Marywood is an NCAA Division III institution and a member of the Colonial States Athletic Conference (CSAC) and the Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC).
ATMs and Personal Finances
Students are encouraged to obtain an ATM card for ready access to cash for emergencies and daily needs.
ATMs are conveniently located in
- Nazareth Student Center
- Atrium, McGowan
- Learning Commons
For more information on deposits and checks, visit the Student Accounts Office.
Our bookstore 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, gift items
The Bookstore coordinates the sale of class rings and the ordering of caps and gowns.
Building Nicknames and Codes
View full list of buildings.
|LAC, LA||Liberal Arts Center|
|NAZ||Nazareth Student Center|
|PAC, SL||Sette LaVerghetta Center for Performing Arts|
|SCI, SC||Center for Natural and Health Sciences|
|MCG, MG||McGowan Center for Graduate and Professional Studies|
|VAC, AC||Shields Center for Visual Arts|
|SAC, SA||Insalaco Center for Studio Arts|
|Center for Athletics and Wellness|
|CA||Center for Architectural Studies|
|HF||O'Neill Center for Healthy Families|
Student Activities hosts a variety of events on and off campus which include movies, concerts, bus trips, and more.
Get involved in alternative break trips and volunteering in the local community.
Career Development Center
It's never to early to start a resume, find an internship, or ask for career advice at the Career Development Center.
Clubs & Organizations
The Office of Student Engagement offers over 100 extra-curricular registered clubs and organizations. All clubs and organizations are student-run, under the advisement of a faculty or staff member. All registered clubs are open to membership for all Marywood students. If you are interested in our clubs and organizations and would like to learn more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Counseling/Student Development Center
The center offers personal counseling to help students identify, clarify, and resolve important issues as well as personal growth groups and peer education.
There are several places to eat around Marywood's campus.
|Market Marywood||McGowan Center for Graduate and Professional Studies|
|Main Dining Room||Nazareth Student Center|
|Study Grounds||Learning Commons|
e2Campus is a state-of-the-art notification system that sends text and email notifications instantly and simultaneously to subscribers.
All students receive these notifications:
- Weather cancellations and delays
- Emergency conditions
- Changes in parking conditions
Subscribers can also opt to receive notifications about student activities.
Facts About Marywood & Contact Info
Find out more about Marywood's history and who we are today.
Housing & Residence Life
When you live on campus, you participate in activities, develop new friendships, and learn more about yourself and others. The Housing and Residence Life staff can help you adjust and answer your questions about living on campus.
All enrolled students are required to carry a valid Marywood University photo identification card while on campus, through the completion of their degree program. This form of identification is needed for access to:
- Library materials
- Computer facilities
- Recreational facilities
- Attend social and cultural activities
- Meal Plans
ID Cards are issued in the Madonna Hall lobby Monday - Friday from 8am - 10pm (Closed daily 11:30am - 12:00pm, 6:30pm - 7:00pm).
Lost ID Cards: A $20 fee will be assessed for replacing ID Cards.
IT Frequently Asked Questions
View OIT's FAQ page on WiFi, printing, email accounts, computer labs and more.
Submit tickets for assistance with tech issues.
The Learning Commons houses the library, Helpdesk, Student Success, and the radio and television studios.
Marywood provides free, unlimited bus transportation to all students, faculty, and staff. Just show your Marywood ID to travel on any COLTS bus, anywhere in the county, for free.
Lost and Found
Campus Safety is located on the terrace level of the Maintenance Building.
Lounges for students to study or just relax are available in several buildings across the campus:
- Fireplace Lounge, Nazareth Student Center
- Loughran Hall (24-hour visitation)
- Madonna Hall (24-hour visitation)
- Regina Hall (24-hour visitation)
Marywood Media Group
Marywood Media Group (MMG) serves as a central network for the Communication Arts media-related organizations. These organizations include:
- 91.7 VMFM
- American Advertising Federation (AAF) Chapter
- Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) Chapter
- Society for Collegiate Journalists (SCJ) Chapter
- The Wood Word
View and share campus news release on social media and get the latest info.
Office of Academic Success
The Office of Academic Success provides a variety of services to the Marywood Community including advising, tutoring, assistive technology, and more.
Scranton Dining & Entertainment Guide
There's so much to do in the area like attend sporting events, concerts, movies, and go shopping.
Marywood's Student Handbook offers information about our dry campus policy and
Student Health Services
Your health plays an important role in how well you achieve your academic, social and personal goals during your college years.
Registered Nurses are available to provide health care that is sensitive to the needs of all students. The Health Services is located on the terrace level in Loughran Hall.
Weather Delay/Early Closing
Although Marywood University is committed to keeping its campus open at all times, inclement weather may result in necessary cancellations.
Cancellation announcements will specify classes, offices, and/or special events. Announcements are also made on many local television and radio stations.
Members of the Marywood Community should access the following sources for official announcements:
- e2Campus Notification System
- Marywood University Homepage
- Inclement Weather Hotline: 570-961-4766
If a particular class does not follow a standard starting time, the individual instructor should determine the meeting time closest to the standard for that day of the week.