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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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Fall in the Hudson Valley: Apple Picking

When fall is in the air at Marist, there is no way to avoid fall fever – you develop this need to go apple picking, make apple cider, get apple cider donuts, go pumpkin picking, the list goes on and on. Lucky for us, there are countless options to calm your fall fever; my friends…
My Early Decision

Senior year of high school is filled with many exciting and anxious events ranging from prom-posals to taking the  SATs, If there are two words that seniors dread more than anything it’s ‘college decisions’. And even more intimidating is thinking of applying to your number one school ‘early decision’. When I first heard of the…
Marist Students Win First Place in “Code for Good” Hackathon

Original Post courtesy of Marist Academics  JP Morgan Chase’s Competition Encourages Software Development for Charities Marist School of Computer Science and Mathematics students Scott Hansen, Michelle Crawley, and Jimmy Crowley (shown above with Dr. Casimer DeCusatis) traveled to the JP Morgan Chase offices in New York City on October 16th and 17th for the 24-hour “Code…

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