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Precollege Programs

MMC offers one-to-two week long intensive programs designed for high school students looking to increase their knowledge in an area they may want to major in at the college level. Marymount Manhattan College’s Pre-College Summer Intensive Programs are available to any high school student who will be 16 years of age on or before July 1, 2019.


Check out the Pre-College Summer Intensive Programs available for Summer 2019:

  

United Nations Summer Intensive 

This pre-college program offers qualified rising juniors and seniors the opportunity to engage the United Nations, learning directly from officials of UN Programs, Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) accredited to the United Nations, and Permanent Missions of Member States. Classes and workshops are held at UN organizations, and at the MMC campus 30 blocks from the UN.  Through this week-long intensive, students gain valuable experience to further their knowledge of issues relating to international affairs, development, the environment, women’s empowerment, and peace and security issues. 

 

Musical Theatre Summer Intensive

The Musical Theatre Pre-College Summer Intensive Program at Marymount Manhattan College gives high school rising juniors and seniors the opportunity to study in New York City. The program offers training in dance, voice, and acting, as well as college audition preparation and access to Broadway shows. Students will focus on the fundamentals and process of their craft and will have the opportunity to share their work with friends and family at the end of the program. 

 

Slice of New York Pre-College Summer Intensive

By participating in the Slice of New York Pre-College Summer Intensive, high school students have the opportunity to sample “slices” of Marymount Manhattan’s unique curriculum.  Each day’s seminar is led by an MMC faculty member with expertise in the particular discipline/field and includes an in-class session usually in the morning followed by a group lunch and then an excursion that offers unique access to a location that is linked to the day’s topic and to New York City.  Each evening features a cultural or social event sponsored by the Office of Residence Life that provides additional access to NYC’s myriad cultural institutions.