Location
New York, NY
Undergrads
2,759
Tuition
$36,500
Admission Difficulty
Easy
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Reviews 230 total reviews with an average rating of 3.5

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5 College Junior

Off-Campus Dining: The school is located in Manhattan with lots of dining options, although not always financially friendly.

College Junior

Campus Dining: I have not yet attended Cardozo.

College Junior

Diversity: From what I have experienced, the diversity of the law school is very important to the school.

College Junior

Athletics: I have not yet attended Cardozo. I will be attending this upcoming August 2014 as a transfer student.

5 College Junior

Academics: Many opportunities, location and hands on experience.

College Junior

Academics: I will be attending Cardozo this upcoming August 2014.

College Junior

Campus Strictness: I have yet to attend Cardozo Law so I have no comments or knowledge on many of the listed criteria.

College Junior

Campus Housing: I have no experience with campus housing, although I know in order to receive housing I would have had to be put on a waitlist.

5 College Junior

Local Atmosphere: The scenery and atmosphere is why I transferred to the NYC area.

College Junior

Nightlife: Although I have not yet experienced the night life surrounding the Cardozo Law campus, I assume it is vibrant.

5 College Junior

Overall Experience: I chose to transfer to Cardozo because the students, faculty and staff were very welcoming and friendly.

College Junior

Overall Experience: I am a transfer student and I have no experience in this area.

4 College Junior

Health & Safety: I am a transfer student at Cardozo Law School and will begin August 2014. In my limited experience on campus, I feel that Cardozo Law is very safe.

3 College Sophomore

Scholarships: I did not receive what I needed and it is very hard and gives a lot of pressure to keep up with the tuition and housing. I wish they would give more, and it is an ongoing process, but will go through it.

5 College Sophomore

Off-Campus Dining: It is in midtown manhattan so there is access to any food really whenever you want and that is great. A few restaurants we have cafeteria money too so that is the best, although we all wish we had more. You could even take a subway anywhere else if you get tired of the food and you can find whatever type of food in the city.

3 College Sophomore

Campus Housing: Housing could be better. It is VERY expensive, and every year it is going up. The convenienceness of being close to campus is GREAT. It is right next to the school building. The social atmosphere could be annoying at times but it is alright. Some dorms can be harder to get into, only if you're from a town long hours away could you really get the best dorm, which is even more expensive, but worth it.

3 College Sophomore

Athletics: I'm not very athletic, I really work out in the housing gym when I want to. There is not the most school spirit, but there can be sometimes.

4 College Sophomore

Health & Safety: It is a very safe school, I've never really heard much about campus crime, or really any safety problems unless it was from a homeless person outside, but even then it is fine. There is security.

3 College Sophomore

Facilities: The athletic centers are nice. The student centers are great. The libraries don't have the best hours, but it is a place to study most of the time. Being located in the city, there really are no green spaces. There are great events and traditions for jewish holidays.

College Sophomore

Majors: I haven't had a chance to have an internship yet at the school, however I know people that do and they like it and get paid normal wage. I do plan on having one because they are very beneficial.

4 College Sophomore

Majors: I don't really have a program, but a school. I got into Stern College for Women, which is regular liberal arts studies college. It is great for sciences and I love that. Most important criteria for admission I would say is GPA, essay, extracurriculars, and SAT score. There is no abnormal process.

College Sophomore

Greek Life: We only have AEPI for boys, and they have their own housing in Washington Heights. There is a stigma to it, however, whoever wants to join can try out and see if they get in.

4 College Sophomore

Academics: As of now, I love the academics. I may be taking 9 classes next semester with an 8 hour lab week, not including the research I will be doing, but I love it. Especially for science, it is great. The workload is very hard, because I am taking both secular classes and 3 jewish classes. There are many facilities out there to help you which is great. There is a great career center that can help with job opportunities and internships as well.

3 College Sophomore

Academics: Registration process is a hassle, as it is in any other school. Do not be surprised to be closed out of almost every class you want to take sometimes. The professors are great in the science department. The english department is very challenging to get a good teacher because most graders are very very tough in the department. However, overall, we have GREAT teachers. The workload could be a lot depending on what class you take. They have study center and peer tutoring which is something everyone should take advantage of. Studying in the library is GREAT.

4 College Sophomore

Diversity: This depends on how one person would like it over another. It is very subjective. I don't mind that almost all the students are really the same. Yes, you find variety, which I have found and I like. But I don't mind that many people are the same. Mostly all are jewish students. People come from different backgrounds and political beliefs, mostly all have same religious views, and sexual orientation is not usually LGBT.

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