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Tours of the United Nations building (left) are available throughout the year.
Adding to NYC diversity are the visitors/tourists who come to the city each year to experience the city and visit its many attractions, including the United Nations, the New York Stock Exchange, the Statue of Liberty, Central Park, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Empire State Building, Rockefeller Center, and the Broadway theaters.

Whatever your interests, you should be able to find opportunities for them at your college and definitely throughout the city of New York. To learn more about life in New York, visit NYC.gov.

Finally, there are also off-campus organizations that work with CUNY to provide worthwhile cultural experiences for students. One To World is a private, non-profit organization, dedicated to creating cross-cultural understanding by encouraging cultural, social, and intellectual exchange between Americans and people from other countries. One To World offers community visits, walking tours, conferences, career programs, and social nights.
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