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Immediate Decision Day, Friday, August 26. Starting August 24th Bronx location is moving to 463 East 149th Street just two blocks from our current location, close to the 2, 5 trains and the BX2, BX4, BX4A, BX15, BX17, BX19 and BX21 buses.
Immediate Decision Day, Monday, August 29. Starting August 24th Bronx location is moving to 463 East 149th Street just two blocks from our current location, close to the 2, 5 trains and the BX2, BX4, BX4A, BX15, BX17, BX19 and BX21 buses.
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MCNY's Admissions Blog
July 21, 2009
by Ed Gillen
If you’re considering attending MCNY, you might find the perceptions of real MCNY students and alumni to be of interest in your college selection process. MCNY routinely surveys recent graduates to gauge their opinion of the education provided. The results below, from the 2007-08 graduating class, clearly show that the vast majority (86%) are satisfied with the College.
A very high level of MCNY graduates (80%) said they would recommend the degree program they just completed to a friend considering college. Common reasons to encourage other students to attend MCNY include:
MCNY is committed to enhancing the educational experience of all of its students. Student feedback from the Annual Graduation Survey, and other outcome assessments, are used by academic planners and administrators to make improvements to programs and services.
MCNY Graduates are Promoted and Earn More
Some of the reasons for this strong willingness to recommend MCNY may stem from the results produced in the employment area. 78% of recent graduates report they are working in full-time positions and 8% are working in part-time jobs. Others are pursuing additional education. MCNY graduates are most commonly employed in the following areas:
Nearly three in ten 2007-08 graduates (29%) report being promoted since starting at MCNY. Graduates also report earning more income. On average, undergraduate salaries increased $5,000 and graduate level student pay increased $4,972. Considering the accelerated nature of the programs (2 years eight months for undergraduate and typically one year for graduate) this is a significant accomplishment.
Ed Gillen was the Director of Institutional Research and Assessment at Metropolitan College of New York.
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