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Registration for the Spring 2019 Semester

Are you Ready to Register for the Spring Semester?

1. Speak to your PACT Advisor to review your Degree audit and choose courses for next semester.

2. Speak to your Office of Enrollment Services counselor to make sure you do not have any balance/holds on your student account.


Registration for the Spring Semester Begins:

  • Honors students/ Mercy Scholars/ Athletes/ Veterans- Wednesday, October 31, 2018
  • Seniors (90+ credits applied)- Friday, November 2, 2018
  • All continuing students- Wednesday, November 7, 2018
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Find out how you can graduate on time!

Spring 2019 Undergraduate Academic Calendar
December 12, 2018

Take a look at the Spring 2019 Undergraduate Academic Calendar 

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Fall 2018 Undergraduate Academic Calendar
August 24, 2018

Take a look at the Fall 2018 Undergraduate Academic Calendar

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Fall 2018 Activities Calendar

Check out the Fall 2018 Activities Calendar for all the upcoming events on campus.

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Get Involved On Your Campus

Contact the Student Life Office:

studentlife@mercy.edu 

 

Become a Leader on Campus


Click here to View Clubs and Activities On Campus


Interested in Studying Abroad?

2018-2019 Undergraduate Catalog
October 10, 2018

Take a look at the 2018-2019 Undergraduate Catalog for more information about your program and courses. 

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Are You A Student Athlete?

Are you interested in being a student athlete at the Dobbs Ferry Campus?


Click here to find out more information about student athletes.

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Health & Wellness Services

Learn more about the Services We Offer You:

Office of ACCESSibility

Health and Wellness Center

Counseling Services

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Are You An International Student?
A Proven Model for Success
  • The PACT program is featured as a "Best Practice" for retention and career services with the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NCACE)
  • In January 2010, the American Council on Education (ACE) included PACT as an example in their report on innovation in higher education to the White House
  • The U.S. Department of Education funded Mercy College with a $2.5 million grant to assist in the creation of a graduate PACT program
Can I Make It?

PACT mentors are experienced in academic, career, financial and personal advising. Mentors will connect you to various resources and support services during all four years, all with the intended outcome of maximizing your success here at Mercy.

Add/Drop Classes for the Spring 2019 semester

The last day to add/drop classes for the Spring semester:
A & B term classes- January 29, 2019

How to Register for Classes
August 28, 2018

Before registering for classes:

  • Speak to your PACT Advisor about class options
  • Connect with your Enrollment Services Counselor to see if you have any holds on your account
  • Learn how to register for classes on your own with your PACT Advisor

Download this document to learn how to navigate your way through Mercy Connect

Thinking about a Minor Concentration?

Minor Concentrations:

Students may group a set of elective courses as a minor concentration. Minor concentrations are noted on a student’s transcript as a way of recognizing that he/she has, over and above the required major program, also concentrated to a lesser degree in one or more other areas. The rules governing a minor concentration are the same except where noted with an asterisk (*) below and are as follows: A minor concentration is constituted by a group of courses (numbered 120 or above) amounting to at least 15 credits in one of the following areas:

 

 

Biology

Business

Chemistry

Communication Students

Computer Information Systems

Computer Science

Cybersecurity*

Criminal Justice

English

Exercise Science

Health Science*

History

Legal Studies

Mathematics

Media Studies

Music Industry and Technology

Psychology

Sociology

Spanish

Speech

 

* See specific program pages in the College Catalog (link to the catalog here) for specific requirements and additional information.

The following conditions apply:

1. At least nine credits used toward a minor concentration must be taken at Mercy College.

2. A student must have a 2.0 cumulative scholastic index in a specific discipline above in order for the minor concentration to be recorded on the student’s transcript

3. Courses already counted toward a major or the General Education Liberal Arts Core Competency Skills requirement cannot also constitute part of the minor concentration.

 

Speak to your PACT Advisor for more information

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Students can download for free, and install on their own computer!

Learn more information about this amazing new benefit for Mercy Students.

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Need To Make A Payment?
August 28, 2018

Download this document to help you make a payment on Mercy Connect.


Other ways of Making Payments:

  • Call 1800-Mercy Go (1800-637-2946)
  • Visit the Office of Enrollment Services on your Campus
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Mercy Endowed Scholarship

To apply online for a Mercy College Endowed Scholarship:

  • When applying online, you will need to upload your essay and signed letter of recommendation.
  • Please keep in mind, students must be enrolled in Mercy College for more than one year.
  • Must have a cumulative GPA of at least a 3.0 and above
  • FASFA completed
  • Enrolled in more than 6 credits

Click here for the Endowed Scholarship Application.

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Career Resources

Visit the Career Services Office On Your Campus

Make an appointment with one of our excellent Career Counselors, who can assist you with finding a job/internship and creating your resume and cover letter!

Learn more about Jobs and Internships: Access Career Maverick.

Visit our Career and Professional Development page for more information.