The Egg is an extraordinary dining venue, providing seating for nearly 500 students with an additional 150 seats available outdoors. But it’s so much more than just a place to eat.
There’s plenty to do outside the classroom at the CIA, and the hub of that activity at the New York campus is the Student Commons. This amazing, fully integrated facility houses student dining and recreation, administrative offices, and classrooms. Open daily from 7 a.m. to 11 p.m., the Student Commons is the place on campus for CIA students to dine, play, learn, and just hang out with friend
Just look at everything The Egg has to offer:
A wide variety of dining choices at The Line, The Café, and the Innovation Station that will be home to the foodservice concept designed and operated by bachelor’s degree students
Brewery that will serve as a classroom and production facility for the campus—the result of a partnership between the CIA and Brooklyn Brewery
A library and free book exchange with a fireplace study area
Seven lounge areas with couches, armchairs, and cocktail tables
Private room for student club meetings and dining
A stage for open mic nights, karaoke, comedy shows, cooking demos, and more
A piano for impromptu use
Three 12×10 multimedia screens
State-of-the-art sound system
Over 50 device-charging stations
High speed Wi-Fi access
Complimentary purified sparkling water stations
Convenient ATM and mailbox access
Live edible plant and herb wall
Marketplace featuring a variety of fresh, seasonal foods and beverages for purchase
Students will be served breakfast, lunch, and dinner, with opportunities for after-hours dining as well.
All dining options available seven days a week from 11 a.m.–11 p.m.
Mini coffee pastry shop open from 7 a.m.–11 p.m. when the college is in session
High Volume Production Breakfast available beginning at 5:30 a.m. when that class is in session
Student Recreation Center
One of the main areas of the Student Commons provides students with a wide variety of centralized, on-campus athletic and recreation options. These include:
Circuit training area
Yoga and Pilates room
Gymnasium with two official-size basketball/volleyball courts
Two racquetball courts
Outdoor sports facilities include an athletic field for softball and soccer, and two tennis courts.
Students can also enjoy nearby Catskill and Berkshire ski areas, local golf courses, Taconic State Park, and New York City museums and theaters. Call 845-451-1400 for information on weekend activities and excursions in the Hudson Valley.
Student Affairs Wing
The Student Affairs Wing will house four major CIA departments:
Dean of Student Affairs
Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)
In addition, several of the college’s main student organizations will have meeting space in this area, including: