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Our student body is made up of creative scholars and artists. We invite you to apply and join our community.  

At Marymount Manhattan College, our goal is to ensure access and equity in our admission process by eliminating obstacles our incoming students may face when completing the application process. Effective immediately, Marymount Manhattan College will be test-optional for our Fall 20’ entry term applicants. During this unprecedented time, when SAT and ACT test sites are not available due to the COVID-19 outbreak, our applicants will no longer need to submit test scores to complete their applications.

Please note that this new policy will not affect our Fall ’20 scholarship offerings. Currently, this new admission policy applies to domestic applicants only.  We are in the midst of reviewing our policy for international admission. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the Office of Admission.


First-Year Applicant

  • Currently enrolled in high school with no college credits; or
  • Currently enrolled in high school with dual enrollment college credits; or
  • Graduated from high school with no earned college credits; and
  • Never attended MMC (previous attendees, see Re-admit process)

Transfer Applicant

  • Graduated from high school and have completed college credit; or
  • Graduated from high school and are enrolled in their first semester of college; and
  • Never attended MMC (previous attendees, see Re-admit process

Non-matriculating Applicant

  • Plan to complete pre-requisites for graduate school (Post-baccalaureate programs); or
  • Plan to audit a course: or
  • Performed well academically in high school, but struggled in college (see reSTART program) 

Note: Participation in peaceful protest in no way jeopardizes your admission to the College.

Students who have already completed a bachelor’s degree at a regionally accredited college or university are prohibited from matriculating in pursuit of a second bachelor’s degree at MMC. Students with a bachelor’s degree who are planning to apply to graduate or professional school but need to complete some undergraduate prerequisites are encouraged to complete them as a non-matriculating student