Seeing what a campus looks like can help you get a vibe of what life is like as a student. So, look around, get excited and then come visit us in person!
"Campus is the perfect size. I'm always seeing a mix of familiar and new faces which makes it feel like home."
- Jill Besser ‘24, Nursing Major
On most campuses you’ll find academic buildings, a library, eateries and residence halls. But here are a few things that you’ll find, only at Merrimack.
This beautiful Labyrinth located across from North Residential Housing is a walking meditation meant to bring one closer to God.
At the center of the winding path it states “Be of One Mind and Heart Intent Upon God ” ~St. Augustine.
Mendel Observatory is located on the top floor of Palmisano Hall. It is home to Merrimack’s very own Optical Guidance Systems, and 20-inch Ritchey-Creitien reflector.
Every clear Wednesday night the observatory is open to students and the public to gaze at the night’s stars.
The Student Union features a 4,000-square-foot bowling center and lounge that has a combination of high-top and booth seating. With six lanes of classic 10-pin bowling, it features touch screens, interactive scoring systems and overhead projectors.
Stop by our 360-square-foot golf simulator where you can practice your swing year-round in a high-tech TrackMan Golf simulator. Through radar and camera technology, the simulator will transport you to major golf courses all over the world with undeniably realistic readings.