Diversity and Inclusion at Marist
Resources for Geographic Diversity
Marist began as a small local college, but it has evolved to become a place that welcomes students from nearly 70 countries and almost every state in the U.S. Indeed, our founders the Marist Brothers can be found in 81 countries around the world, so a global outlook is in our DNA. We firmly believe that part of a great college education is the opportunity to get to know people from all walks of life. These personal interactions in academic, social, athletic, and other settings can foster increased mutual understanding, expand students’ view of the world, and even lead to lifelong friendships.
Resources at Marist:
- Center for Multicultural Affairs - Plans and implements educational, cultural, social programs on diversity to facilitate cross cultural dialogue for the entire campus. The CMA houses resources for geographic and cultural education.
- Marist College Weiss Language Center - Provides teaching resources for current and aspiring teachers of world languages and resources for research and grants.
- Marist Abroad - Marist Abroad, the College's study abroad program, promotes international engagement and academic, personal, and professional development through rigorous reflective study abroad, overseas internships, and intercultural programming.