Programs and Resources
Our students come from all backgrounds and circumstances. From College Prep and Honors programs to alternative credit options, we do everything we can to help them thrive.
Highly motivated and accomplished students find their niche at MMC. The College Honors Program offers an advanced core curriculum and more chances for independent study. Honors Day, the Dean’s List, and national honors societies also recognize the hard work and talent of our top students.
Some of our students come to college with prior professional or educational experience that merits credit. Submit your portfolio for review to earn alternative credits toward your college degree.
MMC offers college-prep and college-level courses through our two degree-granting prison education programs—the Bedford Hills College Program (BHCP) at the Bedford Hills Correctional Facility, and the Taconic College Program (TCP) in partnership with nonprofit Hudson Link for Higher Education in Prison at the adjacent Taconic Correctional Facility. These programs were founded on the belief that successful rehabilitation and re-entry to society depend on education and opportunity for those who have served their time.
HEOP is a New York state-funded program that provides support for up to five years of undergraduate study to high-achieving, low-income students, particularly those who have had limited access to AP and honors courses, leadership organizations, and co-curricular programming.
Our summer programs include the Summer Academic Institute, HEOP’s 6-week summer prep session for incoming students, and Jump Start, a 3-week early orientation and college transition program for pre-first-year students. The College also hosts numerous summer workshops in the creative and performing arts.
Thanks to a gift from the Oliver and Jennie R. Donaldson Charitable Trust, MMC has established the Donaldson Awards to help student’s present scholarly research at conferences around the country and the world.
Need assistance settling on a major or creating your own course of study? OAA staff will help you navigate your options and make sure you stay on track to graduate on time.
Counselors assist students and alumni in initial and ongoing professional development through services like resume help, interview prep, internship placement, and job search strategies.
The Center for Academic Support and Tutoring (CAST) provides academic support to all Marymount Manhattan students and offers workshops and courses in college skills.
MMC accommodates students with learning, physical, and/or psychological disabilities. Register with the Office of Disability Services to ensure you receive full support.
Open to students with documented learning disabilities, Academic Access is a fee-based program that provides individualized coaching, structure, and support to ensure the collegiate experience is positive and productive.
The Library has a wide variety of journals, periodicals, and online databases, plus computer labs and study carrels. Located on the second floor of the Nugent Building, the Library also houses the Media Center and Archives.
The Theresa Lang Theatre
The Theresa Lang Theatre is a professionally equipped facility and performance space used by students as well as professional music, dance, theatre, and opera companies.
The Theresa Lang Center for Producing
The Theresa Lang Center for Producing is a creative space outfitted with audio, visual, and multimedia equipment and software, available to students interested in media studies and arts.
The highly recognized showcase Gallery offers both well-known and emerging artists an opportunity for exposure within the art world and the MMC community.
The Communication and Learning Center offers on-site supervision and training for students in Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology.