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olloy College continues to earn national honors College-bound students and their parents are always looking for an academic environment that offers the best fi t for the student and the best value for their tuition dollars. Last year, Molloy was ranked the #18 “value added” college in the US by the Wall Street Journal, arguably the nation’s premier fi nancial pub- lication. Additionally, in December, Newsday produced an enrollment overview of the many private col- leges in our region. While most of our competitors struggled in the 2012–2017 period, Molloy “saw the largest increase, rising by more than 11%.” Molloy has also earned oth- er honors, including being ranked the #10 “best value” among Cath- olic colleges nationwide by College Values Online.


“ We are dedicated to providing our students with the best possible value. If you come to Molloy, you graduate with a job in your fi eld at a salary that’s signifi cantly higher than average.” — Drew Bogner, PhD President, Molloy College


Investing in student success “We invest in student success, and we challenge our students to succeed. Molloy students are committed to a value system that stresses a strong work ethic, resiliency, professional- ism, and leadership,” says President Bogner. “This is why they graduate


and why they get hired. We reach beyond the classroom and educate the entire person.”


A small student-faculty ratio of 10:1 means students are more than a number to their professors, who provide input and guidance that en- able students to “live their story” and pursue their dreams.


Drawing on the strength of the New York metropolitan region One of Molloy’s many strengths is its proximity to New York City. Nestled in the Long Island suburbs just min- utes from Manhattan, Molloy takes advantage of the New York City metro region to provide its students with the highest-quality internships and clinical placements. The largest met- ropolitan region in the country, the NYC metro area is a world leader in health care, business and fi nance, ed- ucation, criminal justice, performing arts, and much, much more.


What’s new


Founded in 1955 by the Sisters of Saint Dominic in Amityville, New York, and home to approximately 4,900 undergraduate and graduate students, Molloy recently opened its new facil- ity at 50 Broadway in Lower Manhat- tan. The space serves as the new home of the Molloy/CAP21 BFA in Musical Theatre and also hosts other academic programs and special events. Addition- ally, Molloy recently opened its new- est residence hall, the College’s third, on its main campus on Long Island.


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When you come to Molloy, you stay at Molloy.


Our retention rate is one of the best in the country.


When you stay at Molloy,


you graduate from Molloy. Our graduation rate is among the best in the region.


When you graduate from


Molloy, you get a good-paying job in your chosen fi eld.


Our graduates’ salaries are $10,000 higher than our competitors’ on average.


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