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ARLINGTON, VIRGINIA


“ I love being at Marymount. I love that there is a high ratio of women like myself here, excited about a career in the sciences and mathematics,” declares Kristin Gogal, a Biology major with a Secondary Teaching Licensure track. Winning a full-ride scholarship, studying abroad, peer tutoring, bioethics club president, study group leader—Kristin has jumped in with both feet to make the most of her Marymount educational experience.


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n independent, coeduca- tional Catholic university, Marymount is a thriving, welcoming, close-knit community with a student-faculty ratio average of 12:1. “The smaller educational environment, being able to get to know my professors as mentors, and to interact more with classmates in group settings—it’s all so beneficial.” Kristin explains. “Being at Marymount has definitely enhanced my career preparation in so many ways not possible at a larger school.”


Location, location, location Located in a quiet suburban neigh- borhood in Arlington, Virginia, Marymount is mere minutes from the nation’s capital. Students are just a few Metro stops away from world-class cultural events, entertain- ment, museums and monuments, the historic Georgetown district, festivals, and the racing pulse of America’s hub of politics and governance. Concerts, lectures, theater productions, dances, and annual events like International Week on campus fill up the academic calendar.


Diversity With students from nearly every US state and 66 countries, Marymount is a college community recognized for its ethnic, cultural, and religious diver- sity—one that cultivates a culture of acceptance and nurtures opportunities to understand differing backgrounds and beliefs while developing a global perspective.


s Kristin Gogal, Marymount University Biology major with a Secondary Teaching Licensure track


Student aid Marymount’s robust financial aid offerings and solid career preparation make it a smart investment for your


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future. More than 90% of Marymount students receive some type of aid to make an extraordinary private college education attainable. An example is Kristin’s full scholar- ship. Marymount is one of only 13 designated institutions nationally in the Clare Boothe Luce Scholarship Program, the single most significant private financial support for women in mathematics and science.“The oldest of six children, I wasn’t sure my career goals in science were even possible until I won this award to attend Marymount. I was thrilled when the door opened wide with opportunities,” Kristin adds.


Giving back


During orientation the Campus Ministry Association (CMA) intro- duces freshmen to community ser- vice at Volunteer Service Day. CMA also sponsors special events like the Special Olympics Basketball Tour- nament and Alternative Spring Break service trips. Marymount health profession stu- dents partner with the community to provide health care services to the dis- advantaged in the area. Volunteering


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