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Part-Time and Full-Time Students


Non-Matriculated Students

Students who wish to attend Marist but are not seeking a degree may become non-matriculated students. Often students enrolling as non-matriculated are ones who are unsure if they want to become degree seeking students or who just want to take a course they are interested in, and would like to receive the college credit for that course. Students who want to enroll as non-matriculated students must submit a special application form to the Undergraduate Admission office.

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Marist College Codes

  • SAT code: 2400
  • ACT code: 2804
  • FAFSA code: 002765

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Application Deadlines and Requirements

* Personal Essay Requirement
To help organize your essay consider the following questions:1. Why are you interested in pursuing a degree at Marist College?2. What are your academic/professional goals and how do you believe Marist can assist in achieving those goals?3. Provide some personal history/any additional information about you that will help the Admission Committee better make an informed admission decision.

PROGRAM

REQUIREMENTS FOR
ADMISSION

DEADLINE
*applications are reviewed on a rolling basis

TUITION

All Majors in:
School of Communication,
School of Management,
School of Science,
School of Computer Science & Math,
School of Liberal Arts, School of Social & Behavioral Sciences
Application
Official College Transcripts
Official High School Transcripts
Personal Essay* (indicate full name on each page)
Preferred Application Deadline*: 
Fall: Aug. 1
Spring/January: Nov. 1

Call 845.575.3226 to speak
with an admission counselor.
Full-time:
$16,625
plus fees

Part-time:
$625/credit
School of Social & Behavioral Sciences

BS in Social Work
Degree Completion Program
Application
Official College Transcripts
Official High School Transcripts
Personal Essay* (indicate full name on each page)

Personal Interview
Preferred Application Deadline*: 
Fall: Aug. 1

Call 845.575.3226 to speak
with an admission counselor.
$625/credit
School of Professional Programs:

BA/BS in Liberal Studies
Online and On-ground
Application
Official College Transcripts
Official High School Transcripts
Resume
Personal Essay* (indicate full name on each page)

Preferred Application Deadline*: 
Fall: Aug. 1
Spring/January: Nov. 1

Call 845.575.3226 to speak
with an admission counselor.
$625/credit
School of Global & Professional
Programs:

BA/BS in Liberal Studies: Organizational Leadership & Communication (OLC) cohort
Application
Official College Transcripts
Official High School Transcripts
Resume
Personal Essay* (indicate full name on each page)
Preferred Application Deadline*: 
Fall: Aug. 1

Call 845.575.3226 to speak
with an admission counselor.
$625/credit
School of Professional Programs:

BS in Liberal Studies Online. Emphasis on Leadership.
Application
Official College Transcripts
Official High School Transcripts
Resume
Personal Essay* (indicate full name on each page)
Preferred Application Deadline*: 
Fall: Aug. 1
Spring/March: Nov. 1

Call 845.575.3226 to speak
with an admission counselor.
$625/credit
School of Professional Programs:

Paralegal Certificate
Application 
Official College Transcripts 
Official High School Transcripts
Preferred Application Deadline*: 
Fall: Aug. 1 
Spring/March: Feb. 1 

Call 845.575.3226 to speak with an admission counselor.
$495/credit (Fishkill Weekends) 

$625/credit (Poughkeepsie)

* Personal Essay Requirement
To help organize your essay consider the following questions:1. Why are you interested in pursuing a degree at Marist College?2. What are your academic/professional goals and how do you believe Marist can assist in achieving those goals?3. Provide some personal history/any additional information about you that will help the Admission Committee better make an informed admission decision.

 
 
 



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