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New York City is the largest city in America and one of the largest cities in the world! Between classes, outreaches, chapels, sites, parks, food spots, coffee shops, sporting events, concerts, and just plain exploring, there will never be a shortage of things to do.


We trust that you will not only grow tremendously in your relationship with the Lord while you are here, but that you will have a ton of fun doing it!


Q: What airport should I fly into?

A: We will pick you up at arrivals from LaGuardia (LGA) or John F Kennedy (JFK).  Newark International airport is an option as well. Though Newark isn't far in distance, it's in another state. That said, you would have to take the air bus from Newark to Penn Station (in Midtown Manhattan) and make your way from there to the campus.

Q: How do we get from the airport to campus?

A:  We will provide airport pick up for student arrival and do our very best to accommodate drop off for departures from JFK and LGA. 

Q: Is the neighborhood that the campus is located in  safe?

A: Yes. The NYSUM building remains locked 24/7 and students are given a fob key to get in. It's located in a safe residential area of the city.

Q: What is public transportation like?

A:  There are major subway stations a couple blocks from Campus that can have you in Times Square within 15 minutes. There are also tons of restaurants, coffee shops, parks, grocery stores, pharmacies, shopping, etc. within walking distance of campus. You can download one of many great apps that help you get around as well as staff members and locals that will show you the ropes.


Q: What about Food?

A:  There is an allowance given each Sunday to grocery shop. There is space for food storage as well as fridges, microwaves, and toasters in the lounge area for your use as well. There are also restaurants and cafes all around us.

Q: Is there a cost to sit in on classes?

A:  No. As long as it is cleared with the staff you are more than welcome to sit in on classes. You will not get any credit for attending, but will definitely be enriched by the experience.

Q: Can I enroll as a student at CCBC NYC and live off campus?

A: Yes. Your tuition rate will differ from full time - on campus students. (see tuition page)

Q: Can I enroll part time and take a class or two?

A:  Yes. Contact us for pricing information.

Q: Can family & friends visit me?

A: Yes. We can get them a great rate to stay on campus or they can take advantage of amazing hotel rates in the area.

Q: Laundry?

A:  There are cheap coin fed laundry machines on campus.

Q: Do we stay in dorms?

A:  Yes. There are separate Men and Women's dorms on different floors. The dorms are fully furnished, have in room toilets, sinks and include bunk beds.

Q: Aside from the given items (clothes, toiletries, school supplies) what else should we bring?

A: A blanket, pillow, and towel. Anything you forget you can purchase for super cheap at a Target or corner store out here; especially if you'd like to avoid stuffing your suitcase.

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