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At Mercy College we combine our beautiful riverside Dobbs Ferry campus with the excitement and energy of New York City. With just a short walk to the Metro-North station, conveniently located on campus and a 35-minute train ride into New York City, you are sure to find something interesting after you have finished studying. 

New York City

New York City is well within reach from any of our four campuses for field trips, volunteer efforts, internships, on-location learning and everything else the city has to offer.

For more information on New York City attractions see: www.nycgo.com.

The Metropolitan Museum of Art, MoMA, The Guggenheim, The Whitney - and that's just the start of the art museums alone. New York City houses over 80 museums including some of the best museums in the world - as well as, some of the most specialized. There is: the Museum of Television and Radio and the Tenement Museum that gives you a fascinating history of New York's Lower East Side.

From Media to Education to Finance to Hospitals, New York City has some of the most accomplished companies headquartered here. Studying at Mercy College puts you close to some of the most prestigious internships, mentorship and networking opportunities available.

From Broadway to Off-Off-Broadway, Chelsea Art Galleries and Williamsburg Loft Spaces, the Metropolitan Opera to the Bowery Ballroom - New York City offers the finest in both established and up and coming artists and performers.

Even though it is a large city, a city over 8 million, New York still has a neighborhood feel. From Chinatown to Harlem, the Upper East Side to the East Village, Little Italy, the West Village and the Financial District. Each neighborhood claims distinct food, attractions and cultural flavor.

Best of Both Worlds

Students at Mercy enjoy the best of both worlds: a cozy college town with easy access to the bright lights of Manhattan.

Don't Forget Westchester

Explore a little closer to home. Westchester County has many activities that will fill your day. With nature trails, amusement parks and historic sites there is so much to discover.

  • Outdoor Activities
    • Hiking, Biking, Camping, Hunting, Fishing, Skiing, Snowboarding, Sailing and Boating
  • Concerts
  • Boardwalk and Amusement Parks
    • Rye Playland, Hershey Park, Six Flags
  • Mansion Tours
    • Kykuit, Sunnyside, Lyndhurst, Van Cortlandt Manor
  • Golf
Or the Bronx

Don't forget to check out the local attractions in the Bronx. Spend the day in the wild or take in contemporary art exhibitions.

  • Bronx Zoo
  • New York Botanical Garden
  • Bronx Museum of the Arts
  • Arthur Avenue
  • Yankee Stadium