College Senior 2013-10-06T14:21:12Z
The UWS is a great part of the city. The best if you ask me. There are lots of food spots, speckled with great little local coffee places. Loads of diversity with smaller crowds.
College Senior 2013-10-06T14:19:01Z
Restaurants are probably hat NYC has the most of.
College Senior 2013-09-13T14:55:35Z
There is none. All graduate students need to find there own accommodations here in NYC.
College Senior 2013-09-13T14:54:33Z
I do enjoy the program. Being an international student, I feel that there needs to be an emphasis on health care programs in other countries and how that would potentially effect the role of child life.
College Senior 2013-09-13T14:50:29Z
Curriculum in the Child Life program is specialized and rich. Class size is small which allows for deeper learning and experiencing of topics and activities. All professors are CCLS's and are very proficient in their field.
College Senior 2013-09-13T14:45:20Z
Health & Safety:
Very safe. Entry only with valid ID. Security Guard on site at all times.
Recent Alumnus 2013-05-03T21:42:07Z
Bank Street is on the Upper West SIde of Manhattan. It is in close proximity to Columbia University, so the immediate area has many students. There are many restaurants in this neighborhood, all cuisines, all price ranges. Riverside Park is one block away, a beautiful park on the Hudson RIver. Being in NYC, there are numerous cultural events, diverse neighborhoods, always s something to do.
Recent Alumnus 2013-05-03T21:34:32Z
Bank Street consists of one building, no campus. I have not seen anyone who appears to be under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
College Senior 2013-01-04T21:13:18Z
This is a graduate school of education, but there are many niches available. I chose this school, for example, for the program in museum education.
College Senior 2013-01-04T21:11:33Z
There is a computer lab filled with Macs, as well as a library with many computers. The staff is friendly and knowlegable. Printing costs are fair. Wi-fi throughout!
College Senior 2013-01-04T21:10:17Z
Bank Street is located in Morningside Heights, on the West side of Manhattan, between the Upper West Side and Harlem. This neighborhood also has Columbia University, and Barnard College, so there are many young people around, plenty of coffee shops, and bookstores. It's a calmer taste of city life, with many families living nearby, as well as students. It's not nearly as hectic as anywhere midtown or in other tourist-filled locations. However, you may find clusters of tourists in front of Tom's Diner, snapping pictures of the famous exterior used in Seinfeld!
College Senior 2013-01-04T21:06:45Z
Plenty of options, even for VEGANS! They even serve Stumptown Coffee!
College Senior 2012-09-04T00:34:21Z
Its Just One Building – There are not a lot of student groups or events, other than lectures.
College Senior 2012-09-04T00:33:37Z
The summers are hot and humid. Winters are not too bad.
College Senior 2012-09-04T00:32:38Z
Upper West Side – Its a pricey neighborhood. Finding something close to campus in a student budget is hard.
But most people commute from all over the city
College Senior 2012-09-04T00:29:52Z
It's Grad School – You're expected to take care of your self. The One strict rule they have is that if you miss more than 2 sessions of a class you are in danger of failing.
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