City College (NY) vs Fordham

City College (NY) vs Fordham : The City College of New York is a public university in Manhattan’s Hamilton Heights neighborhood. Founded in 1847, it is the oldest of the 24 campuses in the City University of New York school system. Originally a men’s college, it admitted women to its graduate programs in 1930 and became completely coeducational in 1957. Today City College students come from more than 150

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countries and more than 75% of students are minorities. According to data collected in a 2017 economic mobility study led by Harvard economist Raj Chetty, the NY Times ranked City College No. 2 among colleges whose students moved from the bottom 40% of economic distribution to the top 40%. City College has more than 60 undergraduate programs, 40 graduate areas of study and one doctoral degree in engineering. The five-year BS/MD

program and a 28-month physician assistant program, aim to increase minority involvement in the medical profession while helping medically neglected communities. There are more than 125 student clubs and organizations on campus including the American Society for Mechanical Engineers and the robotics club. Among CUNY’s 13 Greek organizations, 11 are