I live right by the F line in midtown, about 25-30 min from the Kew Gardens stop. St.Johns says that they have a shuttle bus to the campus if I can catch it....
People are saying it might be an hour commute, hopefully less. Is this realistic? Will the commute kill me?
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I'm an undergrad at STJ right now. It'll be around an hour commute, depending on whether or not you catch the shuttle or how long you have to wait for a bus. The Q46 picks up at the Kew Gardens station and will take you to right to campus essentially. It's possible to do this but I wouldn't recommend it; living in Manhattan I'm sure you can appreciate the annoyances with public transit and I know that I personally would never make it to class. You may be different, but either way the commute is going to suck.
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That's crappy to hear.. Evaluating my safeties is going to be a b*tch, between seton hall which I can get to in 25 min, albeit terrified of getting knifed on the way, and stj, which is in a nice area but so so far from the rest of my life.