Student & Graduate Reviews
Traci - 8/19/2018
Degree: Special Education
Graduation Year: 2014
"CUNY Medgar Evers College in Brooklyn, New York is named after the Civil Rights Activist Medgar Wiley Evers. This schools commitment to diversity and social justice is evident in its education programs. They are truly committed to creating change agents in urban education and beyond. Medgar Evers College prepares educators to meet the various demands and learning needs of students with exceptionalities ranging from severe deficits to giftedness. Their rigorous courses equips teachers with 21st century learning skills to pass on to their students. Through research, collaboration and intern opportunities, students learn with innovative educators who are truly passionate about the children they teach. Medgar Evers College Education program maintains core values which are consistently present throughout all of their courses. CUNY MEC has exceeded standards in preparing me to be an effective teacher of a diverse student body."
Edna Vision - 9/8/2017
Graduation Year: 2016
"The teachers and staff at this college work day in and day out to ensure the student's success. They are compassionate and truly want to see each student meeting their full potential. Without them, I would not be where I am today. I feel lucky to have experienced this education. It's definitely prepared me for my career as a behavioral interventionist and opened doors that would have otherwise been closed."
Katu - 11/15/2015
Graduation Year: 2013
"I first attended MEC in 2002 for the LPN program at first the program was stressful, demanding and took over my life. I later realized it was the best educational foundation I've ever had. I later went to another school to complete my ASN degree but returned to MEC for my BSN. the program built on the knowledge I'd gain through work experience and education. The instructors are helpful and they will work with you. I wish MEC had a master's program. I would definitely enroll. When you apply the right amount of pressure the end result is diamonds."
A bright future ahead - 8/15/2015
Graduation Year: 2013
"I really enjoyed my college because I felt as though the facilities were more than faculties they were friends. Everyone always looked out for each other and worked together because in the end we all want the same thing, to fulfill our careers goals."