Undeclared Discover Your Passion

Not Sure What You Want to Study? Enroll Undeclared.

Like many undergraduate students, you may have decided to delay your pursuit of a specific major. You are not alone!

Did you know that 10 percent of freshmen applicants are undecided?

The good news is that, at Marywood, there are people you can talk with and specific things you can do to help you make career and academic choices.

Our advisors are ready to help you discover which program is right for you. 

As an undeclared student, you will either be advised by a faculty member in one of your areas of interest or by specially trained professional staff. Your advisor will assist you in developing an individualized academic plan, which will include liberal arts core courses to learn about various areas of study that may appeal to you and introductory courses in your areas of interest.

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Undergraduate Admissions Requirements

  • Completed application
  • Official transcripts
  • Letter of recommendation
  • Official SAT and/or ACT test scores (Marywood is test optional)
  • Essay (optional)

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Liberal Arts Center

102 Morgan Road
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The Liberal Arts Center contains classrooms utilized by several programs, as well as the Office of Admissions and a variety of other administrative offices. It is also home to the iconic Rotunda and the NativityMiguel School of Scranton.

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Liberal Arts Center Classrooms

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The Liberal Arts Center provides classroom space for coursework in the Social Sciences, English, Philosophy, and Religious Studies programs.

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