Messages From The President
A Message from the President Regarding Coronavirus (COVID-19)
As a follow up to the communications recently shared with you from Student Health Services, please know that Molloy College continues to closely monitor the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the World Health Organization's (WHO) statements regarding the COVID-19 outbreak. The well-being of our students and employees is our first priority and a dedicated team is meeting regularly to coordinate and advance college-wide actions and communications on this topic.
We will continue to monitor developments and provide communications via email and through the Student Health and Wellness webpage.
Please keep everyone affected in your prayers. partnership.
A Message from the President About Molloy College/St. John’s University Partnership
I am happy to announce a wonderful partnership our new School of Arts and Sciences has created with St. John's University College of Liberal Arts and Sciences. Beginning in Fall 2020 we are providing accelerated pathways for students to come to Molloy for an undergraduate degree in 14 different arts and sciences disciplines and then achieve their Master's degrees from St. John's University - all in 5 years. It will provide an economic opportunity for our students interested in expeditiously earning a Master's degree in disciplines where Molloy does not currently have a graduate program, while gaining a professional advantage in the workplace. I want to thank our colleagues at St. John's, including President Bobby Gempesaw, as well as Molloy's Vice President for Academic Affairs, Ann Branchini, and Founding Dean of the School of Arts and Sciences, Christopher Malone, for their hard work on this great partnership.
A Message from the President About the Tragic Events in Charlottesville
Molloy's mission and the four pillars of Dominican life (Spirituality, Study, Service and Community) affirm our commitment to the inherent dignity in each and every person. The recent tragic events in Charlottesville, Virginia are a clear reminder that, while free speech is a right of all Americans, hate, rhetoric and violent acts must never be tolerated.
Molloy Signs Joint Documents in Support of Immigrants
In December Molloy College signed a document in support of immigrant students and their ability to continue their studies without interruption. That document (see link below) was authored by the Association of Catholic Colleges and Universities (ACCU) and signed by more than 100 other Catholic colleges.
A Message from the President about Super Storm Sandy
Molloy College is deeply aware that many members of the Molloy family have suffered and continue to suffer from the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy. The College is organizing an effort to provide support to members of our community in need.