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From a new Academic Center featuring a state-of-the art HDTV production studio, to our art theater, smart classrooms, computer labs and library, newly renovated science labs, Wi-Fi throughout campus and a new fitness center, St. Francis College has undergone an amazing physical transformation in the past few years.
Nestled in the heart of leafy Brooklyn Heights. St. Francis College is closely connected to its community and serves as a portal to all of New York City. With stunning views of Manhattan from the promenade, a short walk to the ever-growing Brooklyn Bridge Park, and some of Brooklyn's best cultural institutions, shopping and dining just steps from campus.
Off-campus housing is located at 55 Clark Street, about a five minute walk to the College. All single, double and triple rooms are fully furnished with private bathrooms, high-speed internet, TV with DVD player and a refrigerator. Brand new communal kitchens, lounges, a pool table, public computers, Wifi and a state-of the-art fitness center make a great living environment for all.
Brooklyn Heights — Your Extended Campus
The residence hall is located in the heart of Brooklyn Heights. Named as one of America's most beautiful neighborhoods byTravel + Leisure magazine, you can discover a vibrant and safe area that includes shopping and a selection of various restaurants. The Brooklyn Promenade is just a short walk away, where you can take in spectacular views of the Manhattan skyline. If you're looking for more action, Brooklyn Bridge Parkoffers a variety of events including free movies, athletic events, and a walking or running pathway along the piers overlooking the East River. If you like sports and concerts, venues like the Barclays Center, Brooklyn Academy of Music and the Prospect Park Bandshell are just a short train ride away or take the subway one stop to Manhattan to gain all of the social and cultural opportunities while exploring a dynamic city.
Housing rates are based on a nine-month contract from late August through mid-May. The nine-month rates range from $14,000 to $17,200.