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List of Colleges and Universities in New York

List of colleges and universities in New York.

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State University of New York at Buffalo: The state University of New York (SUNY) at Buffalo is a public school, established in 1846. Satish K. Tripathi is the current president. Currently, there are more than 29,950 students enrolled. The mascot for the school is Victor E. Bull.Visit Site

Binghamton University: The state University of New York (SUNY) at Buffalo is a public campus, established in 1846. Satish K. Tripathi is the current president of the school. It has over 29,944 students enrolled. The mascot for the school is Victor E. Bull. The school has an acceptance rate of 78%.Visit Site

Stony Brook University: Stony Brook University is a public school, established in the year 1957, affiliated with State University of New. Samuel L. Stanley is the current president. Currently, there are more than 16, 831 students enrolled. The school mascot is Wolfie the Seawolf.Visit Site

University at Albany: University at Albany is a public school, established in 1844. Robert J. Jones is the current president of the school. It has over 17,500 students enrolled. The mascot for the school is Great Danes.Visit Site

New York State College of Ceramics: New York State College of Ceramics was established in 1900. Currently, there are more than 610 students enrolled. The school has 50% acceptance rate. The school mascot is Oakie the Acorn.Visit Site

New York State College of Agriculture and Life Sciences: New York State College of Agriculture and Life Sciences is a private school, established in the year 1874. Kathryn J. Boor is the current Dean of the College. It has over 3,365 students enrolled.Visit Site

New York State College of Human Ecology: New York State College of Human Ecology (NYSCHE) was established in 1925, affiliated with State University of New York. Alan Mathios is the current dean of the college. It has over 1,202 students enrolled.Visit Site

New York State College of Veterinary Medicine: New York State College of Veterinary Medicine was established in 1864. Lorin Warmick is the current Dean of the College. Currently, there are more than 335 students enrolled.Visit Site

New York State School of Industrial and Labor Relations: New York State School of Industrial and Labor Relations is an industrial school, established in 1945. Kevin F Hallock is the current Dean of the school. It has over 231 students enrolled and 14% acceptance rate.Visit Site

SUNY Technology Colleges

Alfred State College: Alfred State College was established in the year 1908 by Boothe C. Davis as a teaching college. It has over 3,500 students enrolled. The school has 99% acceptance rate.Visit Site

State University of New York at Canton: The state University of New York (SUNY) at Canton is a public school, established in 1906. Zvi Szafran is the current president of the school. It has over 3,550 students enrolled. The mascot for the school is sunny Canton.Visit Site

State University of New York at Cobleskill: The state University of New York at Cobleskill is a public campus, established in 1911. Dr. Marion Terenzio is the current president. Currently, there are more than 2500 students enrolled. The mascot for the school is Fighting Tiger.Visit Site

State University of New York at Delhi: The state University of New York at Delhi is a public school, established in 1913. Candace S. Vancko is the current president of the school. It has over 3,000 students. The mascot for the school is Broncos.Visit Site

State University of New York at Farmingdale: State University of New York (SUN) at Farmingdale is a public campus established in 1912. Dr. W. Hubert Keen is the current president. It has over 8,700 students enrolled. The mascot for the school is Rambo the Ram.Visit Site

State University of New York at Morrisville: The state University of New York at Morrisville is a public campus, established in 1906. Zvi Szafran is the current president of the school. It has over 3,550 students enrolled.Visit Site

State University of New York Polytechnic Institute: State University of New York Polytechnic Institute (SUNYPI) is a public school, established 1911. Dr. Marion Terenzio is the current president of the school. It has over 2500 students enrolled. It has an acceptance rate of 48%. The mascot for the school is Fighting Tigers.Visit Site

State University of New York Maritime College: The state University of New York Maritime College is a state-managed school, established in 1874. Michael A. Alfultis. Ph.D. is the current president. Currently, there are more than 1250 students enrolled. The mascot for the school is Privateers.Visit Site

SUNY Comprehensive Colleges

Buffalo State College: Buffalo State College is a public school, established in 1871. Nancy L. Zimpher is the current president. Currently, there are more than 10,661 students enrolled. It has 49% acceptance rate. The mascot for the school is Benji the Bengal.Visit Site

Empire State College: Empire State College is a public liberal arts school, established in 1971. Morodie A. Hancock is the current president of the school. It has over 18,656 students enrolled.Visit Site

State University of New York at Brockport: University of New York at Brockport SUNY is a public school, established in 1867. Heidi Macpherson is the current president of the school. Currently over 8,106 students enrolled and has an acceptance rate of 41.9%. The school mascot is Ellsworth.Visit Site

State University of New York at Cortland: University of New York at Cortland is a public campus, established in 1868. Dr. Erik Bitterbeaum is the current president of the school. It has over 7,110 students enrolled. It has an acceptance rate of 45%. The mascot for the school is Blaze.Visit Site

State University of New York at Fredonia: University of New York at Fredonia SUNY is a public school, established in 1826. Virginia Schaefer Horvath Ph.D. is the current president of the school. It has over 5,103 students enrolled.Visit Site

State University of New York at Geneseo: University of New York at Geneseo is a coeducational public school, established in 1871. Dr. Denise is the current president of the school. Currently, there are more than 4,950 students enrolled.Visit Site

State University of New York at New Paltz: University of New York at New Paltz SUNY is a public college, established in 1828. Donald P. Christian is the current president of the school. It has over 7,885 students enrolled. The school mascot is Hugo the Hawk.Visit Site

State University of New York at Old Westbury: University of New York at Old Westbury is a public college, established in 1965. Calvin O. Butts is the current president of the school. It has over 4,315 students enrolled. The school mascot is Panther.Visit Site

State University of New York at Oneonta: University of New York at Oneonta is a public campus, established in 1889 as the Oneonta. Currently, there are more than 5,852 students enrolled. The school mascot is Red Dragon.Visit Site

State University of New York at Oswego: University of New York at Oswego is a public school, established in 1861. Deborah F. Stanley is the current president. It has over 7,400 students enrolled.Visit Site

State University of New York at Plattsburgh: University of New York at Plattsburgh SUNY is a public campus, established in 1889. Dr. John Etting is the current president of the school. Currently, there are more than 6,214 students enrolled. The mascot for the school is Burghy.Visit Site

State University of New York at Potsdam: University of New York at Potsdam SUNY is a public campus, established in 1816. Dr. Kristin Esterberg is the current president. It has over 3,902 students enrolled. It has 65% acceptance rate. The school mascot is Bear.Visit Site

State University of New York at Purchase: University of New York at Purchase SUNY was established in 1967. Thomas J. Schwarz is the current president of the school. It has over 4,188 students enrolled. The school mascot is Panther.Visit Site

SUNY Specialized Doctoral Granting Units

State University of New York Downstate Medical Center: University of New York Downstate Medical Center is a medical school, established in 1860. John F. Williams, MD, EdD, MPH. is the current president. It has over 1,738 students enrolled.Visit Site

State University of New York Upstate Medical University: University of New York Upstate Medical University is a public school, established in 1834. Danielle Laraque-Arena, M.D. is the current president of the school. It has over 1542 students enrolled.Visit Site

State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry: University of New York College Environmental Science and Forestry is a public school, established 1911. Quentin D. Wheeler is the current president of the school. It has over 2,778 students enrolled. The mascot for the school is Oakie.Visit Site

State University of New York State College of Optometry: University of New York State College of Optometry is a public school, established in 1971. Dr. David Heath is the current president of the school. It has over 330 students enrolled.Visit Site

SUNY Community Colleges

Adirondack Community College: Adirondack Community College is a public school, established in 1961, affiliated with National Junior College. Kristine Duffy is the current president of the school. It has over 3,408 students enrolled. It has an acceptance rate of 46.2%. The school mascot is Timberwolves.Visit Site

Broome Community College: Broome Community College also known as SUNY Broome was established in 1946. Kevin E. Drumm is the current president of the school. Currently, there are more than 6,625 students enrolled. The school mascot is Hormets.Visit Site

Cayuga County Community College: Cayuga County Community College C.C.C.C. is a public school, established in 1953. Dr. Brian M. Durrant is the current president. Currently, there are more than 3,031 students enrolled.Visit Site

Clinton Community College: Clinton Community College is a public school, established in 1966 by Paul B. Sharar. Currently, there are more than 2,192 students enrolled.Visit Site

Columbia-Greene Community College: Columbia-Greene Community College is a public school, established in 1966. James R. Campion is the current president. It has over 2,047 students enrolled. The mascot for the school is Rip Van, Winkle.Visit Site

Corning Community College: Corning Community College is a public school, established in 1957, affiliated with National Junior College. Dr. Katherine P. Douglas is the current president of the school. Currently, there are more than 5,072 students enrolled.Visit Site

Dutchess Community College: Dutchess Community College was established in 1957, affiliated with National Junior College. Pamela R. Edington is the current president of the school. It has over 10,329 students enrolled.Visit Site

Erie Community College: Erie Community College was established in 1946 as New York State Institute. Jack Quinn is the current president of the school. It has over 14,328 students enrolled. The mascot for the school is Kats.Visit Site

Fashion Institute of Technology: Fashion Institute of Technology is a state university that was founded in 1944. It has very strong connections to the fashion industry and offers a range of undergraduate, graduate and certificate programs. FIT’s current president is Joyce F. Brown and it has an enrollment of approximately 9,500 undergraduate and 200 graduate students, with an acceptance rate of 44%. Its mascot is the Tiger.Visit Site

Finger Lakes Community College: Finger Lakes Community College is a community college that was established in 1965. FLCC currently enrolls 6,700 students and its president is Barbara G. Risser. The mascot is the Lake Monster.Visit Site

Fulton-Montgomery Community College: Fulton-Montgomery Community College is a two-year degree granting institution that enrolls approximately 2,700 students. It was established in 1963 and offers over 45 degree and certificate programs. Its current president is Dustin Swanger.Visit Site

Genesee Community College: Genesee Community College was established in 1966. Its current president is James M. Sunser and the school mascot is the Cougar. GCC enrolls approximately 7,200 students.Visit Site

Herkimer County Community College: Herkimer County Community College was founded in 1966. It currently enrolls approximately 3,300 students and it offers over 40 two-year degrees and certificate study programs. The current president is Dr. Cathleen McColgin.Visit Site

Hudson Valley Community College: Hudson Valley Community College was established in 1953 with the purpose of providing a vocational education to World War II veterans. It currently enrolls over 12,000 undergraduates in over 70 two-year degrees and certificate study programs. The mascot is the Viking.Visit Site

Jamestown Community College: Jamestown Community College was established in 1950 as one of New York State’s first two-year institutions. JCC’s current enrollment is around 4,100 students. Cory L. Duckworth is the president and the mascots are JJ the Jayhawk and Jax the Jaguar.Visit Site

Jefferson Community College: Jefferson Community College was founded in 1961 and it has an enrollment of approximately 3,800 students. JCC offers 14 terminal degrees, as well as 12 transfer degrees. Carole A. McCoy is the current president and the mascot is the Cannoneer.Visit Site

Mohawk Valley Community College: Mohawk Valley Community College was founded in 1946 as an institute of applied arts and sciences.The current president is Randall J. VanWagoner. Approximately 7,200 students attend one of MVCC’s 90 programs and the mascot is Mo the Hawk.Visit Site

Monroe Community College: Monroe Community College is a two-year institution that was established in 1961 by Dr. Samuel J. Stabins, a medical doctor. MCC enrolls nearly 20,000 students. The school’s current president is Anne M. Kress.Visit Site

Nassau Community College: Nassau Community College was founded in 1959. It is a two-year college that awards three types of degrees. The current interim president is Dr. Thomas P. Dolan and the school mascot is Leo the Lion.Visit Site

Niagara County Community College: Niagara County Community College was established in 1962. It offers nearly 50 two-year degrees and 25 certificate programs and has an enrollment of approximately 7,500 students. Dr. James P. Klyczek is the current president and the school mascot is Tripp the Wolf.Visit Site

North Country Community College: North Country Community College was founded in 1967. It is a two-year institution that offers a variety of degree and transfer programs. The current president is Dr. Steven Tyrell and the mascot is the Saint Bernard.Visit Site

Onondaga Community College: Onondaga Community College was founded in 1961. Dr. Casey Crabill is the current president and it has an enrollment of nearly 13,000 students in almost 50 two-year programs.Visit Site

Orange County Community College: Orange County Community College is a two-year degree granting institution that was established in 1950. The current president is Dr. Kristine M. Young and it enrolls approximately 5,500 students. SUNY Orange’s mascot is the SUNY Orange Colt.Visit Site

Rockland Community College: Rockland Community College was established in 1959. It offers over 50 two-year degrees and certificates and currently enrolls about 7,000 students. The current president is Clifford L. Wood and the school mascot is Rocky the Hawk.Visit Site

Schenectady County Community College: Schenectady County Community College was established in 1967. It currently enrolls over 4,000 students and the current president is Dr. Steady Moono.Visit Site

Suffolk County Community College: Suffolk County Community College was established in 1959 and is the largest two-year college in the SUNY network. It was founded by Albert Ammerman. SCCC enrolls approximately 27,000 students in over 70 degree and certificate study programs and the school’s mascot is the Shark.Visit Site

Sullivan County Community College: Sullivan County Community College is a two-year college that offers over 40 degree and certificate programs. It enrolls nearly 1,800 students and the current president is Dr. Karin M. Hilgersom.Visit Site

Tompkins Cortland Community College: Tompkins Cortland Community College is a two-year college that was established in 1968. It enrolls over 3,800 students and the current president is Carl E. Haynes.Visit Site

Ulster County Community College: Ulster County Community College was established in 1961. It currently enrolls over 3,700 students in a variety of career and transfer-track two-year programs. UCCC’s current president is Dr. Alan P. Roberts.Visit Site

Westchester Community College: Westchester Community College was established in 1946. It is a two-year institution that enrolls nearly 14,000 students. The current president is Dr. Belinda S. Miles. The college mascot is the Viking.Visit Site

SUNY State-wide Colleges

Empire State College: Empire State College was founded in 1971 at the initiative of Ernest Boyer, then-Chancellor of SUNY. The college currently enrolls nearly 19,000 students in a range of two-year, four-year and graduate degree programs. The current president of the college is Merodie A. Hancock and the admission rate is 80%.Visit Site

SUNY Learning Network: SUNY Learning Network is comprised of the set of online and distance learning programs that are offered by the SUNY network. Open SUNY offers online courses which students take towards the associate, bachelor’s and master’s degrees.Visit Site

Baruch College: Baruch College is a public college that became independent in 1968. Nearly 14,000 undergraduates and 3,200 graduate students are enrolled in one of Baruch’s bachelor’s, master’s or PhD programs. It has an admission rate of 27.9%. The current president is Mitchel Wallerstein and the school mascot is the Bearcat.Visit Site

Brooklyn College: Brooklyn College was founded in 1930 and has a total number of 17,930 students enrolled. The acceptance rate is 35.3%. Its president is Karen L. Gould, and its mascot is Bulldog.Visit Site

City College: City College was founded in 1881 by Anandamohan Bose, Pandit Sivanath Sastri, and Sir Surendranath Banerjea. It is administered by Brahmo Samaj Education Society. The Mascot is Beaver.Visit Site

College of Staten Island: College of Staten Island was founded in 1976. It has an acceptance rate of 90%, and a student enrollment of 13,894. The president is William J. Fritz, and its mascot is Danny the Dolphin.Visit Site

CUNY School of Professional Studies: CUNY School of Professional Studies was founded in 2003 by the City University of New York Board of Trustees. Its current president is Chase Robinson, and the mascot is Lexington Lynx.Visit Site

CUNY Graduate School of Journalism: CUNY Graduate School of Journalism was started in 2004 by the CUNY board of trustees. The president is Chase Robinson. The university has a student enrollment of 170. The mascot is Bulldog.Visit Site

CUNY Law School: CUNY Law School was founded in 1983 and has a student enrollment of 412. The Dean is Michelle J. Anderson, and its mascot is Warriors.Visit Site

Hunter College: Hunter College was established in 1870. It has more than 23,000 students enrolled, and an acceptance rate of 29.7%. The president is Jennifer Raab, and the mascot is Hunter Hawk.Visit Site

John Jay College of Criminal Justice: John Jay College of Criminal Justice was founded in 1964 by the Board of Higher Education. The acceptance rate is 52.6%. The current president is Jeremy Travis, and the mascot is Bloodhound.Visit Site

Lehman College: Lehman College was founded in 1967 by Leonard Lief and has an acceptance rate of 22%. Its president is Ricardo R. Fernandez and the mascot is Lightning Bug.Visit Site

Medgar Evers College: Medgar Evers College was founded in 1970 by educators and community members in central Brooklyn. The current president is Rudy crew. Its acceptance rate is 93%. Its mascot is Cougars.Visit Site

New York City College of Technology: New York City College of Technology was established in 1946. It has an acceptance rate of 77%, and an enrollment of over 17,000 students. The mascot is Yellow Jacket, and the president is Russel K. Hotzler.Visit Site

Sophie Davis School of Biomedical Education: Sophie Davis School of Biomedical Education was started in 1973. The current president is Lisa S. Coico. The University has an acceptance rate of 7%, and a student enrollment of 74.Visit Site

Queens College: Queens College was founded in 1937 and has an acceptance rate of 30%. The president is Felix V. Matos Rodriquez and its mascot is Knight.Visit Site

York College: York College was established in 1966. It had an acceptance rate of 40%, and its president is Marcia V. Keizs. The mascot is Cardinal.Visit Site

CUNY Community Colleges

Borough of Manhattan Community College: Borough of Manhattan Community College was founded in 1963. The total number of students enrolled is 26,831. The mascot is Blue Panther, and the president is Antonio Perez.Visit Site

Bronx Community College: Bronx Community College was started in 1957. It has a student enrollment of 11,157. The president is Dr. Thomas A. Isekenegbe, and the mascot is Bronco.Visit Site

Guttman Community College: Guttman Community College was established in 2011 by the City University of New York, and its current president is Scott E. Evenbeck. The university’s student enrollment is 700.Visit Site

Hostos Community College: Hostos Community College was founded in 1968.The student enrollment is 7,078. It has a 28% acceptance rate for men, and 72% for women. Its president is David Gomez, and the mascot is Caiman.Visit Site

Kingsborough Community College: Kingsborough Community College was established in 1963 and has a student enrollment of 19,261. The university’s current president is Farley Herzek. It has an acceptance rate of 60%.Visit Site

LaGuardia Community College: LaGuardia Community College was started in 1968. Its president is Gail Mellow. The students enrolled are 17,569. It has an acceptance rate of 100% and a student enrollment of 19,332, and the mascot is Hawk.Visit Site

Queensborough Community College: Queensborough Community College was founded in 1959 as a State University of New York campus and has enrolled 15,316 students. The mascot is Tiger, and its president Dr. Diane B. Call.Visit Site

Federal service academies

United States Merchant Marine Academy: United States Merchant Marine Academy was established in 1943 and has an acceptance rate of 22.3%. The mascot is Mariner, and the superintendent is Rear Admiral James A. Heils.Visit Site

United States Military Academy: United States Military Academy was founded in 1802. The acceptance rate is 9%. The university mascot is Army Mules. Its superintendent is Robert L. Caslen.Visit Site

Private colleges and universities

Adelphi University: Adelphi University was established in 1896. The university’s acceptance rate is 72%. The mascot is Panther, and the president is Christine Riordan.Visit Site

Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences: Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences was founded in 1881, and the president is Greg Dewey. The student enrollment is 1,641, and 64% acceptance rate. The mascot is Albany College of Pharmacy Panther.Visit Site

Alfred University: Alfred University was established in 1836 and was shaped into its current form by Boothe C. Davis. It enrolls 2,300 students. Its mascot is the Saxon, an armored knight.Visit Site

ASA College: ASA College was founded in 1985 and began with 12 students. It focused primarily on computer programming. Today it enrolls over 5,000 students. Its mascot is the Avenger Man.Visit Site

Bard College: Bard College was founded in 1860 and was originally known as St. Stephen’s College. It enrolls over 2,000 students, and the president of the university is Leon Botstein.Visit Site

Barnard College: Barnard College dates back to 1889, when it was founded for women undergraduates. It remains a women’s school to this day.It enrolls over 2,000 undergraduates, and its mascot is Millie the Dancing Bear.Visit Site

Berkeley College: Berkeley College was established in 1931. It enrolls about 9,000 students, and its current president is Mr. Michael J. Smith. Its mascot is the Knight.Visit Site

Canisius College: Canisius College was established in 1870. It is one of 28 Jesuit universities in the United States. It enrolls around 4,500 students. Its current President is John J. Hurley, and its mascot is Petey the Griffin.Visit Site

Cazenovia College: Cazenovia College dates back to 1824, when it was founded as a seminary. Today, it enrolls about 1,000 undergraduates. Its current President is Margaret Piney, and its mascot is the Wildcat.Visit Site

Clarkson University: Clarkson University was established in 1896 by the sisters of Thomas Clarkson, an entrepreneur. Today it enrolls 4,500 students. Its current President is Anthony G. Collins, and its mascot is The Golden Knight.Visit Site

Colgate University: Colgate University was founded in 1819 by Baptists and was originally a seminary. Its current President is Jill Harsin, and it enrolls about 2,900 students. Its mascot is the Raider.Visit Site

College of Mount St. Vincent: The College of Mt. St. Vincent was established in 1847 and was originally a school for women. It enrolls 1,527 students and its President is Charles L. Flynn. The university’s mascot is the Dolphin.Visit Site

College of New Rochelle: The College of New Rochelle was founded in 1904 and was the first Catholic women’s college in New York State. Today, it enrolls over 4,000 students. The university’s current President is Judith Huntington, and its mascot is the Blue Angel.Visit Site

College of St. Rose: The College of St. Rose was established in 1920 as a Catholic school for women. Today it enrolls almost 5,000 students, and its current president is Carolyn Stefanco. Its mascot is Fear, the Golden Knight.Visit Site

Columbia University: Columbia University dates back to 1754, when it was known as King’s College. It was renamed after the American Revolution. It is an Ivy League school and enrolls around 28,000 students. Its current President is Lee Bollinger, and its mascot is the Columbia Lion.Visit Site

Concordia College: Concordia College was established in 1891 by the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. It enrolls 2,531 students. The university’s current president is William Craft, and its mascot is Kernel Cobb.Visit Site

Cooper Union: Cooper Union was founded in 1859 by Peter Cooper, who at that time was one of the most successful entrepreneurs in America. It enrolls more than 900 students. The university’s current president is William Mea.Visit Site

Cornell University: Cornell University dates back to 1865 and was founded by Ezra Cornell and Andrew Dickinson White. It’s a part of the Ivy League, and enrolls over 20,000 students. Its current president is Michael Kotlikoff and its mascot is Touchdown the Bear.Visit Site

Culinary Institute of America: The Culinary Institute of America dates back to 1946, founded as a school for returning veterans. Obviously, its primary focus is culinary education. Today it enrolls over 2,800 students, and the current president is L Timothy Ryan.Visit Site

D’Youville College: D’Youville College was founded in 1908 by the Grey Nuns. As such, it is affiliated with the Roman Catholic Church. Today it enrolls about 3,200 students. Its current president is Sister Denise A. Roche, and its mascot is the Spartan.Visit Site

Daemen College: Daemen College was established in 1947 as Rosary Hill College. It enrolls over 3,000 students. The college’s current president is Gary A. Olson, and its mascot is the Wildcat.Visit Site

Davis College: Davis College was founded in 1858 by Matthew H. Davis. Today it enrolls 434 students, and its current President is Diane Brumer. The college has been rated Ohio’s Best Employer.Visit Site

Dominican College: Dominican College was founded in 1952 by the Dominican Sisters of Blauvett. Today, it enrolls about 2,000 students. The current president is Sister Mary E. O’Brien and its mascot is the Charger.Visit Site

Dowling College: Dowling College was established in 1968. It began as an extension of the nearby Adelphi University. It currently enrolls over 1,500 students, and its president is Albert Inserra. The mascot of the university is the Golden Lion.Visit Site

Elmira College: Elmira College was founded in 1855. It was the first college in the United States to offer bachelor’s degrees to women. Today it enrolls over 1,000 students, and its current president is Norman Smith.Visit Site

Five Towns College: Five Towns College was founded in 1972. The college focuses primarily on business, and it enrolls around 750 students. The current president is Susan Barr.Visit Site

Fordham University: Fordham University was established in 1841, when it was known as St. John’s College. The school enrolls over 15,000 students.The university’s current president is Rev. Joseph M. McShane, and its mascot is the Ram.Visit Site

Hamilton College: Hamilton College was founded in 1793 as the The Hamilton-Oneida Academy. The College was given its current name in 1812 and is today one of the oldest in the nation. The College has 1,850 students enrolled (52% female, 48% male). Hamilton College takes its name from Alexander Hamilton, he was a member of the first Board of Trustees in 1793. Hamilton’s mascot is called Alex. The acceptance rate for the Class of 2019 was 25%.Visit Site

Hartwick College: Hartwick College was founded in 1797 by John Christopher Hartwick. There are currently 1,650 students enrolled at the college. The current President is Dr. Margaret L. Drugovich. The College mascot is Swoop, this is because the sports team are known as the Hawks. The acceptance rate is 77%.Visit Site

Hilbert College: Hilbert College was founded in 1957 by Mother Collette Hilbert. There are currently 1,089 students enrolled at the College. Cynthia Zane is the current President. The College mascot is Hawk. The acceptance rate is 69%.Visit Site

Hobart and William Smith Colleges: Hobert and William Smith Colleges were founded seperately in 1822 and 1908 respectively. The President is Mark Gearan and the College has an acceptance rate of 56.8%. The college has over 2000 students enrolled. The mascot is Bart, the Statesman.Visit Site

Hofstra University: Hofstra University was founded in 1935 and takes its name from William S. Hofstra. The President is Stuart Rabinowitz. The University has an acceptance rate of 61.6% and has over 10,000 students enrolled (6,000 undergraduate, 4,000 postgraduate). The University has two mascots called Kate Pride and Willie Pride.Visit Site

Houghton College: Houghton College was founded in 1883 by Willard J. Houghton. The current President is Shirley A. Mullen. The College acceptance rate is 72%. It has just over 900 students enrolled. The College mascot is the Highlander Lion.Visit Site

Iona College: Ioana College was founded in 1940 by the Congregation of Christian Brothers. The current President is Joseph E. Nyre. The College acceptance rate is 72%. It has over 4000 students enrolled. The mascot is called Killian.Visit Site

Ithaca College: Ithaca College was founded in 1892 by William Egbert. The current President is Dr. Thomos Rochon. The College acceptance rate is 67% . It has over 6000 students currently enrolled. The College does not have a mascot but are known as the Bombers.Visit Site

Juilliard School: The Juilliard School was founded in 1905. In his will Augustus D. Juilliard left a large amount of money for the advancement of music in the United States. It was with his money the school was formed. The current President is Joseph W. Polisi. The School has just over 1,000 students enrolled. The acceptance rate is 6.7%. The School has an unoffical mascot, the Penguin.Visit Site

Keuka College: Keuka College was founded in 1890 and takes its name from the Kueka lake nearby. The current President is Jorge L. Díaz-Herrera. The College has nearly 2,000 students enrolled. It has an acceptance rate is 76%. The mascot is Kacey the Wolf.Visit Site

King’s College: King’s College London was founded in 1829 by three men: George IV, Arthur Wellesley and 1st Duke of Wellington. The current President is Ed Byrne. The College has nearly 30,000 students enrolled. It has an acceptance rate of 13%.Visit Site

Le Moyne College: Le Moyne College was founded in 1946 by the Society of Jesus and named after Simon LeMoyne. The current President is Linda M. LeMura. The College has over 3000 students enrolled and an acceptance rate of 62%. The Mascot is the Dolphin.Visit Site

LIM College: LIM College was founded in 1939 by Maxwell F. Marcuse. The current President is Elizabeth S. Marcuse, Maxwell’s granddaughter. The College has 1700 students enrolled and an acceptance rate of 73%.Visit Site

Lincoln Technical Institute in Brooklyn: The Lincoln Technical Institute in Brooklyn was founded in 1946 by J. Warren Davies. The current President is Scott M. Shaw. Lincoln Tech has 14 campuses in 11 states in the United StatesTHERE IS NO CAMPUS IN BROOKLYN).Visit Site

Lincoln Technical Institute in Queens: The Lincoln Technical Institute in Queens was founded in 1946 by J. Warren Davies. The current President is Scott M. Shaw. Lincoln Tech has 14 campuses in 11 states in the United States. The program offered in Queens is Automotive Technology.Visit Site

Long Island University: Long Island University was founded in 1926. The current President is Dr. Kimberly R. Cline. The University has over 18,000 students enrolled and an acceptance rate of 81%. The University mascot is called Blackbird.Visit Site

Manhattan College: Manhattan College was founded in 1853 by the Brothers of Christian Schools. The current President is Brendan O’Donnell. The College has over 3,000 students enrolled. It has an acceptance rate 68%. The College mascot is called Jasper.Visit Site

Manhattan School of Music: The Manhattan School of Music was founded in 1917 by Janet D. Schenck. The current President is James Gandre. The School has over 900 students enrolled and the School has an acceptance rate of 45%.Visit Site

Manhattanville College: Manhattanville College was founded in 1841 by the Society of the Sacred Heart. The current President is Dr. John Calvert Strauss. The College has over 25000 students enrolled. It has an acceptance rate of 60%. The College mascot is called Valient.Visit Site

Marist College: Marist College was founded in 1929 by the Marist Brothers. The current President is Dennis J. Murray. The College has over 5,000 students enrolled. It has an acceptance rate of 34%. The College mascot is the Red Fox.Visit Site

Marymount Manhattan College: Marymount Manhattan College was founded in 1936 by the Religious of the Sacred Heart of Mary. The current President is Kerry Walk. The College has 1,640 students enrolled and an acceptance rate of 79%. The Collge mascot is called Griffin.Visit Site

Medaille College: Medialle College was founded in 1937 but its history goes back to 1875 where the Sisters of Saint Joseph set up a school to train teachers. The current President is Dr. Kenneth M. Macur. The College has 2,759 students enrolled. It has an acceptance rate of 68%.Visit Site

Mercy College: Mercy College was founded in 1950 by the Sisters of Mercy. The current President is Timothy L. Hall. The College has over 9,000 students enrolled and an acceptance rate of 60%. The College mascots are the Mercy Mavericks.Visit Site

Metropolitan College of New York: The Metropoliton College of New York was founded in 1964 by Audrey Cohen. The current President is Vinton Thompson. The College currently has over 1,000 students enrolled. It has an acceptance rate of 46%.Visit Site

Molloy College: Molloy College was founded in 1955. The current President is Drew Bogner. The College has over 4,500 students currently enrolled. It has an acceptance rate of 63.4%. The college mascot is called The Lion.Visit Site

Monroe College: Monroe College is a for-profit college that was founded in 1933 by Mildred King. It enrolls nearly 7,000 students and the acceptance rate is 61%. The current president is Stephen J. Jerome and the mascot is Lady MAC the Mustang.Visit Site

Mount Saint Mary College: Mount Saint Mary College is a private Roman Catholic liberal arts school that was established in 1960 by five Dominican Sisters. The current president is Dr. Anne Carson Daly. Mount Saint Mary enrolls approximately 2,800 students and has an acceptance rate of 81%. The school’s mascot is the Knight.Visit Site

Nazareth College: Nazareth College is a private college that was founded in 1924 by five Sisters of St. Joseph. Nazareth’s acceptance rate is 70% and it currently enrolls about 3,300 students. The school’s mascot is the Golden Flyer.Visit Site

New School: New School is a private university that was founded in 1919 by a group of New York professors with a progressive orientation. The school enrolls over 10,000 bachelor’s, master’s and PhD students and has an admission rate of 66.6%. The mascot is Gnarls the Narwhal.Visit Site

New York Chiropractic College: New York Chiropractic College was founded in 1919 by Dr. Frank Dean as one of the nation’s first chiropractic colleges. It currently has an enrollment of nearly 900 students. The president is Frank J. Nicchi.Visit Site

New York Institute of Technology: New York Institute of Technology is a research university that was founded in 1910 and currently has an enrollment of over 9,000 students. The admission rate is 69%. NYIT’s current president is Edward Guiliano and the mascot is the Bear.Visit Site

New York Film Academy: New York Film Academy was founded in 1992 by Jerry Sherlock, a producer. NYFA’s current president is Michael J. Young and it enrolls approximately 7,000 students each year.Visit Site

New York University School of Law: New York University School of Law was founded in 1835. It is considered one of the top US law schools and is one of the most selective ones with an admission rate of about 33%. NYU Law enrolls approximately 1,700 students and the current dean is Trevor Morrison.Visit Site

New York University School of Medicine: New York University School of Medicine was established in 1841. It is one of the best medical schools in the nation and currently enrolls about 1,000 MD, PhD and MD students. It is highly selective with an admission rate of about 2%. The current Dean is Robert I. Grossman.Visit Site

New York University Polytechnic School of Engineering: New York University Polytechnic School of Engineering is one of the oldest engineering schools in the country and was established in 1854. It has an acceptance rate of about 75% and enrolls a total of nearly 5,300 students. The current Dean is Katepalli R. Sreenivasan.Visit Site

Niagara University: Niagara University is a Roman Catholic university that was founded in 1856. The current President is Rev. James J. Maher and approximately 4,200 students attend Niagara. The mascot is Monte the Eagle and the acceptance rate is 76%.Visit Site

Nyack College: Nyack College is liberal arts college that is affiliated with the Christian and Missionary Alliance. It was founded in 1882 by Dr. A.B. Simpson, a protestant preacher. Currently, the school enrolls about 3,000 students and the president is Michael G. Scales. The mascot is the Warrior.Visit Site

Pace University: Pace University was established in 1906 by two brothers, Homer St. Clair Pace and Charles Ashford Pace. Over 12,500 students currently attend Pace and the admission rate is 69%. The mascot is T-Bone the Setter.Visit Site

Paul Smith’s College: Paul Smith’s College is a private college that was established in 1946. It offers a range of two- and four-year degrees enrolling about 1,000 students. The mascot is the Bobcat and the current president is Cathy S. Dove.Visit Site

Pratt Institute: Pratt Institute was founded in 1887 by Charles Pratt, an oil tycoon. About 3,000 undergraduate and 1,600 postgraduate students currently attend Pratt. The acceptance rate is 63.4% and the mascot is the Cannoneer.Visit Site

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute: Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute is a research university that was founded in 1824 by Stephen van Rensselaer. Over 5,500 and 1,200 students are currently enrolled at RPI and the school has a selective admission rate of 38%. The president is Shirley Ann Jackson.Visit Site

Roberts Wesleyan College: Roberts Wesleyan College was established in 1866 by Benjamin Titus Roberts, a progressive Methodist bishop. The current president is Dr. Deana L. Porterfield. 1,700 students attend Roberts Wesleyan and the acceptance rate is 51%. The mascot is Reggie the Redhawk.Visit Site

Rochester Institute of Technology: Rochester Institute of Technology was founded in 1829 by Col. Nathaniel Rochester. It is currently a private doctoral university and it enrolls over 18,500 students. The acceptance rate is 57% and the school’s mascot is RITchie the Tiger. RIT’s current president is William W. Destler.Visit Site

Russell Sage College: Russell Sage College was founded in 1916 by Margaret Olivia Slocum Sage, a suffragette. The school is a women’s college currently enrolling approximately 900 students. The admission rate is 62% and the mascot is the Gator.Visit Site

Sarah Lawrence College: Sarah Lawrence College was established in 1926 by William Van Duzer Lawrence. Karen R. Lawrence is the current president and the school has an enrollment of approximately 1,400 undergraduates. The admission rate is 53.1% and the school mascot is Godric the Gryphon.Visit Site

Siena College: Siena College is a Roman Catholic college that was established in 1937. The current president is Edward Coughlin. Approximately 3,300 students attend Siena and the admission rate is 48%. The school mascot is Bernie the Saint Bernard.Visit Site

Skidmore College: Skidmore College is a liberal arts school that was established in 1903 by Lucy Ann Skidmore. It currently enrolls about 2,700 students. Philip A. Glotzbach is the current president and the school’s admission rate is 37%. The school mascot is the Thoroughbred.Visit Site

St. Bonaventure University: St. Bonaventure University is a Franciscan university that was established in 1858 by Nicholas Devereux. Over 2,000 students attend St. Bonaventure and the acceptance rate is 70%. The current president is Sister Margaret Carney and the school mascot is the Bona Wolf.Visit Site

St. Francis College: St. Francis College was founded in 1858 by John McMahon and Vincent Hayes, two Roman Catholic priests from Ireland. The school currently enrolls over 2,700 students and the current president is Brendan J. Dugan. The admission rate is 70%. The mascot is Rocky the Terrier.Visit Site

St. John Fisher College: St. John Fisher College was founded in 1948 by James E. Kearney and the Basilian Fathers, a Roman Catholic community of priests. The school enrolls about 2,700 undergraduates and about 1,000 graduate students and its acceptance rate is 66%. Dr. Gerard Rooney is the current president and the mascot is the Cardinal.Visit Site

St. John’s University: St. John’s University was established in 1868. Conrado “Bobby” Gempesaw, Ph.D. is the current president. It has over 20,000 students enrolled in fall 2015. Johnny Thunderbird is the university mascot.Visit Site

St. Joseph’s College: St. Joseph’s College was founded in 1916 by the Sisters of St. Joseph of Brentwood. Jack P. Calareso, Ph.D. is the current president. It has nearly 5,000 student enrollments in fall 2014.Visit Site

St. Lawrence University: St. Lawrence University was founded by leaders of the Universalist Church in 1856. William L. Fox is the current president of the university. Total student enrollment in fall 2015 is 2,528. Mascot for the university is Saints.Visit Site

St. Thomas Aquinas College: St. Thomas Aquinas College was established in 1952. Dr. Michael F. McLean is the current university president. It has 2,800 students enrolled. Mascot of the university is Spartans.Visit Site

Syracuse University: Syracuse University was established in 1870 at Syracuse, New York. Current university chancellor is Kent Syverud. It has 21,789 student enrollment in fall 2015. Otto the Orange is the mascot for the university.Visit Site

The Sage Colleges: The Sage Colleges was started in 1916 by Margaret Olivia Slocum Sage. Dr. Susan Scrimshaw is the current college president. It has 2,885 students enrolled in fall 2014.Visit Site

University of Rochester: University of Rochester opened its doors in 1850 as a Baptist-sponsored institution. It is led by current president Joel Seligman. It has 5,325 undergraduate students today. Rocky the Yellowjacket is the university mascot.Visit Site

Union College: Union College was founded in 1795 located at Schenectady, New York. Stephen C. Ainlay, Ph.D.is todays school president. It has 2,242 student enrollment in 2014 with 41.1% acceptance rate. Dutch is the school mascot.Visit Site

Utica College: Utica College started in 1946 and is now led by Todd S. Hutton “the president”. It currently serving 3,084 undergraduate students. Trax is the mascot of university.Visit Site

Vassar College: Vassar College was founded in 1961 as a women’s college. Catharine Bond Hill is the current university president. Student enrollment count in 2015 is 7567. Mascot for the university is The Brewer.Visit Site

Vaughn College of Aeronautics and Technology: Vaughn College of Aeronautics and Technology was established in 1932. Current university president is Sharon B. DeVivo, Ed.D. It has 1,635 enrolled students in fall 2014.Visit Site

Villa Maria College: Villa Maria College was founded in 1960. Sister Marcella Marie Garus is the current president of the university. It has 457 enrolled students in 2011 with 70% acceptance rate.Visit Site

Wagner College: Wagner College opened its doors in 1883 as a national liberal arts college in New York. Dr. Richard Guarasci is today’s university president. It has over 2,000 enrolled students now. Seahawk is the university mascot.Visit Site

Wells College: Wells College was founded in 1868 by Henry Wells. Dr. Jonathan C. Gibralter is the current president of university. It is serving 600 full time students. Cleo and Oddwina are the college mascots.Visit Site

Yeshiva University: Yeshiva University is a research university established in 1886. Richard M. Joel is led the school as the current president. It has over 6,000 students enrolled. Maccabees is the university mascot.Visit Site

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