From the School

The New School is a legendary, progressive university comprising eight schools bound by a common, unusual intent: to prepare and inspire students to bring actual, positive change to the world. From its Greenwich Village campus, The New School launches economists and actors, fashion designers and urban planners, dancers and anthropologists, orchestra conductors, filmmakers, political scientists, organizational experts, jazz musicians, scholars, psychologists, historians, journalists, and, above all, world citizens--individuals whose ideas and innovations forge new paths of progress in the arts, design, humanities, public policy, and social sciences. Parsons The New School for Design is one of the premier degree-granting colleges of art and design in the nation. Founded in 1896 by the American impressionist painter William Merritt Chase, Parsons focuses on creating engaged citizens and outstanding artists, designers, scholars, and business leaders through a design-based professional and liberal education. Parsons students learn to rise to the challenges of living, working, and creative decision-making in a world where human experience is increasingly designed. The school embraces curricular innovation, pioneering uses of technology, collaborative methods, and global perspectives on the future of design. Parsons graduates and faculty members appear on the short list of outstanding practitioners in every realm of art and design--creative, management, and scholarly. Responsive to societal needs and predictive of cultural trends, Parsons makes tangible, usable, and beautiful The New School's mission of bringing positive, innovative change to the world. Approximately 4,100 undergraduate students and more than 500 graduate students are enrolled in Parsons The New School for Design. Nearly a third of all degree-seeking students are international, coming from 94 countries. Some 2,500 continuing education students take individual courses or are enrolled in certificate programs. More than 700 children and young people attend weekend and summer pre-college programs. Approximately 1,000 students live in the seven different residence halls in the Greenwich Village and Wall Street areas and take part in the social and educational programs and activities provided there. Through the enthusiasm and creativity of the resident advisors, students are exposed to diverse programs that take advantage of the rich traditions of The New School and the cultural opportunities of New York City. Through programming that addresses students' intellectual, artistic, and creative efforts, the residence life program fosters the development of the whole student. The university endeavors to provide comfortable and inclusive communities where students and staff members promote cultural awareness and academic success and develop new ideas and diverse experiences. For more information, students should contact the Office of University Housing at universityhousing@newschool.edu or 212-229-5459 or visit the website at www.newschool.edu/studentaffairs/housing/. Parsons and The New School are fully accredited by the Commission on Higher Education of the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools. Its credits and degrees are recognized and accepted by other accredited colleges, universities, and professional schools throughout the United States. The New School, a privately supported institution, is chartered as a university by the Regents of the State of New York.

Overall

From The School

Parsons seeks serious, responsible, and highly motivated applicants. Each applicant is reviewed individually with regard to experience, achievements, and potential for artistic growth. While Parsons recognizes the benefits of strong artistic preparation, some applicants are admitted based on their academic strengths more than their visual material. For BFA applicants, a large part of the Admissions Committee's decision is based on portfolio evaluations and the Parsons Challenge, as well as academic achievement. For BBA applicants, academic achievement is weighted heavily along with the Parsons Challenge. The AAS program is best suited to students who have had some prior college experience, are clear about their interests within the world of design, and are prepared for rapid immersion in a professional course of study. All applicants must submit the completed application, the non-refundable $50 application fee, and original copies of official high school and/or college transcripts. Bachelor's applicants who are residents of the United States must also submit SAT or ACT scores; international students must send in their TOEFL scores (minimum of 580 on the paper-based exam, or 237 on the computerized exam). All applicants must submit the multi-part Parsons Challenge exercise. A portfolio is required of all BFA applicants except those applying to study design and management. This must consist of eight to12 pieces of work, including, but not limited to, drawings, paintings, photographs, digital media, or design. A personal interview is recommended for all applicants. Application and Information The admission and financial aid deadline for the fall semester is February 1, and the deadline for spring admission is October 15. The Admissions Committee reviews applications and sends students its decision a few weeks after all materials are received. Admissions Office Parsons The New School for Design 72 Fifth Avenue 2nd Floor New York, NY 10011 United States Phone: 212-229-8989 Fax: 212-229-8975 Email: parsadm@newschool.edu Website: www.parsons.newschool.edu

Overview

Applicants
2,501
Acceptance Rate
61%
Average HS GPA
3.24

GPA Breakdown

16%
Over 3.75
20%
3.50 - 3.74
18%
3.25 - 3.49
18%
3.00 - 3.24
19%
2.50 - 2.99
6%
2.00 - 2.49
2%
1.00 - 1.99

Test Scores

SAT Reading
480 - 590
SAT Math
480 - 630
SAT Writing
470 - 610
ACT Composite
21.5 - 26.5

Other Admission Factors

Academic

Academic GPA
Application Essay
Non-Academic

Talent / Ability

Overall

From The School


Academic Programs

The degree programs at Parsons are academically challenging, demanding, and, ultimately, professionally rewarding for emerging designers. On average, students register for 16 to 18 credits (six classes) per semester. Most students are in class for 20 to 30 hours per week and spend an equivalent amount of time in preparation. Studio critique sessions and critical studies seminars depend on thoughtful student input and discussion. All courses require active attendance and regular participation. The AAS degree requires 65 credits; the BBA and BFA, 134 credits each; and the BA/BFA, 180 credits. The five-year BA/BFA program is offered in conjunction with Eugene Lang College The New School for Liberal Arts.

Majors and Degrees Offered

Undergraduate degrees offered are the associate in applied science (AAS), the bachelor of business administration (BBA), the bachelor of fine arts (BFA), and a bachelor of arts/bachelor of fine arts dual degree (BA/BFA). Associate's degrees are available in fashion marketing, fashion design, graphic design, and interior design. Bachelor's degrees are offered in architectural design, communication design, design and management, design and technology, environmental studies, fashion design, fine arts, illustration, integrated design, interior design, photography, and product design. Graduate degrees offered include a Masters of Fine Arts (MFA), a Masters of Arts (MA), and a Masters in Architecture (M.Arch). The MFA is available in architecture and lighting design, design and technology, fashion design and society, fine arts, history of decorative arts and design, interior design, lighting design, photography, and transdisciplinary design. The MA is available in fashion studies.

Faculty and Class Information

Student/Faculty
9:1
Total Faculty
1,083
with Terminal Degree
106

553
Women
530
Men
196
Minority
33
International

Most frequent class size
10 - 19
Most frequent lab / sub section size
20 - 29

Graduation Rates

Graduate in 4 years
55%
Graduate in 5 years
66%
Graduate in 6 years

Majors

  • Architecture and Related Service

  • Architectural Sciences and Technology, Other

  • Natural Resources and Conservation

  • Environmental Studies

  • Social Sciences

  • Urban Studies/Affairs

  • Visual and Performing Arts

  • Design and Applied Arts, Other
  • Design and Visual Communications, General
  • Fashion/Apparel Design
  • Fine/Studio Arts, General
  • Graphic Design
  • Illustration
  • Industrial Design
  • Interior Design
  • Photography


Degrees

Associate
Bachelor's
Certificate
Master's
Post-Bachelor's certificate

Career Services

On-Campus Job Interviews Available
No

Career Services

Alumni Network
Alumni Services
Classes
Interest Inventory
Internships
Regional Alumni
Opportunities at School

Experiential
Internship

Prominent Alumni


Donna Karan
Fashion Designer

Peter De Seve
Illustrator

Arthur Kugelman
Graphic Designer

Michael Bray
Interior Designer

Edward Hopper
Painter

Joel Schumacher
Film Maker

Marc Jacobs
Fashion/Costume Designer

Overview

From The School


Tuition, Room, Board and Fees

Full-time (12–19 credits) undergraduate students pay $17,610 in tuition and $395 in fees per term. Although housing costs vary depending on accommodations and meal plan selected, room and board average about $15,260 per year. Additional fees may apply.

Financial Aid

The New School Office of Student Financial Services (SFS) provides a comprehensive program of financial assistance and financing options. We are committed to making all reasonable effort to removing need as a barrier to matriculation and to applying need analysis and awarding policies equitably across the university. Our primary role is to identify possible sources of assistance and financing options for students and their families so that admitted students can enroll and continuing students can successfully complete their course of study. Institutional Funds The New School has established significant funding for institutional scholarships, fellowships, grants and stipends. Graduate students and undergraduate students enrolling in Jazz or Mannes are not required to file an application to be considered for institutional funds as these awards are based on merit. Lang College students, Parsons undergraduate students, and The New School for General Studies undergraduate students should complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid or the on-line International Scholarship Application to be considered for institutional funding. Supplemental Sources of Assistance To supplement the institutional aid program, The New School participates in the Federal Pell Grant, Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant, Federal Academic Competitiveness Grant, Federal Perkins Loan, Federal Family Education Loan (including Stafford and PLUS) and Federal Work-Study programs. By filing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), eligibility for these programs is determined automatically by a financial aid officer. To be considered for federal financial assistance you must be a U.S. citizen or eligible non-citizen. International students are not eligible for federal assistance but may be eligible to borrow through private credit-based education loan programs. Applying for Federal Aid Programs Federal Aid Eligible students should complete a Free Application for Federal Student Aid online at www.fafsa.ed.gov ( http://www.fafsa.ed.gov/ ). Our school code is 002780. You can either sign your application using a Personal Identification Number (a PIN can be obtained at www.pin.ed.gov ( http://www.pin.ed.gov/ )) if you have one, or by printing out a confirmation page and mailing it to the processing center. It will take approximately 3-4 weeks for processing so please complete the application as soon as possible. It is essential that you review the processed Student Aid Report once you receive it and confirm that all the entered information is correct.

Dates

Financial Aid Rating
Application Deadlines
Notification Date
Apr 1

Required Forms

FAFSA
State Aid

Financial Aid Statistics

Average Freshman Total Need-Based Gift Aid
$20,768

Average Undergraduate Total Need-Based Gift Aid
$19,631

Average Need-Based Loan
$6,683

Average amount of loan debt per graduate
$34,040

Undergraduates who have borrowed through any loan program
56%

Financial aid provided to international students
Yes

Expenses per Academic Year

Tuition
$40,660
Required Fees
$866
Average Cost for Books and Supplies
$2,050

Tuition / Fees Vary by Year of Study
No
Board for Commuters
Transportation for Commuters
$1,008

Available Aid

Financial Aid Methodoloy
Federal

Scholarships and Grants

Need-Based
 

Need-Based College/University Scholarship or Grant Aid from Institutional Funds
Need-Based Federal Pell
Need-Based Private Scholarships
Need-Based SEOG
Need-Based State Scholarships

Non-Need-Based
Institutional non-need-based scholarship or grant aid is available

Federal Direct Student Loan Programs
Direct PLUS Loans
Direct Subsidized Stafford Loans
Direct Unsubsidized Stafford Loans

Federal Family Education Loan Programs (FFEL)
Federal Perkins Loans

Is Institutional Employment Available (other than Federal Work Study)
Yes

Direct Lender
No

Overall

From The School

The following is a list of active student organizations: ASSOCIATION FOR INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT CHANGE FORUM, organizational change management NET IMPACT, global network of leaders who are changing the world through business SUSTAINABLE DESIGN REVIEW THE NEW FUTURISTS SARANO, research and advancement of non-pro¬ts NEW SCHOOL SCIENCE CLUB GENDER STUDIES INQUIRY GROUP SISTERS ON THE RUNWAY ASSOCIATION FOR INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT IMAGINING GLOBAL ASIA INTERNATIONAL CLUB LATIN AMERICA FORUM PROJECT AFRICA GLOBAL HEALTH STUDENT ORGANIZATION PHOTOfeast, photography collective THE THEATRE COLLECTIVE ACTIVE MINDS (managed by Student Health Services) NEW SCHOOL OUTDOOR CLUB (managed by the Of¬ce of Recreation and Intramural Sports) JEWISH STUDENT UNION NEW SCHOOL CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP STUDENT ACTIVITIES BOARD (S.A.B) STUDENT ACTIVITIES FINANCE COMMITTEE INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS WATER GROUP LOW INCOME STUDENT AFFAIRS (L.I.S.A) MOXIE, feminist organization OPEN: Out, Proud Environment at the New School, LGBTQ ROOTS AND SHOOTS (www.rootsandshoots.org) TOASTMASTER’S INTERNATIONAL @ NEW SCHOOL, develop public speaking THE NEW SCHOOL MARXIST SOCIETY NEW SCHOOL SCIENCE CLUB RADICAL STUDENT UNION: PLATYPUS: THE NEW CAMPUS.org

Student Body Profile

Total Undergraduate Enrollment
4,372
Out of State
73%

International
72%
Foreign Countries Represented
95

Demographics

23.58%
Asian
6.95%
African-American
14.93%
Hispanic
45.85%
Caucasian
3.81%
Unknown
71.75%
International

79% female
21% male
73% are out of state
90% are full time
10% are part time

Overview

From The School


Location

Parsons' main campus is located downtown in Greenwich Village, a historic neighborhood with a style and atmosphere found nowhere else in New York City. The area is home to design and art studios, galleries, shops, and restaurants, as well as avant-garde artists, musicians, and writers. With its rich cultural resources, international sophistication, and cutting-edge attitude, New York City is a vibrant environment that has inspired and challenged artists and designers throughout its history. The city offers more than 80 museums, such as the Metropolitan Museum of Art; Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum; and the Museum of Modern Art. Parsons faculty members teach the architecture of the city, the fabric of its populations, and the language of its commercial and private communication. In short, the faculty uses New York City as an urban design laboratory to teach students to look, learn, and feel the world around them.

Campus Facilities & Equipment

The Angelo Donghia Materials Library and Study Center, funded by the Angelo Donghia Foundation, comprises a library, a gallery, a computer lab, and a lecture hall. The library allows students and faculty members to review and check out state-of-the-art resources, putting the latest and most exclusive materials at their fingertips. Regular exhibitions at the gallery run by a full-time curator are open to the public, creating an open forum and dialogue with the larger interior design community. The heart of the architecture program is the large, open studio loft where students develop design projects in interaction with faculty members and peers. The 5,000-square-foot space is supported by wireless digital technology, allowing for direct printing and plotting from students' desks to the adjacent 25-station computer laboratories. In addition, a consortium membership gives Parsons students access to the libraries of Cooper Union and New York University. The Sheila C. Johnson Design Center is a new campus center for Parsons The New School for Design that combines learning and public program spaces with exhibition galleries to provide a dynamic presence for the university at the highly trafficked intersection of Fifth Avenue and 13th Street in Greenwich Village, and an important new downtown destination for art and design programming The center was made possible in part by a $7 million gift from New School Trustee and Parsons Board of Governors Chair Sheila C. Johnson. With an award-winning design by Lyn Rice Architects, whose principal Lyn Rice was part of the team behind Dia:Beacon, the center combines the ground level of four historic buildings to form an innovative, contemporary “urban quad.” The Center features the Anna-Maria and Stephen Kellen Gallery and Auditorium, and the Arnold and Sheila Aronson Galleries. These spaces will present exhibitions and public programs exploring key issues within contemporary culture through the work of architects, artists and designers. The Center also provides a new home for the Anna-Maria and Stephen Kellen Archives, a significant collection of drawings, photographs, letters, and objects documenting 20th-century design. In addition, several learning and meeting spaces are incorporated into the design, including an innovative student critique area located in the highly visible intersection of Fifth Avenue and 13th Street, which will enable the public to observe the design dialogue that is central to a Parsons education. Over the past several years, The New School has invested more than $30 million in a series of extensive labs. The Knowledge Union consists of state-of-the-art technology spread over four floors; the 600 networked workstations include all relevant platforms. Servers support work that ranges from traditional print output to online projects using webcasting and secure transaction technology. Specialty work--whether audio or video production, MIDI, recording, or physical computing installation--takes place in private studios spread across the campus. Portable production equipment, including digital still, video, and audio, is readily available. Digital projectors, surround sound, and active white boards feed into equipment racks that enable presentation of all media types. The University Computing Center, on the third and fourth floors at 55 West 13th Street, is a central hub of technologies. Computers and hands-on classrooms support multimedia, web design, and desktop publishing as well as word processing and research. The Fashion Computing Center at 560 Seventh Avenue provides computing support for the Parsons BFA program in fashion design. It has more than 40 UNIX, Macintosh, and Windows workstations and color, and black-and-white printers. Software includes high-end graphic and three-dimensional modeling applications.

Off-Campus Opportunities

In 1920, Parsons School of Design, as it was then known, was the first art and design school in America to found a campus abroad. Today, the school offers its students the possibility to expand their horizons by studying at art and design schools around the world. During their junior year, bachelor's degree students may enroll for one or two semesters in another school in the United States or abroad. Several departments assist students in securing internships that provide valuable work experience and professional contacts. Current and past internships include Marc Jacobs, Polo-Ralph Lauren, HBO, MTV, the New York Times, Rolling Stone magazine, Marvel Comics, and the Museum of Modern Art.

Student Organizations & Activities

The following is a list of active student organizations: ASSOCIATION FOR INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT CHANGE FORUM, organizational change management NET IMPACT, global network of leaders who are changing the world through business SUSTAINABLE DESIGN REVIEW THE NEW FUTURISTS SARANO, research and advancement of non-pro¬ts NEW SCHOOL SCIENCE CLUB GENDER STUDIES INQUIRY GROUP SISTERS ON THE RUNWAY ASSOCIATION FOR INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT IMAGINING GLOBAL ASIA INTERNATIONAL CLUB LATIN AMERICA FORUM PROJECT AFRICA GLOBAL HEALTH STUDENT ORGANIZATION PHOTOfeast, photography collective THE THEATRE COLLECTIVE ACTIVE MINDS (managed by Student Health Services) NEW SCHOOL OUTDOOR CLUB (managed by the Of¬ce of Recreation and Intramural Sports) JEWISH STUDENT UNION NEW SCHOOL CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP STUDENT ACTIVITIES BOARD (S.A.B) STUDENT ACTIVITIES FINANCE COMMITTEE INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS WATER GROUP LOW INCOME STUDENT AFFAIRS (L.I.S.A) MOXIE, feminist organization OPEN: Out, Proud Environment at the New School, LGBTQ ROOTS AND SHOOTS (www.rootsandshoots.org) TOASTMASTER’S INTERNATIONAL @ NEW SCHOOL, develop public speaking THE NEW SCHOOL MARXIST SOCIETY NEW SCHOOL SCIENCE CLUB RADICAL STUDENT UNION: PLATYPUS: THE NEW CAMPUS.org

Campus Life

Undergrads living on campus
24%
Help finding off-campus housing
Yes

Quality of life rating
First-Year Students living on campus
70%

Campus Environment
Large Urban
Fire safety rating
79

Housing Options

Apartment Single
Disabled Student
Dorms Coed
Theme Housing
Wellness Housing

Special Needs Admissions


College Entrance Tests Required
No

Interview Required
No

Special Need Services Offered


Student Activities

Registered Student Organizations
57
Number of Honor Societies
0

Number of Social Sororities
0
Number of Religious Organizations
4

Sports

Athletic Division
None

Men's Sports (Hoop Dreams)
5 Sports

Basketball
Cross Country
Cycling
Soccer
Volleyball
Women's Sports ()
5 Sports

Basketball
Cross Country
Cycling
Soccer
Volleyball


Sustainability

Green Rating
96

Campus Security Report

Campus Security Report

The Jeanne Clery Act requires colleges and universities to disclose their security policies, keep a public crime log, publish an annual crime report and provide timely warnings to students and campus employees about a crime posing an immediate or ongoing threat to students and campus employees.

Please visit The Princeton Review’s page on campus safety for additional resources: http://www.princetonreview.com/safety

The Princeton Review publishes links directly to each school's Campus Security Reports where available. Applicants can also access all school-specific campus safety information using the Campus Safety and Security Data Analysis Cutting Tool provided by the Office of Postsecondary Education of the U.S. Department of Education: http://ope.ed.gov/security


Other Information

Campus-wide Internet Network
Yes

Email and Web Access Available
Yes

% of Classrooms with Wireless Internet
100

Number of Computer Labs / Classrooms
29

Average Number of PC's per Lab
25

Network Access in Dorm Rooms
Yes

Network Access in Dorm Lounges
Yes

Fee for Network Use
No

Student Web Pages Permitted
Yes

Student Web Pages Provided
Yes

Partnerships with Technology Companies
Yes

Online Class Registration Available
Yes

Personal computer included in tuition for each student
No

Require Undergraduates to Own Computers
No

Discounts Available with Hardware Vendors
Yes

Description
http://www.newschool.edu/information-technology/deals/

Webcasting, Digital Audio or Video-Streaming of Courses
Yes

Webcasting, Digital Audio or Video-Streaming of Campus Radio / TV Stations
Yes

Campus Visits Contact

Contact
Monica Bernal, Katherine Gross
Admission Counselor

Address
72 Fifth Avenue
2nd Floor
New York, NY 10011

Phone
(212) 229-5150

Email
thinkparsons@newschool.edu

Experience College Life

Most Popular Places On Campus
Sheila Johnson Design Center
Schwartz Fashion Center
University Welcome Center
The University Center Runway
Project Runway Studios

Most Popular Places Off Campus
Museum of Modern Art
Central Park
Metropolitan Museum of Art
Cooper-Hewitt Museum
American Natural History Museum
Broadway Shows and Theater Tickets at TKTS

Campus Tours

Campus Visiting Center
Monday- Friday
9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m
(212) 229-5150

Campus Tours
Appointment Required: Yes
Dates: Varies
Times: Varies
Average Length: 1 hour

On Campus Interview

Campus Interviews
No

Information Sessions
Available

Times
9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m

Faculty and Coach Visits

Dates/Times Available
N/A

Contact Email Address for Visit
N/a

Class Visits

Dates/Times Available
Academic Year

Arrangements
Contact Admissions Office

Overnight Dorm Stays

Overnight Dorm Stays
Not Available

Limitations
N/a

Transportation

Types of Transportation Available to Campus
Kennedy International, La Guardia, and Newark airports all serve New York City. At Kennedy and La Guardia, Carey bus service provides group rides into the city at regular intervals; check with your airline for details. Taxis are also available, though expensive. From Newark, Carey Bus brings passengers into the Port Authority Bus Terminal, which is a subway ride away from the college. Amtrak, Metro-North, New Jersey Transit, and Long Island Railroad trains all serve New York City. Greyhound and several local bus lines also come into the city. Public transportation is available from the terminals to the college. New Jersey's PATH train stops at 14th St. and 6th Ave., only 2 blocks from campus. The BMT, IND, and IRT subway lines all have stops within walking distance of the school.

Driving Instructions to Campus
"From: Westchester, Connecticut, and points north of New York City Take the Saw Mill River Parkway to the Henry Hudson Parkway south and continue to the West Side Highway (which becomes Twelfth Avenue/West Street); exit left at 14th Street to Fifth Avenue and turn right. Head one block south to 13th Street and turn right. From: Points north of New York City via I-95 Take I-95 to the Triborough Bridge. Follow the FDR Drive downtown. Exit at 14th Street. Travel east to Fifth Avenue. Turn left. Turn right on 13th Street. From: New Jersey and points west of New York City From the George Washington Bridge: Take the Henry Hudson Parkway south and proceed as directed above. From the Lincoln Tunnel: Follow the signs to 39th or 40th Streets and head east (one block) to Ninth Avenue. Travel south on Ninth Avenue to 14th Street. Make a left turn onto 14th Street and continue as above. From the New Jersey Turnpike: Take the Holland Tunnel to Canal Street. Continue on Canal Street to Sixth Avenue (Avenue of the Americas). Go north on Sixth Avenue (turn left) to 14th Street; turn right and continue on 14th Street to Fifth Avenue. Make a right turn to 13th Street. Turn right onto 13th Street. From: Long Island and points east of New York City Take the Long Island Expressway (I-95) west to the Midtown Tunnel. From the Tunnel, follow signs to 34th Street and the FDR Drive. Take the FDR Drive south to the 15th Street exit and continue south to 14th Street. Proceed west on 14th Street to Fifth Avenue to 13th Street; turn right at 13th Street. *Be aware that all routes into the city have tolls, which range from $1.00 - $4.50 each way. Please note, for students who may use moving trucks to move into residence halls, the cost may be higher due to the weight and commercial license plates. Also, you may have to take alternate routes/tunnels/bridges due to commercial truck restrictions on certain tunnels and bridges."

Local Accommodations
"Larchmont Hotel 27 West 11th Street .2 miles/Greenwich Village Washington Square Hotel 103 Waverly Place .4 miles/Greenwich Village W New York - Union Square 201 Park Avenue South .6 miles/Union Square Chelsea Inn 46 West 17th Street .8 miles/Chelsea Hotel 17 225 East 17th Street .8 miles/Union Square Gramercy Park Hotel 2 Lexington Avenue 1 mile/Gramercy Maritime Hotel 363 West 16th Street 1 mile/Chelsea Mercer Hotel 147 Mercer Street 1 mile/SoHo American Dream Hostel 168 East 24th Street 1.1 miles/Gramercy Comfort Inn 18 West 25th Street 1.1 miles/Gramercy Hampton Inn - New York 108 West 24th Street 1.1 miles/Gramercy Chelsea Center Hostel 313 West 29th Street 1.4 miles/Chelsea Gershwin Hotel 7 East 27th Street 1.2 miles/Gramercy Chelsea Lodge 318 West 20th Street 1.3 miles/Chelsea Off SoHo Suites 11 Rivington Street 1.4 miles/NoLita Hampton Inn Manhattan - SoHo 54 Watts Street 1.5 miles/Tribeca SoHo Grand Hotel 310 West Broadway 1.7 miles/Tribeca Affinia Shelburne 303 Lexington Avenue 1.8 miles/Murray Hill"
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Key Stats

2,501
Applicants
4,372
Size
61%
Acceptance Rate
1090
SAT Scores

Rankings & Lists