|Mount Aloysius College Invites Public to Grad School Information Night||10/4/2013|
Cresson, Pa. – Mount Aloysius College will host another popular Graduate School Open House on Tuesday, October 15th at 6:00 p.m. Light refreshment will be available. The MAC Graduate School informational session will take place in the Wolf-Kuhn Gallery on the first floor of the iconic Main Building on the Cresson campus.
Mount Aloysius College offers four popular master’s degree programs. These include Business Administration, Community Counseling, a new autism-focused master’s degree in Behavioral Specialist Consulting and Psychology.
Ms. Roxane Hogue, director of graduate and continuing education division at Mount Aloysius College noted that representatives of the Mount Aloysius College Financial Aid staff will be on hand to answer questions about finding financial help to complete a graduate degree as well as program coordinators for each of the four degree areas to answer specific program questions.
According to Ms. Hogue, graduate programs at Mount Aloysius College are specifically designed for the working professional. “There are evening classes held year-round.” She said, “And students have the flexibility to complete the program at their own pace. Several courses are even offered in an eight week format, and finally,” she added, “Mount Aloysius grad school faculty are working practitioners who bring their real-world experiences to the classroom.”
Reservations for the MAC Grad School information session can be made by calling the Office of Graduate and Continuing Education at (814) 886-6406 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Caption: Mount Aloysius College Grad School Open House Planners review program for the Tuesday, October 15th event. Seated is Ms. Roxane Hogue, director of graduate and continuing education at Mount Aloysius College. Standing, from left are: Dr. David Haschak, social science and counseling graduate program coordinator; Ms. Kim Asonevich, associate dean of the business and information technology divisions and Dr. Timothy Fulop, senior vice president for academic affairs and dean of faculty at Mount Aloysius College.