Our beautiful 7-acre campus is located in the heart of Kew Garden Hills, Queens.
Kew Gardens Hills is home to a thriving Jewish community and one of New York’s most vibrant neighborhoods. Safe, comfortable, and peppered with tree-lined streets, it is a suburban enclave located within easy reach of Manhattan.
The area offers ample kosher eateries, Judaica bookstores, shuls, and educational programs, as well as an atmosphere that aligns with the college’s Jewish character and values. And with so many of our alumni, as well as rabbis and faculty, living in the city, there’s a vast network of friendly faces happy to invite students into their homes for Shabbos.
Interested in exploring the area, meeting current students, or sitting in on classes? Contact Rabbi Barry Nathan in the Office of Admissions to arrange a campus visit.
Getting here by MTA
Take the "E" or "F" train to Union turnpike. At Union turnpike take the Q46 bus to 150th Street. Or take the "E" or "F" train to Forest Hills/Continental Avenue. At Continental Avenue take the Q64 bus to 150th Street. Our campus is a five minute walk from either bus stop on 150th Street.