Academic Computing

Academic Computing advises and assists faculty, students, and staff in the use of instructional technology for the creation, organization, analysis, and presentation of scholarly, scientific, and curricular resources. More about Academic Computing ...

Book Store

The Book Store (www.marywood.bkstr.com, 570-348-6248) is a modern, self-service store in Nazareth Student Center, which carries a complete stock of all required and recommended books selected by the faculty. School supplies, university-imprint clothing, novelties, convenience items, and gift items are available. The Book Store coordinates the sale of class rings and the ordering of caps and gowns.

Bus Service

A bus stop near the Memorial Arch affords convenient access to regularly scheduled public buses, which connect the campus to Scranton and nearby towns.

Chapel And Interfaith Reflection Room

The Marian Chapel is located in the Swartz Center for Spiritual Life.  In addition, an interfaith Reflection Room is located in the Liberal Arts Center, Room 219. More about the Chapel and Reflection Room ...

Disability Services

Students with disabilities are eligible for reasonable accommodations per Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the ADA of 1990 as amended by the ADA Amendments Act of 2008. Accommodations provide an equal opportunity for students to obtain the same level of achievement as their non-disabled peers while maintaining the standards of excellence at Marywood University. The Office of Disability Services facilitates individualized support, advising, advocacy, and accommodations to every qualified student. 

Fellowships

There are a variety of scholarships and fellowships that fund graduate study in the United States and abroad for students who meet the appropriate eligibility criteria. See the fellowships website for a list of these funding opportunities and information about which faculty advisor to contact with questions and for assistance in applying. 

Fricchione Day Care Center

The Fricchione Day Care Center opened in September 1991 as an integral part of Marywood University. It serves children of the University community as well as children of employees of St. Joseph's Center and Our Lady of Peace Residence. Child care services are provided for children from eight weeks through six years of age, twelve months a year, Monday through Friday 6:45 a.m. - 5:45 p.m. For further information please call (570) 961-4701.

Learning Resources Center 

The extensive electronic and print holdings of the Marywood University library include more than 200,000 books and bound periodicals and 40,000 distinct journal titles.  More about the Learning Resources Center...

Office Of Information Technology (OIT)

The Office of Information Technology (OIT) provides computing facilities, networking access (wired and wifi all across campus), a student portal (MarywoodYou), a Marywood-branded Google Apps account (email, calendar, sites, drive), and related services in support of Marywood University’s commitment to providing high-quality, usable technology for its students, faculty, and staff. More about OIT ...

Office of Military and Veteran Services

The Office of Military and Veteran Services assists members of the military, veterans, and their families. ROTC cadets are encouraged to utilize the services of the office. Staff answer questions pertaining to veterans' educational benefits and certify enrollment each semester. In addition, Marywood hosts a chapter of the Student Veteran Alliance, and eligible students may participate in SALUTE, the Veteran’s National Honor Society. 

Psychological Services Center

The Psychological Services Center (PSC) is an outpatient mental health clinic. The PSC provides diagnostic outpatient evaluation, intervention, and educational services for children, adolescents, and adults; daytime, evening, and weekend appointments are available. More about the Psychological Services Center...

Radio and TV Studios

The Radio and TV studios are located in the Media Center of the Learning Resources Center. The radio station (WVMW) and the TV station (TV Marywood:TVM) are student-staffed facilities. For more details, see the description in the Communication Arts Department section of the catalog.

Tutoring Center

The Marywood University Tutoring Center, located in the Liberal Arts Center, Room 221, is an academic resource center and a general study space and lounge. Equipped with computer workstations, assistive technology, circular tables and chalkboards, the area welcomes both individual study and collaborative group work. The Center also serves as a lounge with both a kitchenette and couch seating. 

UPS

The United Parcel Service (UPS) operates a delivery service office in Nazareth Hall.

U.S. Post Office

The Marywood Postal and Mailing Center maintains standard hours and is located in its own building opposite the main entrance to the Learning Resources Center. All postal services, including domestic money orders, are available.

Writing Center

The Writing Center offers individual consultation to undergraduate and master’s level students. The Center supports writers at any stage of the writing process; prewriting, drafting, proofreading, or revising; however, the Center does not offer review of culminating writing projects such as qualifying papers, professional contributions, or theses. 

The professional writing consultant offers phone or gmail chat options for students who are not able to meet in person. 

Inquiries and individual appointments may be made by e-mailing writingcenter@marywood.edu.