This week's episode is with Business Management major, Chris O’Reilly of Men’s Basketball.
We are dedicated to providing an exceptional student life experience.
With two residence halls, over 60 clubs and societies, exciting trips, community service options, theatre performances and a variety of special and social events, there truly is something always happening on our campus. The Molloy community is welcoming and nurturing and the campus is an ideal setting to explore your personal and professional goals. These activities aren't meant to just fill your time, they are also opportunities to meet with other Molloy students of many different backgrounds to help you get involved on campus and in your community.
The Office of Student Affairs is made up of offices that work together to enrich the College experience and help our students develop to their fullest potential intellectually, emotionally, socially and spiritually.
We have assembled an array of resources to create an active and engaging campus and a safe living and learning environment. The staff of the Office of Student Affairs will be your guides as you explore your opportunities at Molloy College and prepare for your future. We are with you from your first experience on campus at New Student Orientation to your walk across the stage at Commencement and beyond.
Molloy life's student campus app (Corq) is now available in the App Store for iPhone and iPad.
When Ashlee Yearwood began her freshman semester at Molloy College, she never thought she would be participating in meetings for the United Nations.
The yearly event, which was run by Melissa Guida and the Programming Team of Molloy Student Government, gave out a free bear to any Molloy student who wanted one.
Women's Tennis Match
03:00 PM to 05:00 PM
08:00 PM to 11:00 PM
“Impressions: The Artist’s Eye” at the Frank & Gertrude Kaiser Art Gallery
01:00 PM to 05:00 PM
The Madison Theatre at Molloy College Presents…The Wanderer: The Story of Dion
03:00 PM to 05:00 PM
Molloy Life By The Numbers
Miles to Midtown
The heart of the Big Apple
Student retention rate
among the nation's highest rate
Clubs and organizations on
campus to choose from
their degree last year