With specialized academic tracks geared towards your particular professions, Dominican College will give you the benefits of a broad-based liberal arts education, while also preparing you to bring your skills to life in the most fascinating and challenging careers.
We are located in the scenic Rockland County area, just 17 miles north of New York City. This convenient suburban location offers easy access to the outstanding cultural and educational resources of New York City.
You’ll learn in a small academic setting working with accomplished professors who have the credentials and the professional experience to provide you with an excellent education. With a 15 to 1 student faculty ratio you aren’t just a number and will receive all the support you need.
You’ll find dozens of clubs and organizations and a wide range of service learning opportunities. There’s life beyond the classroom, and Dominican College offers a spirited campus environment where there’s always something to do.
Award Winning Athletics
The College’s NCAA Division II athletic program is recognized as one of the finest in the region, among small colleges. In 2013 the women’s program won a third straight Alfred R. Restaino Sr. Cup, an award given annually to the most successful athletic programs in the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference (CACC). The men’s program finished second.
Nationally Accredited Programs
All of the College’s degree programs are registered by the New York State Education Department and are accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools. In addition, seven programs hold specialized national accreditation.
The Career Development Center offers a wide range of services to students and alumni. Our excellent location allows for numerous and valuable internship opportunities.
To help students cover costs we offer a wide range of financial aid programs from federal and state funds. You may be eligible for a generous scholarship based on your GPA. We also offer athletic scholarships and grants based on financial need. Visit Financial Aid to learn more.