|Students who got into MMC say:|
Essay (8) |
| | Consider. Fill application. ACCEPTED.
Fail high school. Maintain at least room temperature IQ. The 1000$ scholar ship is yours!
All you have to do is provide a social security number and low quality essay to be accepted.
| Perfomance Arts|
| Oct 13 2012 |
Specifically for the theatre department, you have to audition. The process seemed unprofessional and extremely unorthodox in comparison to the other schools I auditioned for.
They accept almost everyone. Be prepared to be in class with complete idiots. The only math requirement at this school is "quantitative reasoning"... probably because most majors are either in the dance or theater department.
When I applied I was deciding between (Transferring) attending MMC or PACE university. Marymount has this program that if you come in on a Tuesday (I think) and bring all the proper paperwork (that is listed on the admissions website) you would get a tour and while on that tour your transfer paperwork will be reviewed and you will have an acceptance decision by the time you return. I got shown the campus met some students and professors came back and got accepted, it was brilliant. It honestly was the simplest process of my entire decision to move to NYC, everything else (getting an apartment) was a real pain! Getting into MMC was simple, quick, and fun. Compared to my friends entrance into Columbia my acceptance to Marymount was a sweet dream, his was a nightmare. When coming to the school I felt like the only student applying, getting personal attention by the admission staff was wonderful.
| Perfomance Arts|| Jun 12 2012 |
I recommend coming to Marymount with all the information you need to bring to apply. Submit your information and take the tour, you can get accepted to more then one school so no reason not to. The application fee at MMC is minimal and it's quick to apply. Take the tour and see what the school has to offer. I decided to not even go to PACE I just stayed at MMC, I had found a friendly accepting environment that made me feel at home and comfortable, and I immediately knew I had made the right decision, and I'm still certain of that.