Graduate Admission

Graduate Services and Resources

Graduate Services and Resources

As a graduate student at Merrimack College, you have access to a number of services and resources to enhance your academic and student life. 

Academic Services and Resources

McQuade Library

McQuade Library is an evolving center for learning, study and research. Rich in traditional print materials, media, and digital resources, it provides workspaces for groups as well as quiet corners for solitary study. Access to library materials is available via the library website (www. merrimack.edu/library). Off-campus access to e-books, online journals, and other web-based resources requires a MACK card and password - contact the Help Desk for assistance. Research help is available via email, chat, telephone and in person. 

O’Brien Center for Career Development

Sakowich Campus Center, Second Floor
978-837-5480 | obriencenter@merrimack.edu
The O’Brien Center for Career Development provides professional career advising to support students as they explore a full range of employment opportunities. Students have 24/7 access to resources, including Advantage, InterviewStream, and Focus2. In addition, the O’Brien Center connects students with alumni and employers through networking events, on-campus interviews, career fairs, and information sessions.


Academic Success Center

The Academic Success Center is here to provide you with a wide range of opportunities to help enhance your academic performance. We offer workshops, programs, tutoring, and individual or group meetings to all students.

International Student Support

Sakowich Campus Center, Room 310
978-837-5225
The International Student Support office offers a customized orientation for international students and supports them with visa and immigration services as well as programs to optimize the academic, professional, social, personal and cultural transition into college and the United States. ISS serves as a liaison between Merrimack College, the U.S. government, and any foreign government concerning an international student studying at Merrimack. It is the student’s responsibility to remain compliant with their Merrimack I-20 and report any address, status, or academic major change to this office.

Graduate Student Services and Resources

Athletic Tickets Box Office

978-837-5324 | tickets@merrimack.edu
Tickets are free of charge to students for all sporting events.

Bookstore

Merrimack Athletics Complex
The bookstore has textbooks, supplies, Merrimack sweatshirts, snack food and more. Purchases may also be made online.

The Counseling Center

We offer counseling and wellness programs to address all aspects of emotional health. All services are free of charge for enrolled Merrimack students.

Dining Options

Merrimack College offers a variety of dining options for students, open day and evenings. Meal plans are optional for all graduate students. Meal plans are selected and purchased through MyMack. 

Fitness Center

The Anthony Sakowich Recreation Complex on the first and second floors of our Sakowich Campus Center features a fitness area with cardio equipment, free weights, circuit training, aerobics/dance studio, indoor jogging/walking track, and basketball and volleyball courts. Merrimack students have free use of all fitness facilities with a valid Merrimack ID.

Hamel Health Center

The Hamel Health Center, staffed by licensed healthcare professionals, provides confidential medical health services to all Merrimack students for acute health issues and injuries, wellness visits, lab work and referrals.

Merrimack College Police Department

Monican Centre, Lower Level, Rear Entrance | 24 hours daily
978-837-5555 for general business, 978-837-5911 for emergencies only
The primary focus of Merrimack College Police is to provide a safe and secure campus environment. Officers patrol the campus 24 hours a day by foot, bicycles and cruisers. The police dispatch center is staffed 24 hours a day and can be reached by phone and via call boxes located throughout campus.

Post Office

Sakowich Campus Center, Second Floor, 978-837-5941
Operated as a contract unit of the U.S. Postal Service, the campus post office functions as a college mail and shipping center. Available services include sale of stamps, U.S. postal money orders, Express Mail, global and domestic priority mail service and more. Cash, checks (with I.D.), Mack Bucks and credit/debit cards accepted. UPS shipping and packaging assistance are also available.

Residence Life

Sakowich Campus Center, Room 370, 978-837-5507

Learn more about living off campus or visit the off-campus housing resource page on myMack to aid you in your apartment search.

Rogers Center for the Arts

Box Office, 978-837-5355
Students may purchase discounted tickets for events with their ID through the Box Office or online. 

The Office of Student Involvement (OSI)

The Hub | osi@merrimack.edu | 978-837-5508
To support graduate student life, the Office of Student Involvement provides programming specifically for graduate students, such as Trivia Nights, Socials, Study Breaks, and Etiquette Dinners. OSI also oversees the Graduate Student Senate, which is open to any graduate student in any graduate program. Graduate Student Senate provides all graduate students with a collective voice to and from the students, enrich the graduate student experience and provide a community across academic programs.

Administrative Resources

Office of Graduate Admission

Student success in Merrimack’s Graduate Programs is our main goal. This office serves as your resource for any questions or concerns.

Bursar

Austin Hall, First Floor, 978-837-5105
Statements of student accounts are mailed to the student’s home address approximately once per calendar month, and are available on the web from the student’s myMack account. Students are expected to maintain their accounts in good standing and should seek guidance in the event that full payment of tuition and fees may be delayed.

Financial Aid

Austin Hall, First Floor, 978-837-5186
The Office of Financial Aid is committed to assisting students in achieving their educational goals. Merrimack College offers a variety of resources, including institutional, federal, and state funds. Students are encouraged to visit the office with any questions. 

Registrar

Austin Hall, First Floor, 978-837-5344
The Registrar’s office provides course information, scheduling, registration, records maintenance, verification and other services related to academic progress.

Important Numbers

Main Number 

978-837-5000

Merrimack College Police Department

Monican Centre, Lower Level, Rear Entrance
978-837-5555 for general business
978-837-5911 for emergencies only

Weather Emergency School Closing Hotline 

978-837-5700

Information/Hotlines

IT Help Desk: 978-837-3500