Mount Aloysius College announces the addition of several specializations in the Biology program.
Due to the medical needs in the area, Mount Aloysius College is bringing back its Medical Laboratory Technician associate's degree program.
Adding to the College's growing criminology programs, Mount Aloysius has implemented a new 12-credit Certificate in Forensic Investigation.
Sr. Mary Ann Dillon, President of Mount Aloysius College, is pleased to inform all of our constituents that The Campaign for Mount Aloysius College has exceeded its announced goal of $7,500,000.
The review encourages individuals to comment on the quality of the AD and RN to BSN programs, share personal experiences with its students or graduates, or discuss the impact the programs have had in the community.
In the past, archival records of Mount Aloysiuswere carefully recorded and preserved through the work of Sr. Silverius Shields. Today, the Mount Aloysius Archives house nearly 150 years of history. Gifts to the Mount Aloysius archives are very important in filling the gaps and adding to detail of that which is already housed.
In the past, archival records of Mount Aloysius were carefully recorded and preserved through the work of Sr. Silverius Shields. Today, the Mount Aloysius Archives house nearly 150 years of history. Gifts to the Mount Aloysius archives are very important in filling the gaps and adding to detail of that which is already housed.
On Saturday, May 12, 2007, more than 400 students walked across the stage to receive their degree at the 67th Annual Commencement Ceremony.
The topic of rejection is rarely entertaining. However, guest speaker Sean Kealy, C.S.Sp. combined Irish wit and theological scholarship in his presentation for Mount Aloysius's fourth annual Ecumenical Luncheon and Lecture series.
The Distinguished Alumni Award was established by the Alumni Association in 2006. This is the second year for giving these prestigious awards.
Women from the class of 1958 attended reunion this year to begin the planning of their 50th high school reunion which will occur in one short year. Twenty-nine young women comprised this distinct Academy class.
The official dedication of the Calandra Smith Baseball Field was held on April 30, 2007.
Mike Vladic takes over as the new head coach of the Mounties men's soccer program beginning in the Fall of 2007.
A new level of recognition for academic excellence on the part of Mount Aloysius student-athletes was ushered in during the 2006-2007 academic year.
Giving back to the community has always been a way of life for Mount Aloysius College Trustee Ann Benzel.
Mount Aloysius College is pleased to offer its students 3+1 Pre-Professional Chiropractic articulation in conjunction with the New York Chiropractic College (NYCC) and Sherman College.
Theresa Fike was a giver all of her life. Even after her death in 2005 she continues to assist those dearest to her.
Sr. Mary Ann Dillon, Ph.D., President of Mount Aloysius College is pleased to announce the promotion of two members of the Mount Aloysius faculty.
Students, families and friends attended the 2007 Academic Honors and Pinning Ceremony on Friday, May 4, 2007.
The Academic Fieldwork Committee hosted the 10th Annual Thank You Seminar on March 6, 2007 to thank the clinical site instructors, mentors, and internship supervisors who assist our students in the transition from the classroom to the workplace.
Metz Dining Services sponsored a Mardi Gras celebration on February 20, 2007.
The Mount Aloysius College American Sign Language (ASL) Club hosted a Sign Language Camp on March 24, 2007, to teach local children about deaf awareness.
Members of the Mount Aloysius College community held a campaign reception in Johnstown where many good friends of the College were made aware of the growth that the College has been experiencing.
They came from far and wide, from Cresson to Puerto Rico... Reunion Weekend 2007 was the largest showing of alumni of Mount Aloysius Academy, Junior College, and College with more than 180 in attendance!
Lori Hamilton thinks back over a career in which she has achieved all that she initially set out as goals for herself.
Bob joined the Alumni Association Board in 2005 after graduating with his second degree from Mount Aloysius.
Students were inducted into the National Honor Society on February 20, 2007 in Our Lady of Mercy Chapel
More than 200 Mount Aloysius faculty, staff, and students attended a prayer service April 18, 2007 to honor the victims of the tragic shootings at Virginia Tech.
The second annual Undergraduate Research Symposium was held April 17, 2007, in the Health and Physical Fitness Center with approximately 250 students, faculty, staff, and guests in attendance.
In an effort to re-establish the alumni networks across the country, the Office of Alumni Relations is joining with Mountie alumni volunteers to host various socials, events, happy hours, and back yard barbeques in areas that have a high concentration of Mount Alumni.
Thirty-two years of service in the Nursing Department at Mount Aloysius
has shown Pat Cuthbert the many facets of teaching within the Mercy tradition, and now at the brink of retirement, she reflects not only on what she taught, but also on what she has learned.
If you want to honor your parents or another person who has influenced your life, you would be hardpressed to find a more fitting way than to establish a named endowment fund. Such a fund carries the honoree’s name far into the future as it benefits a worthy cause through annual gifts.