New York is the city where the educational system is very dynamic and also the student oriented. The term student oriented is referred to the syllabus or the courses that are chosen according to the preference of the students. There is no compulsion for taking some programs in which the student is not comfortable with. The passion and the wish of the students are given the priority and the curriculum is set accordingly. There are numerous colleges and the university in New York which provides thousands of courses to provide the students with the maximum options for studying and making the expertise in it to utilize the knowledge in the future ahead.
The H & W Smith college:
The Hobert and Willam Smith college in short the H & W Smith college is one of the most reputed colleges of New York university NY. The college was at first known as the Geneva college. The Geneva college which was formerly known as the Geneva Academy under the New York university was established in the year 1796. In the year 1860 it was named after the Bishop Hobert and came to be known as the Hobert college which was a men’s college. In the year 1903 the millionaire William Smith established the colleges of Seneca which was later named William Smith college of New York university NY. Later in the year of 1906 the two colleges were assembled together and became the coeducational institute called Hobert and Willam Smith College.
Academic programs of the college:
There are the major and minor courses for the students in New York University NY. in the major category there are the courses like African studies, American studies, architectural studies, studio art, history art, biology, anthropology, Asian studies, classics, dance, comparative literature, economics, English, Greek, European studies, computer science, French, chemistry, biochemistry, Latin, Spanish, philosophy, religious studies, music, media, physics, mathematics, political science, psychology, sociology ans so on and in the minor category in the New York university there are education, classical studies, aesthetics, theatre, health, law, middle eastern studies, civic, child advocacy, german, social justice etc at the university in New York.
The campus of the college of the New York university is big enough and it consists with many halls and buildings like the Coxe hall, Gulick hall, Scandling Campus center, William Hall, Smith Hall, Stern hall, Trinity Hall, Demarest Hall, Merrit Hall, Napier Hall, Warren Hunting Smith Library, Katherine D. Eliot Hall, Houghton House, Goldstein Family carriage Hall, Eaton Hall, Lansing Hall, Roseberg Hall at the university in New York.
For the men there are the dormitories in the following halls like Geneva Hall, Medbery Hall, Durfee Hall, Bartlett Hall, The Mini Quad, Hale Hall and for the women’s dormitories are in the houses like Miller House, Comstock house, Blackwell House and the Hirshson House. There are coed dormitories also in the Jackson Hall, Potter Hall and the Rees Hall.