Molloy College’s Virtual Open House Set for April 18
Molloy’s open house will take place virtually on April 18 at 1 p.m. via Zoom.
Following a welcome by the College’s new president, Dr. James Lentini, prospective students will have the option to choose from a variety of sessions. Each session will be offered multiple times that day.
“Molloy’s open house was designed to give prospective students the important information they need before choosing a college,” said Linda Albanese, the College’s vice president for enrollment management. “That’s why we created a number of breakout sessions on different topics with Q&A options available for each one.”
“One of the most important things you can do at any open house is ask questions. This is your opportunity to get the information you need.” —Linda Albanese, Vice President for Enrollment Management
Open house topics that will be covered include academics, admissions, student life, athletics, residence halls, financial aid and graduate assistantships.
Molloy will also offer Transfer Tuesday and Freshman Welcome Wednesday, as well as graduate and adult learners information sessions throughout the spring semester. There are also in-person tours that can be scheduled at https://admissions.molloy.edu/portal/campus-tour
“We are dedicated to providing our students with the best possible value. If you come to Molloy, you graduate with a job in your field at a salary that’s significantly higher than average." —Dr. James Lentini, President, Molloy College
Academic Programs That Fuel Careers
Molloy students can earn degrees in a variety of outstanding academic programs (including nursing, business, education, social work, music therapy, computer studies and many more) that lead to rich and rewarding careers. Additionally, Molloy offers a variety of graduate and doctoral programs that provide the opportunity for students to further enhance their career or take a new direction while pursuing a passion. The College’s graduate programs include a variety of M.B.A. options, as well as programs in clinical mental health counseling, criminal justice, music therapy, speech-language pathology, education and nursing.
Molloy, home to approximately 4,800 undergraduate and graduate students, continues to expand its flexible learning options for many of its programs, so that students can take night, weekend, hybrid or online classes. Some of Molloy’s newer offerings include an online M.B.A., as well as a new degree completion program that will enable returning students to easily complete their undergraduate degree.
Molloy recently launched The Experiential Academy. This two-year program enables students to fulfill their entire general education requirements through hands-on, active, in-the-world learning. A unique opportunity, this program meets only one day a week on campus and uses online modules and assignments to create flexibility in the learning environment. At the end of two years, students will have completed an associate degree and have the opportunity to transition into most majors at the College.
Visit molloy.edu to learn more.