City University Of New York, Lehman College
New York, United States | Public
The Lehman College was founded in 1931 as the Hunter College (Bronx campus). In September 1967, the Hunter College became an independent college under the City University of New York. The name was changed to honour the New York Governor, Herbert H. Lehman. The Lehman College is a public co-educational institution with around 90 degree programs, which include both under-graduate and graduate courses.
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The Lehman College has its campus very near to the Jerome Park Reservoir in Bronx, New York. The exact address is at 250 Bedford Park Boulevard West, Bronx, New York.
This college boasts of a 37 acre sprawling campus with a beautiful blend of Gothic and new-age architectural structures. Having served as the training ground for women in the military during World War 2 and also as the head-quarters for the United Nations in 1946, the campus of Lehman College has rich history buried within its walls. The Lehman College Art Gallery and the Lehman Centre of the performing Arts are an integral part of the campus, lending an artistic quality to the historical campus premises.
Lehman College has residential facility in its campus with all modern amenities like Wi-fi, air conditioning etc.
There are around 400 full-time professors and lecturers in the Lehman College. Some of the notable faculty of this college include:
Michael Bacon (winner of an Emmy award)
Jason Behrstock (Sloan fellowship winner)
Billy Collins, Professor of English, United States Poet Laureate 2001–2003
John Corigliano, Professor of Music, Academy Award winner
Serge A. Del Grosso, OBIE award winner
Maxwell L. Gordon, Musician and Composer,
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The placements of the Lehman College are conducted at the end of each educational year. Special tests are taken to judge the students on their abilities and aptitude. Most of the students are well-placed and flourish in their chosen fields.