TYPE OF SCHOOL: Marist’s Florence, Italy, campus is an independent, coeducational, residential liberal arts institution. Courses are taught in English.
SIZE OF CAMPUS: The Florence campus is situated in the city center of this European city.
NUMBER OF STUDENTS: There are several hundred students studying at the Marist-LdM campus among the many academic programs.
NUMBER OF FACULTY: Marist undergraduate students benefit from a 15:1 student-faculty ratio. The faculty are international; some are based in Florence, while others are visiting from the New York campus.
COLLEGES, PROGRAMS, AND DEGREES: Marist’s Florence campus offers undergraduate and graduate degrees, as well as opportunities to study abroad and programs for high school students.
• Bachelor of Arts in Fine Arts—Art History
• Bachelor of Arts in Fine Arts—Studio Art
• Bachelor of Arts in Italian
• Bachelor of Fine Arts in Fashion Design
• Bachelor of Fine Arts in Interior Design
• Bachelor of Science in Communication/Global Marketing Communication
• Bachelor of Science in Conservation Studies
• Bachelor of Science in Digital Media
• Bachelor of Science in Studio Art
• Master of Arts in Museum Studies
GEOGRAPHIC DIVERSITY: Florence students come from all corners of the United States and the world. Students represent many different states, and over 25% of the student body is from outside the United States.
FINANCIAL AID: 90% of students receive financial aid from the College.
TEST SCORE REQUIREMENTS: Marist has established a test-optional policy for admission. Applicants are not required to submit SAT or ACT scores to receive consideration for admission. Non-native English speakers are required to submit either the TOEFL or IELTS exam results.
APPLICATION DEADLINES AND FEES: Marist’s Florence campus offers rolling admission; the application fee is $50. Portfolios are required for the BS in Studio Art and for Design majors.