Merrimack College is a selective, independent Catholic college located in North Andover, Massachusetts. Merrimack follows the Catholic, Augustinian mission to enlighten minds, engage hearts and empower lives. The campus is located just 25 minutes north of the city of Boston and nearly 80% of Merrimack ‘s students live on campus.
Merrimack College was founded in 1947 as The Augustinian College of the Merrimack Valley. The same Province of St. Thomas of Villanova who founded Villanova University in Philadelphia, established Merrimack College at the request of Richard Cushing, then Archbishop of Boston to serve the needs of G.I.’s returning home from World War II. Since the college’s founding, the campus has grown to 40 buildings, including a 125,000-volume library. Merrimack has graduated over 22,000 students from all across the United States and around the globe.
Total Enrollment: 2,169
Institution Size: 1,000 - 4,999
Campus Setting: Suburban
Religious Affiliation: Roman Catholic
Highest Degree Offered: Masters
School Calendar Type: Semester
Total Undergrad Enrollment: 2,091
Total Grad Enrollment: 78
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The teachers respect the students in their classroom and allow them to educate themselves to the best of their ability. The teachers engage the students in higher level of learning but also...
My experience at Merrimack was great I feel like it went by so fast. I can honestly say that I learned a great deal that has helped me be who I am today. I am a Special Educator in an...
the best that Merrimack offers is small classes, an opportunity for bonds that last far beyond graduation. I have a couple of books out on amazon.com and honed all my writing ability while at...
The worst is walking across the campus in a cold biting wind. Academically, that you can not get an advanced degree, just a BA/BS. 'Went to cambridge for my MEd to teach . I think MC certifies in...
The size. It gives you the ability to get to know the faculty and student body on a more personal level. This allows you to develop better relationships and gain a better learning experience.
The campus policies. They were very inconsistent, I found that depending on what RA you had the rules changed which caused for a lot of confusion and often unfair punishment.
A high school student won a scholarship to attend Merrimack by winning an elaborate egg toss.
Another awesome thing is The size -- you are able to know everyone
Every student at this school needs A shovel
Another awesome thing is I was in a sorority which helped me be myself
Another awesome thing is Intramural Athletics - very fun!