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We’re a community of individuals, each of us creative, compassionate, and capable in our own ways. Our campus is a reflection of ourselves, our projects, and our passions. At MMC, we’re home.


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Located in the East Village, otherwise known as one of the most trendy and artistic neighborhoods in NYC, our newly constructed residence hall will offer the best in NYC-living.

Be creative. Be extraordinary. Stand up. Speak out. 

The MMC classroom experience is just as much about developing your voice as it is about solving that equation or citing famous English playwrights. Be your best self. You have a lot to say, and we want to hear every word.


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Congratulations to MMC alumnus Annaleigh Ashford for her second Tony nomination and first win for her incredible turn in Broadway’s You Can’t Take it With You.

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  • Presidential Transition Committee Update

    We are happy to welcome Dr. Kerry Walk as the eighth president of Marymount Manhattan College. The Presidential Transition Committee is pleased to provide an update on events and activities related to the presidential transition.

  • Current Issue of The Monitor on Stands Now!

    Marymount Manhattan College’s Student Newspaper - Volume 18, Issue 3, September 28, 2015 (
  • Lisa Perry ’98 Featured as a Guest Judge on Season 14 of Project Runway

    Marymount Manhattan College Alumna and New York City based fashion designer Lisa Perry appeared as a guest judge, along with Kelly Osbourne, on Project Runway on September 4.  To catch up on episodes, including her appearance in the episode titled, “Gunn and Heid” before the finale airing next Thursday, October 8, visit

  • Jonny Beauchamp ’12 Starring in Stonewall

    Alumnus Jonny Beauchamp ’12 is having quite an exciting string of successes in TV and film!
  • “Marymount Muscle” Community Service at MMC

    MMC is pleased to launch “Marymount Muscle”, the newly revamped community service program. The objective of Marymount Muscle is to provide students with engaging and meaningful service opportunities throughout New York City.
  • Valued Dance Department Advisory Board Member Opens Art Exhibit

    “Life springs anew from ancient secrets buried under the earth. They may seem locked away forever, but through my camera lens, I found the key, opened the doors of memory, and stepped into a treasure trove.”  - Eleanor M. Imperato (’68) on her Photographic Essay exhibit, Doors of Memory/Porte della Memoria.
  • The Inauguration of Kerry Walk, Ph.D.

    The inauguration of Kerry Walk, Ph.D., as the eighth president of Marymount Manhattan College will take place on Friday, October 23, 2015, at 10:00AM at The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City.

    We invite you to join us for President Walk’s inauguration celebration—part of MMC’s 2015 Family, Friends, and Alumnae/i Homecoming Weekend.

    September 21st - October 29th, 2015
    This exhibition showcases the art and design work of our full-time and adjunct teaching/artist professionals.
  • MMC Study Abroad News!

    MMC now offers two new study abroad programs in Italy. MMC has partnered with both the International Studies Institute in Florence and the Umbra Institute in Perugia. Students can study abroad for a semester, a full academic year, or for a 5-week summer session.

  • New Full-time Faculty | Fall 2015

    Marymount Manhattan College welcomed six new full-time faculty for the 2015-16 academic year.
  • A Message for Recent Graduates: New Loan Forgiveness Program

    MMC has partnered with the Higher Education Services Corporation to offer recent graduates an opportunity to apply for up to 24 months of student loan debt relief.
  • Introducing “Carson Hall”

    In honor and recognition of Judith ’03, H’13 & Russ Carson’s long-standing commitment and extraordinary generosity to Marymount Manhattan College - totaling over 11 million dollars - the College’s main building will be renamed “Carson Hall” in their honor this fall.