Molloy University Campus Tour Video

Molloy University Virtual Tour

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Welcome to Molloy University! We are so excited to share our amazing campus with you. Founded in 1955 by the Dominican Sisters, Molloy offers a multitude of programs, clubs, and experiences to provide the ultimate college experience. With 3600 undergraduates and 1100 graduates, Molloy offers an intimate college experience, where you can form close relationships with your peers and professors. The average class size is 25 students, and the student-to-faculty ratio is 10:1, giving students the opportunity to have direct access to professors.

We have 4 different schools at Molloy: The School of Arts and Sciences, the School of Business, the School of Education and Human Services, and the School of Nursing and Health Sciences. Within these schools, Molloy offers over 50 undergraduate programs to choose from!

On the second floor of the Wilbur Arts Center, you'll find the Enrollment offices of Admissions, Registrar, Bursar, and Financial Aid. On the first floor, there's also the Student Solution Center, a place dedicated to helping students find the answers to questions that may pop up during their time at Molloy.

Also on the first floor of Wilbur is the Hays Theater. The theater serves as a primary space for our Theatre Arts students.  When not occupied by theatre, it's a great location for student events ranging from iceless ice skating, a petting zoo, paint night, and many other fun activities!

Quealy gym is home to athletic games including Men's and Women's Basketball as well as Volleyball.  Here you can watch your fellow Lions compete against other colleges and universities. Fun events hosted in the gym include Maroon Madness and the annual Halloween party! Molloy Athletics is a Division II school, with 19 teams to choose from.

There's also club sports such as Men's Rugby, Dance, Cheerleading, the Equestrian Team, and E-Sports! Molloy also has a fitness center that is completely free for our students.

The lower level of Wilbur houses classrooms, the Rebecca Center for Music Therapy, and the TV Studio for our communications majors.

The Casey Center is home to Molloy's School of Business. This building is noted for offering a Wall-Street style trading room for our students where they can learn real-world investment skills that will serve as the foundation for their careers. In addition to many areas of studies, the business program offers an Honors Program for eligible students. But not just business students are found in the hallways of this building.  Student Academic Support services are also located within the Casey Center.

Here, students can come visit the Writing Center, STEEP and the Academic Enrichment Program, which offers students free tutoring sessions. All services can be used free of charge for any Molloy student.

Kellenberg Hall is the home to our Science Labs, student classrooms, and our library. We know how tough finals can be, so the library hours are extended during midterms and final exams to help students during those late-night study sessions. And just in case you're off-campus, we have an instant messaging system with librarians so you can still remotely ask any question you may have pertaining to a project.

The Anselma Room is attached to Kellenberg Hall and is Molloy's main dining area. The Anselma Room, or AR for short, serves Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner, complete with a salad station, grill, and sandwiches made to order. There are different specials every day and a grab-and-go station for students in a rush.

The Barbara H. Hagan building for Nursing and Health Sciences is considered one of the most state of the art facilities in the country. It features 10 Nursing labs, a pediatric suite and birthing suite with infant warmer, community homecare rooms, and private exam and high-fidelity rooms. The facility offers students real-world training, housing 30 beds with a rail system, ICU equipment, and 20 mannequin adult and pediatrics. Our simulation program provides interactive opportunities allowing students to bridge theories into practice in a safe learning environment. Faculty members monitor students through one-way glass and control the mannequins. Students can be filmed during the simulation and access the footage later to watch themselves in action.

There are 2 conference rooms for students to use for their projects or student meetings. On the lower level, there are two amphitheater classrooms and a computer lab with 65 computers for students use. The Hagan building is one of our newest buildings and is fitted with state-of-the-art equipment to ensure our students get real-world experience to bolster their careers in the healthcare industry.

Lastly, we have the Public Square, Molloy's equivalent to a student center. Here is where students can get involved in clubs, study in groups, relax with their friends, or participate in mission projects.

The first floor is where students can explore other food options, different than what's offered in the Anselma Room. It also has a Starbucks for the quick "pick me- up" that students sometimes need. The Madison Theater is housed adjacently to the Public Square. This Theater seats 550 guests and is complete with high tech light and sound equipment that's industry standard. The theater hosts many exciting shows and performances, to which students receive discounted tickets. It's also the space where our prestigious Molloy/CAP 21 Theater program and the Molloy Performing Arts Club performs.

The lower level of the Public Square is mostly comprised of classrooms with acoustic rooms for musicians to practice in. The Counseling Center is also located in the lower level of Public Square. At Molloy, our students' mental health is a top priority, so counseling is completely free for any student to utilize.

The second floor of Public Square contains several study rooms that can be reserved online, a student lounge, and a computer lab that houses both Mac and PC's. If you're interested in competitive gaming, E-Sports is also located here. Looking to get involved? The 3rd floor of Public Square is the place to go!  This is where Student affairs is located, and student life is one of the most crucial aspects to your life here as a Molloy student. Student Affairs handles all non-academic activities such as clubs, events, and parties. From Orientation to commencement, Student Affairs is here for you! With over 60 clubs and organizations to choose from, there's never a shortage of things to do on campus. Student Affairs also offers many off-campus events such as discounted tickets for Broadway Shows, sporting events and operas. Don't forget to stop by to meet the staff and find out about the student life experience!

For those interested in volunteer work, Campus Ministries offers service projects, midnight runs and volunteer opportunities at local soup kitchens. Campus Ministries is also in charge of running daily Mass that's held in our on campus chapel.

Interested in Studying Abroad? Everyone should check out the Global Learning office in Public Square to see how a student can fit studying abroad into their curriculum. It's one of the best things a student can do! In this building, students can also check out the Career Center office that gives insight on the ever-changing job market, resume critiques, internship offerings, and interview training.
Our robust community and campus life, coupled with our relevant academic programs, give students the ability to have a unique experience that will create lasting memories. Molloy is  the right choice right now! Welcome!