Hofstra University is New York’s largest private college. The university is located approximately 25 miles east of New York City, less than an hour away by car or train. The university currently has about 150 undergraduate and about 160 graduate programs to choose from, in Liberal Arts and Sciences, Business, Communication, Education, Health and Human Services and Honors studies, as well as a School of Law and School of Medicine. The student-faculty ratio is an impressive 14 to 1.
Hofstra offers students a diverse mix of cultural, social, athletic and recreational activities to deliver. the full college experience. The university is located on a beautiful, 240-acre campus on Long Island, with easy access to the academic, cultural and career opportunities in the New York City metropolitan area.
The school has hosted conferences and symposia featuring dignitaries such as Margaret Thatcher and Howard Dean. Hofstra is renowned for a series of illustrious Presidential conferences, at which the administrations of former U.S. Presidents—most recently, Bill Clinton—are debated by leading political figures and intellectuals.