Location
Throggs Neck, NY
Undergrads
1,519
Tuition (in-state)
$16,032 ($6,782)
Admission Difficulty
Average
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Reviews 57 total reviews with an average rating of 3.2

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3 College Freshman

Local Atmosphere: We're in the Bronx. It's okay.

3 College Freshman

Athletics: Not many people show up to athletic events.

3 College Freshman

Greek Life: The school sucks but it will be worth graduating from it.

1 College Freshman

Diversity: Mainly white kids go here.

3 College Freshman

Nightlife: Only the upper class can leave campus at night. freshman, sophomores and juniors are restricted to campus.

4 College Freshman

Local Atmosphere: Having the NYC skyline in your backyard is always a plus.

4 College Freshman

Diversity: I have friends that come from places like Turkey to the Virgin Islands

4 College Freshman

Facilities: Everything on campus is very well kept and attended to.

4 College Freshman

Facilities: The regimented life style keeps organization a top priority at all times.

2 College Student

Athletics: They have a worn out turf field, but its better than rocky grass

1 College Student

Campus Housing: The school offers hardly anything to do, which can make it miserable if you stay here on the weekends. In the regiment you have to earn everything from shower shoes in the hallways to 10 mins extra in the morning. The best housing is on 5th floor bayliss since somehow they have a/c.

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4 College Junior

Off-Campus Dining: I'm fairly pleased with the selection off campus at Maritime. There's diners, delis, pizza places, restaurants, chinese, fast food. There are plenty of options in Throgs Neck. Its a bit of a walk to the nearest food place (a deli), but its not too bad. Mostly every place delivers so thats a plus. Muscle Maker Grill offers discounts to SUNY students but I'm not sure where else does. Overall the off-campus dining is great!

4 College Sophomore

Transportation: there is a bus right outside the security gate of teh school at all times to teh city so getting around is really good. The Buses and Trains are really our only option becuase the taxi services are really expensive and not an option.

3 College Sophomore

Athletics: All major sports played and hugely supported by the students. We look forward to then=mas the accademic schedule is heavy so this is a good way to get away from teh work and take a much needed and erarned break

2 College Junior

Off-Campus Dining: There are only a hand full of places that give students discounts. Mostly the pizzarias. The stores a re close by but the quality is average. A place called Toscas is proabably the nicest restuarant around and serves the best food but it is also more expensive so not many people go there unless there is an occasion

4 College Junior

Campus Strictness: The school is extremely strict. They have doors that open with only i.d cards that monitor who is going in and out of the buildings. there are also cameras in every stairwell monitoring the movement through the floors. If you are in the regiment you are given a special sticker to be placed on your uniform that way you can always be identified. Alcohol is completely banned from campus. anyone found with any type alcohol will recieve punishment ( restriction and probabtion) . Restriction and probabtion means that the student is not allowed to leave the campus grounds at all for a certian period of time and must check in every evening during the week and every 5 hrs on the weekend

3 College Junior

Guys & Girls: The school is mostly male. There is a 15:1 male female ratio . Due to the cadet program and the Rotc offered on campus mmore than half the male popluation is in very good shape. Many care about having a healthy life style and are in to eating healthy and working out. Over recent years the females have become better with the way the carry themselves. Since the campus is very strict many people leave for the weekends. The bar scene is high also since there is no alcohol allowed on campus.
For the females on campus it is always more difficult. Since there are very few females they are all known. If a job is done correctly it is never just a job well done, it is because they have "boobs" and are a girl and "get it easier" . But then they are also worked harder BECAUSE they are females(regimental). As long is you are a female there is no true satisfaction in the work that you do .

4 College Junior

Drug Safety: Since the campus has a regiment of cadets that must abide by the rules and regulations of the coast guard it is requirement that none of the students in the program consume any types of drugs. This rule is held in place by weekly random drug test sent out by the coast guard. Suny Maritime is also a dry campus and this is held to a high level also. Those found with any alcohol contents in their possetion are imediately penalized and put on probabtion. After the second offense the student is disenrolled in both the program and school. The flaw to this system is that the students not in the program do not recieve any of the above testings. Although the school may have a control over a large population of the students they do not have control over what all of them do.

2 College Sophomore

Off-Campus Dining: Not too many choices but enuff to not starve to death

4 College Freshman

Drug Safety: there is no tolerance for alcohol and drugs at SUNY Maritime College.

3 College Freshman

Parking: students who live on campus have to pay for parking every year and the parking space are only available during your third year at the school and after.

3 College Freshman

Scholarships: I got a decent amount of financial aid, everything was really ease and smooth; therefore i was comfortable with the work that was provided for me. Always stay on top of things.

3 College Senior

Nightlife: The nightlife near the school consists mostly of bars, not too many clubs. The bulk of the bars are in close proximity to each other so if one is dead then you can always just go down the block to a more lively one. Only downside is it might be a sausage fest due to all the guys in the school and the occasional drunk and angry local. But on the upside, NYC is just a subway ride away and it's filled with countless clubs and bars that are always a good time

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3 College Senior

Diversity: The school is predominantly white. there are Turkish and Bahemian exchange students but it doesn't really do much.

3 College Senior

Campus Dining: The food is pretty average, it's better on the weekends because you are given more options.However during the week, the food is ok, nothing special about it. Not to mention, a lot of "easy" foods get messed up.

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