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Apartments for rent in CUNY--Medgar Evers College, NY

Park Slope

800 Union Street, Brooklyn, New York 11215
$4,775+
(1 Ratings)
1 Bed$4,775+Only 1 unit left
2 Beds$5,320+
3 Beds$10,985+
Current Rent Specials
Top Rated
(844) 730-7969

Crown Heights

24 Ford St, Brooklyn, New York 11213
$2,400+
1 Bed$2,400Only 1 unit left
2 Beds$2,600+
3 Beds$3,600Only 1 unit left
Current Rent Specials
(212) 847-4879

Fort Greene

280 Ashland Place, Brooklyn, New York 11217
$2,557+
Studio$2,557+
1 Bed$3,671+Only 2 units left
2 BedsPlease Call
Current Rent Specials
(929) 283-3550
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Downtown Brooklyn

225 Schermerhorn Street, Brooklyn, New York 11201
$2,800+
StudioPlease Call
1 Bed$2,800+
2 Beds$3,900+
Current Rent Specials
Updated 2 days ago
(844) 569-0583

Downtown Brooklyn

214 Duffield St, Brooklyn, New York 11201
$2,650+
(1 Ratings)
Studio$2,650+
1 Bed$3,045+
2 Beds$5,880+
3 Beds$6,395+
Current Rent Specials
Updated a day ago
Top RatedFresh
(347) 946-6923

Downtown Brooklyn

100 Willoughby Street, Brooklyn, New York 11201
$2,520+
(25 Ratings)
Studio$2,520+
1 Bed$2,720+
2 Beds$3,865+
3 Beds$4,905+
Current Rent Specials
Updated a day ago
Fresh
(347) 382-9547

Downtown Brooklyn

343 Gold Street, Brooklyn, New York 11201
$2,400+
(689 Ratings)
Studio$2,400+
1 Bed$3,094+
2 Beds$4,174+
3 Beds$5,802+
Current Rent Specials
Updated a day ago
Fresh
(718) 889-2568

Williamsburg

111 Kent Ave, Brooklyn, New York 11249
$4,500+
Studio$4,500+Only 2 units left
1 Bed$5,650Only 1 unit left
2 Beds$5,100+Only 2 units left
Current Rent Specials
Updated 11 days ago
(844) 564-2074

Lower East Side

57 Pitt St, New York, New York 10002
$2,200+
1 Bed$2,200+
2 Beds$2,580+
Current Rent Specials
Updated 10 days ago
(212) 574-4664

East New York

1255 Pennsylvania Avenue, Brooklyn, New York 11239
$1,191+
(16 Ratings)
1 Bed$1,191+
2 Beds$1,460+
3 Beds$1,783+
Current Rent Specials
(718) 395-3384

Bowery

11 East First Street, New York, New York 10003
$3,571+
(217 Ratings)
Studio$3,571+
1 Bed$4,730+
2 Beds$6,210+
Current Rent Specials
Updated a day ago
Fresh
(917) 790-1359

Flatbush

293 Hawthorne Street, Brooklyn, New York 11225
$3,462+
3 Beds$3,462+
Current Rent Specials
(866) 930-1597

Bushwick

120 Wilson Ave., Brooklyn, New York 11237
$3,000
3 Beds$3,000
Current Rent Specials
(844) 227-9045

East Village

43 Avenue C, New York, New York 10009
$4,125
3 Beds$4,125
Current Rent Specials
(855) 674-4272

East Village

228 Avenue B, New York, New York 10009
$2,375
1 Bed$2,375
Current Rent Specials
(844) 826-6825

Crown Heights

98 brooklyn ave, 1, Brooklyn, New York 11216
$1,850
1 Bed$1,850
Current Rent Specials
(844) 886-9863

Flatbush

10 City Pt., Apt 26M, Brooklyn, New York 11201
$2,615
Studio$2,615
Current Rent Specials
(844) 235-1012

Bedford-Stuyvesant

292 Jefferson Ave, Brooklyn, New York 11216
$1,925
1 Bed$1,925
Current Rent Specials
Updated a day ago
(844) 250-7348

East Flatbush

68 E 54Th Street, Brooklyn, New York 11203
$1,550
2 Beds$1,550
Current Rent Specials
Updated a day ago
Fresh
(844) 747-3711

Bedford-Stuyvesant

40 Hart St., Brooklyn, New York 11206
$2,100
2 Beds$2,100
Current Rent Specials
(877) 670-9498
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CUNY Medgar Evers College, NY

Named after World War II veteran, civil rights activist and martyr Medgar Wiley Evers, Medgar Evers College was established in 1970 in Brooklyn and is the youngest senior college in the City University of New York (CUNY) system. Evers was heavily active in ending segregation in his home state of Mississippi, where he was one of the few to help James Meredith become the first black student at the University of Mississippi in 1962.

 The college is divided into four smaller schools including the School of Business, School of Liberal Arts and Education, School of Professional and Community Development and the School of Science, Health and Technology. Medgar Evers also houses the Center for Black Literature, Center of Women's Development and the DuBois Bunche Center.

Students living in university housing or an off campus apartment near the school's campus in the Bedford-Stuyvesant neighborhood of Brooklyn have access to the school's baccalaureate degrees in psychology, accounting, religious studies, computer science, biology, English, public administration, environmental science and business, among others.

Student living and university living at Medgar Evers places students within one of the most exciting metropolitan areas in the world. Students have access to New York City's various cultural, educational and recreational centers like the Empire State Building, SoHo, Greenwich Village, Times Square, Madison Square Garden, Wall Street and Central Park.

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