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Main Campus

 
 

The Main Campus is the heart of the University and includes the iconic Main House, academic buildings, and residence halls. Administrative and School offices, the Sacred Heart of Mary Chapel, the Emerson G. Reinsch Library, and the Lee University Center are also located on the Main Campus.

 

The Main Campus's newest buildings include Caruthers Hall, an academic building that opened in 2011 featuring state-of-the-art-science labs and classrooms, and Rose Bente Lee Ostapenko Hall, which opened in fall 2010 offering the latest in apartment-style collegiate residential living.

Ballston Center

 
 

Located in the Ballston professional district in Arlington County, Marymount’s Ballston Center is home to the School of Business Administration, the Graduate Admissions Office, the Department of Forensic Psychology, and Counseling, and the Verizon Information Security Lab, a cybersecurity facility that prepares students to meet 21st-century cyber-challenges.

 

Marymount's Ballston Center is just minutes from the Main Campus, and students travel to and from both locations on free Marymount shuttles.

 

Marymount is anticipating multipurpose development of the current Ballston Center site to include two modern buildings as rendered in the photograph above.

Reston Center

 
 

Marymount’s Reston Center, an adult education center, is located in northern Virginia’s business and technology corridor and offers working professionals the opportunity to earn career-advancing degrees through part-time study.

 

The Reston Center is also home to Marymount's Educational Partnerships program. Through the program, Marymount works closely with client corporations, government agencies, and educational institutions to develop customized education programs for the client organization's employees.

4040 Fairfax Drive

 
 

Located just two blocks from the Ballston Metro, 4040 N. Fairfax houses our Physical Therapy Doctoral Program and Clinic as well as additional space for existing academic and administrative functions.