» A US News and World Report ranked College for 12 consecutive years. Ranked consistently in the top half of all Colleges in the United States North for value, graduation rates, job placement, affordability and commitment to excellence.
» Significant job placement with academic programs after graduation – many boast 99% with nursing and medical imaging being at 100%.
» The first College in the region to be recognized and listed with the United States Presidents Honor Roll for Distinguished Community Service.
» Ninety-nine percent of graduates start graduate school or a job within six months of graduation.
» Superior pass rates with nursing, medical imaging and allied health programs fields of study.
» Listed and voted as a College of Distinction each year since 2007 for engaged students, great teaching, vibrant communities, and successful outcomes.
» Enrollment Power Index rated the College Admissions Web Site as a top 100 in the United States of America with an A rating. Also listed as #9 in the United States North! The only College in the region to have this honor .
» One of the Commonwealth’s premier nursing and medical imaging programs with 1/3 or more of the regions nurses and imagers coming from Mount Aloysius College.
» Regarded as a leader in Mercy Higher Education for strong commitment to values, justice, hospitality and service. One of 16 nationally recognized Mercy Colleges and Universities.
» Named a 2009 Military Friendly School by G.I. Jobs and consistently since the inauguration of the program. The list honors the top fifteen percent of colleges, universities and trade schools that are doing the most to embrace American’s veterans as students. Mount Aloysius College received this honor for the third year in a row and was the first regional College to be honored.
» Continue to be the most affordable private college in the region and in the United States North (Top five percent).
» One of the oldest Catholic Colleges (1853) in the United States and one of the first in the region to become co-education (1968/69).
» Honors Program
» Double Major
» Study Abroad
» Washington DC Semester
» Walt Disney World Semester
» Service regionally and around the World