Named after the famed civil rights activist, Medgar Evers College is a senior college of the City University of New York system in Brooklyn. Medgar Evers encompasses schools of Business, Education, Professional Development, Liberal Arts, and Science awarding undergraduate degrees. In addition to classroom space, the Medgar Evers campus hosts numerous research facilities such as the Center for Black Literature and Caribbean Research Center. For athletically-inclined students, Medgar Evers fields 12 men’s and women’s sports teams known as the Cougars.
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i would rate my college a 10 . the reason is that the campus provides help to their students. and getting information to improve oneself. the staff and the environment is satisfactory to my knowledge. the professor goes in great depth in educating their students.
Revati from OZONE PARK, NY
Medgar Evers College is a very good place to study and get your degree. The teachers are very nice and focus on teaching us everything we need to know. I would advice anyone who wants to major in nursing to attend this school because they provide you with many oppurtunities.