Students from all over the country, and the world, apply each year to begin their college career at MMC. We hope you will be one of them.
At Marymount Manhattan College, our goal is to ensure access and equity in our admission process by eliminating obstacles our incoming students may face when completing the application process. Effective immediately, Marymount Manhattan College will be test-optional for our Fall 20’ and Fall 21’ entry term applicants. During this unprecedented time, when SAT and ACT test sites are not as available due to the COVID-19 outbreak, our applicants will no longer need to submit test scores to complete their applications.
Please note that this new policy will not affect our Fall ’20 or Fall 21’ scholarship offerings. Currently, this new admission policy applies to domestic applicants only. We are in the midst of reviewing our policy for international admission. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the Office of Admission
Choose your Admission Plan
Early Decision: This is a binding admission plan and you should only choose it if MMC is your first choice. Applicants to the Dance and Theater Arts programs may not choose this due to timing of auditions. In addition, HEOP applicants should not choose this plan. If accepted and you agree on the financial aid package, you will be required to attend and must withdraw all applications to other schools. You must submit an Early Decision Agreement signed by you, your parents, and your high school counselor. If you are not accepted early decision, your application will be rolled over into regular decision for review. The deadline to apply is November 1 and you will be notified of a decision on December 1. You must submit your tuition deposit by February 15.
Early Action: This is a non-binding admission plan. You are free to apply to other colleges and compare financial aid packages before making a final decision. If you are not accepted early action, your application will be rolled over into regular decision for review. The deadline to apply is December 1 and you will be notified of a decision on December 21. You must submit your tuition deposit by May 1.
Regular Admission: This is a non-binding admission plan and is the most flexible. You are free to apply to other colleges and compare financial aid packages before making a final decision. Applications are reviewed and notifications sent on a rolling basis. You must submit your tuition deposit by May 1.
Note: All students are reviewed on the regular admission plan for summer and spring terms.
- MMC Application or Common Application
- Official high school or secondary school transcript or Certificate of High School Equivalency (home-schooled students must fulfill specific requirements)
- Test-Optional - SAT I and/or ACT scores (MMC code is 2405 for SAT and 2811 for ACT)
- One recommendation
- Essay (250-500 words, topics listed on the application)
- $60 non-refundable application fee
International students should refer to the international applicant information.