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Update: Mercy's COVID-19 Policies

For the latest information about Mercy’s COVID-19 policies click here.  STUDENTS: To upload your vaccination documentation, click here.  

The Mercy Advantage

We believe that a high quality, private education should be accessible to as many people as possible.  Watch this video to learn how our cost differs from other private colleges and universities while offering advantages you just won't find at public institutions.

Tuition & Cost

No matter which location you choose, Mercy College has one of the lowest private tuition rates in New York—as low as $837/credit.

Visit Campus

The best way to explore campus is to see it for yourself! Start your journey with a tour of campus, schedule an in person tour of campus today. 

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Campus Life

Explore and discover your passions. Across our three campuses a thriving student life has a place for you to be you: 60+ clubs and organizations, on-campus and virtual events and 10 NCCAA sports teams. 

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Mercy Students
OnCampus Plus

Explore the most up to date information on Mercy’s COVID-19 policies for the fall term.  

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Mercy Scholars
Mercy Scholars Program offers 4 Years Paid Tuition

We encourage qualifies high school students to apply for the Mercy Scholars Program — paid tuition, books and fees for all four years.

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High School Programs

Mercy College wants to help high school juniors and seniors get a jump start on their college career by offering college level courses while still in high school. 

Your Personalized Achievement Contract (PACT)

From day one, we’ll make sure that you have support, focus, and guidance. Our Personalized Achievement Contract (PACT) program automatically pairs you with an adviser dedicated to your success—at Mercy and beyond.

Explore Open house

Fall Open Houses

Join us for one of our upcoming fall events at Open House or Open House: Virtual Passport

Learn all about Mercy College at this exciting event including: 

  • Our 90+ undergraduate programs 
  • Our dynamic and distinguished faculty within our five academic schools 
  • The personal attention we give all our students through our PACT program 
  • Our affordable tuition 

 

Admissions Events

Admissions

Open House: Virtual Passport

October 27, 2021 5:30 - 7:00 PM
Online
Admissions

Virtual Graduate Open House

November 4, 2021 5:30 - 7:00 PM
Online
Admissions

Undergraduate Open House at Dobbs Ferry

November 6, 2021 10:15 AM - 2:00 PM
Dobbs Ferry
Admissions

Virtual Transfer Information Session

November 10, 2021 5:30 - 7:00 PM
Online

Mercy Locations
Three Campuses to Choose From

Wherever you are in the New York City area, there’s a Mercy location waiting to welcome you. At any of our three campuses in Westchester, Manhattan or the Bronx, you'll find a diverse community of students, staff and faculty united in our drive to change the world through the power of education.

Meet the Team

Anne Gilligan-Evans
Anne Gilligan AVP, Admissions

Adjunct Instructor
English

MH 216

agilligan1@mercy.edu 914-674-3023
Andy Mantell
Andy Mantell Director of Admissions
Main Hall, 216D
amantell@mercy.edu 914-674-7487
Kayla Noonan
Kayla Noonan Director of Admissions
Manhattan Admissions Office
knoonan1@mercy.edu 212-615-3382
Cecil Wright
Cecil Wright Executive Director, Recruitment BX/MT

Adjunct Instructor
Management
cwright@mercy.edu 718-678-8225

Admissions FAQ

What is the first step in the admissions process?

The first step in the admissions process is to submit an application to Mercy college. Students are able to apply to Mercy at www.mercy.edu/apply-now. Certain major concentrations may require supplemental admissions items. Visit our catalogs or contact the Office of Admissions for additional information.

Is the PACT Mentorship Program different than other advising programs?

Yes, the PACT program takes advising a step further. We give you a personal mentor who’ll be your go-to person whenever you want support. With everything from navigating financial aid, and choosing the right major to registering for classes and tracking your academic progress.

 

How is Mercy College so affordable? 

We believe college should be accessible to as many students as possible. Mercy College has one of the lowest private tuition rates in New York. Financial aid, including merit and need-based scholarships, helps most of our students fund their education and minimize debt.

Are there opportunities to learn outside the classroom?

Mercy focuses on giving students the real-world knowledge and skills that will make them stand out in a crowded field. Mercy’s state-of-the-art facilities give students access to the equipment and settings they’ll experience on the job and gain hands-on-experience while still in school.

Community Partnerships

Mercy College’s extensive partnerships with regional and national corporations, nonprofits, hospitals and healthcare centers, labor unions, government agencies and school districts offers adult students an opportunity to receive tuition discounts and participate in tuition remission programs.

  • 1199 Local Health Care Workers
  • Affiliated Police Association of Westchester County
  • CareMount Medical
  • The Center for Family Support
  • Club Fit
  • Con Edison
  • Cornerstone Children's Center
  • Edcor (Tuition Remission Provider)
  • ENT and Allergy Associates
  • FDNY
  • Greenburgh 11 Children's Village
  • Green Chimneys
  • Hawthorne Foundation
  • Irvington School District (Teacher Discount)
  • Member of municipal, state or national law enforcement units

We are open to whoever you are.

We believe if colleges were more open, people's minds would be more open too. Because if all kinds of students got degrees, all kinds of people would have new opportunities. And with every new opportunity, the world transforms. This belief is part of everything we do. It's our mantra. It's our mission. Our doors are open to all who are looking for a more open world.