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The City University of New York City College

Out of 29 Surveys

24 Comments

about CUNYCC's undergraduate degree
13 negative, 6 positive.
“Do not waste your time or your money here. The administration does not know what they're doing and they will give you an attitude every time. You will...”
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43% of students would choose to return to CUNYCC, whereas 57% would not. Click to find out why.

CUNYCC Average Job Salaries

$20,000Starting Salary
$100,00010 Year Salary
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CUNYCC Address

CUNY CITY COLLEGE
160 CONVENT AVE
NEW YORK, NY10031
General info:(212) 650-7000
Financial aid office:(212) 650-5819
Admissions office:(212) 650-6977
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