There will always be hard to understand professors wherever you go, but there are lots of places at the college that offer help, and in my experience, many fellow students are willing to group together to ace a class.
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I'm in the Macaulay Honors College, so my experience isn't the same as most students, but I've really enjoyed it. My courses are challenging, but not overly so, and most of my professors have been wonderful. It's a really supportive, friendly place, even if it's not perfect.» Read More
The college is highly accessible and even offers shuttle service between the B/D Train stations at 125th and 145th. The food and book store is pricey but there are plenty of stores to eat in for a good price! Only thing is that in Fall, it's a bit crowded. Also this is one of the best in CUNY as well as one of the more pricier ones. Overall, I'm very happy here.» Read More
City College is a caompetitive school for the reason that it provides a good education at such a low tuition rate. There are many specialized programs that add to this college such as the Sophie Davis School for Biomedical Education and Macaulay Honors. You'll never get bored after studying hard for midterms because though the subway you have access to the greatest city in the world.» Read More