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Become your best self at Merrimack

Over 100 academic programs
Merrimack helps you discover your interests and turn them into a lifelong career. We offer a wealth of academic programs for you to pursue, including opportunities to major, minor, and double-major across disciplines. With the options available at Merrimack, you have the ability to craft a truly enriching academic journey.

Contemporary Catholic college with deep Augustinian roots
Students perform more than 30,000 service hours every year through organizations such as MerrimAction, Alternative Spring Break, and Relay For Life. Embodying the Augustinian values of service to others, our commitment to helping those in needallows students to grow and carry these values on for a lifetime.

Award-winning O’Brien Center for Student Success
Using our extensive career development services and resources, our career advisors work closely with you to help you mold your story and build your personal brand as a marketable future employee. They will also assist you in obtaining internships and co-ops that will enrich your education and elevate your understanding of your field of study. The result? Ninety-seven percent of Merrimack graduates are working full-time or are pursuing their master’s degree within nine months of graduation.

Small-town community, big-city access
Merrimack’s expansive 220-acre campus is located in a picturesque suburban community 25 miles from Boston. The latest additions to campus include two new residential villages; Writers House; Bloomberg-equipped markets lab; state-of-the-art health science, physics, and engineering labs; and a world-class athletic training facility.




• Location: North Andover, Massachusetts; Merrimack College students enjoy small-town perks and big-city access. With downtown Andover’s boutiques and bookstores within walking distance and Boston 25 miles away, Merrimack offers the best of both worlds.
• Type: Merrimack is a private Catholic college with an Augustinian heritage.
• Size of Campus: 220 acres
• Number of Students: 2,900 undergraduates
• Number of Faculty: 185 full-time faculty
• Colleges, Programs, and Degrees: Merrimack’s four colleges (School of Education and Social Policy, School of Science and Engineering, School of Liberal Arts, and the Girard School of Business)
offer more than 100 innovative academic programs.
• Graduate Programs: Merrimack offers over 15 master’s degrees in accounting, computer science, criminology and criminal justice, education, engineering, health sciences, management, and public affairs.
• Geographic Diversity: Our students come from 32 states and 29 countries.
• Application Deadlines and Fees:
Spring Semester: January 6Fall Semester: August 15No application fee

10 reasons to consider Merrimack College
• Welcoming community that makes you feel right at home, right away
• Approachable, friendly faculty who act as mentors, friends, and advocates, both inside and outside the classroom
• Division I men’s and women’s hockey games, Frisbee competitions, and barbecues in the quad—our beautiful 220-acre
campus buzzes with fun activities all year long.
• Quaint New England town with access to Boston—a world-class city
• Campus-wide commitment to community service (to the tune of more than 30,000 hours each year) that reflects our Augustinian roots
• 97% of our 2014 graduates were either enrolled in graduate school or found employment within nine months of graduation.
• Nationally ranked academics and active, hands-on learning opportunities that prepare you for the real world
• Students who have earned an associate degree can earn both a bachelor’s and master’s degree in only three years.
• Amazing alumni network that connects you with 23,000 fellow Warriors
• Small classroom sizes, so you feel supported and encouraged in your studies

Majors and Concentrations
• Art and Art History
• Athletic Training
• Biochemistry
• Biology
- Ecology and Environmental Biology
- Integrative Biology (Pre-dental, Pre-med, Pre-veterinary)
- Molecular and Cellular Biology and Biotechnology

• Business Administration
- Accounting
- Finance
- International Business
- Management
- Marketing
- Sport Management

• Chemistry
• Civil Engineering
• Communication Studies
• Computer Science
• Criminology
• Digital Design
• Economics
• Education
- Early Childhood Education
- Elementary Education
- High School Education
- Middle School Education
- Moderate Disabilities
• Electrical Engineering
- Computer Engineering
- Electrical Engineering
• English
- Creative Writing
- Literary Studies

• Environmental Studies and Sustainability
• Exercise Science
• French
• Health Science
- Nutrition
- Public Health

• History
• Human Development
- Early Childhood Education
- Elementary Education
- Moderate Disabilities
- Psychology
- School and Society

• Information Technology
• International Studies
• Italian Studies
• Mathematics
• Mathematics Economics
• Mechanical Engineering
• Philosophy
• Physics
- Embedded Controller
• Political Science
- Moral and Political
• Psychology
• Religious Studies
- Religious Studies
- Theological Studies

• Romance Languages
• Self-Designed Major
• Social Justice
• Sociology
• Spanish
• STEM Education
• Theater Arts
• Undeclared
• Women’s and Gender Studies