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The Flatbush Men's Division

About...

The Flatbush Men’s Division

The Flatbush Men’s Division of the Lander College is uniquely suited for highly motivated students who wish to earn a meaningful, goal-oriented baccalaureate degree in a supportive Jewish environment. Through its Flatbush Division Touro enables men of our community to complete a high quality education, developing the competencies and attaining the credentials necessary for professional advancement and a rewarding career.

A Modern Campus

Built as a state-of-the-art facility, Touro’s Flatbush Campus at Avenue J and East 16 Street, in the Midwood section of Brooklyn, opened in 1995. In September 1997, The New York State Education Department officially designated this site as The Flatbush Branch Campus of Touro College.

This seven story modern campus includes an entire floor of science laboratories (biology, chemistry and physics), three computer laboratories, twenty-five spacious classrooms, the college library and two library reading rooms, a student lounge, and service and support offices, including the office of the registrar, the counseling and placement center, and academic department offices.

Conveniently adjacent to subway and bus transportation, the Touro Flatbush Campus is accessible from all areas of Brooklyn, and can be reached easily from Queens and Manhattan, as well as from Long Island and Rockland County.