Situated in the center of the fashion capital of the world, LIM College has been a major force in fashion and business education for 75 years. Its graduates can be found throughout all areas of the fashion industry, and its high quality of education has earned LIM College accreditation from the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools. The College's M.B.A., B.B.A., B.P.S., and associate degrees are also accredited by the Accreditation Council of Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP).
LIM College offers a highly personal environment where students learn about the business of fashion, with an emphasis on academic and professional study. Lifelong friends are made at LIM College, as well as lifelong careers. Although most students come to the College directly from high school or transfer from other colleges, there are also those of nontraditional college age who enroll. Students come to LIM College from many parts of the country and the world. The current undergraduate enrollment is approximately 1,500.
The Department of Experiential Education & Career Management is one of LIM College's chief assets. Each student receives extensive career advising throughout their time at the College, beginning in the first semester. This helps direct students to career opportunities within their field of study. The relationship is one intended to strengthen over the post-graduation years as the department is able to assist with employment for life.
The unique nature of LIM College's curriculum provides students with a foundation of core courses in liberal arts and business while offering diverse and intensive hands-on preparation in the fashion industry. This affords graduates the opportunity to accept executive training, merchandising, management, marketing, visual, and communications positions in a wide variety of areas within the fashion and business worlds.
Support services are important at LIM College. In addition to academic and career advising, personal counseling is available. Because of the College's small size and the close relationships between students and staff members, any faculty member or administrator is readily accessible to help and advise all students.
Student life at LIM College is very dynamic. Active clubs include the Fashion Show Production Club, Student Life Activities Board, Student Leadership Council, Dance Team, and many more. There are also student publications including the LIMLIGHT yearbook and Fashion Sense magazine.
LIM College proudly opened a new residence hall in 2008. Located at 1760 Third Avenue, this state-of-the-art facility boasts a plethora of modern amenities. All rooms have private bathrooms, complementary wireless Internet access, phone service, and over 100 cable channels. Rooms are also equipped with full refrigerators and 25-inch flat-screen televisions. The facility also contains a private gym, game room, computer lab, and three full-service kitchens.
LIM College's Open House program offers students and their families the opportunity to tour the school's campus and learn not only about LIM College's unique academic programs, but also of the vast array of careers found in the fashion industry. The day also includes special presentations on financial aid, study abroad, clubs, and much more. Current LIM College students assist in hosting the event and are available to answer questions. LIM College also offers many other opportunities to visit including weekly information sessions, Transfer Services Days, mock classes for accepted students, and other periodically scheduled special events.
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