There are over 60 different student clubs and activities at Merrimack College, which include a variety of cultural, educational, spiritual, social and recreational programs. The college’s Student Government Association organizes student life at Merrimack. Merrimack’s Sakowich Campus Center houses more than 40 different student clubs and organizations in addition to the campus recreation center.
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
Student to Faculty Ratio: 13 to 1
Total Number of Applicants: 3,888
Total Undergrad Enrollment: 2,091
Total Full-time Undergrad Enrollment: 1,910
Total Part-time Undergrad Enrollment: 181
Total Grad Enrollment: 78
Total Full-time Grad Enrollment: 18
Total Part-time Grad Enrollment: 60
The Merrimack College Warriors compete in 22 varsity sports for men and women. Merrimack’s NCAA Division I men's ice hockey team competes in the highly competitive Hockey East conference. The other 21 athletic teams compete in the NCAA Division II Northeast Ten Conference. This includes men's and women's soccer, lacrosse, track and field, and basketball. Men’s American football and baseball, women's field hockey, and rugby, men's and women's tennis, field hockey and volleyball, and cross country also compete at the NCAA Division II level.
Football: Northeast 10 Conference
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• Brian Cresta, (B.S. 1992), member of the Mass. House of Representatives (served 1994 - 2001)
• Michael K. Crowe, CEO of Crowe Paradis Holding Company
• Charlie Day, character Charlie Kelly from It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia
• Stéphane Da Costa, NHL player (Ottawa Senators)
• Christopher G. Fallon, (B.S. 1975), member of the Mass. House of Representatives (served 1996 - present)
• Matt Foy, NHL Hockey player for the Minnesota Wild
• Sally Ann Freedman, former beauty queen, professional model, and band vocalist. As Miss Massachusetts USA, she competed in the Miss Universe contest held in Long Beach, California in 1958.
• Nolan Godfrey, Major League Lacrosse player for the Philadelphia Barrage and Boston Cannons (2007–2008)
• Jim Hrivnak, NHL player for the Washington Capitals, Winnipeg Jets and St Louis Blues (1989–1994).
• William Leahy, AT&T New England President
• Steve McKenna, NHL hockey player for the LA Kings, Minnesota Wild, NY Rangers & Pittsburgh Penguins (1996–2004)
• Brian C. Mitchell, former president of Bucknell University
• Richard Santagati, former president of Merrimack College