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Merrimack College

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About Merrimack College

Merrimack College is a selective, independent college in the Catholic, Augustinian tradition whose mission is to enlighten minds, engage hearts and empower lives.

The College offers undergraduate degrees in the liberal arts, business, science and engineering, and education; it also offers graduate programs and a range of bachelor’s degree completion programs.

Throughout the curriculum, students can take advantage of hands-on opportunities including cooperative education and internships, research with faculty, study abroad and service learning.  And, because our curriculum emphasizes the liberal arts, graduates are prepared to be imaginative, analytical, aware of trends and historical perspectives, clear thinking, and adaptable to changes in their career.

Campus information

Now 220-acre Merrimack College has graduated nearly 22,000 students; has grown to nearly 40 buildings including a 125,000-volume library; four classroom buildings; including the Gregor Johann Mendel, O.S.A., Science, Engineering and Technology Center; the 130,000-square-foot Sakowich Campus Center; the Rogers Center for the Arts; the S. Peter Volpe Athletic Center; Austin Hall, which houses administrative offices; the Collegiate Church of Christ the Teacher; student apartment buildings, townhouses and residence halls; and the Louis H. Hamel Health Center. Students at Merrimack College now come from all across the United States and around the globe.

 Merrimack College is  approximately 25 miles north of Boston

Accommodation

Apartments
The St. Thomas and St. Ann apartments primarily house upperclass students in an independent living environment. Each apartment has two bedrooms, a kitchen area, a living room, and semi-private bathroom space. The St. Thomas Community room is located adjacent to C tower and has a large space for students to gather to study or socialize.

Ash Centre
Ash Centre is a traditional style residence hall with doubles, triples, and four person suites. This hall primarily houses first year and some upperclass students. There is a large space on the first floor including a fireplace, flat screen television, and a ping pong table. The second floors have a large foyer for group meetings and private study sessions. Ash Centre is the home to the Austin Scholars, Global Leadership, Honors, and Mack in Motion living learning communities.

Deegan Hall
Deegan Hall is a traditional style residence hall with doubles, triples, and quads. This hall primarily houses first year students. Each floor also has its own common area, study lounge, and community bathrooms. In addition, there are seminar rooms on the first floor of Deegan West where some classes are held.

Monican Centre
Monican Centre is a traditional style residence hall with doubles, triples, and four person suites. This hall primarily houses first year and sophomore students. There is a large space on the first floor including a fireplace, a pool table, and a ping pong table. The second floors have a large foyer for group meetings and private study sessions.

North Residential Village
North Residential Village is a suite style, independent living area housing primarily upperclass students. The area has four and six person suites. Each suite contains a common living area and semi-private bathroom space. This residence area is home to the upperclass honors living learning community. It is also the home Sanctuary, a full-service café serving Starbucks coffee.

O’Brien Hall
O’Brien Hall is a suite style, independent living area housing primarily upperclass students. The area has four, five, six, seven, and eight person suites. Each suite contains a common living area and semi-private bathroom space. This residence hall includes a kitchen, a pool table, and a television. There is also a classroom on the second floor. O’Brien is home to Merrimack College’s student newspaper, the Beacon.

Royal Crest
The Merrimack College apartments at Royal Crest primarily house upperclass students in an independent living environment. Each apartment has two or three bedrooms, a kitchen area, a living room, and semi-private bathroom space. Students living at Royal Crest have access to the pool area, the club house, and the community gym.

South Residential Village
South Residential Village is a suite style, independent living area housing primarily upperclass students. The area has four, five, six, and seven person suites. Each suite contains a common living area and semi-private bathroom space.

Townhouses
The Townhouses house upperclass students in an independent living environment. Each townhouse has a common space and shared bathroom space. Each house has six bedrooms and each bedroom houses two or three students.

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Courses available 10

Applied and Pure Sciences 1 Business and Management 1 Computer Science and IT 2 Education and Teaching 1 Engineering 2 Health and Medicine 1 Humanities & Social Sciences 1 Law 1 Mass Communication & Media 1

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