IONA

Sunday, November 2, 2014

Take a tour, learn about all that Iona offers, meet faculty members and chat with students. Visit us, talk to us, apply. What’s next starts here. Register on the Visit Iona page.
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Monday, October 13

Iona will be open on Columbus Day for a 9:30 a.m. information session and campus tour. Join us to learn what over 800 freshmen this year already know: you have the power to Move the World! Sign up by clicking here.
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Experience Iona

Prospective undergraduate and graduate students are encouraged to visit during our weekly and special information sessions and tours. Click here for details and to registrar. Graduate information session are held at both our New Rochelle campus and at Iona's Rockland Graduate Center.
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How will you move the world?

Whether you’re a high school junior just beginning your college search or a returning adult seeking to advance your career, Iona College is an exceptional choice. Our small class sizes, dedicated faculty, and supportive, tight-knit community are some of the reasons students from across the country and around the world choose Iona.

We provide challenging academics enriched through independent research and practical experience–-a combination that will prepare you to succeed in your chosen field and move the world.

We encourage you to learn more about our:
  • Undergraduate offerings. More than 45 majors and 35 minors, including 8 combined 5-year BA/MA programs
  • Graduate studies. More than 20 programs, including the FastTrack MBA. Designed with flexible schedules in two locations
  • Campus life. An active and engaged community, located on 45 beautiful acres, just 20 miles from Midtown Manhattan
  • Tuition & Financial Aid. Loans, scholarships and other ways to help pay for college.
Is Iona the right choice for you? Check out Why Iona?  and plan a visit to our campus in New Rochelle, N.Y.

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Student Success

Caitlyn’s internship in a NYC museum taught her valuable lessons in working with others to achieve common goals–and move the world.

Caitlyn O'Toole ’14

English and Political Science

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