On the beautiful Upper East Side of New York, New York, lies Marymount Manhattan College (MMC). 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 liberal arts and sciences, business, communication and media arts, and the performing arts
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; Finance; History; Interdisciplinary Studies; International Business; International Studies; Management; Marketing; Musical Theatre; Philosophy and Religious Studies; Politics and Human Rights; Psychology; Public Health; Public Relations and Strategic Communication; Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology; Theatre Arts; Theatre Design and Technology; Urban and Environmental Studies
Minors and Pre-professional Programs: Accounting, Applied Mathematics, Art History, Art Therapy, Arts for Communities, Arts Management, Asian Studies, Biology, Business Management, Chemistry, Communication Arts, Creative Writing, Dance, Digital Journalism, Drama Therapy, Economics, English and World Literatures, Environmental Studies, Fashion Studies, Forensic Psychology, Gender and Sexuality Studies, Graphic Design, History, International Studies, Journalism, Language Sciences, Law and Ethics, Music, 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
25% from New York State (of which 13% are from New York City)
69% 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: $18,422
Medical Insurance/Books: $3,353
Financial Aid: Need-based aid is available for US citizens and permanent residents only. International students may qualify for up to $18,000 in international merit scholarships based on GPA and SAT scores, which are required to be considered. Fine and performing arts scholarships up to $10,000 are available based on an audition or portfolio review.
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), IELTS (overall band score minimum of 6), or Pearson’s Academic (minimum of 58).
Application Deadlines and Fees: Early Decision (November 1), Early Action (December 1), and Regular Decision (rolling); $60 application fee