Marist Brothers Usa Partners With Marist College

October 15, 2019

Marist Brothers USA Province employees and their adult family members now have access to a tuition discount.

Beginning this fall, all employees of the Marist Brothers USA Province along with their families, will have access to a 25% tuition discount on eligible graduate programs and adult undergraduate programs.

Employees include: Teachers at Marist schools, employees of the Marist Brothers Center in Esopus, Camp Marist, Mid-Hudson Valley Camps, Champagnat Hall, Marist Mission Projects, and Province administration.

“Marist College has created academic partnerships with organizations who share our commitment to diversity and places a high value on the importance of community and the principles of service.” View the partnership page on the Marist College website and view eligible programs.

The Marist Brothers USA Province is dedicated to continuing education and professional development opportunities for their employees. They recognize that some of the barriers to employees achieving their educational goals are time, money, and support. Their partnership with Marist College delivers on all of these needs through access to online classes and degree programs, financial aid guidance, a tuition discount, and countless advisors and counselors at the college.

The Marist Brothers, founded in 1817, are a Catholic Religious Brotherhood rooted in the mission “Making Jesus Christ Known and Loved,” set forth by their founder, Saint Marcellin Champagnat. Today, The Marist Brothers Province of the USA is comprised of over 130 Brothers and numerous Lay Marists who serve as educators, counselors, spiritual directors, retreat coordinators, campus ministers, social workers, youth leaders, as well as advocates for those who are marginalized in society. Marist Ministries in the United States include seven owned Marist high schools, work in several Diocesan schools, two summer camps, a retreat center, parish work, retreat work, spiritual accompaniment, work with at-risk youth, young adult ministries, hospital chaplaincy, prison ministry, as well as work within University campuses.