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Through Partnership

PMC and BC entered into mission-based agreement

First-Generation
Student Success

Advancing outcomes for first-generation students, recognized

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The Initiative for
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Redefining coaching, mentoring, and personalized support

Our Community

A welcoming community comprised of majority first-generation students

Ranked #1
in Ethnic Diversity

Celebrating our diversity: #1 in Campus Ethnic Diversity & #11 in Social Mobility

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A Caring Learning Community

Our mission is to make certain that all graduates are prepared to take meaningful steps in their lives: engaging in new jobs and careers, continuing to learn, and positively contributing to their communities. Students, including those who are the first in their families to attend college, who are looking for a purposeful education in a personalized and inclusive learning community will find a home at Pine Manor College.

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85%

of our students identify as students of color.

84%

first in their family to attend college.

95%

of our graduates are employed six months after graduation.

50%

of our students are multilingual.

In Their Own Words

“With the support and guidance of my Pine Manor College professors, advisors, Student Success Coaches, admissions counselors, and peers, I was able to become the best that I could be. I’ve learned not to give up until I’m proud of my work, and I’ve learned to pursue every opportunity that comes my way.”

Feven Bedard-Khalid, ‘20
Business and Management

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“I love the professors and the staff here. They are big supporters and you can always have really good conversations with them.”

Ellis Reid, ’19
Criminal Justice

News & Events

Remembering Professor Emeritus Elizabeth Ballantine Gardner

Remembering Professor Emeritus Elizabeth Ballantine Gardner

Beloved Emerita Professor of Biology Elizabeth Ballantine Gardner passed away on December 1st, 2020. For more than 50 years, Beth was an active member of the Pine Manor College community, dedicated to the success of the students and the College.  Beth earned her...