Information for Current Students
myMarist is the College's student portal, containing all the information students require for daily success. This includes information for class registration, on-campus activities, and important notices. Log into myMarist to learn more.
Brightspace is Marist's central hub for all academic information, including class assignments, test-taking environments, and announcements. Log into Brightspace.
iLearn is Marist's former learning management system. Courses will no longer run in iLearn after the Spring 2023 semester, but access is still available. Log into iLearn.
The Marist community is provided with Office 365 for Education and online access to Outlook (email), Calendar, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and OneNote, as well as a desktop Outlook application.
Marist App for Reserving Space
For reserving computer time in the Donnelly Lab as well as other Marist services, please download and use the Marist App.
Safety and Security
All parents are concerned about the well-being of their child(ren) while they are attending college. Marist recognizes this concern and employs advanced security measures to assure that our students can enjoy their years here as safely as possible. Learn more about Marist's Safety and Security Department.
Dedicated on May 6th, 2000, the James A. Cannavino Library is known for its blending of classical design and 21st-century technology. The three-story structure overlooks the campus green and Hudson River on the west, and "Heritage Plaza,” which connects historic 19th-century buildings and the college chapel, on the east.
Academic support functions ranging from a writing center to language labs and multimedia classrooms are just some of the features that serve as a laboratory for learning on the library's top floor. The Cannavino Library's two-story atrium entrance also features a coffee bar and is a popular gathering space for students, faculty and staff.
Marist Abroad promotes international engagement and academic, personal, and professional development through rigorous reflective study abroad, overseas internships, and intercultural programming. Learn more about Marist Abroad.
Housing and Residental Life
Residential life is an integral part of the total educational experience. To find out more about where you'll live during your years on campus, off-campus housing opportunities, and more, visit Housing and Residental Life.
Student Financial Services
A college education as invaluable as that of Marist shouldn't be out of reach for any student. That's why our Student Financial Services Department is dedicated to finding our students as many financial aid opportunities as possible.
Accessible technology is an integral part of student and academic life at Marist. For information about bringing your computer to Marist, connecting to the network, and wireless access coverage, visit Information Technology.
Marist's registrar provides a wealth of information for our students. To learn about course catalogs, New York State Scholarships (TAP), GI Bill Benefits®, FERPA, commencement, and more, visit the Registrar.
GI Bill® is a registered trademark of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). More information about education benefits offered by VA is available at the official U.S. government Web site at http://www.benefits.va.gov/gibill.
Report an Academic Integrity Violation
Academic violations include cheating, plagiarism or falsifying official records related to the College. General classroom misbehavior is considered a non-academic violation. If you have questions about whether a behavior is considered academic misconduct, please contact the Office of Student Conduct. Additional information is included in the Academic Integrity section of the Student Code of Conduct.
Please use the Academic Integrity Violation Form to notify the Office of Student Conduct of a violation. In addition, faculty also will need to fill out the Faculty Adjudication Form and submit this to the Office of Student Conduct.