CSW2013: Dominican College, Orangeburg, N.Y.

Discover the Dominican Difference

Small Classes, Student-Focused, Strong Academics


Dominican College is a fully accredited, independent, co-ed liberal arts college offering undergraduate degrees in more than 30 disciplines, six master’s degree programs and a doctoral degree program in physical therapy.
Dominican’s beautiful campus, located in Orangeburg, N.Y., is just 17 miles from New York City. The college actively fosters relationships between students and faculty through small classes and an emphasis on personal attention. Dominican builds an academic environment that is dedicated to students – friendly, challenging and supportive. They are committed to strong academics in a small-college setting.
High school and transfer students  looking for a quality education are invited to visit Dominican’s campus for its Open House on Saturday, Feb. 2. The Open House will be conducted from 1-3 p.m. in the Hennessy Center.

Thirty Degree Programs
At the Open House, prospective students can learn about Dominican’s 30 degree programs, academic and athletic scholarships, the Honors Program, campus activities and residence life.
There will be opportunities to meet admissions and financial aid counselors. Athletics coaches will also be available to meet potential students. Important information concerning the admissions and financial aid process will be available at the Open House. There will also be opportunities to discuss your potential options.
Reservations can be made online at www.dc.edu/openhouse; or by e-mailing www.admissions@dc.edu. For more information and directions, call 1-845-359-7800.
Dominican also has a number of specific programs that are custom-designed for working adults. The ACCEL program (for ACCELerated Evening Program) offers courses in the evenings, in eight-week modules over the course of the school year.
For those juggling work, family and other responsibilities, Dominican offers the flexibility and support to realize goals. There are master’s degree programs in nursing, physical therapy, business, occupational therapy, teacher education and teacher of students who are blind or visually impaired.
Plus, this year Dominican has introduced two new programs in education: a master’s of science in adolescence education and a master’s of science in adolescence education and students with disabilities.
Online business and liberal arts courses can help develop the knowledge and skills most important for future success. This fall, courses will be available in accounting, business law, introduction to literary form and introduction to statistics.

Weekend College Program
The Weekend College meets alternate weekends and includes an online component. Courses meet September through December, December through February, February through April and May though July. Weekend College programs include business, English, history, humanities, social science, teacher education and communication studies.
Dominican is committed to actively fostering and growing relationships between faculty and students. Small classes, an emphasis on personal attention and supportive staff and faculty – Dominican is built that way by design.
To learn more, visit our website, www.dc.edu.