Become a Double Warrior
Are you a current or future Merrimack graduate? Return to Merrimack to earn your master’s degree for twice the Warrior pride.
Merrimack graduates save up to 33% on Master’s degree tuition*
Return to Merrimack to earn your graduate degree, and you’ll instantly feel at home in Merrimack’s close-knit community, familiar campus, and friendly faculty and advisors. Your two Merrimack degrees can take you – and your career - anywhere you want to go. No matter when you graduated or if you earned a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree from Merrimack, you are eligible for the Double Warrior program.
Graduate Programs Virtual Information Session
Wednesday, July 27, 2022, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.
Hear from program representatives about our career-focused curriculum, top-notch faculty, field experience opportunities, applicable scholarships and fellowships, and more! Admissions representatives will also be available after the session to answer your questions about how to apply, financial aid, and anything else you may want to know about our graduate programs.
Double Warrior Benefits
Double Warrior Scholarship Information
Read more information about the Double Warrior scholarship, or explore further based on your graduation status:
Merrimack College Alumni
Come back to where it all began – and become a Double Warrior.
As a Merrimack alumnus who returns to pursue a master’s degree, you will automatically save on your tuition costs for most on-campus and online graduate programs*, thanks to the Double Warrior scholarship.
Apply today for one of our 30+ career-focused graduate certificates and degrees.
Please make sure to indicate you are a Merrimack College alum within your application.
Current Merrimack Seniors
Make a Merrimack master’s degree part of your post-graduation plans.
Stay at Merrimack to pursue a master’s degree, and as a new alumnus you will automatically save on your tuition costs for most on-campus and online graduate programs, thanks to the Double Warrior scholarship.
Apply today for one of our 30+ career-focused graduate certificates and degrees. Make sure to indicate you are a Merrimack College alum within your application.
If you haven’t done so already, you can register to take up to two free graduate classes, covered by the Double Warrior program, during your fall or spring semester. Complete this form and we will help you get started.
Current Merrimack Juniors
Start early, finish early.
You have the option of taking one or two free graduate courses during your remaining undergraduate semesters, covered by the Double Warrior program, and will still save on graduate tuition for most master’s programs should you later enroll.
Here are the next steps you can take toward becoming a Double Warrior:
- Explore Merrimack’s graduate degrees to determine which is right for you.
- Talk to your advisorto understand which courses in your remaining undergraduate semesters can best prepare you for your graduate program of interest.
- Complete this form during the spring semester of your junior year if you know you’re interested in taking free graduate classes during your senior undergraduate year, and we will help you get started.
Current Merrimack Sophomores and Freshmen
It’s never too early to plan for your future.
Graduation may still seem a long way off, but it’s not too soon to start considering how a master’s degree can set you up for professional and personal success.
Explore Merrimack’s graduate programs to see which degrees and certificates best align with your future goals.
* Graduate certificate programs do not qualify for the Double Warrior scholarship, and some graduate degree programs may not offer all benefits. Fellowships cannot be combined with the Double Warrior scholarship or the Dean Scholarship. Additionally, owing to their already discounted tuition, the online master of education (M.Ed.) programs and Master of Science in Computer Science are not eligible for the Double Warrior scholarship.
** The following graduate programs are not currently included in the Double Warrior fast track application process: fellowship programs, Athletic Training; and Clinical Mental Health Counseling.
*** At this time, the following graduate programs do not have any graduate courses available to undergraduate seniors: Athletic Training; and Nutrition and Human Performance.
Have Questions? Need Help?
Contact the Office of Graduate Admission