30 Hempstead Avenue

Cupola atop a building on the Molloy University campus

Molloy University’s off campus location at 30 Hempstead Ave in Rockville Centre is home to some of the University’s key community outreach initiatives as well as offices for Continuing Education & Professional Studies and Technology Learning Services.  It is just a quick five-minute drive from the main campus, located two miles south on Hempstead Avenue.

The Molloy University offices of Continuing Education and Technology Learning Services offer comprehensive training and instruction for individuals as well as Molloy University employees looking to reinforce and strengthen their knowledge for occupational and personal endeavors.  

You can find the following Community Outreach Initiatives at the site:

The Speech, Language and Hearing Center

The Mental Health and Wellness Center

The Community Care Mobile Clinic



More Information

  • Technology Learning Services (TLS)

    Technology Learning Services (TLS) exists to help the Molloy community develop technology skills that can be used to enrich the classroom environment. We are excited to offer pedagogy-based technology training and assistance to faculty, students and staff. Molloy University uses state of the art technology to enhance both the faculty and student experience. 

    TLS periodically offers open enrollment workshops on various technology tools, and provides a number of instructional videos.

    If you prefer to work one to one or in a private small group training session catered to your specific needs you may schedule an appointment with a Technology Specialist. Please contact us by phone (516-323-4816), email, or at the Technology Learning Services Office (Suite ) for new ideas or some help with your own ideas!


  • Continuing Education & Professional Studies

    At Molloy University, our Division of Continuing Education and Professional Studies is dedicated to providing flexible non-college credit educational programming for the learner looking to advance their career, train for a new one or fulfill a passion for learning. Hundreds of non-credit classes and programs are offered each year for people of all ages, interests and learning needs! We offer programs in:

    Conferences are offered throughout the year in many different areas and may be of interest to nurses, teachers, counselors, social workers, music therapists, speech-language pathologists, students and the general public. 

  • The Speech, Language and Hearing Center

    The Molloy University Speech, Language and Hearing Center (SLHC) facility is a dynamic place where faculty, staff and students evaluate and treat communication disorders in infants, children and adults.

    The Speech Center offers both evaluation and treatment services in the areas of speech, language and hearing primarily by student clinicians from the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders. The Center is staffed with licensed and experienced professionals, certified by the American Speech Language and Hearing Association who work closely with the student clinicians.

    It is our policy to serve all individuals who are eligible for its program without regard to race, national origin, gender, disability, age, religion or sexual orientation.

  • The Mental Health and Wellness Center

    Molloy University’s Mental Health and Wellness Center (MHWC) is affiliated with the University’s Clinical Mental Health Counseling Program (CMHC). The MHWC provides affordable, low cost, high-quality psychotherapy services for individuals in our community. Graduate students from the CMHC Program provide counseling services under the supervision of licensed clinicians and mental health professionals.

    The Wellness Center offers the following mental health services:

    • Individual therapy for children, adolescents, and adults
    • Group therapy for all ages
    • Couples therapy
    • Family therapy
    • Workshops and staff development training

  • The Community Care Mobile Clinic

    Molloy University’s Community Care mobile clinic provides free services to neighborhoods facing barriers to accessing healthcare on Long Island. The multidisciplinary project provides our students with unique opportunities for hands-on learning. 

    Some of the services we can bring to your community include: