United States, New York

Molloy College is a private catholic college, established in early 1955. Molloy College is situated in the Rockville Center of New York. Being settled in the city of New York itself gives an augmentation to the college as the industry connections increases and also different amazing friends are made. The college has always believed in imparting the quality of academics, spirituality, and great services to the students so that they can use their excellence to leverage themselves and the world. Averagely Molloy College witnesses more than 5,000 enrollments every year, from which 5% of the total student body are international students. The College respects everyone and each opinion so that no one feels left out. The quest of students to find the college that offers great academic programs and exciting services ends at Molloy College.

Campus Life

Molloy College has a civilized campus that offers great facilities and services to all the students and staff members. The college provides fascinating state-of-art student services such as an internet hub, a place to grab a bite in between the lectures, online shopping facilities, career development centers, counseling services, and a place to spend time and bond with friends. The on-campus accommodation and dining services are reasonable and easily available for all the students. The library at the campus is fully equipped with the latest reading materials and journals which is useful for researchers. Apart from the on-campus activities, there are enormous numbers of stellar activities took place throughout the year in the city where students can enjoy their time.

Noted Alumni

Molloy College has gifted many great minds to the world. Some of the alumni are Jaylen Morris is an American professional basketball player for Bnei Herzliya of the Israeli National League. John Petrucelli - an eminent American professional basketball player for Ratiopharm Ulm of the Basketball Bundesliga (BBL) who has bagged many awards for his unique gameplay. Joseph Francis Holden, nicknamed "Socks," was an American professional baseball player, manager, and scout.