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Ralph Said:Is there any academic requirements in New York to get into colleges?
We Answered:There are many colleges in New York and their requirements for admission do vary.
Use the site below, enter the name of a college and then proceed to academic./
Johnnie Said:Does anyone know all the SUNY (State University of New York) colleges that have a football program?
We Answered:Division IA (FBS)
SUNY Buffalo - Division 1 FBS
Division IAA (FCS)
SUNY Stony Brook
Buffalo State College
Outside of those universities, I'm not sure. But all of these colleges within the SUNY system have football programs.
Gerald Said:How do New York colleges compare to the rest of the U.S?
We Answered:Massachusetts has some of the very top colleges in the nation like Harvard, MIT, Tufts, Holy Cross, BC but New York also has its fair share of top colleges like Columbia, NYU, Fordham, Colgate, Hamilton.
It really depends on which school he is moving to and if it is a lateral move or a step up or down which cannot be judged just on the state.
Bob Said:What are some good colleges in New York City?
College of Mount Saint Vincent
Dave Said:New York Colleges that offer complete online classes?
We Answered:You can easily compare info about these schools in this site - careers.scienceontheweb.net
Ray Said:Can foreign students in New York colleges take up part-time paid work?
We Answered:I have never seen so many wrong and misinformed answers for one question before.
Students on an F-1 visa are eligible to work on campus without authorization from USCIS only if they will not be displacing a U.S. citizen seeking employment. You are able to work 20 hours a week during the school year and 33 hours during vacation periods.
For information about available on-campus jobs you should visit your University's website, employment office or speak to the international student adviser.
For the most part, students on F-1 visas are not eligible to work off campus. On rare occasions exceptions to this rule are made if the student can show evidence that unforeseen circumstances have created an economic hardship which require him or her to work and there are no on-campus employment opportunities.
To be eligible for this type of off campus employment you must have been a full-time student for at least one year.If this is the case, you must file for employment authorization. The OIP will provide you with the required forms and will submit the paperwork to USCIS on your behalf.
NOTE - One of the requirements to obtain an F-1 visa is that you must furnish evidence of sufficient funds to cover ALL expenses including tuition, accommodation, books, living expenses, medical insurance etc while in the United States, without the need to take up employment to support or provide additional funds to support/help cover these costs.
Finally, there is no option to "opt for a working visa and study part time".
Another requirement of an F-1 visa in that you must enroll and stay in full-time education, failure to do will result in loss of status and deportation.
Besides, you wouldn't qualify for a H-classification visa anyway.
Shelly Said:New York colleges that offer drama and interior design?
However, if you are interested in theater design, look also at City University of New York: New York City College of Technology in Brooklyn, NY, Fordham [Bronx], and Wagner [Staten Island].
Outside of NYC, they also have that major at: