Sing, dance, or study urban ecology. At MMC, you can do it all.

With outstanding programs in the sciences, social sciences, communications, humanities, business and the performing arts, MMC students have the academic world in the palms of their hands.

“The small class sizes allowed me to know my professors as people, not just educators, so much so that one interviewer commented that my letter of recommendation was one of the best they’ve ever read.”
Olympia Gaglioti, Class of 2012

At MMC, you don’t have to choose one or the other.

Don’t just learn how the body moves — learn how the body works. Take a class in theatrical dialects — then learn about the development of language. At MMC, you don’t have to study just one thing. Our students learn to think and thrive creatively and scientifically.

“At Marymount Manhattan, I could basically create my own program combining my passions in dance, theater and writing.”

Ryan Kasprzak Class of 2003

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  • The Presidential Search is Underway

    The College has officially launched its presidential search. The profile prepared by the Search Committee and additional information about the search, including the publications in which the position is being advertised, are now available.
  • Homecoming Weekend Begins Oct. 24th

    Join us for our annual celebration of you! Whether as a parent, student, friend, or alumni, you play an important role in what makes our institution so special. Please join us on October 24-26 for a weekend of family, fun, and friends!
  • Book Discussion: “What Jackie Taught Us”

    Please join us during Homecoming Weekend for a discussion with author Tina Santi Flaherty. Ms. Flaherty will discuss her book What Jackie Taught Us: Lessons from the Remarkable Life of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis.
  • Meet MMC’s New Full-Time Faculty

    Marymount Manhattan College welcomed six new full-time faculty for the 2014-15 academic year.
  • Open House

    The Open House program allows prospective students an opportunity to tour the campus, visit the residence hall, and learn about student life, academic programs, and the admission and financial aid process.
  • MMC Encore: Theatre Alums Return to Speak to New Students

    On Friday, August 29, ten Theatre Arts alumni returned to the College to participate in a panel for incoming theatre students covering a range of topics, including what to expect during their time at Marymount Manhattan, their possible career prospects upon graduation, tips for navigating both the College and the City, and more.
  • Student Spotlight: EWL Major Published in Salon

    English & World Literatures major Alex-Quan Minh Pham recently had an article published in
  • Introducing a New Major: Environmental Studies

    The Department of Natural Sciences has just introduced a new major: Environmental Studies. Its objective is to foster an integrated understanding of environmental issues encompassing perspectives from the curriculum’s three broad disciplines - humanities, natural science, and social science. This will offer abundant opportunities for students to supplement their academic learning with experiences outside the classroom.
  • Celebrate Lincoln with MMC Alums in DC

    Marymount Manhattan College cordially invites alumni, parents, and friends to join us for a pre-show reception followed by a performance of Freedom’s Song in Washington, DC. Jeff Calhoun (Newsies) directs the concert-style review, which includes musical numbers from Frank Wildhorn’s The Civil War. Before heading to the show, meet and mingle with other friends of MMC at a special pre-show reception, including Mr. Wildhorn and Mr. Calhoun, both of whom are longtime friends of MMC.
  • Art & Psychology: Expressive Therapies Summit at MMC

    The Expressive Therapies Summit features a distinguished faculty of clinicians, papers, panels, workshops and full-day master classes throughout Manhattan. Adjunct Profressor Rachel Brandoff, ATR-BC, ATCS, BCPC, LCAT is the Executive Coordinator of the conference and teaches the popular Art Therapy: Principles and Practices course each semester.