Monday - Thursday: 9 AM - 10 PM
Resources at MCNY
Computer Learning Center
Metropolitan College of New York
431 Canal Street (between Varick and Hudson), New York, NY 10013
Welcome to MCNY
Located at the crossroads of two of Manhattan’s most exciting neighborhoods, Tribeca and Soho, we are in the midst of great restaurants and galleries and there is always plenty to see and do. Plus, we’re easy to get to because so many subways stop within a few blocks.
MCNY is a modern urban campus with great facilities and an exceptionally vibrant atmosphere. We have a diverse student population which includes a significant international component. This main campus includes over thirty classrooms, a Computer Learning Center, a Library, and a Student Lounge.
In addition to all the classes, there is an array of other events and activities taking place throughout the year including - gallery shows at our very own Next Gallery, Career Fairs, Academic Conferences, Urban Dialogue Guest Speaker Series, Graduation Dance and Cruise, and alumni get-togethers. Check out the Today section on our Homepage and Special Events section for more information.
Railroad: Take the Long Island Railroad or New Jersey Transit to Penn Station. Take the New Jersey PATH train to Christopher Street or Chambers Street. Take Metro North trains to Grand Central Terminal and the shuttle train to Times Square. Follow subway directions to Metropolitan College of New York.
By car: The College can be reached from the West Side Highway or the East River Drive by exiting at Canal Street and driving to the corner of Varick Street. Parking is available in private lots. The College is located on floors 1, 11, 12 and 14.
Links to subway and city maps:
Parking at MCNY
Local discount parking rates are available for MCNY students, faculty, and guests at Central Parking System. Please click below for more information or to print web coupon savings.
MCNY (431 Canal Street New York, NY 10013 · 529 Courtlandt Avenue Bronx, New York 10451)
(800) 33 THINK | 212 343 1234
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