The Intercultural Center at MMC seeks to provide students with a variety of educational, social, and financial resources during their undergraduate experience. Below is a list of these resources that will be available on a regular and/or recurring basis for visitors to the IC.
A collection of books available to students during their visit to the IC including books on race and racism, activism, and advocacy work.
Movements, Protests, and Civil Resistance
Resources on safely protesting including workshops on grassroots organizing and safety protest kits with first-aid supplies, goggles, and more.
Limited free Metro Cards for students in need. To apply for MMC Rides, please visit our form on MMC Engage.
The Beat – The Intercultural Center’s Monthly Newsletter
A monthly newsletter completely focused on social justice and advocacy with think articles written by Intercultural Center student staff and other student contributors.
Anti-Racism, Social Justice, and Wellness Resources
From the Office of Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion at MMC, this list includes educational resources for anti-racism learning as well as wellness tools for BIPoC communities.
Scholarships and Endowed Funds
Lou Martarano Scholarship
Monthly Applicants whose combined academic histories, personal plans, and community service records are deemed to show leadership and concern for others. Preference will be given to students who have been involved in or supported the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) community. Awards will be provided to students who have a strong desire to complete a degree at MMC. Scholarship monies may be applied to pay for education related expenses such as Marymount Manhattan housing, books, and supplies.
The First Generation Endowed Scholarship
Awarded to First Generation Low Income Students who are Pell Eligible, and demonstrate great financial need.