Returning to Campus FAQ
Updates as of Feb. 11, 2021
Spring 2021 Reminders
  • In-person classes will resume on Feb. 16. All Spring 2021 courses will be delivered remotely until that date.

  • Students registered for Hybrid In-Person courses and faculty and staff required to teach/work on campus must submit the results of a negative molecular diagnostic test for COVID-19 prior to coming to campus.

  • Beginning Feb. 22, required Weekly COVID testing will be provided at NO COST to students, faculty and staff. This will be a self-administered nasal swab test conducted at Maxwell Hall.

  • Prior to visiting campus, students who are not registered for in-person classes must contact CovidCoreTeam@limcollege.edu at least 3 business days in advance to make the necessary arrangements and submit their negative COVID tests. Faculty and staff should contact humanresources@limcollege.edu.

 

Frequently Asked Questions

All students, faculty and staff are required to submit a negative COVID-19 molecular diagnostic  test result prior to coming into any campus building for the first time during the Spring 2021 semester.

For information about the different types of COVID-19 tests, visit https://www.fda.gov/media/140161/download.

When to test:

  • Students who are registered for Hybrid In-Person classes, or who plan to regularly visit campus during the Spring 2021 semester, and Faculty and Staff who will be teaching/working on campus must submit a negative molecular diagnostic COVID test result, at least 24 hours prior to their return to campus.
  • If you took this COVID test PRIOR to Feb. 1, you will need to take another test. Tests prior to that date fall outside of the safety protocols that LIM is following to keep the community safe.

Submitting your results

  • Students: Submit your test results here.
  • Full-time Faculty and Staff: Submit your test results here.
  • Adjunct (part-time) Faculty: Submit your test results here.

LIM College reserves the right to require retesting at any point during the semester.

Everyone who comes to campus will be asked to take a daily temperature screening. If your temperature registers as higher than 100 degrees Fahrenheit, you will not be permitted to enter campus and will be asked to provide updated proof of a negative COVID-19 test.

Upon entry to Maxwell Hall and 5th Avenue buildings, visitors will display the results of their Daily Health Screening via the Everbridge App and participate in the daily temperature check.

Anyone who will be on campus on a regular basis for Spring 2021 will be required to undergo weekly COVID testing in Maxwell Hall. These tests are provided free of charge.

Testing will begin the week of Feb. 22 and continue through April 22.

Testing hours: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday from  9:30am  - 6:30pm 

Students who wish to come to campus are permitted to do so by completing the following:

  1. You must email CovidCoreTeam@limcollege.edu, no less than 3 business days in advance, requesting access to campus.
  2. You must complete the mandatory safety training, located in Canvas, no less than 3 business days prior to your requested on-campus date, if you already haven’t completed it.
  3. You must submit a negative COVID-19 molecular test dated no more than 7 days prior to your requested on-campus date.
  4. If you plan to and are approved to come to campus for consecutive days, you will be required to participate in the College’s self-swab testing on your first day on campus.

Faculty or staff who find that coming to campus is completely necessary for business purposes must do the following:

  1. You must email HumanResources@limcollege.edu, no less than 3 business days in advance, requesting access to campus.
  2. Follow steps 2, 3 and 4 above.

All community members will self-administer a COVID-19 test once per week on the day of their choosing (Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, or Thursday from 9:30am - 6:30pm). The process is simple and utilizes the less invasive, anterior nasal swab that is easier to use. The College will have personnel available to assist with any questions that may arise during this process.

All weekly testing will take place in Maxwell Hall.

Community members will arrive at Maxwell Hall and line up to be tested. Testing will take place in the West Wing, located on the ground floor to the right of security check-in. Signs will be available to guide you.

Upon arrival, you may experience a brief wait in line, depending on the time of day. At check-in, all necessary equipment – test kits, sanitizer, tissues, etc. will be issued.

Staff, including a Medical Assistant, will be on hand to assist you if you have questions regarding testing.

After administering your self-swab, you will scan your sample and submit it to the “outgoing” box, where it will be shipped directly to the lab for processing.

Yes. We know this is an inconvenience for those of you who do not have class, teach or work in Maxwell Hall. But we appreciate your cooperation to our shared responsibility in keeping the campus as safe as possible.

Faculty and staff will be notified by Human Resources and/or through a direct message from the Cleared 4 system if they test positive.

Students will be notified by LIM’s designated Contact Tracers and/or through a direct message from the Cleared 4 system if they test positive.

At that time, instructions will be shared for the individual to follow PRIOR to being permitted to return to campus.

Most results are back within 24-48 hours.

Community members who test negative may be notified by the Cleared 4 system of their results. Individuals who test negative will not be contacted by the College.

As a best practice, community surveillance/pool testing is recommended weekly. This type of surveillance testing helps to detect the presence of the virus early and reduces the potential for spread to others by infected individuals. The firm we have partnered with for this testing is Applied DNA Sciences, Inc.

As the COVID-19 situation evolves, we will continue to monitor in concert with our partner and make necessary adjustments to the schedule of testing.

No. In order for this surveillance testing protocol to be most accurate, all timeframes and testing measures must remain consistent.

You will be prevented from entering campus until you have complied with testing requirements.

No. All students, faculty, and staff members will be required to submit the results of a COVID-19 molecular diagnostic test. Antigen or antibody tests are not an acceptable substitute.

There is a possibility that those who have recently tested positive may continue to test positive up to 90 days after first testing positive.

Individuals who have previously tested positive are asked to do the following:

  • You test during the period that we request, after Feb. 1.
  • If your test comes back negative, you will be cleared to return to campus once you submit that COVID-19 negative test result to the College.
  • If your test comes back positive, to be cleared, you would submit your first positive results in addition to a letter from the CDC or your treating physician indicating that you are beyond the infectious period, are now longer exhibiting symptoms, and that you are cleared to return to campus.

All community members, despite whether or not they have tested positive, will be required to complete the weekly testing occurring at the College.

LIM is following the NYS the Department of Health (DOH) Requirements guidelines. Should the LIM positivity rate reach 5% or higher, we will return to remote operations for a period of at least two weeks.

No. Scientists have not yet established whether or not vaccinated individuals can still spread the COVID-19 virus - so all members of the campus community must adhere with the full scope of the College’s safety measures until further information is available from local, state, and federal authorities. Articles on this subject can be found here: Healthline

The resources listed below are provided for informational purposes only. Many states and localities currently offer free testing for COVID-19, but make sure to check with your chosen testing site and, if applicable, your health insurance provider, to determine testing costs and coverage prior to obtaining your test. LIM College will not reimburse COVID-19 testing costs incurred by students or employees.

New York City: Find a NYC testing site

New York State:  Find a NYS testing site 

New Jersey: Find a NJ testing site

Connecticut: Find a CT testing site 

Other Locations

CDC directory of U.S. state and territorial health department websites

NACCHO local county and city COVID-19 health department directory

Everyone is required to wear a face covering/mask that covers the nose and mouth any time they come within 6 feet of another person. Face coverings must be appropriately worn at all times while in any campus building or during any campus function. This includes while in classrooms and any shared or public spaces such as computer lounges, offices, elevators, hallways, and restrooms.

Students will be held accountable through the Student Code of Conduct process. Faculty and staff violations of the face covering policy will be handled through the Office of Human Resources, per procedures outlined in the Employee Handbook. If you see that someone is not complying with the College's face covering policy, or other social distancing policies, please inform a member of LIM College's Facilities staff or other LIM administrator.

Strict capacity limits will be in effect on elevators. No more than two people will be allowed on elevators in the Maxwell Hall and Fifth Avenue buildings at any time. Only one person at a time will be allowed in the elevator in The Townhouse building.

Regular updates will be made to our COVID-19 Updates page. Everyone is encouraged to check this site frequently for the most accurate information. 

As always, students, faculty and staff should check their LIM email daily for important campus and health and safety updates.

LIM College may also provide additional health and safety updates in a number of different ways, such as: LIM Alert emergency notification system messages (via text/phone/email through the Everbridge app) and postings on the MyLIM portal page.

We also recommend that all members of our community follow us on Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram, and Facebook (@LIMCollege) for supplemental information and reminders.

It depends where you’re coming from. Click here to view New York State's Travel Advisory.

Please note that LIM College COVID-19 test result submission requirements are in addition to, not instead of, applicable New York State COVID test-out requirements.

Guidance on quarantine procedures, as well as details on "testing out" of quarantine, can be found here (under the Precautionary Quarantine Requirements tab).

General criteria for all LIM Community members who fail the Daily Health Screening to return to campus:

  1. If you failed due to symptoms only, you will need to be fever free for 24 hours (without using fever reducing medication) and symptom free for any other COVID-19 related symptoms. You must also be able to take and pass a new Daily Health Screening.
  2. If you failed due to having close and prolonged contact (under 6 feet for 15 minutes or more) in the last 14 days with someone who is Confirmed Positive or Suspected Positive with COVID-19: You will be required to quarantine for 14 days, then be able to pass a Daily Health Screening, and be approved by an LIM COVID Case Manager to return to campus.
  3. If you failed due to a travel quarantine restriction – within the last 14 days you traveled to NY from a state or territory that is currently on the NY State Travel Advisory list or arrived from an international location: You will be required to quarantine for 14 days, then be able to pass a Daily Health Screening, and be approved by an LIM COVID Case Manager to return to campus.
  4. If you failed due to not yet having and being able to provide a negative COVID-19 viral (PCR , not Rapid) diagnostic test result to LIM College: You will not be permitted to enter the campus until you submit an appropriate negative test result.

If you did not pass (have failed) the LIM College Daily Health Screening, please review the appropriate information below for your next steps:

 

LIM Students:

  • On each day that you fail the Daily Health Screening, Email your Hybrid-In Person Professor(s) for any scheduled in-person class meeting that you have that day to let them know you will be unable to attend class. Inform your professor(s) if you are well enough to continue your class(es) virtually.
  • Email your peer group(s) and inform them you will be missing that day’s class to ensure you have access to notes, assignments, and or any related material to keep up with your course load.
  • If you currently have an in-person or virtual internship, please contact careers@limcollege.edu and inform them that you failed the Daily Health Screening and will be home for the day. If you are scheduled to report to an in-person internship, please email or call your internship supervisor to notify them that you will not be there for the day.
  • We strongly recommend students download the Canvas Student app and enable real-time notifications.
  • If contacted by an LIM COVID Case Manager for Contact Tracing or a Wellness Check, you agree to take their call and cooperate fully in providing requested information as stipulated in the College’s Statement of Shared Responsibility.
  • If you are required to Quarantine, you will be contacted by the Office of Academic Affairs, to assist in coordinating your academic accomodations.
  • Please complete the Daily Health Screening every day until you meet the criteria for returning to campus.
  • Monitor your symptoms. If you have an emergency warning sign (including trouble breathing), seek emergency medical care immediately.
  • Please utilize the links on the CDC Symptom Self Checker button in the Everbridge app if you would like to complete a more detailed COVID-19 health self-assessment.
  • Find a listing of COVID-19 related resources (testing, wellness, food, housing, etc.) on the COVID Resource Kit button in the Everbridge app.

 

LIM Faculty:

  • On each day that you are scheduled to teach or otherwise required to come to campus and you fail the Daily Health Screening: Call or email your Department Chair or direct supervisor. Inform them that you will be working from home (if well enough), please be ensure to inform them of any coverage needed based on your situation. If you are not well enough to work virtually you will be asked to use a sick day and follow your existing sick time process.
  • In the event a faculty member becomes sick but is still well enough to teach, they may move their hybrid in-person class for the day to hybrid-virtual as long as they notify their students with sufficient time before the start of class via Canvas, which will also generate an email notification to students. We encourage faculty members to give as much prior notice as possible—3 hours or more is ideal. In addition, you should contact the individuals identified below as soon as possible so they are made aware of this temporary change.
  • In the event a faculty member becomes sick and is not well enough to teach their class, they are asked to notify their students via Canvas that class is cancelled, provide information about a make-up class, and if there are any changes to scheduled assignments. In addition, faculty should contact the following people as soon as possible so they are made aware of this temporary change:
  • We strongly recommend faculty download the Canvas Teacher app and enable real-time notifications.
  • If contacted by an LIM COVID Case Manager for Contact Tracing or a Wellness Check, you agree to take their call and cooperate fully in providing requested information as stipulated in the College’s Statement of Shared Responsibility.
  • If you are required to Quarantine, you will be contacted by the Office of Human Resources to discuss COVID-19 related time off and paid leave eligibility.
  • Please complete the Daily Health Screening every day until you meet the criteria for returning to campus.
  • Monitor your symptoms. If you have an emergency warning sign (including trouble breathing), seek emergency medical care immediately.
  • Please utilize the links on the CDC Symptom Self Checker button in the Everbridge app if you would like to complete a more detailed COVID-19 health self-assessment.
  • Find a listing of COVID-19 related resources (testing, wellness, food, housing, etc.) on the COVID Resource Kit button in the Everbridge app.

 

LIM Staff:

  • On each day that you are scheduled or otherwise required to come to campus and you fail the Daily Health Screening: Call or email your direct supervisor. Inform them that you will be working from home (if well enough), please be ensure to inform them of any coverage needed based on your situation. If you are not well enough to work virtually you will be asked to use a sick day and follow your existing sick time process.
  • If contacted by an LIM COVID Case Manager for Contact Tracing or a Wellness Check, you agree to take their call and cooperate fully in providing requested information as stipulated in the College’s Statement of Shared Responsibility.
  • If you are required to Quarantine, you will be contacted by the Office of Human Resources to discuss COVID-19 related time off and paid leave eligibility.
  • Please complete the Daily Health Screening every day until you meet the criteria for returning to campus.
  • Monitor your symptoms. If you have an emergency warning sign (including trouble breathing), seek emergency medical care immediately.
  • Please utilize the links on the CDC Symptom Self Checker button in the Everbridge app if you would like to complete a more detailed COVID-19 health self-assessment.
  • Find a listing of COVID-19 related resources (testing, wellness, food, housing, etc.) on the COVID Resource Kit button in the Everbridge app.

No. Students, faculty and staff are urged to think and plan carefully before making any plans to travel outside of the state during the Spring 2021 semester.

We STRONGLY URGE all faculty, staff and students who plan to be in-person on-campus to refrain from unnecessary travel at any point during the semester. This is an on-going part of our shared responsibility to a safer LIM community.

No. Students, faculty and staff are urged to think and plan carefully before making any plans to travel outside of the state during the Spring 2021 semester.

We STRONGLY URGE all faculty, staff and students who plan to be in-person on-campus to refrain from unnecessary travel at any point during the semester. This is an on-going part of our shared responsibility to a safer LIM community.

Students in on-campus programs are able to choose between one of two hybrid modalities. All courses include face-to-face interaction (synchronous) as well as assignments via Canvas (our online learning management system) that take place on the student’s own schedule (asynchronous). Our students can decide if they prefer the face-to-face interaction to take place in-person in a classroom on campus or via Zoom.

Depending on major and the courses students need to take, they may also choose to move to LIM College’s online program, in which all classes are offered in 7.5-week modules delivered asynchronously. This means there is no face-to-face component, be it virtual or in-person. Choosing to shift to this program may affect students’ eligibility for scholarships.

You have the flexibility to create a schedule that is exclusively Hybrid In-Person, exclusively Hybrid Virtual, or combines Hybrid In-Person and Hybrid Virtual courses.

Not all courses will be offered in all modalities. Any student who wishes to study exclusively in a Hybrid Virtual modality is guaranteed a schedule which does not delay their graduation.

There is no formal deadline. We believe that flexibility is paramount and we want to ensure that you:

  • are able to study in the modality in which you are most comfortable
  • can change your decision based on changing circumstances
  • are able to continue your path towards graduation

If you need to change modalities during the semester as a result of COVID-19, we will accommodate this shift. To make this change, you need to make a formal request to Dr. Patricia Fitzmaurice, Associate Dean of Academic Affairs at pfitzmaurice@limcollege.edu.

We encourage you not to plan your schedule with the intention of switching. It is important for both faculty and students to plan their semesters with as much continuity as possible.

Please contact Dr. Patricia Fitzmaurice, Associate Dean of Academic Affairs at pfitzmaurice@limcollege.edu or contact the appropriate department chair:

We will keep a running list of these requests and open new class sections accordingly.

The number of students in in-person classes allows desks to be positioned 6 feet apart from each other in all directions. Class sizes will depend upon the size of the classroom. Most in-person classes will have 9-12 students.

Click here to see what technology you will need to access Canvas, our online learning management system, and other hybrid and virtual course technologies.

No. You will be able to submit all assignments electronically.

Starting Feb. 16, 2021, the Adrian G. Marcuse Library will be open for students to visit from Monday-Thursday 8:30am-5pm, with Ask-A-Librarian Chat Reference service available during those times, as well as evenings and weekends.

The Writing Center and Math Center will offer virtual tutoring on an appointment-only basis.

Professors will be available to meet with students virtually, by appointment.

Log into MyLIM to set up an appointment in AdvisorTrac. If you cannot find an appointment that fits your schedule, email advising@limcollege.edu

It depends where you’re coming from. Click here to view New York State's Travel Advisory.

Please note that LIM College COVID-19 test result submission requirements are in addition to, not instead of, applicable New York State COVID test-out requirements.

Guidance on quarantine procedures can be found here (under the Precautionary Quarantine Requirements tab).

Yes. You can stay anywhere in New York State to complete your quarantine.

Policies for social distancing, health, and safety in student housing are set by Educational Housing Services. Email newyorker@studenthousing.org for more info.

Club meetings will be held virtually.

Counseling sessions and accessibility services will be provided virtually. You can meet with a counselor via Zoom or phone. Email cas@limcollege.edu for more info. or to make an appointment.

Starting Feb. 16, 2021, the campus bookstore will be open for in-person purchases, with strict occupancy limits in place. Students may also place orders online and pick up their items in the store.

Starting, Feb. 16, 2021, Pickler & Co. (in our Maxwell Hall building) will be open, with social distancing precautions in place.

In a world of virtual internships, Handshake is the go-to place to find jobs or internships. 

We are actively reaching out to our industry partners to create virtual and limited in-person internships, job shadowing, project-based learning and career development experiences. If organizations offering internships are able to implement safety protocols, in-person internships can continue. Students may begin an internship virtually and be allowed to switch to an in-person experience later in the semester, or change an in-person internship to a remote experience. Whether an internship is in-person or virtual will likely depend on: 

  • Health and safety protocols particular to the internship location and site 
  • Whether it is feasible to undertake the internship remotely 
  • Whether the internship requires that the experience occur through a certain modality  

2020-21 internship and Senior Co-op courses have been reimagined and designed with built-in flexibility to provide a meaningful experience for students who have secured a traditional internship or co-op, as well as those students who have not yet been able to find an internship or co-op. If you cannot secure a traditional internship, LIM's alternative "Fashion Forward" program will count toward your experiential education course requirements, allowing for on-time degree completion. 

Fashion Forward is an industry-focused, project-based, virtual career development course for students with or without a traditional internship. Fashion Forward blends academics, industry, and career development in a hybrid virtual classroom. Participants will develop new skills, network, build industry relationships, and prepare for a career in the business of fashion and its related fields. The semester will culminate in a 2-day event called "Fashion Forward LIVE" where students showcase their skills in front of industry professionals. 

If you are able to find a traditional internship or Co-op and wish to complete your experiential education requirements via that option, you may still do so. The Canvas shells for each course have been designed to deliver the course curriculum for both the traditional internship and Fashion Forward tracks, regardless of whether you will be doing a traditional internship or Fashion Forward. 

Students registered for any of these courses have the option of selecting the Internship Track or Fashion Forward Track. Students are required to select your track (Internship or Fashion Forward) on Handshake by Monday, January 25, 2021 at 12pm EST.   

For students registered in CARE 1620, CARE 2620, CARE 4820, or MPSM 608/MPSR 659/MPSS 610, the last day to submit an Internship or Co-op Experience for approval is Monday, January 25, 2021 at 12pm EST. Visit the CIS Canvas shell for instructions on how to submit your Experience paperwork on Handshake

If you are unable to find an internship or co-op, or if you wish to learn about design thinking and project-based learning, you can select the Fashion Forward track on Handshake by Monday, January 25, 2021 at 12pm EST.  

Yes. Fashion Forward will count towards the experiential education internship or co-op requirements and will take the place of the hours a student would otherwise be doing at an internship or co-op worksite. 

Yes! Because the Fashion Forward course is in lieu of traditional internship or co-op hours, students still need to compete the requirements outlined in the course syllabus. 

Students can register for CARE 1890 - Micro-Internship (undergraduate) or MPSI 690 - Career Exploration Internship (graduate). Students must have an internship secured to qualify for enrollment and may not enroll into this restricted course until an application has been completed and approved CIS. For MPSI 690 or CARE 1890, the last day to submit an Internship Experience on Handshake is Thursday, February 4, 2021 at 12pm EST.  

Students can register for CARE 3620, Design Your Own Internship, a 3-credit general elective course that allows you to design an internship experience that’s uniquely right for you! For CARE 3620, the last day to submit an Internship Experience on Handshake is Thursday, February 4, 2021 at 12pm EST

After securing an Internship or Senior Co-op, students must submit an Internship Experience on Handshake for approval and complete a CPT application.  

Yes! The Office of Career and Internship Services is open for virtual appointments. For one-on-one assistance with your internship or job search, schedule a career coaching appointment on Handshake or careers@limcollege.edu.  

You will need some basic technology abilities, such as being able to create Word documents, PowerPoint presentations and videos, saving them, and uploading the files through Canvas, our course management system. Canvas support is available 24/7 and can be accessed through the Help menu in Canvas Global Navigation. Students attending Fashion Forward LIVE are expected to show up on camera and demonstrate professionalism. If for any reason you are unable to have your camera on for the full duration of the session you must contact your professor in advance.

Please contact the Office of Student Financial Services (SFS) at 212-310-0689 or via email at sfs@limcollege.edu. You can also contact your SFS counselor directly. New students can see who their SFS counselor is by logging into Slate. Continuing students can see who their SFS counselor is by logging into SONIS.

Students should contact the Office of Student Financial Services at 212-310-0689 or via email at sfs@limcollege.edu to determine if their financial aid package can be adjusted to help pay for their technology needs.

No. It’s not too late. But you should file it as soon as possible at www.fafsa.gov.

You can view your financial aid awards at NetPartner, our financial aid online service portal. You can use NetPartner to upload required documents, view what documents are missing, and see your financial aid awards. Your initial NetPartner ID and login information were sent with your initial award letter. If you need that information resent to you, or if you need a password reset, please contact LIM’s Office of Student Financial Services at 212-310-0689 or via email at sfs@limcollege.edu.

For the duration of the COVID-19 emergency, the Student & Exchange Visitor Program (SEVP), is allowing international students to maintain their F-1 status by enrolling in at least  one hybrid in-person course. All other courses can be in any modality the student chooses. If there are any changes, the Office of International Student Services will be in contact with students. Students can also feel free to contact the office at iss@limcollege.edu with any questions. 

You are required to be in the U.S. to apply for OPT. You are required to apply for CPT whether you are in the U.S. or in your home country if you intern for a U.S.-based company.

If you are not able to enter the U.S. to begin your program at the College in the Spring 2021 semester, you will be contacted by the Office of International Student Services to update your I-20’s start date to the Fall 2021 semester. You can study in your own country in an online-only or in the Hybrid Virtual modality in the Spring 2021 semester, however, in this case your F-1 status will not be active during the Spring 2021 semester.

Click here for New York State's current Travel Advisory.
Click here for the U.S. Centers for Disease Control Travel Recommendations.

Make sure to monitor the guidance from the U.S. and New York State government on this question, as regulations may change. If you need to self-quarantine, we recommend you come to New York at least two weeks in advance of the start of classes. Professors will be flexible about attendance with those who cannot attend classes due to COVID-19-related restrictions and you will be able to make up assignments. Students who are living in The New Yorker can choose to self-quarantine in their room, and choose a move-in date accordingly, or they can quarantine at a location of their own choosing in New York State and move in closer to the start of class.

Yes. You can continue your studies in a Hybrid Virtual or online-only modality and maintain your visa status.

Yes. You can begin your studies in a hybrid virtual modality or in the College's online modality. While studying in the hybrid virtual or online modality, an international student's F-1 status will not become active during the Spring 2021 semester. Students will be contacted by the Office of International Student Services to update their I-20’s start date to the Fall 2021 semester. 

Our Office of Admissions is currently conducting virtual events. These include Open Houses, information sessions, and private virtual meetings. Please check our website for updates.

Click here to take our virtual campus tour. You can also watch this video to see more of LIM’s campus.

Sure! Email admissions@limcollege.edu and we’ll connect you.

Currently, most high schools are not permitting in-person visitors. However, if you would like to request that an Admissions Counselor do a virtual visit with you or your class, please contact us at admissions@limcollege.edu. We’d be more than happy to set something up.

We accept applications on a rolling basis, up to the beginning of the Fall or Spring semester until all openings are filled. However, we strongly encourage you to apply as early as possible because our class sizes are limited.

Click here for current New York State Travel Advisory information. Students who are living in The New Yorker can choose to self-quarantine in their room, and choose a move-in date accordingly, or they can quarantine at a location of their own choosing in New York State and move in closer to the start of class. (Please note that professors will be flexible about attendance with those who cannot attend classes due to COVID-19-related restrictions and you will be able to make up assignments.)