When classes are over and books are closed, what's a student to do in the city that Almost anything.
The School’s Washington Heights location offers a one-of-a-kind experience of urban living. Through housing, eating, culture, study, and leisure, New York City brims with energy and excitement.
Whether exploring Broadway, the Bronx Zoo, Central Park, or the outer boroughs, students have limitless recreational options. For those who crave crowds, Times Square, Madison Square Garden, Yankee Stadium, and countless cultural venues await—including many opportunities for free and low-cost entertainment.
New York City also presents an extraordinary range of professional opportunities. Many students find practicum placement and job opportunities with one of the hundreds of government agencies, nonprofit organizations, and private-sector healthcare enterprises located in the city and greater metropolitan area.
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