The right fit: Fashion merchandising at Mercyhurst

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If you are looking for the right fit in a fashion merchandising school, you’ve come to the right place. For the first time, Mercyhurst University’s popular fashion merchandising program was named to the “Top 75 Fashion Merchandising Schools in the U.S.” by

Coming in at No. 50, Mercyhurst’s program competed with those at more than 200 colleges and universities across the country to rank in the top 25 percent based on academic reputation, admission selectivity, depth and breadth of both the program and faculty and geographic location. — a self-proclaimed authoritative online resource for college students seeking information about fashion school programs and careers in fashion — spent two months reviewing more than 200 fashion programs to prepare its selective list. The rankings were created to help inquiring fashion students choose a program that best fits their educational needs.

The Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT) through the State University of New York (SUNY) ranked as the No. 1 fashion merchandising program in the U.S. Through Mercyhurst, seniors enrolled in fashion merchandising have the option to attend FIT during their final year. Students who choose to enroll at FIT will receive an associate degree from FIT in addition to a bachelor degree from Mercyhurst.

To read the full ranking of fashion merchandising programs in the U.S., view the story at the website.

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