Student Services and ParkingStudent Health Insurance
The Student Health Center website
has complete information about your Health Center Services and options.
Marymount graduate students taking nine or more credit hours are required to either show proof of existing health insurance coverage or purchase a student health insurance plan through the university. Please note that you will be automatically enrolled in Marymount's student health insurance plan unless you provide a waiver demonstrating that you already have coverage.
Students with Access Needs
Marymount's Office of Student Access Services assists students with documented physical, learning, or psychological disabilities. Students who desire accommodations should contact the director of Student Access Services at 703-526-6925 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
as soon as possible. Students who qualify for services may request them at any point during their enrollment at Marymount.
Obtaining a Parking Permit
In order to obtain your new parking permit, you will be required to provide a valid driver's license to the ID and Parking Office, located in Ireton Hall on Main Campus.
For each vehicle you may use to park on campus or at a university-designated satellite parking lot, you will be required to provide a valid motor vehicle registration; vehicle tag/plate state and number; and vehicle make (e.g. Ford, Chevy, Toyota) model (e.g. Focus, Malibu, Corolla), and color.
Any vehicle parked at Marymount University or a university-designated satellite parking lot must display a current Marymount University parking permit, temporary parking permit, or guest pass. Vehicles failing to display these permits are subject to towing without prior notification to the vehicle's owner. Marymount University assumes no responsibility for any towed vehicle.
The cost of your permit will be billed to your student account and is only payable at the Cashier's office on Main Campus.
The permit does not guarantee that a space will be available. For further parking information, please call (703) 284-5700.
Daytime commuter students may park in these locations:
- the Main Parking lot (in front of The Lodge), with the exception of reserved and handicapped spaces.
- the Main Campus parking garage next to the Reinsch Library
- the Main Campus parking garage located underneath Lee-Ostapenko and Caruthers halls.
Evening commuter students may park in these same locations.
Carpool spaces in the Main parking lot and at the 4040 Ballston Center are reserved for students who have been approved for these spaces by the ID and Parking Office. Approval must be obtained each semester that a student wishes to have access to these spaces. For questions, contact the ID and Parking Office at email@example.com
Student parking for 4040 Fairfax building is available at 4201 Wilson Boulevard Garage with a permit and an MU BlueCard. M-F 6:30 am - 11:30 pm and Sat 8:00 am -6:30 pm. Street meter parking is free on Saturday evenings and all day Sunday.
DPT students park at 4250 Fairfax Garage, entrance 955 N. Taylor Street, parking available Monday-Friday 6:30 am - 11:30 pm and Saturday 7:00 am - 6:00 pm with permit and MU BlueCard.
Commuter Student Services
As more than 50% of Marymount University’s student population commute to campus, our commuter students are a priority. The Office of Commuter and Graduate Student Services
strives to build community among commuter students by engaging them in campus life.
Ministry, Activities & Leadership
Marymount University's Campus Ministry
is committed to living out its mission statement, striving always “to provide the Marymount community with experiences of the love of God, to help Christ transform their lives, and to empower them to respond fully to Christ’s call to bear witness to Him in the world.” There is also a list of other religious services
in the area.
Center for Career Services
The Center for Career Services
provides comprehensive career exploration, preparation, and decision-making assistance to Marymount students and alumni to foster their professional development and ensure their long-term career satisfaction and success.
Student Affairs Administration
The Division of Student Affairs
supports the co-curricular and living-learning aspect of university life.
Center for Global Education
The Center of Global Education
is a great resource for learning more about opportunities abroad and the Global Scholars Program.
Center for Teaching and Learning
The Center for Teaching and Learning
provides a variety of programs for Marymount students and faculty that promote student success and support student learning.The Center also collaborates with faculty and staff to infuse the curriculum and co-curriculum with high academic and ethical standards.This is a great place to find one-on-one tutoring, support dedicated towards the new student experience and much more.