Fast Facts About Molloy
Undergraduate - 3,598 (fall 2016)
Graduate - 1,394 (fall 2016)
Doctoral - 77 (fall 2016)
- Honors students made up 10 percent of the freshman class in fall 2015 compared to 7 percent in fall 2005.
- On average, more than 39 percent of incoming freshmen are first-generation college students.
- The average SAT score for incoming freshmen increased 60 points over the last ten years.
- Molloy campus life includes more than 60 student clubs and honor societies.
- The College's first residence hall opened in Sept. 2011, and a second opened in fall of 2014.
- Student-athletes compete in the East Coast Conference, Division II.
- More than 77 percent of full-time faculty have doctoral degrees.
- The number of full-time faculty members increased more than 10 percent in the past 5 years.
- Molloy is consistently recognized by national publications like Money Magazine, and named one of the Nation's top-three value colleges for the second consecutive year.
- Molloy is ranked among the "Top Tier Institutions by US News & World Report in its Regional Universities - North category".
- Molloy's 6-year graduation rate (71 percent - class entering fall 2009).
- 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 2005.
- The number of students majoring in the College's cutting-edge business and nursing programs have increased more than 40 percent during the same time period.
- Enrollment in Molloy's graduate programs has increased 26 percent in the past 10 years.
Academics By The Numbers
Students earned 128 certifications
via our dual certification programs
Student retention rate
is among the nation's highest rates
of our education students earned their
NYS teaching certification
their degree last year