Fast Facts About Molloy

Undergraduate: 3,307 (Fall 2021)
Graduate: 1,397 (Fall 2021)
Doctoral: 179 (Fall 2021)  


Honors Students: 10% (fall 2021), 16% (fall 2011)
First Generation First Year Students: 36% (fall 2021)
Six Year Graduation Rate: 73% (class entering Fall 2014)
Retention Rate: 88%
Financial Aid: 97% of First Year Students Receive Financial Aid
Student/Faculty Ration: 10:1  

Undergraduate students enrollment has increased 8% since 2010
Enrollment in Molloy's graduate programs has increased 58% since 2010  

Four "schools" - School of Business, School of Education & Human Services, School of Nursing & Health Services, School of Arts & Sciences Student Life

  • More than 60 student clubs and honor societies
  • Three residence halls with 340 residents
  • Student-athletes compete in the NCAA East Coast Conference, Division II

Faculty

  • More than 83% percent of full-time faculty have doctoral degrees
  • The number of full-time faculty members increased 3 percent in the past 5 years

 Community Engagement
Madison Theatre
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World-class entertainment in a 550-seat theatre 

Sustainability Institute·       
Long Island's first-ever venture combining sustainability education with policy analysis within an academic institution to help ensure a sustainable future. 

Energeia Partnership·       
Brings together a diverse group of ethical leaders from around the region to address Long Island's most complex issues. 

Rebecca Center for Music Therapy·      
Interactive music therapy interventions support individuals with developmental disabilities. The Center also provides real-world learning opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students. 

Community Clinics·       
The Clinical Mental Health Counseling program runs a free clinic to providing support for the community and hands-on training for students in this Master's Degree program
The Speech Language Pathology/Audiology program provides assessments and ongoing therapies, supporting individuals in the community and providing hands-on training for students.
The Mobile Health Clinic, a collaborative effort staffed by faculty and students from several academic areas, provides primary care to underserved communities on Long Island.

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Office of Admissions
1000 Hempstead Avenue Wilbur Arts Center, Room 226 Rockville Centre, New York 11571-5002

516.323.4000

admissions@molloy.edu