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Campus Life
In our close-knit, welcoming campus community, the life of a Saint is not limited to the classroom. Campus life is full of opportunities to dive in and have fun, push your comfort zone and make friends from all over the world while building life and leadership skills.
Our 30+ student clubs and organizations can help you connect whether your interest is fashion, psychology, international studies, Campus Ministry or student government.
You’ll  nd hundreds of on-campus events from movies, art gallery exhibits and live performances at Bernie’s to annual events like MU Welcome Back Party, Midnight Madness and HalloweenFest.
Stay  t: join an intramural sports team; practice yoga, shoot hoops, swim or run laps at Lee Center.
As a Saint, you can do more than you ever dreamed!
HANSEL DSOUZA ’18
B.S. IT Forensic Computing
A resident of Kuwait since birth, Hansel is an Indian citizen who chose Marymount because of the school’s scholarship opportunities, its Catholic identity, and his major. “Living on a small campus gives me a close-knit community, but we also have great access to so many D.C. resources. Leadership positions in student government, peer mentoring, Campus Ministry and as Student Ambassador helped me develop critical skills in team building and con ict management. I discovered technical
stage production with the MU actors’ guild which has given me a whole new passion for technical lighting. If I am able to  nd a way to combine my IT degree (the accelerated 5-year B.S./M.S. program) and theatrical production in one career, that’s an instant win!”
To  nd out more, visit marymount.edu/studentlife.
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