Marist College - Local Involvement

Local Involvement

Marist College maintains a partnership with the Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt Institute (FERI) in Hyde Park, which exists primarily to serve as the educational arm of the Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library and Museum. Furthermore, the library, under the control of the National Archives and Records Administration, serves as the primary resource for student history majors completing capping papers. Marist also administers the library web site ( and has co-sponsored several major conferences in conjunction with the presidential library and FERI. The FDR Library website, which is based on the latest digital asset management technology, has been recognized by as one of the best Presidential Library sites in the country.

Other major projects include the Hudson River Valley Institute (the educational arm of the Hudson River Valley National Heritage Area).

Marist also participates in the Institute of Ecosystem Studies, and many other projects.

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