Important Information: Coronavirus (COVID-19)

All academic instruction will continue online through the end of the spring 2020 terms. Residence halls, and faculty and staff offices are closed. All events and activities are cancelled until further notice. Read more here for up-to-date resources and communications. For questions or to provide information that might be useful to the College, please email HealthAlert@mercy.edu.

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    Winter 2020 Maverick Magazine

    Military women from Mercy and CNR rocketing to the top.
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    The countdown to graduation has officially started! Learn more
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    Mercy College and The College of New Rochelle Finalize Agreement

    Mercy stands ready to welcome CNR students.

  • Mar 25, 2020

    The Mercy College Career and Professional Development team has always been committed to helping students and alumni launch and advance their careers.  The coronavirus (COVID-19)  situation hasn’t changed this dedication, in fact, it has strengthened...

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    Dear Mercy College Community, Mercy College is proud to highlight students, faculty, staff and alumni who have been making a difference during the coronavirus (COVID-19) situation, each contributing their expertise and unique skill sets to aid...

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  • Mar 10, 2020

    Mercy Professor Emerita Helen Buhler, Ph.D. has devoted her entire career to enhancing the field of communication disorders. Now she is about to be recognized for her years of service and leadership in advancing the field through her research,...

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  • Mar 08, 2020

    Mercy College celebrates our community and all the women who have helped pave a way and continue to pave a way! #InternationalWomensDay Click on the image below to learn more.

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  • Mar 05, 2020

    A new book by Helge Wasmuth, Ph.D., associate professor of childhood education, explores the work of Friedrich Fröbel, a nineteenth century pioneer of early childhood education whose pedagogy is still studied and practiced today all over the world....

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  • Mar 04, 2020

    Grant Will Fund Content Development for Certificate in Risk Management and Insurance   Dobbs Ferry, New York – March 4, 2020 – Mercy College’s School of Business has received a $40,000 grant from the Spencer Educational Foundation to develop a...

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  • Mar 03, 2020

    Jolayne Gayle ’20, a Mercy College transfer student, was featured in an article published by thisistheBronX.info, a web portal designed for residents of the Bronx and anyone interested in learning more about the borough. After transferring in the...

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  • Mar 02, 2020

    On Thursday, February 27 President Tim Hall hosted a reception in recognition of Black History Month. A gathering of Mercy College staff, faculty, alumni and students, nonprofit executives, business leaders and government officials, the reception...

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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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Mercy College Named Best of Westchester Winner

Mercy College is proud to announce that it has been honored by Westchester Magazine as this year's "Best College."

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Mercy offers three tracks to your career as a school psychologist
Serve the needs of children in today’s diverse schools and agencies.
Campus: Dobbs Ferry & Bronx

“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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