• Make connections.

    With an 11-to-1 student to faculty ratio, you’ll be getting a first-rate education from the leaders in your field, whether that’s business, biology, literature, or anything in-between.

  • Make a difference.

    Your donation can help us provide a Marymount Manhattan education to students for years to come. Right now, for every 2 dollars you give, Judy and Russ Carson will match 1 dollar. Now more than ever is the time to give!

  • Big city. Small school.

    Join the Marymount Manhattan family and get the best of both worlds—the limitless opportunities of one of the world’s greatest cities combined with the personal approach of a small college.

  • Choose your own path.

    Digital Journalism and Cinema, Television, and Emerging Media are just two of our 27 majors. Plus, with more than 40 minors and programs, you can tailor your degree to match your interests.

  • Fashion Ave. to Wall St.

    Discover your competitive advantage—MMC offers comprehensive B.S. programs in Entrepreneurship, Marketing and more, as well as a B.A. in Business for students interested in arts, media, fashion, or entertainment.

  • Start your career.

    Don’t wait till graduation to find your dream job—our internship programs connect you to leaders in every industry, from Rolling Stone magazine and Comedy Central to the United Nations and The New York Times.

  • Start here. Go far.

    Jenna Ushkowitz ’07 got her start at Marymount Manhattan, going on to star in Spring Awakening and six seasons of Glee. Jenna recently produced an award-winning documentary and founded Kindred: The Foundation for Adoption. She’ll be appearing in the upcoming musical film Hello Again.

  • Feb. 5–7: MMC Presents Frank Wildhorn’s “Zelda”

    Feb. 5–7: MMC Presents Frank Wildhorn’s “Zelda”

    MMC Theatre Production Workshop presents the musical Zelda, which follows the story Jazz Age icons F. Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald. In an intimate staging at National Dance Institute, this vivacious and sweeping romantic tale explores ambition, innovation, and the indomitable power of human connection. Music by Frank Wildhorn H’14.