In recent years, Molloy's dedication and commitment to our students has been highlighted in both regional and national rankings. Although we are proud of all of these awards, I have resisted the temptation to list every single one. Our most recent honor, however, is such an affirmation of what we do at Molloy that I must call it to your attention.
In late July, we learned that Money magazine had named Molloy its #1 Value All-Star in the nation. That's #1 in the country.
The Money ranking was based on a number of factors, including graduation rates and earnings of graduates. Our category was designed to "determine which schools actually add the most value," according to the magazine.
Why are we the best value in the country? Here are just a few reasons:
- Our value system promotes a strong work ethic, professionalism and leadership, to name but a few traits.
- Our students understand this and arrive on campus expecting to work hard and to give back to communities and individuals less fortunate than they are.
- These values - along with their academic training and internship experiences - are a key reason why Molloy graduates are in such high demand in the work force.
- We are also one of the most affordable private institutions in the region.
The #1 ranking is no surprise to us at Molloy. We have worked diligently to provide our students with the best possible education, while embedding it with values that enable them to truly make a difference in the world.
I invite you to experience the rich, multi-faceted environment that we offer.
Drew Bogner, Ph.D.
Listening Tour By the Numbers
week 'listening tour'
meetings with 500 faculty, students,
staff and alumni
pages of notes, thoughts
ideas where Molloy should steer
to reach 2020