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John Jay College of Criminal Justice New York, NY C O L L E G E P R O F I L E - O V E R V I E W City College of New York's John Jay College of Criminal Justice is a public institution of liberal arts and
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John Jay College of Criminal Justice New York, NY C O L L E G E P R O F I L E - O V E R V I E W City College of New York's John Jay College of Criminal Justice is a public institution of liberal arts and criminal justice. Founded in 1964, it grew out of a program of higher education for New York City police officers. The school seeks to inspire students to the highest ideals of citizenship and public service and serves society by developing graduates who have the intellectual acuity, moral commitment and professional competence to confront the challenges of crime, justice and public safety in a free society. Its campus is located in the Lincoln Center area of Manhattan. Web Site Institution Type Public Coeducational Yes Undergraduate Students 13,215 Women 7,431 (56.2%) Men 5,784 (43.8%) Graduate Students 1,793 ADMISSION Entrance Difficulty Overall Admission Rate Early Action Offered Early Decision Offered Regular Admission Deadline Moderately difficult 53% of 14,297 applicants were admitted No No May 31 Qualifications of Enrolled Freshmen Average GPA 2.79 SAT Math SAT Critical Reading SAT Writing ACT Composite 482 average range of middle 50% 461 average range of middle 50% Selection of Students Factor Very Important Important Considered Not Considered Academic GPA X Standardized Tests X Essay X Extracurricular Activities X MONEY MATTERS Cost of Attendance Not available Tuition and Fees In-state: $6,359 Out-of-state: $16,379 Room and Board Average Percent of Need Met 85% Average Freshman Award $9,445 Average Indebtedness of 2011 Graduates $11,246 C O L L E G E P R O F I L E - O V E R V I E W - 2 ACADEMICS Academic Calendar System General Education/Core Curriculum Full-Time Faculty Teaching Undergraduates Regular Class Size Semester Required 2-9 students: 6% of classes students: 24% of classes students: 34% of classes students: 35% of classes students: 0% of classes students: 0% of classes Over 100 students: 0% of classes CAMPUS LIFE New York Population 8,244,910 Nearest Metropolitan Area Freshman Housing Guarantee Students in College Housing Athletic Conferences Mascot Sororities Fraternities New York City NCAA Division III Bloodhound STUDENTS Ethnicity of Students from U.S. International Students First-Year Students Returning 78.0% Students Graduating Within 4 Years 25.3% Graduates Offered Full-Time Employment Within 6 Months 76% Graduates Pursuing Advanced Study Directly 0.3% American Indian/Alaskan Native 12.4% Asian 21.2% Black/African-American 40.9% Hispanic/Latino 0.0% Multi-race (not Hispanic/Latino) 0.0% Native Hawaiian/ Pacific Islander 25.2% White 0.0% Unknown 2.6% from 65 countries C O L L E G E P R O F I L E - A D M I S S I O N FRESHMAN ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS Entrance Difficulty Moderately Difficult: More than 75% of freshmen were in the top 50% of their high school class and scored over 1010 on the SAT I or over 18 on the ACT; about 85% or fewer of all applicants accepted. High School Preparation High School Graduation High School Program High school diploma required and GED is accepted College preparatory program is required High School Units Required or Recommended Subject Required Units Recommended Units English 4 Mathematics 3 4 Science Foreign Language 2 3 Social Studies 2 4 History Academic Electives Examinations Exam Scores Due in Admissions Office SAT or ACT Required February 1 SAT Only ACT Only SAT and SAT Subject Tests, or ACT SAT Subject Tests Only ACT Writing Test Policy Use of SAT/ACT Essay Writing component required SAT: Used for admission ACT: Used for placement APPLYING FOR ADMISSION Admissions Office Address 899 Tenth Avenue City, State, Zip New York, NY Phone (212) Fax Early Admission Early Decision Offered Early Decision Deadline Early Decision Notification Early Action Offered Early Action Deadline Early Action Notification No No Application Dates and Fees Regular Admission Deadline May 31 Application Fee $65 Application Fee Waiver Regular Admission Notification Accept Offer of Admission Waiting List Used Defer Admission Transfer Admission Not available Rolling, notification begins January 15 No set date No Student can defer admission Transfer applications accepted C O L L E G E P R O F I L E - A D M I S S I O N - 2 APPLYING FOR ADMISSION - continued Application Form Other Application Requirements Common Application Not accepted Interview Not required Universal College Application Not accepted Essay or Personal Statement Electronic Application Not available Letters of Recommendation Other High school diploma and minimum SAT score of 1100 required for freshmen Financial Need Financial need is not a consideration in the admissions process SELECTION OF STUDENTS Factor Very Important Important Considered Not Considered Rigor of Secondary School Record X Academic GPA X Standardized Tests X Class Rank X Recommendations X Essay X Interview X Level of Applicant's Interest X Extracurricular Activities X Volunteer Work X Particular Talent/Ability X Character/Personal Qualities X First Generation to Attend College X State Residency X Geographic Residence X Relation with Alumnus X Religious Affiliation/ Commitment X Ethnicity X Work Experience X C O L L E G E P R O F I L E - A D M I S S I O N - 3 PROFILE OF FALL ADMISSION Admission Rates Overall Admission Rate Women Men Students Enrolled Women Men Early Decision Admission Rate Early Action Admission Rate Students Offered Wait List Students Accepting Wait List Position Students Admitted From Wait List SAT Scores of Enrolled Freshmen 53% of 14,297 applicants were admitted 56% of 7,373 applicants were admitted 49% of 6,924 applicants were admitted 3,160 (42%) of 7,515 admitted students enrolled 1,697 (41%) of 4,136 admitted students enrolled 1,463 (43%) of 3,379 admitted students enrolled Grade Point Average of Enrolled Freshmen (4.0 scale) SAT Math Score of % Score of % Score of % Score of % Score of % Score of % SAT Critical Reading Score of Score of Score of Score of Score of Score of SAT Writing Score of Score of Score of Score of Score of Score of average range of middle 50% 461 average range of middle 50% Average GPA and Above ACT Scores of Enrolled Freshmen ACT Composite Score of Score of Score of Score of Score of 6-11 Score of 5 or Below Other Qualifications of Enrolled Freshmen High School Class Rank National Merit Scholar Valedictorian Class President Student Gov. Officer C O L L E G E P R O F I L E - M O N E Y M A T T E R S TUITION AND EXPENSES Cost of Attendance Not available Tuition and Fees In-state: $6,359 Out-of-state: $16,379 Room and Board Books and Supplies $1,304 Other Expenses $1,020 Payment Plans Credit card, installment plan, deferred payment APPLYING FOR FINANCIAL AID Financial Aid Office Web Site Net Price Calculator URL Financial Aid Web Site Application Process Application Deadline Priority deadline April 30 Award Notification Method for Awarding Institutional Aid On a rolling basis beginning April 1 Federal Methodology Forms Required FAFSA Code is State Aid Form Cost to File Free PROFILE OF FINANCIAL AID Freshmen Financial Aid Applicants Found to Have Need Received Financial Aid Need Fully Met Avg. Pct. of Need Met 85% 2,856 (88.7%) of freshmen 2,589 (90.7%) of applicants 2,274 (87.8%) of applicants with financial need Average Award $9,445 Need-Based Gift Need-Based Self-Help Merit-Based Gift Merit-Based Gift Received by 1,959 (86.1%) of aid recipients, average amount $2,954 Received by 1,825 (80.3%) of aid recipients, average amount $1,962 Received by 212 (9.3%) of aid recipients All Undergraduates Financial Aid Applicants Found to Have Need Received Financial Aid Need Fully Met Avg. Pct. of Need Met 85% 9,180 (88.7%) of undergraduates 7,812 (75.5%) of applicants 7,052 (90.3%) of applicants with financial need Average Award $9,445 Need-Based Gift Need-Based Self-Help Merit-Based Gift Merit-Based Gift Received by 6,949 (98.5%) of aid recipients, average amount $2,954 Received by 1,798 (25.5%) of aid recipients, average amount $1,962 Received by 202 (2.9%) of aid recipients C O L L E G E P R O F I L E - M O N E Y M A T T E R S - 2 PROFILE OF FINANCIAL AID - continued Borrowing 2013 Graduates Who Took Out Loans 20% Average Indebtedness of 2013 Graduates $11,246 Parents Borrowing PLUS Loans Parents of Students Receiving Aid Parents of Students Not Receiving Aid FINANCIAL AID PROGRAMS Loans Federal Loans State Loans Other Loans Direct subsidized Stafford loans, direct unsubsidized Stafford loans, direct PLUS loans, Federal Perkins loans Scholarships and Grants Need-Based Available Non-Need-Based Available Federal Pell grants, SEOG, State scholarships, Institutional scholarships Academic scholarships, Minority scholarships, State scholarships, Leadership scholarships Non-Need Awards Academic Interest/ Achievement Award Areas Number of Awards Top Areas (By Money Awarded) Creative Arts/ Performance Award Areas Number of Awards Top Areas (By Money Awarded) Special Achievements/ Activities Award Areas Number of Awards Top Areas (By Money Awarded) Special Characteristics Award Areas Number of Awards Top Areas (By Money Awarded) C O L L E G E P R O F I L E - M O N E Y M A T T E R S - 3 FINANCIAL AID PROGRAMS - continued Employment Work-Study Programs Average Earnings from On-Campus Employment Federal work study available, other work study available C O L L E G E P R O F I L E - A C A D E M I C S Academic Calendar System Summer Session Semester Offered General Catalog/Bulletin UNDERGRADUATE EDUCATION Undergraduate Majors Computer and Information Sciences and Support Services, Other Computer and Information Sciences, General Criminal Justice/Law Enforcement Administration Criminology Economics, General English Language and Literature, General Fire Science/Fire-fighting Fire Services Administration Forensic Psychology Forensic Science and Technology Legal Studies, General Political Science and Government, General Public Administration Social Sciences, Other C O L L E G E P R O F I L E - A C A D E M I C S - 2 UNDERGRADUATE EDUCATION - continued Most Popular Disciplines Combined Liberal Arts/Professional Degree Programs Special Programs Study Abroad Online Degrees Homeland security, law enforcement, firefighting, and protective services, Psychology, Social sciences Public management, law enforcement Honors program, Independent study, Student-designed major, Cooperative education program, Internships Offered Some online degree programs CURRICULUM AND GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS General Education/Core Curriculum Computer Foreign Language Math/Science Required Not required Required Required for all students ADVANCED PLACEMENT International Baccalaureate Advanced Placement (AP) Examinations Sophomore Standing Accepted for placement and credit Available through AP examinations C O L L E G E P R O F I L E - A C A D E M I C S - 3 FACULTY AND INSTRUCTION Full-Time Faculty Part-Time Faculty Full-Time Faculty with Ph.D./Terminal Degree Regular Class Size Discussion Section/Lab Class Size 2-9 students: 6% of classes students: 24% of classes students: 34% of classes students: 35% of classes students: 0% of classes students: 0% of classes Over 100 students: 0% of classes ACADEMIC RESOURCES Libraries Library Available on Campus Yes Holdings 336,800 Computing Computer Ownership Students not required to own/lease a computer Computers Available on Campus 1900 Internet/ Access ACADEMIC SUPPORT SERVICES Remedial Instruction Tutoring Services for Learning Disabled Students Services for Physically Disabled Students Offered Available Available Hearing impaired services, speech disorders services, visually impaired services, wheelchair access C O L L E G E P R O F I L E - A C A D E M I C S - 4 GRADUATE/PROFESSIONAL SCHOOL EDUCATION Master's Degrees Offered Master of Science, Master of Arts, Master of Public Administration Master's Programs of Study Criminal Justice and Criminology Forensic Psychology Forensic Sciences Legal and Justice Studies Organizational Behavior Public Administration Public Policy C O L L E G E P R O F I L E - A C A D E M I C S - 5 GRADUATE/PROFESSIONAL SCHOOL EDUCATION - continued Doctoral Degrees Offered Doctor of Philosophy Doctoral Programs of Study Criminal Justice and Criminology Forensic Psychology Forensic Sciences Legal and Justice Studies Organizational Behavior Public Policy C O L L E G E P R O F I L E - C A M P U S L I F E LOCATION AND SETTING New York Population 8,244,910 Getting Around Nearest Metropolitan Area Environment New York City Very large city Campus Map Nearest Airport 3 mile(s) from campus in New York City Campus Size Nearest Bus Station New York City Weather Nearest Train Station New York City Temperature 24.9 average low in January, 78.9 average high in September Rain 119 rainy days per year HOUSING College Housing College does not provide housing for students Types of Housing Students in College Housing Housing Requirements Freshman Housing Guarantee Students Living Off Campus/Commuting 100% Off-Campus Housing Assistance Assistance in locating off-campus housing is available SECURITY 24-Hour Emergency Phone/Alarm Devices 24-Hour Security Patrols Late-Night Transport/Escort Services Electronically Operated Housing Entrances Available Available Not available Not available PERSONAL SUPPORT SERVICES Health Service Personal Counseling Child Care Offered Offered Offered C O L L E G E P R O F I L E - C A M P U S L I F E - 2 SPORTS AND RECREATION Intercollegiate Athletics Athletic Conferences Mascot School Colors NCAA Division III Bloodhound Blue and gold Intercollegiate Sports Offered WOMEN MEN Sport Offered Scholarships Given Offered Scholarships Given Baseball x Basketball x x Cross-Country Running x x Soccer x x Softball x Swimming And Diving x Tennis x x Volleyball x C O L L E G E P R O F I L E - C A M P U S L I F E - 3 SPORTS AND RECREATION - continued Club Sports Women's Club Sports Men's Club Sports Recreational Sports Intramural Sports baseball, basketball, cross-country running, riflery, soccer, softball, swimming and diving, tennis, track and field, volleyball, weight lifting STUDENT ACTIVITIES Activities and Organizations Sororities Fraternities ROTC choral groups, dance, drama theatre, music theatre, radio station, student government, student newspaper, yearbook C O L L E G E P R O F I L E - S T U D E N T S STUDENT BODY Coeducational All Undergraduates 13,215 Women 7,431 (56.2%) Men 5,784 (43.8%) Full-Time Undergraduates 10,372 Ethnicity of Students from U.S. International Students Average Age 23 All Graduate Students 1,793 Yes 0.3% American Indian/Alaskan Native 12.4% Asian 21.2% Black/African-American 40.9% Hispanic/Latino 0.0% Multi-race (not Hispanic/Latino) 0.0% Native Hawaiian/ Pacific Islander 25.2% White 0.0% Unknown 2.6% from 65 countries UNDERGRADUATE RETENTION AND GRADUATION First-Year Students Returning 78.0% Students Graduating Within 4 Years 25.3% Students Graduating Within 5 Years 38.5% Students Graduating Within 6 Years 43.0% AFTER GRADUATION Graduates Offered Full-Time Employment Within 6 Months 76% Average Starting Salary Graduates Pursuing Advanced Study Directly Disciplines Pursued COLLEGEdata is a free service of 1st Financial Bank USA COLLEGEdata is a member of the National Association for College Admission Counseling and subscribes to the Statement of Principles of Good Practice. 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