The full list of City University of New York colleges and schools is available at cuny.edu/about/colleges.html. In addition to The Macaulay Honors College, 11 senior colleges, seven community colleges and five graduate and professional schools are located throughout the five boroughs.
While both the CUNY and SUNY systems are public institutions funded by the State of New York, the CUNY network also receives funding from New York City. The two represent the largest (SUNY) and third-largest public university systems in the United States.
Senior colleges in Manhattan include Baruch College, City College of New York, Hunter College and John Jay College of Criminal Justice. Community Colleges within Manhattan include Borough of Manhattan Community College and Stella and Charles Guttman Community College. Manhattan is also home to The Macauley Honors College and four graduate and professional schools: CUNY Graduate Center, CUNY Graduate School of Journalism, CUNY School of Professional Studies and the CUNY School of Public Health.
Schools in Queens include CUNY School of Law, LaGuardia Community College, Queens College, Queensborough Community College and York College. CUNY colleges and schools in Brooklyn include Brooklyn College, Kingsborough Community College, Medgar Evers College and New York City College of Technology. The Bronx is home to Bronx Community College, Hostos Community College and Lehman College, while Staten Island is the site of College of Staten Island.