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Students, faculty and staff are at the center of our “OnCampus Plus” reopening plan. Read more here for up-to-date resources and communications about the coronavirus situation. For questions or to provide information that might be useful to the College, please email healthalert@mercy.edu.

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    Welcome to Fall 2020

    We know things will be different this year, but we are ready
    with an exciting semester planned. Let's get started!

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    What to Expect on Campus this Fall

    If you've been wondering how it'll look and feel: here's what to expect.
    Masks. Food. Shuttle. Social distancing. And more!

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    Mercy College Named Best of Westchester Winner for Second Time

    Mercy College is proud to announce that it has been honored for a
    second time by Westchester Magazine as 2020 "Best College."

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    The Mercy/CNR Alumni Assistance Scholarship

    Let us give you the lift you need to start a graduate education.
    Mercy/CNR Alumni or their dependents will receive $1,000 when enrolling for
    the first time in one of our graduate programs this summer or fall.

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    Our New B.S. in Criminal Justice: Homeland Security

    Build the foundation in criminal justice you need to succeed, with courses in
    risk management, investigative techniques and homeland security.

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    Apply Now - Don't Wait!

    Get ready for a new adventure where you'll meet new friends, learn
    new skills and earn a degree with serious power.

  • Sep 24, 2020

    Learn more about the many services offered by the Mercy College Counseling Center. Please click on the photo below to watch the Center's new video:   

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  • Sep 23, 2020

    Mercy College was recently awarded a prestigious $3.2 million grant to support nursing students with financial need over the next five years through a Scholarships for Disadvantaged Students (SDS) program. After a competitive selection process, the...

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  • Sep 22, 2020

    The opening statement of the abstract is startling. “Women of parenting age from typically marginalized socioeconomic, ethnic, and racial groups are underrepresented in rehabilitation research.” Now three Mercy professors have coauthored an article...

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  • Sep 22, 2020

    Abdel-Kader Ben-Mohamed, Ph.D., assistant professor of management and chair of Mercy’s Department of Undergraduate Business, has started a positive online engagement platform after being struck by the long amount of time his students spend following...

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  • Sep 15, 2020

    Deborah Hunt, Ph.D., RN, associate dean and professor of nursing, has co-authored a paper describing how nurses play a significant role in successful organ donation. The article appeared in the August issue of American Nurse Journal. “As a nurse I’...

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  • Sep 14, 2020

    Assistant Professor of History Robert Murray was awarded the Ralph D. Gray Prize for the best original article of 2019 in the Journal of the Early Republic, which is published by the Society for Historians of the Early American Republic (SHEAR). His...

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  • Sep 11, 2020

    Dr. Adrienne Wald, associate professor of nursing in the School of Health and Natural Sciences, recently concluded a year of mentoring a group of nursing fellows who are working to address urgent environmental health threats that affect vulnerable...

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  • Sep 08, 2020

    Students, we can't wait to have you back on campus! Things will be a bit different this year, so here's a preview of Mercy's new normal:  

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Click here for information for students regarding the coronavirus, including: messages to students, FAQs and safety recommendations. 

Two institutions, one guiding principle

President Hall's address to the Mercy and CNR college communities: our two institutions have one guiding principle.

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Build a strong foundation in the sciences
Preparing students to apply for the Mercy College graduate program in Physician Assistant Studies.
Campus: Dobbs Ferry

“I’ve always been curious about medicine and the human body. I’ve had personal experiences with ill family members and that made me want to learn even more and try to build a career helping others."

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