New York City, NY
Two buildings in midtown Manhattan (216 East 45th St. and 545 Fifth Ave.)
Undergraduate: Bachelor of Science (BS) in Fashion Media* and International Business. Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) in The Business of Cannabis*, The Business of Fashion*, Fashion Merchandising*, Marketing*, Management, and Visual Studies. Bachelor of Professional Studies (BPS) in Fashion Merchandising. Associate in Applied Science (AAS) in Fashion Merchandising and Fashion Merchandising & Management.* Associate in Occupational Studies (AOS) in Fashion Merchandising
Graduate: Master of Professional Studies (MPS) in Business of Fashion, Fashion Merchandising & Retail Management, Fashion Marketing, and Global Fashion Supply Chain Management. Master of Science (MS) in Consumer Analytics
*These undergraduate programs are available online and on campus. All graduate programs are available both online and on campus.
Institutional: Middle States Commission on Higher Education
Academic: Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (AAS, BBA, BS, and BPS programs)
Total Enrollment: 1,449
Undergraduate Total: 1,209
- On Campus Undergraduate: 1,034
- Online Undergraduate: 175
Graduate Total: 240
- On Campus Graduate: 135
- Online Graduate: 105
As of Fall 2021
94% of LIM College's Class of 2020 were working in the business of fashion and its related fields or continuing their education within 9 months of graduation.
LIM College’s Career Outcomes Rate is 94% for graduates who earned an associate, bachelor's or master's degree in January 2020, May 2020 or August 2020. In accordance with guidelines set forth by the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE), the Career Outcomes Rate is calculated using the number of surveyed students who are employed, seeking employment or continuing their education within nine months of graduation. Of the 438 respondents out of 523 graduates with known outcomes, 94% were either employed in the business of fashion or related industries or enrolled in graduate school within nine months of graduation (92% employed, 2% continuing education and 6% seeking employment) representing an 84% knowledge rate.