Author Archives: Graduate Admissions Team

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Where is Bank Street this week?

Representatives from the Graduate Admissions office will be at a number of different fairs this week:

– Tuesday, October 1 – 
Washington, D.C. Idealist Graduate Fair (5:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.)
Binghamton University Graduate Fair (11:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.)
Ithaca College Graduate Fair (5:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.)

– Wednesday, October 2 –
Cornell University Graduate Fair (11:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.)

Click here to find out more information. Stop by to say hi!

Where is Bank Street this week?

If you’re interested in graduate programs in education and want to talk to an admissions representative, there are two opportunities to meet with someone this week:

Boston Idealist Graduate School Fair
775 Commonwealth Avenue
September 25, 2013
5pm-8pm

SUNY New Paltz Graduate School Fair
Student Union Multi-Purpose Room
September 26, 2013
11:30am – 3:00pm

We hope to see you!

Bank Street at Idealist Graduate Fair: 9/16/2013 from 5-8 pm

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Are you interested in learning more about Bank Street’s graduate programs? Come visit us at tonight’s Idealist.org Graduate Fair in New York City, at the Metropolitan Pavilion on 18th Street between 6th and 7th Avenues.

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Bank Street College at Graduate Fairs

Bank Street College at Graduate Fairs

The Graduate Admissions Office will be attending a number of graduate school fairs in the Northeast within the coming months. Click the picture to find out where Bank Street will be and say hi to us if you see us around!

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Tweet at tonight’s Barbara Biber Lecture!

Tweet at tonight's Barbara Biber Lecture!

If you’ll be coming to tonight’s New Student Orientation, tweet your thoughts at the Barbara Biber lecture with the hashtag #biber19

Textbooks, textbooks, textbooks!

textbook screenshotAt Bank Street College, textbookx.com is the official place to get your textbooks for your classes. The website gives you an opportunity to search by term, class, and class section, so make sure you choose the right professors and classes when getting your book lists! The textbooks are sold at a discounted rate.

However, this is not the only place to get your textbooks online. Make sure that you shop around for the best price on a book. BIGWORDS, Book Finder, and Campus Books are 3 of many sites that do price comparisons for book titles.

Are you purchasing your books from Amazon? You might want to check out Amazon Student, a program that entitles you to an Amazon Prime account at a discounted rate. Among the many benefits is free two-day shipping, so you can get your textbooks quickly! Amazon, along with websites like Chegg and eCampus, also allow you to rent textbooks.

NYPL_logo1_black_posLast but not least, there are libraries (like the one here at Bank Street). Look at a local New York Public Library branch to see their book collection. You might find that the book you need for class is available (and for an extended period of time). Try the Morningside Heights branch of the New York Public Library, it’s only one block away from Bank Street! The Schwarzmann Branch of the NYPL (located by Bryant Park) has a large selection of books in the research section. Many textbooks are located in this section, although you can only check them out for a few hours at a time.

Good luck hunting for textbook bargains!