hile living at the residential campus, you
can enjoy numerous parks, cultural and
historic sites, and entertainment. Hike to
the top of Hook Mountain, feed the ducks along
the river at Memorial Park, bike the three-mile
trail around Rockland Lake, or walk along the
river at Nyack Beach State Park. Or explore the
quaint village of Nyack with its shops and restau-
rants. Only a mile away, the Palisades Center is
the second largest mall in New York State with
over 250 shops, 12 restaurants, 21-screen theatre,
ice skating rink, ferris wheel and carousel.
There are hundreds of
places to visit in the metro-
politan New York area.
Within an hour’s drive are
well known sites including
Rye Playland, Bronx Zoo,
Statue of Liberty, Empire
State Building, Central
Park, Madison Square
Garden, Broadway, Times
Museum of Art, Giant Stadium (NY Giants,
NY Jets), Izod Center (NJ Nets), Prudential
Center (NJ Devils), Citiﬁeld (NY Mets), and
New York City commuter students
attend classes at the campus on Broadway in
Manhattan, just 23 miles from the residen-
tial campus. Located in the TriBeca area, it
is accessible by subway, bus and Path trains.
Nearby places include the courthouses of Foley
Square, the African Burial Ground, cemetery
of St. Paul’s Church, the hallowed grounds of
the World Trade Center site, the Woolworth
Building, Sugar House Prison Window,
Chinatown and Little Italy.
This ideal location in one of the greatest
urban centers allows for unlimited internship
possibilities to enhance your academic experi-
ence. And it provides you with many opportuni-
ties to share your faith and minister to others.
Nyack is ideally located.