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Who is a freshman student?

You are considered a freshman for admission and scholarship purposes if you have not enrolled in college course work after high school completion, regardless of the number of college credits earned while in high school

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The Me Too Monologues At Marist

Written by Marissa Russo, Class of 2015.   From the moment I stepped on the Marist campus, I knew I was home. From the first day of my freshman year, I knew I had a Red Fox Family behind me every step of the way. Even so, everyone has their stories, secrets, and parts of…
Visions of Japan: Marist Study Abroad

Until the 1850s, Japan was a land shrouded in mystery. When it opened its ports to Western trade, it soon became an inspiration for European artists and writers who were looking for a breath of fresh air in Western art and literature. A wave of Japonisme, or the love of all things Japanese, swept up…
“Developing A Well-Rounded Professional” with PRSSA

Are you interested in a communication career path, specifically in Public Relations? Becoming a member of Marist’s Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) is the perfect opportunity for students to learn more about the industry through networking events, conferences, mentor programs, and much more. In February, Marist’s PRSSA Chapter hosted the “Developing a Well-Rounded Professional” regional…

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