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ounded in 1929, Marist College provides a private liberal arts education with opportunities unique to our location in New York’s Hudson River Valley, midway between New York City and Albany. Under- graduate research, dynamic faculty, world-class technology, interdisciplin- ary studies, and global engagement are cornerstones of a Marist education. The College offers over 90 majors, minors, and concentrations within the schools of Communications and the Arts, Computer Science and Math- ematics, the Liberal Arts, Manage- ment, Science, and Social and Behav- ioral Sciences. Some students design


their own interdepartmental major built around their academic interests and goals. Marist students benefit from a culture that inspires them to explore a wealth of academic pro- grams and opportunities. A global mindset is pervasive, with every stu- dent participating in a transforma- tive educational experience. From internships in Manhattan to Fulbright placements across the globe, the breadth of academic programs as well as fieldwork, community service, and networking opportunities allows students to develop lifelong inter- ests and connections. Students from 47 states and 67 countries attend


Marist, and after graduation, they live and work all over the world.


Going beyond the classroom In addition to being one of the na- tion’s top producers of Fulbright Scholars two years running, Marist College is one of the nation’s best institutions, offering both outstand- ing academics and top experiential learning opportunities, according to The Princeton Review. Marist is one of the schools—along with the likes of Stanford, Princeton, and MIT— featured in the guide Colleges That Create Futures: 50 Schools That Launch Careers by Going Beyond the Classroom.


“ Marist had everything I wanted and more! Throughout my time at Marist, I’ve been able to take classes directly related to my future career and completed internships that have really helped me grow as a public relations professional.” — Caroline W.


“ I was familiar with the beautiful campus and great opportunities with academics, study abroad options, and activities outside the classroom. I knew I wanted to transfer and continue my college career at Marist, studying on a campus in a great location in the Hudson Valley.” — David O.


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“ Between the many clubs and events offered on campus, there’s something for everyone. It’s a great way to meet new people, especially people who have similar interests as you.” — Rebecca C.


“ Marist was the first school I looked at, and the others didn’t even compare. I was really impressed with the College and its approach to education—the idea of getting to know my professors and having actual real-world experiences, not just memorizing facts.”


— Rebecca L. @CollegeXpress


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