|Sancta Maria College|
|Motto||Careers of achievement, lives of purpose.|
|Type||Private junior college|
|Affiliation||Roman Catholic (Sisters of Mercy|
|President||Bassam M. Deeb, Ph.D.|
|Vice-president||Richard T. Linn, Ph.D.|
|Location||Buffalo, New York, United States
|Colours||Red, grey and gold|
Trocaire College is a private Catholic college in Buffalo, New York. Trocaire College offers associate and bachelor's degree programs as well as one-year certificate programs and workforce development training in healthcare, business, hospitality and technology. Trocaire's main campus is located in the City of Buffalo, and has an extension site located in Williamsville, New York. Enrollment is approximately 1300 students.
The college was founded in 1958 by the Sisters of Mercy as Sancta Maria College, a sisters' college. In 1965, the college began admitting lay women, followed by men in 1972. The name was changed to Trocaire College in 1967, with the new naming coming from the Irish word for "mercy."
Trocaire College offers certificate programs, Associate's degree programs, as well as Bachelor's degree programs. In addition to healthcare oriented fields such as Nursing, Healthcare Informatics, Surgical Technology and Radiologic Technology, students can major in other career-oriented fields, including Hospitality Management and Human Resource Management. The college is home to the oldest private Associate's Degree in Nursing program in western New York, as well as the region's oldest evening nursing program.
- "History and Mission". trocaire.edu.
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