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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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Finding Your Place at Marist

Finding the Fit: Transfer Students Feel Welcome They May Have Started College Elsewhere, but Marist is Now Called Home According to the Marist College Mission Statement, “Marist is dedicated to helping students develop the intellect, character, and skills required for enlightened, ethical, and productive lives in the global community of the 21st century.” Through the…
Meet the Yellens

Meet the Yellens: 6 things you didn’t know about the president-elect and his wife Following the big announcement that David Yellen would succeed President Murray, the thought on everyone’s mind has been, “Who is David Yellen?” We spoke with the president-elect and his wife, Leslie Richards-Yellen, to get better acquainted with Marist’s newest president and his…
Creative Networking: Marist Advertising Students’ First Annual Portfolio Review

With a vast alumni network, plenty of partnerships, and history of graduate employment to some of the world’s largest companies, Marist is always striving to make sure their students and graduates are prepared for success after graduation. However, when it comes to being prepared for a job, it doesn’t always just come down to grades…

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