Academic Centers & Libraries
Further Your Knowledge
The academic centers of Mercy College provide opportunities for students and faculty to engage with learning and enrichment in various domains of inquiry, promoting collaboration across organizational boundaries and so complementing the College's Schools, Departments, and Programs.
The Mercy College libraries serve students, faculty, staff and alumni of the College. The main library at the Dobbs Ferry Campus holds the majority of collections and supplements those at both of our branch campus libraries (Bronx and Manhattan) through a timely shipping and delivery system. All library facilities afford space for collaborative or concentrated learning and easy accessibility to library holdings and services. Librarians are available to provide research assistance, consultations and information literacy instruction.
The Center for Global Engagement
Furthering the Mercy College mission through programs to engage students, faculty, and other members of our community in diverse learning experiences, rich understanding of international relations, and exposure to a range of cultural perspectives.Explore More
Center for STEM Education
The mission of the Mercy College Center for STEM Education (MCCSE) is to create opportunities for groups typically underrepresented in STEM to engage in enrichment activities for learning, career readiness, enjoyment, and personal and community growth, which may not be available through school districts.Explore More
Center for Social and Criminal Justice
Seeks to advance our understanding of social and criminal justice institutions and their relations to, and effects on, social life. The Center explores practical and policy issues in social and criminal justice—including crime and punishment, race and sexual orientation, power, education, human rights, and distribution of wealth.Explore More
Research & Grants
Research is an integral part of the curriculum at Mercy College—and an important part of the teaching and learning experience for undergraduate and graduate students alike.