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Undergraduate - 3,442 (fall 2012)
Graduate - 1,040 (fall 2012)
- Honors students made up more than 14 percent of the freshman class in fall 2010 compared to 4 percent in fall 2004.
- On average, more than 45 percent of incoming freshmen are first-generation college students.
- The average SAT score for incoming freshmen increased over 50 points in the past several years.
- Molloy campus life includes more than 40 student clubs and honor societies.
- The College's first residential hall opens in September 2011.
- Student-athletes compete in the East Coast Conference, Division II.
- In 2010, the Molloy women's softball team was one of only eight teams in the country to earn a spot in the College World Series.
- Through Molloy's global learning program, students have studied abroad in a wide variety of locations, including Belgium, Italy, France, Spain, England, India, Thailand, Australia and China.
- More than 68 percent of full-time faculty have doctoral degrees.
- The number of full-time faculty members increased more than 15 percent in the past 5 years.
- Molloy is consistently recognized by national publications as a leading institution in the region
- Molloy is ranked among the "Top Tier Institutions by USNews & World Report in its Regional Universities - North category".
- The Princeton Review recognized Molloy as one of the "Best Northeastern Colleges." This honor is bestowed on a select number of institutions which The Princeton Review believes "stand out as academically excellent institutions of higher learning."
- Molloy ranks in the top ten nationally for the percentage of freshmen returning for their sophomore year (89 percent in 2010).
- Molloy's 6 year graduation rate (62 percent - class entering fall 2004) is nearly 10 percent higher than the average for colleges and universities in Queens/Long Island.
- Molloy's dedication to students is evident in its small student-faculty ratio (10/1) - one of the lowest in the country.
Yet Molloy continues to grow
- The number of undergraduate students at Molloy increased 26 percent since 2004.
- The number of students majoring in the College's cutting-edge business and nursing programs have increased more than 30 percent during the same time period.
- Enrollment in Molloy's graduate programs has increased more than 20 percent in the past five years.