Sunday, February 7, 2010

Women LIM Fashion U

What happens in New York usually stays in New York! That is, until now. Become part of LIM Fashion U, LIM College’s summer program for visiting college students, and spend five unforgettable weeks living and learning in New York - - the world’s most exciting city and the center of the fashion universe.

If you are a college student with an interest in fashion, LIM Fashion U is the ideal way to spend your summer. Study at the nation’s only college devoted exclusively to the study of business and fashion, earn credits toward your degree, and live in safety and comfort in a place most can only dream about - - New York City!

Not only will you be studying in Manhattan, but select courses at LIM Fashion U take you into the neighborhoods, fashion showrooms, stores, and museums to learn firsthand about the industry.

If you are interested in learning more about LIM Fashion U, please email or contact Debra Lee at (212) 752-1530 Ext. 395.

View a list of courses offered in Summer 2010.

Click here for online registration for LIM Fashion U 2010 (July 6 – August 6, 2010).

Click here for a downloadable registration form.


The 1760 Third Avenue Residence offers the ultimate experience in urban campus living. Located on Manhattan's Upper East Side, it's just steps away from fantastic restaurants and shopping, the remarkable sights and sounds of Museum Mile and Central Park, and one block from the subway.

24/7 security and a live-in staff ensure students' safety and comfort. Our double- and triple-occupancy furnished rooms offer private bathrooms and there are flat-screen TV/DVDs with 130 cable stations, a refrigerator, and a microwave in every room. All residents also get free local telephone service with their own voicemail, as well as high-speed internet service. This brand-new building also boasts a media room, a fitness center, and a computer center.

Who Can Register for Fashion U?
LIMFashion U is open to all college students who are currently enrolled in a degree-granting program and have a cumulative GPA of at least 2.0. An official transcript sent from your college must be received in the LIM College Office of the Registrar prior to beginning your course. Students who have been accepted or wait-listed into a degree-granting college program may also apply. If you have graduated from college, please see the contact information below for instructions. For international students, English equivalency scores will be required. If you have graduated from college or require additional information