Marymount Manhattan College is a small, dynamic liberal arts college on the Upper East Side of Manhattan.
MMC offers special programs such as an Academic Year Abroad, Performing Arts in London, and cooperative degrees with Pace University. Academic departments also make extensive use of the plethora of resources available to us through the affiliations of our faculty and to our New York City location.
Admission is based on a combination of factors including standardized test scores, high school record, college transcripts (if applicable), counselor/employer recommendations and a 250 - 500-word essay. Marymount Manhattan College’s policy prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin, religion, age, disability, veteran status or other basis prohibited by law.
Marymount Manhattan College is accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education. It is independently chartered to grant degrees by the Board of Regents of the University of the State of New York.
Graduation & Retention
Fall 2013 Enrolled Full-time Students: Gender # % Female 1207 75.8% Male 386 24.2% Total 1593 100% Fall 2013 Enrolled Full-time Students: Ethnicity/Race # % White 978 61.4% Hispanic 264 16.6% Black 122 7.7% Internation (non-US citizens) 88 5.5% Asian 58 3.6% Native American 14 0.9% Two or more races 15 0.9% Did not answer 54 3.4% Total 1593 100 Fall 2012 Full-time, First-time Bachelor’s Retention Rate Full-time, first-time Fall 2012 bachelor’s cohort 461 Students from Fall 2012 cohort still enrolled as of Fall 2013 304 Full-time, first-time Fall 2012 bachelor’s cohort retention rate 65.9% Graduation Rate of Fall 2007 Degree-seeking, First-time, Full-time Undergraduate Students Full-time, first-time Fall 2007 bachelor’s cohort 470 Students from Fall 2007 cohort graduated by August 31, 2013 208 Fall 2007 cohort graduation rate 44.3%
Class of 2014 Graduate Exit Survey plans:
In our graduate survey of 425 graduating students, there were 340 respondents (for a response rate of 80%). Of those responding at graduation, 64% had been offered some form of employment. 14% had received or were deciding on graduate school and professional school offers. A further 6.1% intended to travel, accept a fellowship or teach abroad.
SP14 Graduates: Education Plans
Accepted at graduate/professional school and will attend
Accepted at graduate/professional school and will defer
Wait-listed at graduate/professional school
Still deciding and/or waiting for responses from graduate/professional schools
Plan to apply to graduate/professional school within the next year
Do not plan to apply to graduate/professional school in the near future
Other (will probably apply after 1 or more years)
(Source: Spring 2014 Graduate Exit Survey)
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Privacy of Student Records – Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)
National Student Loan Data System (NSLDS)