We're here to help you design your future.
What do you want to be? Where do you want to go? You have so many choices – we'd like to show you why City may be the right choice for you.
City is an old school with new ideas. Founded in 1847, we take pride in our tradition, eagerly embrace the present, and ride the cutting edge of the future. The College, with one of the most diverse student bodies in any college of America, is a mirror image of New York City. Our mission emphasizes access and excellence in undergraduate and graduate education and research, and opportunities for internships and study abroad abound. Whether you are looking for preparation for an exciting career or graduate and doctoral studies, City College offers the path to your future. We offer over 100 undergraduate and graduate degrees in architecture, education, engineering, the arts and humanities, the social sciences and science, as well as a unique BS/MD program.
Visit Us! Would you like to tour our campus? Find out how to arrange a visit.
Undergraduate Open House
Freshmen and transfer students are invited to meet the
faculty, learn about our many academic majors and tour our beautiful
campus. Register on-line by logging onto or
creating your MyCity
Freshmen applying to The Grove School of Engineering are required to submit a supplemental application form. Exception: applicants to the Macaulay Honors College are NOT required to complete the supplemental application form.
FRESHMAN AND TRANSFER APPLICANTS TO ARCHITECTURE:
ALL freshmen and transfer students applying to The Bernard and Anne Spitzer School of Architecture are required to submit a Creative Challenge form. This includes applicants to the Macaulay Honors College.
FRESHMAN APPLICANTS TO SOPHIE DAVIS SCHOOL OF BIOMEDICAL EDUCATION:
ALL freshmen applying to the Sophie Davis School of Biomedical Education are required to submit two separate applications.
ALL students interested in the Physician Assistant Program - Beginning in September 2016, the Physician Assistant program at City College will be offered as a master’s degree only. No additional undergraduate classes will be admitted. More information can be found on the website.
Current Undergraduate and Graduate Bulletins