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Manhattanville, Mercy colleges offering help to former CNR nursing students

Mercy College has been approved by the New York State Education Department to provide increased degree offerings online and at its Dobbs Ferry, Manhattan and Bronx campuses.

Mercy College leases three College of New Rochelle campuses

The College of New Rochelle ceases academic operations on Aug. 10 and holds its final commencement on Aug. 20.

Mercy College offers exit strategy to College of New Rochelle students

Officials from Mercy said Monday that the Dobbs Ferry college has entered into a memorandum of understanding with College of New Rochelle to "offer its students an uninterrupted pathway to continue their education at Mercy."

Mercy College announces ‘MercyManhattan’ rebrand and expansion

The school's midtown space will grow to more than 95,000 square feet over the next two years. The campus will be rebranded as MercyManhattan.

Mercy College uses $25K TD Bank grant to open veterans center

Known as the TD Bank Veterans Center, the space will serve the roughly 300 veterans who attend Mercy College, about half of which attend classes at the Dobbs Ferry campus.

Business of business schools exposed in Mercy College vs. Long Island...

Mercy claims a former dean forwarded confidential student information to himself before he went to work for LIU.

Hudson Valley colleges receive $10M in state grants for construction projects

The funding comes from the Higher Education Capital Matching Grant Program, which provides matching grants to private, not-for-profit colleges and universities.

Mercy’s scholarship dinner

Mercy College recently held its 37th annual Trustees’ Scholarship Dinner at Glen Island Harbour Club in New Rochelle. 

Ransomware: Hostage-taking, cyber style

These type of attacks have been traced back to 1989 with the virus known as both the PC Cyborg and AIDS.

At the Mercy of hackers

Mercy College encouraged a team of students to validate their cybersecurity knowledge and skills through participation in hacking simulations.

Bitcoin trading a high-risk bet for investors and commerce

“The guy who founded it is Satoshi Nakamoto,” said Neil Howe of Hedgeye Risk Management. “No one knows who he is. He may not exist at all.”

Colleges weigh uncertain impact of state’s Excelsior Scholarship debut

In the first semester under Excelsior Scholarship program, state and private schools compete for students in a new landscape.

Mercy awarded $3.3M in federal grants

Both grants will be used to help students complete their educations.

Business trade-show attendance still strong, although some opt out

Margaret Price, CEO of Ridgefield Supply Co., ensures that members of her corporate team are present at a half-dozen national and regional industry happenings each year.

Overcoming limitations

The second annual Tech Supports for Cognition and Learning conference was hosted by Arc of Westchester and Mercy College.