||$19,500||Private not-for-profit||Brooklyn|
|Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute||15 to 1||5,390||$43,350||Private not-for-profit||Troy|
|Marist College||15 to 1||6,045||$29,500||Private not-for-profit||Poughkeepsie|
|CUNY Brooklyn College||15 to 1||16,347||$5,430||Public||Brooklyn|
|University at Buffalo||15 to 1||21,578||$5,570||Public||Buffalo|
|Excelsior College||15 to 1||44,572||$0||Private not-for-profit||Albany|
|Machzikei Hadath Rabbinical College||14 to 1||168||$8,900||Private not-for-profit||Brooklyn|
|Uta Mesivta of Kiryas Joel||14 to 1||1,415||$8,500||Private not-for-profit||Monroe|
|SUNY Maritime College||14 to 1||1,868||$5,570||Public||Throggs Neck|
|The Sage Colleges||14 to 1||1,898||$27,000||Private not-for-profit||Troy|
|Wagner College||14 to 1||1,918||$37,240||Private not-for-profit||Staten Island|
|Daemen College||14 to 1||2,532||$22,620||Private not-for-profit||Amherst|
|The College of Saint Rose||14 to 1||3,122||$25,722||Private not-for-profit||Albany|
|Hofstra University||14 to 1||7,955||$34,400||Private not-for-profit||Hempstead|
|Fordham University||14 to 1||9,258||$41,000||Private not-for-profit||Bronx|
|CUNY Lehman College||14 to 1||13,164||$5,430||Public||Bronx|
|SUNY Empire State College||14 to 1||18,981||$5,570||Public||Saratoga Springs|
|Mesivta of Eastern Parkway-Yeshiva Zichron Meilech||13 to 1||43||$8,600||Private not-for-profit||Brooklyn|
|Beth Hamedrash Shaarei Yosher Institute||13 to 1||51||$7,100||Private not-for-profit||Brooklyn|
|United States Merchant Marine Academy||13 to 1||1,031||N/A||Public||Kings Point|
|Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences||13 to 1||1,086||$26,900||Private not-for-profit||Albany|
|Hilbert College||13 to 1||1,199||$18,800||Private not-for-profit||Hamburg|
|Houghton College||13 to 1||1,418||$26,774||Private not-for-profit||Houghton|
|Roberts Wesleyan College||13 to 1||1,565||$25,350||Private not-for-profit||Rochester|
|College of Mount Saint Vincent||13 to 1||1,810||$27,860||Private not-for-profit||Bronx|
|Polytechnic Institute of New York University||13 to 1||2,002||$38,334||Private not-for-profit||Brooklyn|
|St. Bonaventure University||13 to 1||2,072||$27,762||Private not-for-profit||Saint Bonaventure|
|Nyack College||13 to 1||2,470||$22,250||Private not-for-profit||Nyack|
|Siena College||13 to 1||3,466||$29,950||Private not-for-profit||Loudonville|
|Long Island University-Brooklyn Campus||13 to 1||5,779||$31,168||Private not-for-profit||Brooklyn|
|Rochester Institute of Technology||13 to 1||16,044||$32,784||Private not-for-profit||Rochester|
|Rabbinical College of Ch’san Sofer New York||12 to 1||30||$8,000||Private not-for-profit||Brooklyn|
|Yeshivat Mikdash Melech||12 to 1||96||$8,100||Private not-for-profit||Brooklyn|
|Rabbinical College of Long Island||12 to 1||132||$8,800||Private not-for-profit||Long Beach|
|Yeshiva of Nitra Rabbinical College||12 to 1||223||$7,600||Private not-for-profit||Mount Kisco|
|Villa Maria College||12 to 1||527||$16,800||Private not-for-profit||Buffalo|
|Concordia College-New York||12 to 1||931||$26,500||Private not-for-profit||Bronxville|
|Cazenovia College||12 to 1||1,416||$27,550||Private not-for-profit||Cazenovia|
|Trocaire College||12 to 1||1,917||$14,400||Private not-for-profit||Buffalo|
|Alfred University||12 to 1||2,010||$26,884||Private not-for-profit||Alfred|
|St Lawrence University||12 to 1||2,471||$44,075||Private not-for-profit||Canton|
|D’Youville College||12 to 1||2,498||$21,930||Private not-for-profit||Buffalo|
|Manhattan College||12 to 1||3,358||$30,100||Private not-for-profit||Riverdale|
|Niagara University||12 to 1||3,459||$26,100||Private not-for-profit||Niagara University|
|Le Moyne College||12 to 1||3,518||$28,470||Private not-for-profit||Syracuse|
|Adelphi University||12 to 1||5,677||$27,870||Private not-for-profit||Garden City|
|Ithaca College||12 to 1||6,585||$37,000||Private not-for-profit||Ithaca|
|Long Island University-C W Post Campus||12 to 1||9,440||$31,202||Private not-for-profit||Brookville|
|Cornell University||12 to 1||14,458||$43,185||Private not-for-profit||Ithaca|
|Rabbinical Academy Mesivta Rabbi Chaim Berlin||11 to 1||146||$11,400||Private not-for-profit||Brooklyn|
|Sh’or Yoshuv Rabbinical College||11 to 1||197||$9,000||Private not-for-profit||Lawrence|
|Yeshivath Viznitz||11 to 1||495||$7,000||Private not-for-profit||Monsey|
|Hartwick College||11 to 1||1,607||$36,650||Private not-for-profit||Oneonta|
|Manhattanville College||11 to 1||1,825||$34,020||Private not-for-profit||Purchase|
|Nazareth College||11 to 1||2,228||$27,090||Private not-for-profit||Rochester|
|Hobart William Smith Colleges||11 to 1||2,275||$43,484||Private not-for-profit||Geneva|
|Saint John Fisher College||11 to 1||3,037||$26,810||Private not-for-profit||Rochester|
|Utica College||11 to 1||3,217||$31,410||Private not-for-profit||Utica|
|Canisius College||11 to 1||3,574||$30,780||Private not-for-profit||Buffalo|
|New York Institute of Technology||11 to 1||5,662||$28,020||Private not-for-profit||Old Westbury|
|Darkei Noam Rabbinical College||10 to 1||9||$5,000||Private not-for-profit||Brooklyn|
|Talmudical Institute of Upstate New York||10 to 1||21||$4,900||Private not-for-profit||Rochester|
|Rabbinical Seminary M’kor Chaim||10 to 1||42||$6,550||Private not-for-profit||Brooklyn|
|Yeshiva Karlin Stolin||10 to 1||93||$7,600||Private not-for-profit||Brooklyn|
|Mesivta Torah Vodaath Rabbinical Seminary||10 to 1||141||$8,500||Private not-for-profit||Brooklyn|
|Wells College||10 to 1||516||$33,200||Private not-for-profit||Aurora|
|Union College||10 to 1||2,287||$44,748||Private not-for-profit||Schenectady|
|Colgate University||10 to 1||3,037||$44,330||Private not-for-profit||Hamilton|
|Molloy College||10 to 1||5,871||$23,410||Private not-for-profit||Rockville Centre|
|University of Rochester||10 to 1||6,178||$42,890||Private not-for-profit||Rochester|
|Long Island University-Brentwood Campus||9 to 1||31||$31,202||Private not-for-profit||Brentwood|
|Rabbinical College Beth Shraga||9 to 1||59||$10,200||Private not-for-profit||Monsey|
|New York College of Traditional Chinese Medicine||9 to 1||78||$13,608||Private not-for-profit||Mineola|
|Talmudical Seminary of Bobov||9 to 1||277||$6,750||Private not-for-profit||Brooklyn|
|Maria College of Albany||9 to 1||1,104||$10,200||Private not-for-profit||Albany|
|Sarah Lawrence College||9 to 1||1,463||$45,900||Private not-for-profit||Bronxville|
|Elmira College||9 to 1||1,506||$36,600||Private not-for-profit||Elmira|
|Hamilton College||9 to 1||2,010||$43,910||Private not-for-profit||Clinton|
|Skidmore College||9 to 1||2,895||$43,138||Private not-for-profit||Saratoga Springs|
|Bard College||9 to 1||2,925||$44,176||Private not-for-profit||Annandale-On-Hudson|
|Pratt Institute-Main||9 to 1||4,208||$39,282||Private not-for-profit||Brooklyn|
|Yeshiva and Kollel Harbotzas Torah||8 to 1||36||$7,600||Private not-for-profit||Brooklyn|
|Long Island University-Riverhead Campus||8 to 1||59||$31,202||Private not-for-profit||Riverhead|
|Yeshiva Shaarei Torah of Rockland||8 to 1||88||$9,750||Private not-for-profit||Suffern|
|Vassar College||8 to 1||2,651||$45,580||Private not-for-profit||Poughkeepsie|
|United States Military Academy||8 to 1||4,649||N/A||Public||West Point|
|Beth Hatalmud Rabbinical College||7 to 1||46||$7,300||Private not-for-profit||Brooklyn|
|Webb Institute||7 to 1||81||N/A||Private not-for-profit||Glen Cove|
|Yeshiva Derech Chaim||7 to 1||99||$10,200||Private not-for-profit||Brooklyn|
|Ohr Hameir Theological Seminary||6 to 1||138||$8,200||Private not-for-profit||Peekskill|
|Upstate Medical University||6 to 1||327||$5,570||Public||Syracuse|
|Bais Medrash Elyon||3 to 1||11||$7,800||Private not-for-profit||Monsey|
|SUNY Downstate Medical Center||3 to 1||441||$5,570||Public||Brooklyn|
Best for Women in Technology
Women tend to be scarce in the field of technology, but some online schools in New York are working hard to change that. In New York, women can find numerous technology programs that are designed just for them—with the resources and support they need to succeed in this typically male-dominated field. With mentorship programs, female-only residences, and other support systems, these colleges might be just want women are looking for when trying to enter this growing and rewarding field. We’ve put together a list of the best technology programs for women, ranked based on reputation and atmosphere, among other things.
|TUITION + FEES||CITY||WOMEN IN TECH DEGREES AWARDED||TOTAL ENROLLMENT||TYPE|
|Cornell University||$43,413||Ithaca||382||21,037||Private Not for Profit|
|Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute||$44,475||Troy||247||6,398||Private Not for Profit|
|Columbia University in the City of New York||$47,246||New York||241||21,793||Private Not for Profit|
|Polytechnic Institute of New York University||$39,566||Brooklyn||206||3,313||Private Not for Profit|
|University at Buffalo||$7,989||Buffalo||182||23,701||Public|
|Syracuse University||$39,004||Syracuse||165||18,452||Private Not for Profit|
|Rochester Institute of Technology||$33,258||Rochester||158||14,174||Private Not for Profit|
|New York Institute of Technology||$28,940||Old Westbury||103||6,370||Private Not for Profit|
|Clarkson University||$38,610||Potsdam||90||3,457||Private Not for Profit|
|Stony Brook University||$7,560||Stony Brook||86||19,622||Public|
|Manhattan College||$32,535||Riverdale||75||3,188||Private Not for Profit|
|SUNY at Binghamton||$7,645||Vestal||71||13,030||Public|
|University of Rochester||$43,666||Rochester||68||8,597||Private Not for Profit|
|Medaille College||$22,678||Buffalo||66||2,339||Private Not for Profit|
|Pace University-New York||$36,614||New York||52||8,621||Private Not for Profit|
|CUNY City College||$5,759||New York||47||9,998||Public|
|Long Island University-C W Post Campus||$32,862||Brookville||46||5,250||Private Not for Profit|
|CUNY York College||$5,796||Jamaica||42||5,151||Public|
|CUNY John Jay College of Criminal Justice||$5,759||New York||38||10,359||Public|
|Teachers College at Columbia University||N/A||New York||37||3,213||Private Not for Profit|
|St. John’s University-New York||$35,520||Queens||36||14,424||Private Not for Profit|
|Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art||$40,250||New York||36||948||Private Not for Profit|
|Buffalo State SUNY||$6,694||Buffalo||29||9,322||Public|
|Hilbert College||$19,440||Hamburg||29||942||Private Not for Profit|
|New York University||$43,204||New York||28||34,198||Private Not for Profit|
|CUNY Hunter College||$5,829||New York||27||12,975||Public|
|SUNY Downstate Medical Center||N/A||Brooklyn||27||1,221||Public|
|CUNY Graduate School and University Center||$5,660||New York||24||4,743||Public|
|Upstate Medical University||N/A||Syracuse||22||1,253||Public|
|United States Military Academy||N/A||West Point||20||4,624||Public|
|SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry||$6,593||Syracuse||20||1,947||Public|
|Yeshiva University||$36,500||New York||16||5,566||Private Not for Profit|
|SUNY at Purchase College||$7,230||Purchase||16||3,848||Public|
|Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences||$27,595||Albany||16||1,604||Private Not for Profit|
|Farmingdale State College||$6,793||Farmingdale||15||5,377||Public|
|Marist College||$30,090||Poughkeepsie||15||4,919||Private Not for Profit|
|The College of Saint Rose||$26,622||Albany||15||3,596||Private Not for Profit|
|SUNY College of Technology at Alfred||$6,874||Alfred||15||3,277||Public|
|Alfred University||$27,794||Alfred||15||2,078||Private Not for Profit|
|United States Merchant Marine Academy||N/A||Kings Point||15||1,011||Public|
|CUNY College of Staten Island||$5,858||Staten Island||13||9,750||Public|
|CUNY New York City College of Technology||$5,769||Brooklyn||12||9,856||Public|
|St. Francis College||$19,200||Brooklyn Heights||12||2,424||Private Not for Profit|
|SUNY College at Oswego||$6,841||Oswego||11||7,364||Public|
|Ithaca College||$37,000||Ithaca||10||6,602||Private Not for Profit|
|SUNY College at Potsdam||$6,842||Potsdam||10||4,125||Public|
|Nazareth College||$28,330||Rochester||10||2,449||Private Not for Profit|
|SUNY at Fredonia||$7,058||Fredonia||9||5,419||Public|
|Fashion Institute of Technology||$4,790||New York||8||7,252||Public|
|Long Island University-Brooklyn Campus||$32,818||Brooklyn||8||6,396||Private Not for Profit|
|Canisius College||$32,030||Buffalo||8||3,888||Private Not for Profit|
|Vassar College||$46,270||Poughkeepsie||8||2,345||Private Not for Profit|
|Union College||$45,219||Schenectady||8||2,194||Private Not for Profit|
|Hofstra University||$35,950||Hempstead||7||9,481||Private Not for Profit|
|State University of New York at New Paltz||$6,758||New Paltz||7||6,719||Public|
|SUNY College at Cortland||$6,942||Cortland||7||6,611||Public|
|Mount Saint Mary College||$25,340||Newburgh||7||2,018||Private Not for Profit|
|SUNY Maritime College||$6,782||Throggs Neck||7||1,667||Public|
|SUNY College at Plattsburgh||$6,828||Plattsburgh||5||5,751||Public|
|SUNY Institute of Technology at Utica-Rome||$6,764||Utica||5||1,512||Public|
Best Schools Fighting for Families
Children and families are the cornerstone of any quality degree program in social work, and online schools in New York are no exception. Quality curriculum, hands-on experience, and research opportunities top the list of things to look for, and you’ll find them in these New York social work programs. With scholarships available, you can slash the cost of your degree while still receiving one of the best educations possible. We ranked these colleges based on innovative programming, quality instruction and learning opportunities to provide you with this list of the best social work programs in New York.
|CITY||SOCIAL DEGREES AWARDED||WOMEN||MEN||TUITION & FEES||TOTAL ENROLLMENT|
|New York University||New York||690||580||110||$43,204||34,198|
|CUNY Hunter College||New York||667||546||121||$5,829||12,975|
|Columbia University in the City of New York||New York||542||450||92||$47,246||21,793|
|SUNY at Albany||Albany||481||326||155||$7,525||14,042|
|Stony Brook University||Stony Brook||453||329||124||$7,560||19,622|
|Adelphi University||Garden City||410||368||42||$29,320||6,101|
|CUNY Lehman College||Bronx||384||335||49||$5,808||6,065|
|University at Buffalo||Buffalo||369||296||73||$7,989||23,701|
|CUNY Queens College||Flushing||357||278||79||$5,907||11,829|
|SUNY at Binghamton||Vestal||156||113||43||$7,645||13,030|
|CUNY College of Staten Island||Staten Island||144||112||32||$5,858||9,750|
|SUNY College at Brockport||Brockport||144||116||28||$6,881||6,819|
|State University of New York at New Paltz||New Paltz||129||92||37||$6,758||6,719|
|CUNY York College||Jamaica||122||106||16||$5,796||5,151|
|Buffalo State SUNY||Buffalo||121||98||23||$6,694||9,322|
|Long Island University-Brooklyn Campus||Brooklyn||112||86||26||$32,818||6,396|
|Yeshiva University||New York||111||91||20||$36,500||5,566|
|Touro College||New York||85||67||18||$14,850||8,430|
|CUNY Graduate School and University Center||New York||72||52||20||$5,660||4,743|
|CUNY City College||New York||59||44||15||$5,759||9,998|
|Roberts Wesleyan College||Rochester||57||47||10||$26,324||1,584|
|Long Island University-C W Post Campus||Brookville||54||44||10||$32,862||5,250|
|Keuka College||Keuka Park||51||45||6||$26,505||1,614|
|SUNY at Fredonia||Fredonia||49||39||10||$7,058||5,419|
|SUNY College at Cortland||Cortland||46||37||9||$6,942||6,611|
|CUNY Brooklyn College||Brooklyn||44||31||13||$5,884||9,935|
|SUNY College at Potsdam||Potsdam||43||28||15||$6,842||4,125|
|St. John’s University-New York||Queens||41||32||9||$35,520||14,424|
|Mercy College||Dobbs Ferry||39||34||5||$17,556||6,896|
|Teachers College at Columbia University||New York||38||30||8||N/A||3,213|
|Saint John Fisher College||Rochester||37||20||17||$27,370||3,290|
|SUNY College at Old Westbury||Old Westbury||37||30||7||$6,624||3,692|
|SUNY College at Plattsburgh||Plattsburgh||37||32||5||$6,828||5,751|
|The New School||New York||36||20||16||$39,368||8,639|
|Molloy College||Rockville Centre||35||33||2||$24,420||2,837|
|Niagara University||Niagara University||34||30||4||$27,230||3,442|
|Le Moyne College||Syracuse||33||30||3||$29,460||2,582|
|SUNY at Purchase College||Purchase||33||22||11||$7,230||3,848|
|SUNY College at Geneseo||Geneseo||32||20||12||$7,068||5,467|
|Long Island University-Brentwood Campus||Brentwood||31||26||5||N/A||179|
|Skidmore College||Saratoga Springs||27||19||8||$44,170||2,648|
|CUNY Bernard M Baruch College||New York||23||14||9||$5,910||11,515|
|St Lawrence University||Canton||23||15||8||$44,400||2,358|
|Saint Joseph’s College-New York||Brooklyn||23||18||5||$20,125||4,014|
|SUNY College at Oswego||Oswego||23||17||6||$6,841||7,364|
|The College of Saint Rose||Albany||22||17||5||$26,622||3,596|
|SUNY Institute of Technology at Utica-Rome||Utica||22||13||9||$6,764||1,512|
|CUNY Medgar Evers College||Brooklyn||20||17||3||$5,732||4,561|
|Wagner College||Staten Island||20||13||7||$37,540||1,965|
|College of Mount Saint Vincent||Bronx||19||13||6||$29,170||1,441|
|St. Bonaventure University||Saint Bonaventure||19||14||5||$28,727||2,196|
|Hobart William Smith Colleges||Geneva||18||11||7||$44,438||2,233|
|SUNY College at Oneonta||Oneonta||16||7||9||$6,896||5,830|
|Barnard College||New York||15||15||0||$43,502||2,389|
|Iona College||New Rochelle||12||5||7||$31,540||3,373|
|Dominican College of Blauvelt||Orangeburg||9||8||1||$23,970||1,478|
|SUNY College of Technology at Canton||Canton||9||3||6||$6,859||2,952|
|Concordia College-New York||Bronxville||7||6||1||$27,520||722|
|Pace University-New York||New York||7||5||2||$36,614||8,621|
|The Sage Colleges||Troy||7||7||0||$28,000||1,870|
|Marymount Manhattan College||New York||6||6||0||$25,648||1,707|
|Mount Saint Mary College||Newburgh||6||6||0||$25,340||2,018|
|St. Francis College||Brooklyn Heights||6||6||0||$19,200||2,424|
|New York Institute of Technology||Old Westbury||5||4||1||$28,940||6,370|