Adrian G. Marcuse Library
The Adrian G. Marcuse Library houses a unique and specialized collection that focuses on the fashion industry and LIM College's major areas of study. Located on the 14th floor of Maxwell Hall, the library houses approximately 15,000 print books, 700 DVDs, 700 periodicals e-books in areas to match your interests.
Office of Academic Advising
The Office of Academic Advising helps students plan their journey towards graduation from LIM College. Gain answers to frequently asked questions and learn how an academic advisor can assist you to reach your educational goals.
Office of the Registrar
As a liaison between academic and administrative offices, the Office of the Registrar maintains private student information. The Office of the Registrar assists you with changing addresses, verifying enrollment, requesting transcripts and much more.
LIM College offers distance learning for select courses each semester. Distance learning gives students flexibility to complete courses online while satisfying the same requirements toward their degree as a traditional, face-to-face education.
Blackboard is an easy-to-use online course management system that is available 24/7. Through the use of Blackboard, instructors can post syllabi, readings, and assignments as well as communicate via email, virtual chats or discussion boards. Some additional features include: Course Announcements, Course Calendars, Blogs, Journals, Online Quizzes, Surveys, Exams and Group Work.
If you encounter Blackboard-related problems at any point, please contact LIM College's 24/7 Blackboard support at (646) 218-2190 or visit the Online Blackboard Support Center.
Office of Counseling & Accessibility Services
Adjusting to the pressures of student life can be difficult. The Office of Counseling & Accessibility Services is here to help students make the most of their LIM College experience, both personally and academically. Our free and confidential services include mental health counseling, disabilities advocacy, consultation, referrals to off-campus resources, workshops and more.
The course catalog offers information about how to apply to LIM College, the courses we offer and how to afford your education. It's a valuable resource for new and current LIM College students.
Learning Outcomes Assessment
Faculty and staff evaluate learning objectives and program curriculums based upon undergraduate students' progress toward objectives as defined in the Learning Outcomes Assessment.