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St. Francis College offers both virtual and on-campus visit experiences.

Join an admissions counselor for a personalized appointment virtually or in person any weekday from 10 a.m. - 3 p.m. Campus tours are offered weekly and on Saturdays, from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m.

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Schedule Your On-Campus Visit

Join us at 179 Livingston Street for an on-campus visitor experience. Appointments include personalized appointments with an admissions counselor, a student-led campus tour, a walk through the Brooklyn Heights neighborhood and tour of our residence hall, or an on-the-spot admissions decision.
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International Undergraduate Virtual Appointments

Meet with the Assistant Director of International Admissions who will guide you through the international admissions, financial aid, and scholarship process. You will receive a link for your appointment after completing your registration. If you are an international graduate student, please email our Assistant Director of Graduate Admissions at [email protected].
Meet a Terrier

Chat With a Student Ambassador

Connecting with current students is a great way to learn first-hand what it’s like to be a Terrier. Prospective students are invited to schedule a conversation with one of our Student Ambassadors who can answer questions about our academic programs, campus life, the transition from high school to college, and studying at a school where New York City is our campus and Brooklyn is our backyard. This is your chance to connect with current students and ask them questions about the SFC experience!
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Residence Life Tour

Schedule a tour of 97 Columbia Heights, our new 11-floor residence, located within the beautiful and historic Brooklyn Heights neighborhood, across the street from the landmark Brooklyn Heights Promenade and within a short walk to Brooklyn Bridge Park, a world-class waterfront park full of amenities.
We've Moved

Learn About the New Campus

Located at 179 Livingston Street, only blocks away from our Remsen Street campus, explore the new state-of-the-art campus, where students are at the center of everything we do.

Arts and Culture

Going to school at St. Francis College puts you just minutes away from one of the top Egyptian Art collections in the world, stunning flora and fauna, breathtaking views of the Manhattan skyline and much, much more.

  • Brooklyn Academy of Music – The Brooklyn Academy of Music is noted for presenting world class performances of opera, theater and dance, as well as movie theaters showing everything from box office hits to Sundance Film Festival entries.
  • Brooklyn Botanic Garden – The Brooklyn Botanic Garden is a 52-acre living museum where beauty, romance and fun blossom among world-class plant collections and specialty gardens.
  • Brooklyn Historical Society – The Brooklyn Historical Society is a museum, library and educational center dedicated to encouraging the exploration and appreciation of Brooklyn's rich heritage. Students get free admission with SFC ID.
  • Brooklyn Library – It is the mission of Brooklyn Public Library to ensure the preservation and transmission of society's knowledge, history and culture, and to provide the people of Brooklyn with free and open access to information for education, recreation and reference.
  • Brooklyn Museum – The Brooklyn Museum is a bridge between the rich artistic heritage of world cultures, as embodied in its collections, and the unique experience of each visitor. You'll find everything from a world class permanent collection of Egyptian Art to contemporary exhibits on pop culture.
  • Grand Army Plaza – The enormous entryway at Grand Army Plaza stands as a stately opening to Brooklyn's famous Prospect Park.
  • Prospect Park – Designed by Frederick Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux, who also designed Central Park, this 585 acre oasis features a lake, audubon center and zoo.
  • Rubin Museum of Art – A short subway ride into Manhattan will take you to the Rubin Museum and a world class collection of international art and culture. Students get free admission with SFC ID.


In downtown Brooklyn or Brooklyn Heights, a stroll down Montague Street or up Court Street will take you on an international tour of restaurants and cafes. If you're looking for fine dining, a quick lunch or just a place to watch sports, you'll find it literally steps away from St. Francis College.

  • Armando Ristorante | 143 Montague Street

Italian cuisine for lunch and dinner.

  • Caffé Buon Gusto | 151 Montague Street

Reasonably priced lunch and dinners, with outdoor seating.

  • IHOP (Discount for SFC Students, Employees) | 253 Livingston Street

By presenting a valid St. Francis College ID to the cashier upon payment of their bill, students, faculty and staff will receive a 20% discount when dining at the IHOP at 253 Livingston Street or ordering takeout to be picked up. This offer is courtesy of Arkell Cox, a member of the SFC Board of Trustees and owner of several IHOP franchises.

*Please note that the discount is not applicable on delivery orders.

  • La Bagel Delight | 90 Court Street

For bagels, muffins, coffee and platters.

Full-service deli with soups, sandwiches and desserts.

  • Monty Q's Brick Oven Pizza | 158 Montague Street

Salad bar, pasta bar and pizza.

  • O'Keefe's Bar & Grill | 62 Court Street

Lunch and dinner are available, a full complement of televised sporting events.

  • Queen Ristorante | 84 Court Street

Formal sit-down Italian dining.

Explore more restaurants in the local area or download mySFC Mobile app for additional options.


There are a variety of places to stay near St. Francis College, from major chains to new boutique hotels. Below is a list of some of the most convenient. Also feel free to search for hotels in Lower Manhattan, just a subway stop away. Enter zip code 11201 into your searches for the closest hotels.

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