The best way to learn about MMC is to visit. Prospective students may meet with an admission counselor, observe classes, tour the campus, speak with faculty and students, or attend an Open House.
Campus tours and information sessions are available Monday through Friday during the academic year. The College is closed every Friday during the month of June and until mid-August. While a visit during the week is strongly recommended, weekend appointments are available on select Saturdays & Sundays at 10:30 AM. Keep in mind that the campus is much quieter on the weekends since most classes are not in session. Campus tours begin promptly at the scheduled times and arriving late may require you to reschedule your appointment.
Residence Hall tours are available during the academic year on select dates and by appointment only. Residence hall tours are also available during the Open House programs, weekend appointments, and certain special events. We invite you to take a virtual tour of the 55th Street Residence Hall.
Directions to Campus
Campus Tour Schedule
Please note that your campus visit and tour appointment is not guaranteed until you receive a confirmation email from the Office of Admission.
Feel free to call the office at 1-800-MARYMOUNT to confirm as well.
Bring your completed application and documents to receive an instant admission decision before you leave campus.
Weekday Schedule for Campus Visits |
(Except: June to Mid-August)
Weekend programs are structured as mini-open houses.
While not as robust as our larger Open House programs, you will learn about the admission process, scholarships and financial aid, academic programs, and have an opportunity to speak with current MMC students about their own experience. Campus and residence hall tours will be offered as well.
Weekend Schedule for Campus Visits |
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2013 National Holidays: Campus Closed |
||Martin Luther King Day|
|| President's Day|
|| Spring Holiday|
|| Memorial Day|
Schedule your campus visit online or call 1-800-MARYMOUNT or 212-517-0430.
If you cannot visit us right away, review our schedule of college fairs and school visits to learn when your Admission Counselor may be in your area.
Open House: Saturday, April 20, 2013
The Open House program allows prospective students an opportunity to tour the campus, visit the residence hall, and learn about student life, our academic programs, and about financial aid and scholarships available.
Students in their senior year of high school or those in college already that plan to transfer may bring a completed application for an Instant Decision Days.
The program runs from approximately 11:00 AM to 4 PM and we encourage our guests to stay for the entire event, see our schedule.
Register for the program online or call 1-800-MARYMOUNT or 212-517-0430.
The Art Department is pleased to invite you to our fourth annual "Marymount at the Museums" tour. Our first and second were held at the Metropolitan Museum of Art; our third was at the Rubin Museum; this one will take place at the Museum of Biblical Art (MoBIA), located at 1865 Broadway (at 61st Street).
We will visit "Ashe to Amen: African Americans and Biblical Imagery" (15 February-26 May 2013) and our tour guide will be Jessica Balk, ‘13, a Sociology major and Art History minor. Jessica is also an intern at MoBIA this semester. Prospective students and their families are welcome to participate and learn how we use NYC as our classroom.
A little about the show from the MoBIA website: "Ashe to Amen: African Americans and Biblical Imagery" investigates the intersections and crossroads of aesthetics and belief in African-American art. For more than two centuries, the Bible has been a catalyst for this multicultural and initially disenfranchised artistic community and has been inspiring the creation of sacred, spiritual, and religious spaces and identity.
The exhibition's title takes its name from praise terms commonly used in African and African-American communities. "Ashe" a Yoruba word, refers to the creative power of an artist to make something happen. "Amen" is an affirmation meaning essentially "so be it." The visual continuum on display in "Ashe to Amen" presents the inventive, deeply personal, and ongoing interpretations of the Bible created by artists from the African-American community.
The tour is scheduled to follow the Open House Program, from 5:00-6:00 PM. We will meet at the museum entrance at 4:45 pm. Places on the tour are reserved on a first-come, first-served basis. There are 25 places total and there is no charge. If you would like to join the tour, please email email@example.com to request a space. Dr. Bell will send those who sign up a reminder email when we get closer to the date
MMC Admission In-Depth Series
This program consists of a series of personalized visit days for prospective and accepted students during the fall and spring semesters. Visiting on one of these days offers an opportunity to tour the campus and residence hall, observe a class, and enjoy lunch with faculty and/or current students in your academic area of interest.
The program is designed to give each student an in-depth look into everyday life at MMC. While the program is structured for the student only, parents may schedule an appointment with a financial aid counselor, admission counselor, or with other departments requested to review specific concerns regarding the admission process.
Dance and Theatre majors should contact those departments for class observations as they are not included in this program (firstname.lastname@example.org 212-517-0609 or email@example.com 212-774-0767).
Register for the series online or call 1-800-MARYMOUNT or 212-517-0430.
Detailed course descriptions can be found in the academic department sections of the College Catalog to assist you in selecting a class.
Instant Decision Days
Students can bring in their completed application to obtain an
on-the-spot decision and tour the campus. Instant Decisions will be
offered by appointment only. Please refer to "Apply to Admissions" at the top of the page for the list of required documents. Please note:
Transfer students must have completed, or are currently enrolled in
their last semester prior to transferring to MMC in order to
Instant Decision. If applying for HEOP or Academic Access programs,
students cannot participate in Instant Decision, as their applications
require further evaluation by the respective departments. Only academic
decisions will be rendered. These decisions are not binding. Decisions
on acceptance into the Theater and Dance programs are not included in
the Instant Decisions.