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  • MERCY
    SCHOLARS
    PROGRAM

    A College Education and Future Debt Free

    Have your tuition books and fees paid
    for - all four years.

  • WELCOME MERCY
    COLLEGE PROVOST
    DR. JOSÉ HERRERA

    "Dr. Herrera is committed to seeing students succeed, from all walks of life.

    As a scientist, an administrator and a leader he will work collaboratively with
    students, faculty and staff to build a solid vision for the future of
    Mercy College." - Mercy College President Tim Hall

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    SIST
    ENT

    Check out the winter issue of Maverick

    Meet Mercy Scholar Chelsea Christie '20 and read the special
    Annual Report section in the latest issue of our college magazine.

  • ONE-
    YEAR
    MBA

    MBA Program Expands to Bronx and Westchester

    Mercy Graduate Business Programs expand to Bronx and Westchester.
    New TURBO Program will begin in October on the Manhattan Campus.

  • BECOME A
    MATH
    TEACHER

    From the Military to Mercy College to Math Teacher

    Earn a tuition-free Master of Science Degree in Mathematics Education

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    AUN
    TED

    Student Stories: Meet Claudia Martinez '17

    Learn how Mercy College is helping her break the mold and pursue her dreams
    of becoming a video game designer. Explore Claudia's story.

  • EX
    CE
    L

    Mercy College Receives $1,000,000 Gift

    With this gift from the Give Something Back Foundation we will be able to
    make sure that 50 eligible high school students are able to attend college
    with their tuitions paid for.

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Your journey starts here . . . apply to Mercy College today.

Upcoming Events
Our Mercy Scholars Meet the Donors Who are Changing Their Lives!

Learn how the Mercy Scholars Program it is helping students have their tuition, books and fees paid for.  All four years.

  • Jan 24, 2017

    Director of Admissions Andy Mantell was recently interviewed by the Westchester County Business Journal about the mounting burden of student debt and financial literacy.   According to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau one out of four student...

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  • Jan 23, 2017

    Due to inclement weather conditions expected this evening, all Mercy College classes and events scheduled to start after 5 p.m. are cancelled today, Monday, January 23, 2017. Staff and faculty offices on all campuses are closed effective 5 p.m....

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  • Jan 19, 2017

  • Jan 17, 2017

      Mercy College Director of Student Life Felipe Henao attended Healthy Campus Challenge Day at the White House on January 13 to celebrate Mercy College being named a White House Healthy Campus and completing the Healthy Campus Challenge. While at...

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  • Jan 11, 2017

    On February 1 at 12 p.m. Mercy College will be on Facebook Live for the first time for an MBA Open House. Facebook Live is a way to stream video content to followers through Facebook so they can experience it live.   An MBA is considered the country...

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  • Jan 11, 2017

    It used to be “beep beep beep” the slight noise you would hear while on hold here at Mercy College – but the days of tones are done.  The College has recently rolled out a new on-hold message to the phone system. The beeps are gone!   Now when you’...

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  • Dec 19, 2016

    Mercy College General Counsel Kristen Bowes spoke on a sexual assault panel after a screening of the documentary “Audrey & Daisy.” An article about the event was published in The Scarsdale Inquirer.   Bowes discussed how stalking and sexual...

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  • Dec 15, 2016

    Mercy College School of Health and Natural Sciences and Honors Program students were recently VIP audience members at an October 19 production of “The Dr. Oz Show." The focus of the show was holiday foods, and afterwards Mercy students met with Dr....

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If so we invite qualified high school students to apply to the Mercy Scholars Program which rewards students with tuition, books and fees for All four years. 

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Featured Podcast
Because heroes can have desk jobs
With an industry growing faster than any other, our program will help you protect the digital world our very lives depend upon.
Campus: Dobbs Ferry, Bronx & Online
Why Does the Wealth Gap Persist?

Mercy College will bring experts together to examine the gap between wealthy and low-income students earning college degrees in America, even as the demand for college-educated workers is rising. 

Join us Thursday, March 16, 2017
Mercy College, Dobbs Ferry, New York