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John Jay College of Criminal Justice, John Jay College of Criminal Justice

Address: 524 W 59th St, New York, NY 10019, United States

Description John Jay College of Criminal Justice, John Jay College of Criminal Justice

  • Location: New York, USA
  • Year of foundation: 1964
  • Language of instruction: English
  • Type of training: mixed.

John Jay College of Criminal Justice is one of the prestigious public institutions in the humanities. The theme of justice is at the heart of every program covering the arts, sciences, and humanities.

The student body is very diverse– more than 130 nationalities are represented among the students: about 45% hispanic, 14% Asian, 19% black and 21% light-skinned students. Among them, about 33% are foreigners. The teaching staff includes about 1,100 specialists of full-time and correspondence departments, many of them are winners of scientific prizes, scholarship holders of presidential grants and honored professors.

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The college does not provide students with accommodation, but can help in finding a room rental or provide rooms at a partner Hotel New Yorker.

Events John Jay College of Criminal Justice, John Jay College of Criminal Justice

Students form several dozen organizations of various subjects:

  • Computer Science Society
  • Forensic anthropology
  • Studgazeta
  • LA Voz – a society that explores the problems of Latinos
  • Law Society
  • Philosophical Club
  • Sports clubs
  • Association of Singers
  • Photography, art and modeling.

Annual events:

  • Air it Out touches on diversity themes displayed in movies and TV shows
  • Semester holidays, such as Hot Dog Day
  • Scholarship and grant award ceremonies
  • Months of History: Latinos Legacy, Women's History Month, etc.
  • Jay-Fit is a wellness program consisting of free fitness classes, including circuit workouts, zumba, cycling, kickboxing
  • LIDS is an off-campus retreat designed for students who want to expand their leadership skills and qualities.

Equipment John Jay College of Criminal Justice, John Jay College of Criminal Justice

John Jay is located in New York City on the west side of Manhattan, near Lincoln Center and Central Park.

College buildings:

  • North Hall
  • New Building
  • BMW
  • WestPort.

Equipment of educationalbuildings:

  • Over 600,000 square feet of state-of-the-art smart classrooms
  • Forensic laboratories
  • Courtroom
  • Conference Centre
  • Training laboratories
  • Gerald Lynch's own theatre is an invaluable cultural resource, featuring popular events including performances by Lincoln Center, Gotham Chamber Opera, metropolitan opera guild and Alvin Ailey Dance Theatre
  • Sports facilities: Doghouse gym, basketball court and 25-yard swimming pool, USTA tennis center, MCU baseball park, etc.
  • The Lloyd Seely Library is one of the best in the field of criminal justice. It stores more than 440,000 unique books, periodicals, digital media.
  • Children's leisure center, where the children of students are during the training sessions of their parents.

All rooms are equipped with Wi-Fi points.

Term dates, timetable and extra fees

  • January-May – spring semester
  • October-December – autumn semester
  • January 4-25 – winter session
  • June 1 for 3.5 or 8 weeks – summer session.

Additional costs include:

  • residence
  • nutrition
  • Medical services
  • Mobile communication and Internet
  • Recreation & Sports
  • transport
  • If there are children – daily payment of the Early Development Center
  • Registration and annual fees (membership in the student organization, fees for textbooks and books, etc.)

Entry requirements, assessment and extra fees, how to apply, what is required to enrol, conditions, entry tests and exams

Admission rules:

  • Certificate of secondary education, sheet of secondary academic performance
  • SAT/ACT/GED results
  • English Language Proficiency CERTIFICATE TOEFL
  • Three letters of recommendation from scientific supervisors of past places of study
  • Motivation letter-resume
  • Online application on the official website of the college.

With satisfactory test results, the admission committee conducts an individual interview with the applicant.

Scholarships John Jay College of Criminal Justice, John Jay College of Criminal Justice

Financial aid options:

  • Emergency grants in case of emergency situations – from 500 to 1 500 $ one-time
  • Children's Center Scholarship – $1,250 for Child Care
  • Food vouchers for low-income or disadvantaged students
  • Academic Achievement Payments
  • Subsidies and loans
  • Excelsior scholarship – full or partial coverage of the cost of training under conditions of good academic performance and material difficulties.

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