Academy for Jewish Religion
Rabbinical and Cantorial School for Klal Yisrael. Site provides information on student admissions, program details, and a faculty and staff directory.
New York based post-secondary educational institution particularly serving the educational needs of Puerto Ricans and other Hispanics.
Provides information for current and prospective students, parents, faulty, staff, and alumni. Includes campus news and a calendar of events.
Independent, coeducational institution in Buffalo, New York. Offers professional liberal arts programs at both the undergraduate and graduate levels.
Katharine Gibbs School: New York
Offers certificate and specialized associate degree programs in business, administration, technology, design and criminal justice fields.
Academics, admissions, student life, and contact information. With news releases, job postings, and related links.
Le Moyne College
Private, four-year college founded by the Society of Jesus. Site provides information on academics, athletics, and student life.
Coeducational, four-year college based in central Buffalo, New York. Serves the Western and Central New York and Southern Ontario areas.
Metropolitan College of New York
Admissions, academics, financial aid, and campus events information. With featured student success stories and a frequently asked questions section.
Private college named after President James Monroe. Offers two-year, four-year, and graduate programs of study.
Mount Saint Mary College
Presents academics, campus life, student admissions, administration, and athletics information.
New York Academy of Art
Information on student life and work, program offerings, admissions, faculty, and special events.
Small liberal arts college in Nyack, Rockland County, New York founded as the Missionary Training Institute in New York City.
School of Visual Arts
Official school website provides information on program offerings, location, contacts, and student admissions.
Stony Brook University
State University provides information on admissions, academics, reeearch, and athletics.
University at Albany
A state university of New York offering undergraduate and graduate programs as well as 19 varsity sports.