Community and Institutes
Molloy College is committed to educating minds - and to changing lives. This commitment extends far beyond our school community to impact the lives of thousands . . . many of whom will never set foot on our Long Island college campus. With volunteer efforts at more than 40 agencies and academic service learning programs that incorporate our service mission into our curriculum, we encourage students to take an active role in bettering our community.
Our innovative, collaborative, community-focused programs also take on our region's toughest challenges transforming lives through education and advocacy.
- The Molloy College Institute for Lifelong Learning welcomes adult learners of all ages. Affiliated with the Elderhostel Institute Network, a program that promotes learning for retirees, savvy seniors and adult learners, ours is a school without grades where the only pre-requisite is an active mind and a desire to learn.
- The Molloy College Institute for Interfaith Dialogue engages people of diverse faiths and cultures, brings them together and celebrates their uniqueness and diversity. This program, formerly the Institute for Christian-Jewish Dialogue, provides a forum for lively panel discussion, symposia and interesting lectures to promote sincere interfaith dialogue.
- The Energeia Partnership brings together a diverse group of ethical leaders from this area's public, private and not-for-profit sectors to help address Long Island's most complex issues - education, institutional racism, poverty and the working poor, land use, energy, transportation, healthcare and media/social networking.
- The Sustainability Institute at Molloy College focuses on its critical sustainability and "green living" challenges. Long Island's first-ever venture combining sustainability education and policy analysis within an academic institution, the Institute works to educate, foster meaningful debate and drive viable solutions to help ensure a sustainable future.
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Molloy By the numbers
Money magazine's # 1”Value All-Star” in the nation
comprehensive degree-granting institution
Molloy’s undergraduate student-faculty ratio
means our students are key
Our tuition is 15% lower than other
private, 4-year colleges on L.I.
Of seniors participate in a co-op, practicum
clinical assignment or internship