As an independent four year Catholic college set up in 1947, Merrimack College is dedicated to serve the spirit of knowledge. Spread across two hundred and twenty acres, the college has over forty buildings, a well stocked library and boasts of over twenty two thousand graduates. The Merrimack College is accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges. The college also has memberships with several national and regional organizations. To support the learners in reaching their educational goals, the Merrimack College provides grants and scholarships to eligible students. The college has three departments namely, science and engineering, liberal arts and business. Athletics and sports like volleyball, Frisbee, basketball, soccer and pool tournaments are some of outdoor activities that students indulge into. Small class sizes, opportunity of internships, quality faculty resource and extra curricular activities makes the learning atmosphere at Merrimack College truly memorable.
The courses offered at Merrimack College include undergraduate and graduate programs, honors programs, adult degrees, professional courses and MBA in partnership with Suffolk University. A partial list of the courses offered at Merrimac College is provided here:
Communication Arts & Sciences
Master of Education Degree (M.Ed.) and Teacher Licensure Programs
For first year student seeking admission at the Merrimack College, Common Applications are accepted. Record of secondary school completion, Sat or ACT and TOEFL scores (if taken) have to be submitted during the admission procedure. Students also need to submit an application essay along with the above.
Merrimack College provides accommodation facility to the students. On campus housing at Merrimack College is about residing in the residence halls. These residence halls at the college are known as the Deegan Hall, Ash Centre, Monican Centre, Santagati Hall, townhouses and student apartments.
315 Turnpike Street
North Andover, MA