John P. McEntee, Chair of the Molloy College Board of Trustees, announced today that the College will not raise its tuition for the upcoming 2020-2021 academic year for both undergraduate and graduate students, as part of Molloy's response to the coronavirus pandemic.
"People are unsure how we are going to get through the rest of the primary process. How are we going to do national conventions, and how are we going to have any kind of political campaign in the fall,” said Dean Malone.
When Molloy classes switched to alternate learning modes, music therapy interns were being recalled from their internship sites.
"Before COVID-19, I facilitated music therapy sessions in-person with patients in hospice houses, nursing homes, assisted living facilities, and personal residences."
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When Billy Bianco, a 2017 nursing alumnus of Molloy College in Rockville Centre, first developed an awful cough in early March, he thought it was his asthma acting up.
"It is an incredible honor to be able to serve the people of New York City in this capacity," said Dean Malone.
Since the pandemic, with no community programming, Sarah Marshall, '04 and '05 has been working in patient information, screening for exceptions to the "no visitors" rule.