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The Art Institute of New York City is a small two-year, private for-profit school with 1,480 students enrolled. This college was founded in 1980 and is one of the 83 colleges and schools located in New York City
, New York
The Art Institute of New York City will give you the option to get an associate's degree.
The Art Institute of New York City implements a quarter-based curriculum calendar system and offers 6 majors. The most popular concentrations are Graphic Design and Animation, Fashion, Film and Acting, Interior Design, and Computer Science. Read the details about Majors
offered at this college and see prorgam Ratings
versus other schools.
It is worthwhile to know student retention and graduation rates before you apply to a school to get your diploma or to engage in a long-term study; high retention and graduation rates are usually a good sign. Nevertheless, if you wish to transfer or take non-credit coursework, these metrics are not important.
The student retention rate at The Art Institute of New York City is very low at 46% (way below New York average). Considering this statistic, it seems that students do not seem to enjoy their stay at this school.
Students to Faculty Ratio
16 : 1
The graduation rate at The Art Institute of New York City is low: 34%. Around 6% of the school's undergraduate students transfer to other colleges.
Student to faculty ratio at The Art Institute of New York City is decent - 16:1. Read more information about faculty at this college in the Faculty & Salaries
Tuition and Loans
Tuition and fees per year
Average tuition costs are high, $19,700 a year. The additional fees at The Art Institute of New York City (not included in tuition costs) are nearly $100; which comes to a total of $19,800 annually.
Read the details about The Art Institute of New York City additional charges as well as availability of loans and likelyhood of repaying them upon graduation in the Tuition & Loans
report for this college.
As reported in recent data, 631 applications were submitted and 290 were accepted; so it is pretty hard to get admitted at this school.
The Art Institute of New York City will consider accepting your dual credits, credits for life experience (learned through independent study, noncredit adult courses, work experience, portfolio demonstration, previous licensure or certification, or completion of other learning opportunities), and advanced placement credits (college-level courses taught in high school) earned prior to admission.
The undergraduate application fee at The Art Institute of New York City is $50.00.
To request the most accurate and up-to-date information about admission at The Art Institute of New York City and a program that best suits your goals and budget, call this school's general information office at (212) 226-5500 or check The Art Institute of New York City Website
Opportunities and Services
The Art Institute of New York City offers evening/weekend study opportunity, which is a wonderful option for those who work full-time.
There are options for on-campus part-time employment at The Art Institute of New York City, which allows students to cover some of the tuition expenses. Additionally, this school helps students to evaluate their career options and to find a full-time job upon graduation.
The Art Institute of New York City offers on-campus housing. Dormitory capacity at this college accommodates roughly 200 students, which provides a reasonable on-campus housing option. The room price is very high -- around $14,200 a year.
Based on the college crime information, The Art Institute of New York City appears to be a relatively unsafe school. Read the details in the Campus Crime
report for this college.
The Art Institute of New York City Location and MapsPost Address: The Art Institute of New York City, 11-17 Beach Street, New York City, New York 10013, USA
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