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Marist College

Men
Women
# Applicants
3,859
6,492
# Admitted
1,659
2,217
% Admitted
43.0%
34.1%
% Overall
37.4%

Students who got into Marist:

Tips mention: Interview (2), ACT/SAT (60), Grades (86), Sports/Extracurriculars (43), College Essay (41)
I made sure to contact my admissions counselor atMar 14 2017Psychology
I made sure to contact my admissions counselor at Marist to show I was interested. I took notes while on tour and asked questions.
Female
Grades are important but extracurricula's are just as importantMar 13 2017Education
Grades are important but extracurricula's are just as important. Marist wants their students to be involved on and off of campus. Show interest in the school, come on a tour, get in touch with admissions or the dean of your school (major), and reach out to current students!
Female
I studied really hard in high school to getMar 13 2017Other
I studied really hard in high school to get good grades, but I also was really involved and held a few leadership positions. Marist looks for well-rounded students who make time for their studies in addition to having other interests. I would recommend taking a few AP courses to potentially earn college credit and challenge yourself.
ACT: 31 SAT: 1860 Female
Worked hard and maintained a 3Sep 10 2015Electrical Engineering
Worked hard and maintained a 3.8 gpa.

I recommend going to another school. Marists diploma is worthless.
Male

Applying was not difficult, there's a $50 application feeJun 15 2015Computer Science
Applying was not difficult, there's a $50 application fee. They look for well rounded kids who are active in their high schools and have good grades and SAT's. i had a 1260 between Math and Reading, so I got some academic money along with my athletic scholarship. they are pretty good about grants and scholarships and the amounts start at $5000 which is nice.
SAT: 1260 Male
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