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
Marist Fox Tales Blog
The All Time Low-Down: Marist’s Fall Concert
By Derek Rose and Katherine Louie On Thursday, September 25th, Marist College held its fall concert in The McCann Recreational Center. Open to all Marist students, tickets sold for only $10, making it a feasible activity for everyone to enjoy. “It was just a really good time,” said junior Mike McClatchey. “I’ve been a fan…
Alum and Motivational Speaker Inspires Current Students
On October 9th, Marisel Herrera—the Director of First Year Success at Arizona State University—spoke to an eager Marist audience. The event was hosted by the Center of Multicultural Affairs, which specifically contacted Herrera—who is also a life coach, author, poet and educator—because she received her bachelor’s degree from Marist in 1994. During her lecture, Herrera…
Calling all Hip-Hoppers, Irish Steppers, and Ballet…ers?
Have you ever found yourself doing tendus in line in the cafeteria? Watching Dance Moms religiously? Maybe daydreaming about jumps and leaps or tapping your toes while waiting for class to start? No? Maybe that’s just me. But if you love to dance and are looking for other Red Foxes who feel the same way,…