College, founded in 1936, offers outstanding programs in liberal arts and sciences, business, communications and media arts, and the performing arts. MMC currently enrolls approximately 2,000 full- and part-time students from 48 states and 50 countries, drawn to the College’s strong academic tradition and the rich ethnic and cultural diversity that makes New York the most cosmopolitan of international cities.
MMC is recognized for its small classes, personalized academics, committed advisors, and outstanding faculty. With 29 majors and more than 40 minors and pre-professional programs to choose from, students at MMC are prepared to meet the challenges of the 21st century. They gain the practical skills of communicating ideas, solving problems, and seeing broader points of view that are essential in successfully navigating an ever-changing and increasingly demanding work environment.
Students at MMC can tailor their bachelor’s degrees to find the right programs for them. If students have several interests and skills, they are encouraged to sample from a wide variety of foundation courses and advanced disciplinary courses or pursue the liberal studies programs for a broad base of knowledge. All students are assigned a faculty advisor for individual degree planning, graduate school, and career guidance.
Your career begins on day one
At MMC “college” and “career” go hand in hand. The College’s urban location means students are never more than a few steps or subway stops from Wall Street, Broadway, Museum Mile, the United Nations, TV networks, and everything else the city has to offer.
CityEdge, MMC’s unique four-year college-to-career program, gives every student a personalized liberal arts education combined with career development opportunities in the heart of New York City. A city-infused curriculum, research opportunities, internships, community engagement experiences, and career mentorship are just a few of the advantages students receive from the CityEdge program.
The best of both worlds
In August 2015 MMC opened the doors to its newest residence hall, Cooper Square, located in the bustling East Village neighborhood. The Cooper Square residence hall is a short subway ride to MMC’s main campus and a quick walk to iconic theatres and performance spaces, great restaurants, and rich cultural attractions. Amenities include a fitness center, student lounge, bicycle storage room, and a beautiful wrap-around terrace.
In the summer of 2015, MMC’s Division of Communication and Media Arts underwent a major makeover, installing a state-of-the-art Digital Media Production Studio equipped with a TV control room, TV studio, and audio recording facility. These spaces mirror national news production studios, offering students significant experiential learning opportunities.
On the beautiful Upper East Side of New York City lies Marymount Manhattan College. Students enjoy jogging, biking, and other outdoor recreational activities in Central Park, only four blocks from campus. Many shops, restaurants, museums, and art galleries are within walking distance of MMC. The city has everything you can imagine and is one of the most exciting places in the world in which to study and live.
Type of school: Private, four-year, coeducational, nonsectarian college offering outstanding programs in the performing arts, creative media, and liberal arts and sciences
Size of Campus: Two high-rise buildings, the Faculty Center, and residence halls in Midtown and the East Village of Manhattan
Number of Students: Approximately 2,000 undergraduates (6% international undergraduate population)
Number of Faculty: 93 full time, 206 part time
Colleges, Programs, and Degrees:
Majors: Acting, Art, Art History, Behavioral Neuroscience, Biology, Biomedical Sciences, Business, Cinema, Television and Emerging Media, Communication Arts, Dance, Digital Journalism, Digital Media and Video Production, English and World Literatures, Entrepreneurship, Environmental Studies, Finance, Interdisciplinary Studies, International Business, International Studies, Management, Marketing, Philosophy and Religious Studies, Politics and Human Rights, Psychology, Public Health, Public Relations and Strategic Communication, Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology, Theatre Arts
Minors and Pre-professional Programs: Accounting, Art History, Art Therapy, Arts for Communities, Arts Management, Asian Studies, Biology, Business Management, Chemistry, Creative Writing, Dance, Drama Therapy, Economics, English and World Literatures, Environmental Studies, Fashion Studies, Forensic Psychology, Gender and Sexuality Studies, Graphic Design, History, International Studies, Journalism, Justice Studies, Language Sciences, Music, Musical Theatre, Neuroscience, Philosophy, Photography, Political Science, Pre-dental, Pre-law, Pre-medical, Pre-veterinary, Psychology, Religious Studies, Social Work, Sociology, Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology, Studio Art, Theatre Arts
33% from New York State (of which 24% are from New York City)
61% from other states in the United States
6% from outside the United States
International Student Services: On-campus counseling and assistance from international office and advisement staff
International Student Budget:
Housing Fee $15,990
Medical Insurance/Books $2,600
Financial Aid: Need-based aid is available for US citizens and permanent residents only. International students may qualify for a $6,000 international merit scholarship based on GPA and SAT scores, which are required to be considered.
Test Score Requirements: Students whose first language is not English are required to take the TOEFL (minimum score of 213 computer-based, 80 Internet-based), ILETS (overall band score minimum of 6), or Pearson’s Test (minimum of 58).
Application Deadlines and Fees:
Rolling admission; $60 application fee