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Touro’s Lander Colleges

Touro’s Lander Colleges have educated generations of Jewish students and prepared them for careers in law, medicine, accounting, finance, the health sciences, psychology and more. The school has three campuses—Brooklyn (separate men’s/women’s program), Queens (men’s program) and Manhattan (women’s program). All three campuses offer an Honors program track and generous academic scholarships. All food served on campus is kosher. Minyanim are held (Mincha/Maariv) on campus at Touro in Flatbush and in Queens there are minyanim for Shacharit/Mincha/Maariv daily.

Career-driven curriculum. Friendly atmosphere. Torah values. Touro’s Lander Colleges provide a top-notch education, in an atmosphere that’s in sync with students’ Jewish ideals and religious needs. Students are serious and focused on their professional development, and at the same time determined to strengthen their Torah lives. Touro offers an excellent return on investment—students and alumni gain employment at top firms, enjoy a high rate of acceptance to graduate and professional programs and land career-advancing internships. Touro’s small size allows students to cultivate relationships with professors, and become active members of a warm, supportive community.

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