Marymount College was a four-year liberal arts college located in Salina, Kansas that opened in 1922 as a women's college.The college, which was part of the Marymount College group of colleges, was affiliated with the Jesuits and operated under the auspices of the Sisters of St. Joseph. Marymount became coeducational in 1968. It was accredited by the Higher Learning Commission in 1932. The college was situated on a campus and had five major buildings. With three dormitories the school was able to house 350 resident students. Marymount was known for the quality and fully accredited School of Nursing. The Drama department was outstanding and widely acclaimed. The Music Department was excellent. Marymount had a long history of sponsorship of community cultural events. Educationally, Marymount was in the forefront of interdisciplinary studies. It fulfilled its mission by providing strong, intelligent women as role models for students.Marymount closed in June 1989. Its records and student transcripts were housed at St. Mary of the Plains College, but when that college closed, Marymount's student transcripts were transferred to Fort Hays State University in Hays, Kansas. The student records or archives storage place is unknown.