United States, New York

The New York City College of Technology (City Tech) is a public college in New York City. Founded in 1946, it is the City University of New York's college of technology. The college offers over 66 bachelor's and associate programs along with non-degree continuing education with multiple scholarships for meritorious students and students from financially weak backgrounds. There are more than 1,000 scholarships, awards, and special program opportunities offered throughout CUNY and its 24 colleges and schools. The College is an active partner in the renaissance of Downtown Brooklyn and, especially, the emerging Brooklyn Tech Triangle, which looks to City Tech for the highly skilled workforce it requires. A strong program of internships and professional preparation serves students well in creating excellent career paths.

Campus Life

City Tech offers a diverse, multicultural learning environment. Students and faculty members come from more than 120 countries and speak more than 80 languages. The Student Services offers a wide range of services, activities, and programs like learning centers, counseling centers technology enhancement centers dental/eye clinics, libraries, public safety forums among others. City Tech students participate in more than 49 student clubs and organizations, reflecting a broad range of academic and social interests. Working closely with student clubs and the Student Government Association, Student Life and Development promotes full participation and access to student events and activities without regard to race, ethnicity, gender, socioeconomic status, age, religion, disability status, gender identity, sexual orientation, or national origin.

Noted Alumni

For the alumni there exists a New York City College of Technology Alumni Association's website. This site is designed to make it easier than ever for alumni to learn more about all of the services available to City Tech's more than 90,000 graduates. Some of the most notable graduates include Eric Adams, Borough President of Brooklyn, Hiroaki Aoki, Olympic wrestler and founder of the Benihana chain of restaurants, Charles Barron, New York City Council member representing the 42nd District of New York City among many others.