Marian Court College

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Marian Court College
Marian Court College 50th logo.jpg
Former names
Marian Court Secretarial School
Motto Seek Knowledge. Serve All.
Active 1964–2015
Type Private, Four-Year, Liberal Arts
Affiliation Roman Catholic, Sisters of Mercy
President Dr. Denise Hammon
Academic staff
Students 350
Location Swampscott, MA, USA
42°27′55.18″N 70°53′21.3″W / 42.4653278°N 70.889250°W / 42.4653278; -70.889250
Colors Blue and Gold
Nickname We are Mercy Spirit!

Marian Court College was a four-year college in Swampscott on the North Shore region of Massachusetts. Marian Court College was a Roman Catholic institution founded in 1964 and sponsored by the Sisters of Mercy. It officially closed on June 30, 2015.[1][2]

Its campus, based on an oceanfront estate, included Calvin Coolidge's Summer White House, now a classroom building.

The College offered both day and evening degree programs leading to the Bachelor in Science degree. A new 4 year Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Administration and Criminal Justice was announced in 2012, with classes starting in 2013. [3]

Marian Court was regionally accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges.



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