There are many reasons you may wish to take courses as a non-matriculating student. Maybe you need to complete pre-requisites before applying to graduate school or maybe you need to improve your academic record before matriculating to MMC. Whatever the reason, we welcome you to be part of our community.
Note: Students who previously attended MMC and withdrew must complete the re-admit process. Students originally admitted as a non-matriculating student may be considered for full matriculated status by applying for matriculated status through the Office of Academic Advisement. You may reach the office at 212-517-0568.
Non-Matriculating Student Admission Requirements
- MMC Application
- Official copy of high school or secondary school transcript with graduation date posted or Certificate of High School Equivalency
- Transcripts from any and all accredited post-secondary institutions attended (must be official copy if planning to seek a degree at MMC in a future term)
- SAT I and/or ACT scores (required only if less than 12 college credits have been completed - MMC code is 2405 for SAT and 2811 for ACT)
- Judicial Record Form (only required if previously attended another college)
- $60 non-refundable application fee
Speech-Language Pathology & Audiology Pre-requisite Sequence
The program offers you the opportunity to complete coursework and observation hours required for entry into graduate programs dedicated to communication sciences and disorders. This course sequence is ideal for students that have already completed a Bachelor’s degree, but have decided to switch careers.
Along with submitting the documents required of all non-matriculating students, see list above, we ask that you please complete the Non-matriculating Speech-Language Pathology Supplement and mail or fax to the Office of Admission in addition to the required materials above.
Natural Science Pre-requisite Sequence
Our biomedical post-baccalaureate program is designed for college graduates who wish to fulfill science pre-requisites for medical, dental, or other professional programs. Post-bac students receive individual attention from expert professors in a close-knit liberal arts environment, right in the heart of New York City.
We offer course sequences appropriate for M.D., D.O., P.A., P.T., R.N., D.V.M., D.D.S., and other allied health programs. A post-bac curriculum will be tailored for you in consultation with a science faculty member. You can choose from an array of biology, chemistry, physics, and math courses. We will work closely with you to determine appropriate placement into courses based on your academic experience and career goals.
Along with submitting the documents required of all non-matriculating students, see list above, we ask that you please complete the Non-matriculating Natural Science Pre-requisite Supplement and mail or fax to the Office of Admission in addition to the required materials above.