Student Life & Services
In the heart of midtown Manhattan, you’ll experience the energy and excitement of urban life. And at LIM College, you’ll also find the supportive environment you need to thrive.
A truly rewarding college experience means a lot more than just going to class and working in the industry. At LIM College, we know that joining student clubs, exploring the city and forming lifelong friendships are just as important as your classroom studies.
That’s why we offer so many ways to get involved and have fun. Whether you live on campus in our fabulous new residence hall or commute from farther away, you’ll find a wide array of clubs, leadership opportunities, service-learning programs and a lot more.
The Ultimate in Urban Campus Living
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Every room also comes with a 26” flat-screen TV. And feel free to throw in some laundry while you work out in the 3,500 square-foot fitness center – the dryer will text you when your clothes are done.
The Upper East Side is filled with world-class museums, upscale restaurants and boutiques. It also offers easy access to the urban oasis of Central Park. Home to some of the most widely-visited cultural institutions in the world including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the National Academy of Design and the Guggenheim and Whitney Museums, the Upper East Side has been the setting for countless movies and television shows, including Breakfast at Tiffany’s, The Devil Wears Prada, and Gossip Girl.
Have you dreamed of producing a professional-level fashion show? Join the Fashion Club and make that dream a reality. Interested in creative writing, fashion styling, dance, drama, or multicultural issues? We’ve got groups for you, too.
We also have plenty of services to smooth your transition to college life and support you while you’re here. From orientation to personal counseling and wellness to disability services, our Student Affairs team will help make your college experience a success.
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- 10/2/2014 - Thursdays in Black: Filmmaker and Former Model Sara Ziff to Screen 'Picture Me' on Oct. 2 A raw look at the underside of high-fashion modeling
- 10/4/2014 - Visit the Brooklyn Museum's 'Killer Heels' Exhibit: Oct. 4 A look at the high-heeled shoe’s history and place in the popular imagination
- 10/8/2014 - Guest Speaker: Rachelle Bergstein, Author of 'Women from the Ankle Down: The Story of Shoes and How They Define Us' on Oct. 8 at 1 pm in Maxwell Hall
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