Maritime College
Maritime College

SUNY Maritime College

Maritime College

6 Pennyfield Avenue
Throggs Neck, NY 10465
(718) 409-7200
www.sunymaritime.edu

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Throggs Neck Peninsula
Location

55 Acres
Campus Size

1,641
Undergraduates

15:1
Student to Faculty Ratio

5 ABET-Accredited
Engineering Programs

565 Feet
Length of the College's Training Ship

 

Founded in 1874, Maritime College has attracted broad recognition as a national leader in higher education.

The oldest and largest maritime school in the country, Maritime College is located in historic Fort Schuyler, Bronx, New York, just minutes away from New York City.

Maritime offers undergraduate programs in engineering, naval architecture, marine transportation, maritime studies, marine environmental science and international transportation and trade. The engineering programs are ABET accredited.

Maritime students may pursue a U.S. Coast Guard License. These students participate in Maritime's structured Regiment of Cadets, as well as summer sea terms aboard the Empire State VI training ship. There is no military obligation for Maritime graduates unless they choose to participate in one of four ROTC programs.

Graduates enjoy a more than 90% career placement rate and earn some of the nation's highest average starting salaries.

 

Athletics

Privateer Pete
Mascot

Maritime College Privateers

13
NCAA Division III Teams

Freshman Profile

Middle 50% of 2017 Freshmen in 4-Year Programs
HS GPA:
86 – 92
SAT (ERW+M):
1170 – 1220
ACT:
22 - 26
States in Which Residents Pay the In-Region Tuition
15

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