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  • Molloy College: Federal Progress Requirements
    Services Student Health and Wellness This Week At Molloy Suggestion Box Molloy Life News Public Safety Leadership through service Admissions Financial Aid Federal Progress Requirements Federal Progress Requirements Federal Financial Aid Academic Progress Requirements Financial aid recipients are required to maintain satisfactory academic progress in order to continue to receive financial aid A student must remain in good academic standing to receive funding under the Federal and state aid programs The following chart shows the minimum standards required for a full time student in order to maintain eligibility for federal financial aid Academic Year 1 2 3 4 5 6 GPA 1 8 2 0 2 0 2 0 2 0 2 0 In addition students are required to maintain a pace that will enable them to complete their degree within the federally mandated timeframe for example full time students must complete their bachelor s degree within six years After six years the student is no longer eligible for Federal Financial Aid To maintain pace requirements students at Molloy College must complete 67 of all attempted credits For more information contact the Financial Aid Office at 516 678 5000 ext 6249 Successfully completed is defined as having received grades of A B C D or P Grades of F W WF I or NA do not constitute successful completion The credit equivalency of remedial classes will be considered in determining progress for those students who are required to enroll in remedial classes Starting 2011 2012 as per new Federal regulation a student who fails to meet one or more of the satisfactory academic progress requirements will lose their eligibility to receive financial aid A student who has lost eligibility for financial aid due to failure to meet the academic progress requirements will regain eligibility when it has been determined that they are again meeting the standards A student who loses their eligibility may appeal this determination if there are serious circumstances which affected the student s performance For example a serious illness or a death in the family A student who wishes to apply for an appeal must submit a letter detailing the special circumstance along with substantiating documentation to the Financial Aid Office A student may not exceed 150 percent of the time required to complete their course of study A student may receive aid for a maximum of four classes being repeated because they failed to achieve a satisfactory grade in the class New York Financial Aid Academic Requirements Program Pursuit A student must achieve a passing or failing grade and complete a certain percentage of their full time course load in order to receive a state award during the subsequent semester grades of W or WF are not included Full time is defined as minimum of 12 credits or the equivalent The following chart lists the minimum standards of satisfactory progress that a student must maintain to continue their TAP eligibility for each subsequent semester Calendar Semester Non remedial students Payment Number 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th

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  • Molloy College: Federal Self-Help Loan Programs
    Available to undergraduate students Student must be enrolled for at least 6 credits and must demonstrate financial need as defined by federal regulations Possible Amounts Loan limits depend on grade level in school and dependency status Loan has a fixed interest rate see chart below and up to 2 0 origination fee Academic Year Interest Rate for Undergraduate Students Interest Rate for Graduate Students Interest Rate for Parents Interest Rate Cap for Undergraduate Students Interest Rate Cap for Graduate Students Interst Rate Cap for Parents 2014 2015 4 66 6 21 7 21 8 25 9 50 10 50 10 50 2013 2014 3 4 6 8 6 8 7 9 7 9 N A N A N A 2012 2013 3 4 6 8 6 8 7 9 7 9 N A N A N A Chart lists interest rates for the Subsidized Direct Loan as regulated by the Department of Education Application Process Complete the Direct Loan Master Promissory Note by paper or online at Studentloans gov First time borrowers at Molloy College must also complete an Entrance Counseling at the above website prior to disbursement of Direct funds Repayment Information Student enters repayment six months after the student graduates withdraws or falls below half time enrollment status Federal Unsubsidized Direct Loans Eligibility Available to undergraduate and graduate students Financial need is not necessary Undergraduate students must be enrolled for at least 6 credits Graduate students must be enrolled for at least 4 5 credits Possible Amounts Loan limits depend on grade level in school and dependency status Loan has up to 2 0 origination fee Interest accrues immediately from the date of issuance of the loan Application Process Complete the Direct Loan Master Promissory Note by paper or online at Studentloans gov First time borrowers at Molloy College must also complete an entrance counseling prior to receipt of Direct funds Repayment Information Student enters repayment six months after the student graduates withdraws or falls below half time enrolent status Maximum Annual Loan Amounts DEPENDENT STUDENT MAXIMUM ANNUAL LOAN AMOUNTS Chart below LEVEL BASE AMOUNT ADDITIONAL UNSUBSIDIZED LOAN TOTAL FRESHMAN 3500 2000 5500 SOPHOMORE 4500 2000 6500 JUNIOR SENIOR 5500 2000 7500 INDEPENDENT STUDENT MAXIMUM ANNUAL LOAN AMOUNTS Chart below LEVEL BASED AMOUNT ADDITIONAL UNSUBSIDIZED LOAN TOTAL FRESHMAN 3 500 6 000 9 500 SOPHOMORE 4 500 6 000 10 500 JUNIOR SENIOR 5 500 7 000 12 500 GRADUATE 20 500 20 500 Aggregate Borrowing Loan Limits Dependent Undergraduate 31 000 Independent Undergraduate 57 500 Graduate Student 138 500 Note Includes any loans received as an undergraduate Federal Direct Parent PLUS Loan Undergraduate Dependent Student Eligibility PLUS Loans are available to parents of dependent students Parents who have no adverse credit history are eligible for PLUS Loans Student must be enrolled for at least 6 credits Possible Amounts Maximum amount of eligibility is determined by the cost of attendance less any financial aid awarded to the student Application Process Complete the PLUS pre approval form at www

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  • Molloy College: Academic Policies and Procedures
    is considering the dropping of a course which would result in being registered for fewer than 12 credits he she should consult the appropriate offices before the drop is made to avoid major difficulties Full time students normally may not carry fewer than 12 or more than 18 credit hours a semester The normal course load in one semester is 15 or 16 credit hours To carry more than 17 credit hours written permission of the Associate Dean for Academic Support Services is required Note Full time students who expect to graduate in four years and who are carrying fewer than 16 credits in any one semester will have to make up these credits either through a credit overload in another semester or by attending Winter Intersession or Summer Session courses Auditing Courses Undergraduate students will be permitted to audit courses on a space available basis and with permission of the instructor Most courses with the exceptions of Allied Health Education Nursing and graduate Business are open to auditors unless otherwise indicated Students must be matriculated and registered for credit in the specific graduate discipline in order to audit at the graduate level Registration for audits will take place on designated registration dates Final verification of acceptance into the course will be made after the term begins Full time undergraduate students 12 or more credits may audit any two additional courses to the maximum of 6 credits free of additional charges and exclusive of the summer session and intersession Part time undergraduate and non matriculated students may audit one course and will pay one half the tuition and appropriate fees to audit a course exclusive of the summer session and intersession Students will be required to pay any special fee that may be attached to the course Non matriculated students will pay one half the tuition and appropriate fees to audit a course Students will be required to pay any special fee that may be attached to the course Alumni auditors The policy for alumni to audit is covered in Institutional Scholarships section of the catalog under Alumni Lifetime Scholarships Payment information Payment for audited courses must be made in full The deferred payment plan is not available for use for audited courses Refund information A student withdrawing from a course that is being audited will be granted a refund for tuition only if applicable in accordance with the refunds policy as stated in the college catalog If the status of a student changes at any time during the semester the policy that relates to the current status of the student will be adhered to i e students dropping from full time to part time status will be required to follow the policy of a part time student Policy on academic credit At no time will credit be granted for an audited course However the student may repeat the course for credit during another semester Any change from audit status to credit or vice versa may be made up to the last day for program change Consult the Academic Calendar for actual dates Records of courses that have been audited are part of the student s academic record and appear with the academic coursework on the transcript Transcripts will be issued upon written request and submission of appropriate fee The grade of AU is assigned for audited courses Remedial Instruction Remedial instruction provides pre collegiate course work that will correct specific areas of deficiency This may be applied to particular academic areas as defined by the institution and or department There is no credit towards the degree attached to these courses Placement in remedial courses is determined through a proficiency procedure defined by each department Remedial courses are numbered from 001 099 Pass Fail Courses The maximum number of credits allowed towards a degree for PASS FAIL courses is 12 credits Courses in the major minor related and general education requirements cannot be taken as PASS FAIL unless specified by the course description Students will be allowed to elect these credits in part or in whole as desired subject to the limitations set forth by the Vice President for Academic Affairs A request for permission to receive a grade on a PASS FAIL basis must be made in writing to the Office of the Registrar during the first three weeks of a semester Beginning with the fourth week of a semester no request will be accepted for changing from a letter grade status to PASS FAIL or vice versa FAIL grades will be equivalent to F and computed in the student s index The period for requesting permission to receive a grade on a PASS FAIL basis for the Intersession or for the Summer Sessions is much shorter in length The exact dates and deadlines are noted in the Academic Calendar located in the back of this catalog Students are also reminded that to be eligible for the Dean s List of Distinguished Students each semester they must carry at least 12 credit hours of coursework taken for letter grades Waiver Substitution Courses A Waiver Substitution Form may be submitted to the student s advisor and department chair for approval by the Vice President of Academic Affairs For Education majors advisors and chairpersons in both the content area and in the Division of Education must approve the request These requests are reviewed and are subject to denial If approved an acceptable course may be substituted for a required course or a requirement may be waived Attendance and Religious Observances Policy of Responsible Attendance Students are expected to attend all classes regularly and punctually First semester freshman students are limited to three absences in a course Penalties for excessive absences are noted in course outlines Religious Observances A student who is to be absent from class because of a religious obligation or practice should inform the instructor in writing at least one week before the day The student has the right to make up any examination study or work requirements which may have been missed because of religious observances Final Examinations Written examinations or their equivalent are held at the end of each Fall and Spring semester January Intersession and Summer Sessions Students are required to attend the final examination which is also the mandatory last class meeting for Molloy s classes at the hours announced on the official Final Examination Schedule In the case of absence from the final examination the students will be held to the grading policy on Incompletes Classification of Students A student s classification depends upon the number of credits earned To be ranked as a sophomore or above a student must have met all entrance requirements and submitted official transcripts for all transfer schools Classification Earned Credits Seniors 96 Juniors 64 95 Sophomores Plus 64 Sophomores 30 63 Freshmen 0 29 Associate Degree students who are no longer Sophomores Grading Policy Effective Fall 2000 A student s scholastic standing is determined by an evaluation of grades attained Each credit hour has a quality equivalent The student s index equals the total number of quality points divided by the total number of credit hours for which the student has received quality points Grades A Excellent 93 0 100 4 0 quality points A 90 0 92 9 3 7 quality points B 87 0 89 9 3 3 quality points B Good 83 0 86 9 3 0 quality points B 80 0 82 9 2 7 quality points C 77 0 79 9 2 3 quality points C Average 73 0 76 9 2 0 quality points C 70 0 72 9 1 7 quality points D 67 0 69 9 1 3 quality points D 60 0 66 9 1 0 quality points F Failure Below 60 0 0 quality points I Incomplete Computed as failure Some requirement of the course is lacking Automatically becomes an F if requirement is not met within specified time W Withdrawn Passing No credits earned and no quality points WA Withdrawn Absent from the last class meeting or final WF Withdrawn Failing Computed as a failure WIP Work in Progress P Passed Course taken for credit and no quality points NA Never Attended No credits earned and no quality points AU Audit No credits earned and no quality points C is the lowest acceptable grade for a course required in major minor fields The minimum acceptable grade for the major may be higher in certain departments Please check departmental requirements NA is no longer available as a final grade effective Fall 2004 Incompletes A grade of incomplete I will be granted only in case of hardship circumstances which in the judgment of the instructor warrant special consideration If all course work is not completed by the last day of class it is the student s responsibility to contact the instructor within 24 hours after the final examination If the student fails to follow the above procedures the instructor will grade accordingly as per the course outline Students who receive an incomplete in any course may NOT be eligible for the Dean s list for that semester Students with Incompletes cannot be approved for graduation Pending graduates must have all grades recorded prior to the degree award date in the Academic Calendar or be denied approval for graduation The instructor will determine the appropriate amount of time required to complete the coursework and change the grade of I usually within thirty days of the last class meeting Any extension beyond the published dates of the Academic Calendar requires written approval of both the instructor and the Vice President for Academic Affairs An I will remain on the record for five class days into the following semester Refer to the Academic Calendar for actual deadlines If by that time the instructor has not notified the registrar that the I has been changed to a letter grade the I becomes an F In extreme cases the deadline for changing the grade of I may be extended but only with the written approval of both the instructor and the Vice President for Academic Affairs Repeated Courses A student will be allowed to repeat a maximum of four different courses while at Molloy With the exception of Independent Studies Topics internships and courses in applied music no course for which a student has already received a satisfactory grade may be repeated for additional credit Credit is never granted for the same course twice If a grade is unacceptable after the second attempt this problem will be referred to the Vice President for Academic Affairs for individual action Students may not have an unacceptable grade forgiven by replacing it with the grade from another course used as a substitute for a requirement When a student repeats a course the forgiven grade remains on the academic record but it is not calculated in the overall cumulative GPA Students are not allowed to repeat courses to improve their GPA by attending another institution to repeat a course For information regarding Nursing Department s own policies on repeats see Nursing Program Policies and Requirements section of the catalog Grade Reports Final grades mid semester appraisal reports grade reports and student course history may be viewed through the secured Molloy website at www molloy edu through the link on the homepage for Online Faculty and Student Access All students are expected to know their ID numbers printed on the Molloy College ID card and PINS Students may contact the registrar s office if they have lost their PINS or wish to change their PINS Students are also expected to know and use their logins and passwords for their Molloy email accounts Students may print a paper grade report at the end of the term through their web account The Office of the Registrar will provide additional assistance if needed Transcripts Students wishing to have an official or student transcript sent directly to a prospective employer or school must submit a signed request form to the Office of the registrar along with the required fee by mail fax or in person Forms are available from the Office of the Registrar or can be down loaded from the website at www molloy edu Transcript requests are filled as soon as possible after receipt but students should allow up to a week for processing during busy periods The College reserves the right to withhold a student s transcript until all financial and or other obligations are fulfilled Grade Appeals If a student raises a question concerning a grade which has not been resolved with the instructor and subsequently not resolved with the Department Chairperson the student should consult with the Associate Dean for Academic Support Services in K119 Kellenberg Hall to discuss a possible Grade Appeal The procedure is outlined in the Undergraduate Student Handbook and is also available on the website It is the student s responsibility to obtain the information to follow procedures and to observe the deadline for filing an appeal Probation Suspension and Dismissal Probationary standing academic suspension and academic dismissal are determined by the cumulative index Notice of deficiency in the required cumulative index is given to the student each semester by the Associate Dean for Academic Support Services Freshmen who have a minimum cumulative index of 1 8 at the end of the freshman year will be admitted to the sophomore year with probationary status Sophomores who do not achieve a cumulative index of 2 0 by the end of first semester will be granted probationary status for the succeeding semester If they fail to achieve the 2 0 cumulative index required for good academic standing by the end of the second semester they may be put on academic suspension or academically dismissed from the College To attain junior status ordinarily a student must have achieved a minimum cumulative index of 2 00 Students may appeal these general regulations in writing to the Vice President for Academic Affairs if circumstances warrant it Actions of suspension and dismissal will be recorded on the permanent record by the middle of the semester following such action Students who do not meet the minimum requirements of their academic level will be notified of academic suspension or dismissal by the Associate Dean for Academic Support Services A student who has been academically suspended may return to the College as a non matriculated student after consultation with and approval of the Associate Dean for Academic Support Services The student would then be required to reach the minimum academic requirements within a time specified by the Associate Dean for Academic Support Services or be subject to academic dismissal If the student shows evidence of academic improvement and attains a 2 0 cumulative index he she may apply for readmission to the College through written application to the Admissions Office A student who has been dismissed normally may not return to the College under any circumstances N B Any student whose conduct is at variance with the ideals of the College is subject to dismissal from the College Index Amnesty Students who can demonstrate a growth of maturity and direction after seven years of absence and who had previously withdrawn from the college with an unsatisfactory grade point average may apply to the Vice President for Academic Affairs for index amnesty Withdrawal from Courses Withdrawal from a course or courses is made at the registrar s office in W235 of the Wilbur Arts Center and requires signatures of the instructor the Director of Financial Aid and the academic advisor Students will be permitted to withdraw from a course with a grade of W approximately 5 days before the mid semester appraisal date Withdrawal from a course after this date can be made up to the last academic day of class refer to Academic Calendar for exact dates with a grade of W or WF as determined by the instructor and based on the student s work up to that time WF grades will be equivalent to F and computed in the student s index Withdrawing from courses may change the student s full time or half time standing and may require the return of Title IV financial aid funds and could affect the grace or deferment period for repayment of loans such as Federal Stafford Loans Federal Perkins Loans and Federal PLUS Loans Loan grace periods use the last date of attendance Future eligibility for aid programs such as TAP may be affected by not progressing toward the degree as planned For refunds and policies see catalog section on Expenses Students wishing to take off for one academic semester or exit the college completely should apply for either a Withdrawal Leave for One Semester Off or Withdrawal Exit Officially from College Withdrawal Leave for One Semester Off Currently matriculated students may request a Withdrawal Leave for One Semester Off if they plan to return to the college the following academic semester The Withdrawal Application with Financial Aid s approval signature must be submitted to the registrar s office Withdrawal Applications are available online and at the registrar s office in W235 of the Wilbur Arts Center Approval for one semester off maintains a student s matriculated status Students requesting a Withdrawal Leave for One Semester Off after the Add drop Period ends and during the Withdrawal Period must also complete the Withdrawal Form which requires the signature of the advisor the instructor for each class with the last date attended and the approval signature of Financial Aid Students experiencing extenuating circumstances meriting hardship consideration should provide documentation for the following types of circumstances military leave jury duty and any conditions covered by the Family and Medical Leave Act of 1993 Only one Withdrawal Leave for One Semester Off may be granted within a 12 month period All returning students from the Withdrawal Leave for One Semester Off must have the re entry form approved by the Associate Dean for Academic Support Services in K119 Kellenberg Hall and submit it to the registrar s

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  • Molloy College: Transfer Credits
    students who have attended two year colleges will be awarded credit for their previous coursework up to a maximum of 64 credits Transfer students who have attended four year institutions will be awarded credit for their previous coursework up to a maximum of 98 credits Students entering into a bachelor s degree program at Molloy who already hold a bachelor s degree from another accredited institution will receive 98 credits in transfer and will have all General Education requirements waived Transfer credit is awarded only for courses with grades of C or better from the institution at which these courses were completed Courses with grades lower than C are considered only if a degree was completed at the school where the credits were taken In such a case D credit which was part of the program leading toward that degree will be acceptable or unacceptable in the same way a grade of D at Molloy would be applied i e not in the major where a grade of C or better is required For all transfer students the grade of P will be considered for transfer credit to be used in the same way that the Pass Fail rules at Molloy apply The P grade must be the equivalent of a C grade at the institution where the credits were completed to be considered unless a degree was completed Transfer students coming from unaccredited colleges or schools are required to complete a minimum of 30 credits in residence before receiving credit for their previous applicable coursework The total number of credits earned prior to admission through independent study advanced placement and credit by examination CLEP RCE REDE may not exceed 46 Continuing Students Continuing students who wish to take a course off campus must have permission The College does not usually grant permission to pursue courses at other institutions except when a required course needed for graduation is not planned to be offered at Molloy Where such permission is granted the combined programs may not exceed 18 credit hours per semester Permission may be granted to attend summer session at another institution provided the course sought is not being offered at Molloy and it is necessary for a student to take it at that time Students are limited to the summer maximum credit load at other institutions as is described in Molloy College s Summer Sessions policy The necessary forms for requesting permission to take courses off campus may be obtained in the Registrar s Office The last 30 credits toward graduation normally must be completed at Molloy Transfer credit totals are limited to the totals defined in Molloy s transfer policies Since the above credits are not part of a degree from another institution credit will only be accepted for courses in which a grade of C or better is achieved A grade higher than C maybe required by the student s major department or program of study at Molloy for the transfer coursework to be accepted by Molloy

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  • Molloy College: Withdrawals and Temporary Leave
    Withdrawal from a course after this date can be made up to the last academic day of class refer to the Academic Calendar for exact dates with a grade of W or WF as determined by the instructor and based on the student s work up to that time WF grades will be equivalent to F and computed in the student s index Withdrawing from courses may change the student s full time or half time standing and may require the return of Title IV financial aid funds and could affect the grace or deferment period for repayment of loans such as Federal Stafford Loans Federal Perkins Loans and Federal PLUS Loans Loan grace periods use the last date of attendance Future eligibility for aid programs such as TAP may be affected by not progressing toward the degree as planned For refunds and policies visit the Bursar s section of the website Students wishing to take off for one academic semester or exit the college completely should apply for either a Withdrawal Leave for One Semester Off or a Withdrawal Exit Officially from College Withdrawal Exit Officially from College Withdrawal from the College before the completion of the coursework for a degree with the intention of not returning requires that the student file a Withdrawal Application with the Registrar s Office in Room 235 of the Wilbur Arts Center Withdrawal Applications are available online and at the Registrar s Office Students requesting Withdrawal Exit Officially from College after the add drop period ends and during the Withdrawal Period must also complete the Withdrawal Form which requires the signature of the advisor the instructor for each class with the last date attended and the approval signature of Financial Aid Students experiencing extenuating circumstances meriting hardship consideration should provide documentation for the following types of circumstances Military leave Jury duty Any conditions covered by the Family and Medical Leave Act of 1993 Taking any time off from college may require the return of Title IV financial aid funds and will affect the grace or deferment period for repayment of loans such as Federal Stafford Loans Federal Perkins Loans and Federal PLUS Loans Loan grace periods use the last date of attendance Future eligibility for aid programs such as TAP may be affected by taking a term off Newly admitted students attending Molloy for their first semester or readmitted students returning after being withdrawn should notify the Admissions Office in Room 226 Wilbur Arts Center if they plan to cancel or defer their enrollment to the next term Students who discontinue their studies and do not notify the college will be Withdrawn Administratively Students who have left the college for two consecutive academic semesters and wish to return to Molloy College must apply to be readmitted by the Admissions Office For refunds and policies see the Bursar section of the website Withdrawal Leave for One Semester Currently matriculated students may request a Withdrawal Leave for One Semester Off if they plan to return

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  • Molloy College: Need Help?
    Affairs Degrees Offered Undergraduate Programs Graduate Programs Doctoral Programs Continuing Education Flexible Learning Opportunities Undergraduate Minors Off Campus Programs Course Search International Education Honors Program Molloy Faculty and Staff Employee Email Login Academic Services Student Solution Center Student s Right to Know JET Library Experiential Learning Admissions Freshmen Admissions Graduate Admissions Transfer Admissions Continuing Education Veterans Admissions Spring Open House 2016 Flexible Learning Opportunities Financial Aid Student Solution Center Bursar Tuition Fees Registrar s Office Course Search Residence Life Students Talk Molloy Parents and Families Schedule A Visit to Molloy Request More Information Apply To Molloy Tuition and Fees Molloy Life Student Life Portal Lion s Den Portal Lion Athletics Student Email Login Password Reset Tool JET Library Student Affairs Bookstore Campus Life and Activities Clubs and Organizations Campus Ministries Residence Life Dining Services Student Health and Wellness This Week At Molloy Suggestion Box Molloy Life News Public Safety Molloy s librarians are available via chat all the hours the library is open Academics JET Library Library Services Ask a Librarian Need Help Chat with us Click on the icon to get started This service is available whenever the library is open Already have an IM account You can make us a buddy on AOL AIM Yahoo or GoogleTalk Our screen name for all services is molloylibrarian Visit us The JET James E Tobin Library is located on the second floor of Kellenberg Hall Check here for library hours Text us Text your questions to 516 714 4486 This service is available whenever the library is open Sending receiving text messages may result in charges from your mobile provider Email us Reference questions should be directed to molloylibrarian gmail com To reach a specific person or department please consult our directory Call us For reference questions call 516 323 3910

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  • Molloy College: The James E. Tobin Library 1955 - Present
    About Molloy College President s Office Board of Trustees Mission Statement History and Traditions Offices and Services Accreditations Community and Institutes Alumni Relations News And Events Fast Facts About Molloy Virtual Tour Human Resources Campus Facilities Madison Theatre Molloy Social Media Contact Molloy Giving To Molloy Careers at Molloy Academics Message from VP Academic Affairs Degrees Offered Undergraduate Programs Graduate Programs Doctoral Programs Continuing Education Flexible Learning Opportunities Undergraduate Minors Off Campus Programs Course Search International Education Honors Program Molloy Faculty and Staff Employee Email Login Academic Services Student Solution Center Student s Right to Know JET Library Experiential Learning Admissions Freshmen Admissions Graduate Admissions Transfer Admissions Continuing Education Veterans Admissions Spring Open House 2016 Flexible Learning Opportunities Financial Aid Student Solution Center Bursar Tuition Fees Registrar s Office Course Search Residence Life Students Talk Molloy Parents and Families Schedule A Visit to Molloy Request More Information Apply To Molloy Tuition and Fees Molloy Life Student Life Portal Lion s Den Portal Lion Athletics Student Email Login Password Reset Tool JET Library Student Affairs Bookstore Campus Life and Activities Clubs and Organizations Campus Ministries Residence Life Dining Services Student Health and Wellness This Week At Molloy Suggestion Box Molloy Life News Public Safety A little about JET Academics JET Library Library Services About the Library The James E Tobin Library 1955 Present In September of 1955 Molloy Catholic College for Women opened its library s doors to 42 students starting their freshmen year At that time the library was located in a mansion that was the original home of Molloy College The James E Tobin JET library supports the College mission as well as the goals of students and faculty by providing an environment conducive to academic learning The Library has supported a wide variety of undergraduate programs for over

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  • Molloy College: What we offer
    Human Resources Campus Facilities Madison Theatre Molloy Social Media Contact Molloy Giving To Molloy Careers at Molloy Academics Message from VP Academic Affairs Degrees Offered Undergraduate Programs Graduate Programs Doctoral Programs Continuing Education Flexible Learning Opportunities Undergraduate Minors Off Campus Programs Course Search International Education Honors Program Molloy Faculty and Staff Employee Email Login Academic Services Student Solution Center Student s Right to Know JET Library Experiential Learning Admissions Freshmen Admissions Graduate Admissions Transfer Admissions Continuing Education Veterans Admissions Spring Open House 2016 Flexible Learning Opportunities Financial Aid Student Solution Center Bursar Tuition Fees Registrar s Office Course Search Residence Life Students Talk Molloy Parents and Families Schedule A Visit to Molloy Request More Information Apply To Molloy Tuition and Fees Molloy Life Student Life Portal Lion s Den Portal Lion Athletics Student Email Login Password Reset Tool JET Library Student Affairs Bookstore Campus Life and Activities Clubs and Organizations Campus Ministries Residence Life Dining Services Student Health and Wellness This Week At Molloy Suggestion Box Molloy Life News Public Safety Access facilities services summary Academics JET Library Library Services About the Library Services at a Glance What we offer Virtual Access to Library Resources Note for most virtual services your 14 digit bar code is required Catalog Databases E Reserves Ares Login Interlibrary loan ILLiad Login Streaming Media Renew books online or over the phone Physical Access to Library Resources Include Circulating books books that can be taken out of the library Media collection Patron Services 516 323 3914 Periodicals Print reserves materials that can be used within the library for a specified period of time Reference books books for in library use only Request Hold Research Loan Program RLP The Library Facility Offers Computers for research and also computers with MS Office Printers Scanners Quiet and group study

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