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Open To The Possibilities

Openness creates opportunity, which can change the world. That's why we're proud to welcome all kinds of students, from all walks of life.

Which Programs Interest You?

Explore our degree and certificate programs, which include disciplines like nursing, business social sciences, education, technology, art and media. You're sure to find one that will ignite your passion and propel your career.

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What Type of Student Are You?

Our goal is to make higher education attainable for anyone with a desire to succeed. Discover the resources and support available to you when you come to Mercy.

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Register for Fall 2022 Classes

It’s time to register for your Fall 2022 classes! We have an exciting semester planned and want to make sure that you are part of all the great things happening at Mercy. Register today to get a schedule that works for you and the classes you need to stay on track toward your goals. 

Visit our Registration Information Page for next steps. 

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Meet Our Proud Mercy Mavs

Tashauna Wynter

Health Sciences, '25

"It's nice to have people here at school that have the same goals as you and they're here to support you."

Milo Dolantree

Business Administration: Marketing, '21

"Being in one of the most interesting and largest cities in the entire world is incredible but then you also have this escape, 40 minutes on the train and then you're in a really nice setting overlooking the Hudson River. It's beautiful here and it's a nice balance."

David Arias

Veterinary Technology, '16

"No matter where you come from, no matter your past, no matter your obstacles in front of you, you're able to do anything in this life, as long as you believe in yourself, and people believe in you, and that's what Mercy College did for me."

Diamond Carter

Early Childhood, Childhood & Special Education, '17

"I saw that Mercy had a program where I could be triple certified and I thought, well, triple certified that sounds awesome!"

Three Unique Campuses

Whether you're on the banks of the Hudson River or learning across New York City, each of our three campuses offer unique experiences you won't find anywhere else. But they do have some similarities, as they're all 100% Mercy College and home to some of the most hard-working and friendly students, faculty and staff anywhere. Check out the advantages of our NYC-area campuses for yourself!

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Dobbs Ferry Campus

The Dobbs Ferry Campus overlooks the scenic Hudson River and is home to many of our academic programs, NCAA Division II Athletics, residential life, clubs and activities. 

  • 555 Broadway, Dobbs Ferry, NY
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Living at Mercy Manhattan

Manhattan Campus

Located in Herald Square, MercyManhattan offers an especially unique college experience. We provide motivated students with an affordable top-tier education to pursue their goals and transform their lives.

  • 47 W 34th St., New York, NY
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Bronx Students

Bronx Campus

Mercy College's campus in the Hutchinson Metro Center offers a quality education in the heart of the Bronx. Join a close-knit community of students on a state-of-the-art, centrally located campus.

  • 1200 Waters Pl, The Bronx, NY
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Happenings at Mercy

Catch up on all the latest news and events from our campuses and community.

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Mercy Named 2022 Best College in Westchester

Mercy College is proud to announce that it has been honored by Westchester Magazine as the 2022 Best College in Westchester. This is the third time Mercy College has been recognized as Westchester Magazine's Best College in the last four years and the only college to receive the honor three times since the category was created.