Your goal is to graduate. Our goal is to make sure you graduate with an education that leads to a career. You can choose from over 30 academic degree programs geared toward specific professions.
National Accreditations: 7
Honor Societies: 16
High-achieving students intensify and enrich their education by joining the Honors Program.
Honors students benefit from opportunities such as :
Resident students can choose from single rooms to apartment style living. All three residence halls feature computer stations, game rooms, wifi and 24-hour security.
The dining hall in the Granito Center always seems to be the hub of campus activity (a lot like your kitchen at home). Choose from three different meal plans to fit your budget (plus one just for commuter students).
Student-athlete or just a sports fan? Either way, Dominican College athletes play on 14 Division II varsity teams and have won numerous conference championships. Come out and play, or just cheer the Chargers on to victory.
Just 20 minutes from the excitement of the city that never sleeps. Take in a ball game, visit a museum, or take advantage of some of the country’s best internship opportunities. New York City is so close; it might as well be our backyard!
Miles to New York City
Faculy to Student Ratio
Sq. ft. of the Hennessy Center for Athletics
Fire in The Sky
Powder Puff Football
Throughout the year Dominican College hosts campus-wide events that bring students, faculties, staff, and families together for a wide-range of activities. Be sure to check out Spirit Week, Big Charger Weekends, and our annual Family Day and Fire in the Sky.
Do you have a particular interest or talent and would like to connect with other like-minded students? With dozens of clubs and organizations to choose from, chances are you’ll find what you’re looking for. If not, start your own club.
Westchester County Center, White Plains, NY
Personal success cannot be measured without measuring our impact on improving the lives of others. Dominican College and community service go hand in hand. Our goal is for every student to develop service to others as a life-long value.
Whether it is through Alternative Spring Break and working with Habitat for Humanity or a mission trip to help needy children in El Salvador, we provide many opportunities to get involved, and make a difference.
Participate in Campus-Wide Community Service Programs Including:
Service Learning Opportunities