WHAT’S NEW FOR '23-'24

What’s New for '23-'24

Explore the exciting new additions and renovations across campus that will significantly enhance Warriors’ experiences for generations.

New School Year, New Schools

Effective July 15, Merrimack established two new schools – the School of Arts and Sciences and the School of Engineering and Computational Sciences. The formation of these two new schools signals the College’s commitment to growth, innovation and a rich academic experience.

Division I

Look Who's Eligible

Full Division I eligibility for Merrimack College Athletics has been granted by the NCAA. Student-athletes can now compete in NCAA championships.

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Nursing Now Accredited

The nursing baccalaureate degree program has been accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education and Initial Approval status has been granted through the Massachusetts Board of Registration.

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Club Sports to Join

Be a part of our newest club sports! Climbing, wrestling and esports have been added to our more than 24 club sports currently offered to all Merrimack students.

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New Dean of the School Nursing and Health Sciences

Douglas J. Pisano, Ph.D. has been named the new Dean of the School of Nursing and Health Sciences. With more than 35 years of higher education experience, Dean Pisano’s scholarship, leadership and passion for health sciences education will lead the School of Nursing and Health Sciences to new levels. 

Doug Pisano

Congratulations, Allison!

Allison Gill, Ed.D. has taken on a new and expanded role as the Senior Vice President of Student Affairs and Success/Chief Operating Officer. In this expanded role she provides leadership to the Dean of Students, Academic Success Center, the O’Brien Center for Career Development and other departments across the College.

Allison Gill

Warriors Around the World

The global education initiative has been redesigned to provide a quality academic experience and seamless credit transfer in a culturally-rich and safe environment.

Looking for info about classes, scheduling or how to find your advisor?

The assistant dean at your school is here to help you out. Get in touch with them today.

Kimberly Valente ’12, MS’13
Girard School of Business
Gail Picillo
School of Arts & Sciences

Gail Picillo
SASadvising@merrimack.edu
978-837-5056 | Cushing 103E

School of Arts & Sciences

Lauri Gibbons
SASadvising@merrimack.edu
978-837-5284 | Palmisano 101

Christina Soto ’10, MS’14
School of Nursing & Health Sciences
Winston School of Education & Social Policy
CAMPUS ENHANCEMENTS

EXPLORE OUR NEW AND IMPROVED SPACES

We are always working to enhance our campus and create welcoming spaces where Warriors can come together as a community to study, live and work. 

Located on either side of Gladstone Plaza contains the St. Augustine Center for Service and Formation, the Stevens Service Learning Center, Austin Scholars, the on-campus office of Hands to Help and the Grace J. Palmisano Center for Campus Ministry.
The O’Brien Center for Career Development’s new space in the McQuade Library, 2nd Floor, Room 205 is a modernized, multipurpose space will allow for more workshops, smaller networking events, areas for interviews and more.
Located in Palmisano Hall, this space will serve as an incubator for science and collaboration. This space is designed for faculty and student research, providing specialized tools for conducting biological, biomedical and chemical research.
Housing the School of Engineering and Computational Sciences, first floor renovations have been completed at 510-530 Turnpike Street and include a dean’s suite, computer sciences academic spaces and computational sciences faculty offices.
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CAMPUS NEWS

NOTABLE & QUOTABLE

Associate Professor Joseph Stasio was recently interviewed by MoneyGeek for his expert views on Business Credit Cards and Startup Funding Studies. Stasio teaches in the marketing department at Merrimack’s Girard School of Business.