Baruch College to Dorm in Ludlow Residence

Posted on: March 19th, 2010 at 9:59 am by

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According to The Ticker, the Baruch College newspaper, the CUNY school will share the Ludlow Residence with the School of Visual Arts.  Students will reportedly have the opportunity to live at 101 Ludlow starting fall semester 2010, which “provides the opportunity to partake in the traditional college experience.”

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A quick visit to Baruch’s website reveals the following description of the Ludlow Residence.  Of course, no mention of SVA.

Enhance your college experience: You won’t find another opportunity to live in one of the trendiest neighborhoods of Manhattan at this price. You’ll make more friends, have greater opportunities to broaden your interests, and engage in the best that NYC and Baruch have to offer.

Live in a Single or a Double (no triples!): The Residence Hall provides a complete residence life staff which includes Resident Assistants, a full-time live-in Residence Hall Director and 24-hour, around the clock security in the lobby.

Convenience: Located in the vibrant Lower East Side of Manhattan, living at 101 Ludlow means living near everything: events, shopping, restaurants, museums, and more. Transportation is easy with a direct subway (F) and numerous bus routes, and you’re only 15 minutes from campus.

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