Founded by the Dominican Sisters of Amityville in 1955, Molloy College is a private, multidimensional liberal arts college on Long Island, NY that offers associate, bachelor’s and master’s programs. There is also a doctorate program in nursing that is the first program in Molloy’s fledgling doctoral program. With approximately 4200 undergraduate and graduate students, Molloy is large enough to offer all of the technology and challenges of a large school yet it is small enough to provide a personalized, high-quality education to each student.
Molloy College offers a competitive intercollegiate athletic program as well as an equestrian team and other club sports. There are also intramural sports, more than 40 student clubs and organizations and an active residential campus life that keeps students entertained when not studying. New York City is just a short distance away as well, so students have access to innumerable cultural, historical and social opportunities that the city has to offer.
One of the hallmarks of the college is the accomplished yet friendly and approachable faculty that leads small classes in which students are taught to think critically and explore creatively. Molloy College offers an impressive international study-abroad program for students who are interested in pursuing an education while learning about other cultures first hand. The school also actively participates in several community service projects and is proud to provide educations to local students who are going to make the area a better place to live for everyone in the area.