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Location
New York, NY
Undergrads
9,524
Tuition (in-state)
$11,969 ($5,759)
Admission Difficulty
Hard
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3 College Senior

Weather: Usually the weather is fine and when it's sunny out, students tend to lounge around on campus to study outside on the grass in the shade, but during the winter time, it can be very hellish because most of us commute and if it's snowing, we can end up stuck on a train and late for class in the middle of a biting snowstorm.

College Sophomore

Weather: The weather does not affect my campus experience. I do not participate in any activities after class so I just leave when it's time to go whether or not the weather is nice or horrible.

3 College Junior

Weather: When there is a snow storm, they would cancel the classes after the brunt of the storm, not during. Students during the brunt of the storm have to face it head on and the students who have classes after the storm passes enjoys their break.

2 College Sophomore

Weather: It's difficult getting to school when there are rain and snow storms. Plus, city college is near the water so it's extremely cold in the fall and winter. However when it is nice outside getting to school is no problem

3 College Freshman

Weather: The weather in general is always nice until there is some storm coming up and CCNY is always open whether there's a storm or not.

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  • 185th
    Coldest Winters
  • 411st
    Hottest Summers

Student Author OverviewWhat's This?

Melissa Charles & Garri Rivkin
Hometown
New York, N.Y. & Vilnius, Lithuania
Major
International Development of Women through Arts & English Literature
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New York City is a place that experiences the four seasons. Lately there has been less snow falling on the ground during the winter, but the cold winds still force students to wear a coat, hat, scarf and gloves. The lack of snow also insures that there is always school. Once the spring hits, one should start shedding layers, although the frequent rain during this season necessitates the investment in an umbrella. It is advisable to constantly check the weather to make sure what the appropriate dress wear is needed for any given day, especially if there are storm clouds on the horizon. Boots for boys and goloches for girls should be worn when it is raining. There is a tendency for water to stay as puddles, insuring that any sneaker will be drenched at the end of a persons' walk through the city on a rainy day.

The summer is hot and humid, so be prepared to wear shorts and a t-shirt. Bring water with you especially if you plan to take the subway—it could get really humid in the tight space, which will quickly dehydrate the body. During the summer season, open toe shoes are also a welcome investment, given that sneakers will insulate the heat making them burn.

Facts & Statistics

Temperature Averages
Spring - High: 58 °F
Spring - Low: 42 °F
Summer - High: 80 °F
Summer - Low: 66 °F
Fall - High: 63 °F
Fall - Low: 48 °F
Winter - High: 39 °F
Winter - Low: 25 °F
Precipitation Averages
Spring: 4.21 in./month
Summer: 3.89 in./month
Fall: 3.85 in./month
Winter: 3.50 in./month

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