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Simon School Has New NYC Location Site at New York Law School in Tribeca capitalizes on resources of both programs.
simon (Illustration: Steve Boerner)

The Simon Business School is on the move in New York City, changing its location this summer from a commercial office building in midtown Manhattan to the Tribeca campus of New York Law School, subject to approval by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education.

The agreement between the two institutions is a creative, multiyear arrangement that aims to optimize resources and capitalize on the different schedules and programs of the two institutions. Simon offers courses in the city for 13-month, part-time graduate programs designed for working professionals, with master’s programs in finance, management, and health care management. Simon students attend classes primarily on weekends, while students of the law school are in class largely during the week.

The move is intended to provide Simon students with a comprehensive learning environment, with direct access to Wall Street, the city’s civic center, and its technology corridor. The partnership will create the only co-located law school and business school under one roof in New York City. The schools will also work on developing opportunities for legal coursework for Simon students and business education for the law students.

—Charla Kucko