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Marymount Manhattan College - Campus Life

Environment | Campus Description | Housing | Regulations | Student Employment


  • The Students come from 48 states and 36 countries.
  • 32% of students from In-State
  • 68% of students from Out-of-State
  • The campus area is 1 acres.
  • Campus is located on the Upper East Side of Manhattan – New York City.

Campus Description and Transportation Services
Description: MMC consists of two buildings on 71st Street in Manhattan between Second and Third Avenues, filled with study lounges, science labs, classrooms, studios, galleries, computer labs, club meeting rooms, performance venues - the works. Think of it as a vertical approach to college


Types of Housing

  • Three Residence Hall options located on the Upper East Side of Manhattan
  • First-year Residence Halls
  • School-owned/operated Apartments.
  • 44% of all students live in school housing of some type.
  • 56% of all students live off campus or commute.
  • Students may live on or off campus.
Campus housing is available for all unmarried students regardless of year. The school provides assistance in locating off-campus housing if on-campus housing is not available.

Campus Rules, Regulations & Policies

  • All students may have cars on campus, although it is recommended to use public transportation.
  • Alcohol is not permitted on campus, even to those students of legal drinking age.

Other Policies

  • Class attendance policies set by individual instructors
  • Other: Discrimination and harassment policies.

Student Employment

  • 20% of full-time undergraduates work on campus during the year.
  • Undergraduates may expect to earn, on average, $3000 per year working part-time on campus.
  • This school participates in College Work/Study Program.
  • Institutional employment is available.
  • Part-time off-campus employment opportunities are excellent.
  • Freshmen are discouraged from working during first term.