UAI's Post Secondary Department




With some of the highest college persistence rates across high schools in Brooklyn, our counselors’ hard work pays off: UAI students have been accepted to colleges and universities that include:

Alfred State                                            

Alfred University 

Baruch College

Barnard College

Bentley University

Borough of Manhattan CC

Boston University

Brooklyn College

Buffalo State College

Columbia University

Clarkson University

Champlain College

City College

College of Staten Island

Columbia University

Connecticut College

Cornell University

Daemen College

Drexel University

Guttman CC

Hampton University

Howard University

Hunter College

Ithaca College

John Jay College

Keuka College

Kingsborough CC

Lafayette College

Le Moyne College

Lehman College

Marymount Manhattan College

Medgar Evers College

Mount Saint Mary College

Nazareth College

NYC College of


Pace University


Institute of NYU

Queens College

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

Rochester Institute of Technology

Schenectady CC

Siena College

Skidmore College


Smith College

St. Thomas Aquinas College

Stony Brook University

SUNY Albany

SUNY Binghamton

SUNY Canton

SUNY Cortland

SUNY Geneseo

SUNY Old Westbury

SUNY Oswego

SUNY Plattsburgh

SUNY Potsdam

SUNY University at Buffalo

Syracuse University

Temple University

Tompkins Cortland

Tuskeegee University

Trinity University

University of Maryland

University of Mass, Amherst

Utica College


Vaughn College

Virginia State

Wentworth Institute


UAI Seniors, Deanna Petterson and Vilcina Laplante featured in Girls Inc College Shower Highlights

College Exploration in middle school? YES! 

For middle school students, it is a very important time to begin to think about future plans, know how to make long and short-term goals and understand the connection between their own actions and positive results - hard work and commitment pays off in good grades and opportunity.  Here is a Great Guide  for parents of middle school students who may want to learn more about what college and career readiness in middle school looks like. 


College and Career planning starts in 9th Grade!

High school is a time for students to focus academically, challenge themselves and build a resume that showcases who they are and where their strengths lie. College planning starts in 9th grade. Students and families must be aware of the long term impact Grade Point Averages (GPAs), Advanced Placement Courses and Exams like the SATs play on college admission and access to financial aid and scholarships.  The more information students and families have, the better they are at making informed decisions and planning for the future



Go on a Virtual Campus Tour - Colleges throughout New York State offer Virtual Campus Tours How cool is that! From your living room your daughter can explore college campuses throughout NY State to get a better sense of what that particular school has to offer.  Want to visit a college campus outside of NY State CLICK HERE


Learn About Different Colleges - NiCHE is a helpful website that provides information about specific colleges you may be interested in learning about.


Educate Yourself on NY City and NY State Schools -  CUNY and SUNY  


Learn more about the PSAT, the SAT and Advanced Placement Classes: COLLEGE BOARD