Mount Saint Mary College value is the difference between a
college degree and the educational experience of a lifetime.
Educational and experiential value is built in our student life,
our study abroad and internship programs, our sports and clubs, our
community service, and extraordinary student-faculty
interaction. Here's where you'll find the Mount's inherent
Academic programs. The Mount offers
strong undergraduate and graduate programs. Our collaboration
programs offer the ability to combine a bachelor's degree with an
advanced degree in 3:2 and 3:3 programs with schools like Pace and
Fordham University. The Mount also offers a 5-year bachelor's
degree plus MBA or MS in Ed in a 5-year program.
Affordability. The Mount offers a
competitive private college tuition. More than 94% of our students
currently receive financial aid.
Community. You'll hear a lot about the
Mount community. It's a caring, personal one. Students, staff and
faculty work together to improve the lives of the economically
disadvantaged, of US troops overseas, of children, of the mentally
and physically ill, and for people who've lost everything to
Facilities. The Mount’s commitment to growth
and renovation shows in our campus buildings, like the Kaplan
Family Mathematics, Science and Technology Center and our renovated
Faculty. Your courses will be taught by our
faculty, not by TA's. Class sizes are small, with a
student-to-faculty ratio of 14:1.
Leadership. Through internship and research
experiences, you''ll build your resume. The opportunity to lead and
excel in a professional workplace will provide you with confidence
Liberal arts. Course work outside your major
will help you experience other disciplines and gain the critical
thinking skills that employers are looking for.
Location. We're close to NYC, so all of your
internship, research, and entertainment opportunities are only a
train ride away. In the Hudson Valley, you'll live and learn in an
area rich in natural and cultural resources and steeped in
People. We’re a close community of classmates,
neighbors, professors, staff, and friends.
Spiritual foundation. The Mount’s rich
Dominican heritage and commitment to Judeo-Christian values and
traditions help students develop ethics and values.