Academic Success Center
Strives to engage and encourage all students to achieve academic and personal success by developing effective skills and by fostering confidence, self-advocacy and persistence both in and out of the classroom.
Financial Capability Center
Provides students with experiential service-learning opportunities; advances financial inclusion and capability in the local community; facilitates research initiatives and collaborations; and promotes healthier financial behaviors.
Girard School of Business
A four-credit business internship course is designed to complement students’ internship experiences and enable them to see work as a lifelong learning opportunity.
Grace Palmisano Center for Campus Ministry
Gives students the opportunity to embody key aspects of Merrimack’s Augustinian heritage, which emphasizes intellectual, spiritual and personal growth through community life and service to others.
O’Brien Center for Career Development
Offers a wealth of resources, including career fairs and panels, researching employment opportunities, on-campus interviews, and extensive one-on-one advising to help students identify their interests, explore their options and pursue their employment or graduate-study goals.
Office of Global Education
Connects Merrimack students in all academic disciplines to educational opportunities that deepen their academic studies and understanding of themselves as global citizens.
School of Education and Social Policy
Prepares students to engage with communities by linking theory, research and practice. Its students become leaders and agents of change within schools, colleges, community organizations and criminal-justice institutions.
School of Liberal Arts
Prepares students to become critical and creative thinkers in any field. Learning takes place via classroom discussions, service-learning projects, study abroad, and internships or co-op placements.
School of Science and Engineering
Integrates practical experience with interdisciplinary study and the acquisition of academic knowledge, ensuring that all graduates have an opportunity to become effective, compelling leaders in their fields.
Stevens Service Learning Center
In keeping with the college’s Augustinian values, provides valuable service-learning opportunities for students throughout the Merrimack Valley.
Have You Heard?
Some common phrases that convey the essence of experiential education are captured in the following Chinese proverbs:
- “I hear and I think; I see and I remember; I do and I know.”
- “Give me a fish and I can eat for a day; teach me to fish and I can eat for a lifetime.”
- “Tell me and I’ll forget; show me and I may remember; involve me and I’ll understand.”