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Trocaire is a career-oriented private college specializing in healthcare. The College was founded by the Sisters of Mercy in 1958 and was originally named Sancta Maria College, a college preparing young religious women to become teachers. In 1965, the college began admitting lay women and expanded academic offerings to include career and transfer programs. Trocaire College is accredited by the Middle States Commission of Colleges and Schools.

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Trocaire offers associate degrees in 12 undergraduate major areas of study, bachelor's degrees in 3 areas of study, and 8 certificate programs in healthcare, hospitality and technology.

Current student body enrollment is approximately 1,400 students.

87% female/13% male

Student-to-faculty ratio: 12:1.

93% of Trocaire students receive some form of financial assistance - scholarships, grants, loans and work-study.

Locations - Main Campus at 360 Choate Avenue in Buffalo, NY; Seneca Street Location at 2262 Seneca Street Buffalo, NY  14210: Russell J. Salvatore School of Hospitality & Business at 6681 Transit Road in Williamsville, NY

Trocaire boasts over 10,000 graduates, many of whom still live and work in Western New York.