School of Liberal Arts

Fontaine building
“The liberal arts education I received at Marist really prepared me for what I’m doing now...I’m a firm believer in the liberal arts, so it was important to me to have that type of undergraduate experience." - Bernadette Hogan '17, English and Philosophy major, Spanish and Theatre minor; Political Reporter, The New York Post

About the School of Liberal Arts

The School of Liberal Arts empowers students to function as creative thinkers, skilled writers, and innovative problem-solvers. With a cross-disciplinary mindset, the School of Liberal Arts encourages its students to explore multiple academic areas of interest to increase their marketability after graduation. The School’s interdisciplinary approach to learning and flexible curriculum empower students to diversify their thinking and prepare for their future beyond Marist.

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A Message from the Dean

When students and their families visit the College, I often suggest that the best way to understand the liberal arts at Marist is to take a walk around Fontaine Hall, the award-winning building that houses our school. 

Dr. Martin Shaffer, Dean

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