How to Apply

STUDENTS Accepted at Marymount Manhattan College ARE REQUIRED TO SUBMIT THE FOLLOWING:

  1. A completed standard application to the College through the Office of Admissions with all required transcripts, letters of recommendations, and test scores.
  2. Whether you are a first-year or transfer student, send the following to the Director for the Program for Academic Access by mail at the College address or by fax to the program fax number:  212.774.4875
Note: Documents submitted with applications cannot be returned.  We recommend that you make a copy to send to us and keep at least one copy for yourself.



Applications will be reviewed in the order that they are received. Acceptance will be acknowledged once application is completed.
Eligible candidates may be contacted for a personal interview by the program director, Diana Nash.


The current program fee is $6,000 per academic year; $3,000 per semester, above tuition. These costs include tutoring services with an assigned learning specialist, counseling-advisement, academic coaching, priority registration, math assistance and a monthly Parents Meeting. Fees are subject to change. Entrants are required to spend a minimum of two consecutive semesters in the program after which they may leave, provided they are in good standing at the College and show evidence of academic independence. Some students elect to continue participation for part or all of their college career.


Academic Access Scholarship Program 

Academic Access students may be eligible for scholarship funding to pay for part or all of the cost of the Academic Access program fees for the academic year.  To learn more about receiving financial support, and being named an Academic Access Scholar, please contact: 

Diana Nash 
Director of the Academic Access Program and Disability Services
Suite 500, Carson Hall
Phone:  212-774-0724

Support for Academic Access is crucial to students’ success.  If you would like to support scholarship funds for Academic Access students, please contact the Office of Institutional Advancement at 212-517-0469 or