Our Director of Transfer and Returning Adult Freshman Admissions is happy to meet with students to discuss if courses are transferable. The best time to meet is during the week, Monday through Friday (8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.) for an individual appointment.
Our Director of Transfer and Returning Adult Freshmen Admissions is happy to meet with students to discuss if courses are transferable. The best time to meet is during the week, Monday through Friday (8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.) for an individual appointment. Students who transfer in 30 credits or more toward a degree program will be granted sophomore, junior status where appropriate.
Courses that are completed at regionally accredited institutions and are applicable to your major will transfer. We also transfer in credits from selected nationally accredited institutions and the military. Mount Aloysius College has specific articulation agreements with a number of colleges and universities.
In most cases, if you have an Associate degree and are continuing for a Bachelors degree in the same field of study, you will receive junior standing at Mount Aloysius College.
We do! About 200 (+) of our new class each fall is made up of transfer students. Our students come to us from a diverse range of colleges and universities, too. We accept transfer students in both the fall and spring semester. Transfer students range in ages from 19-80+!
We do. We have agreements with colleges, business schools, and nursing schools throughout Pennsylvania. If you received an Associate degree or RN diploma (for nurses) you are given junior standing at Mount Aloysius College.
Transfer students are able to start Mount Aloysius courses in the spring. Students can choose to start in the fall or the spring semester.
Our Ann Harris Smith Little People’s Place offers safe, convenient, and affordable child care that accommodates your class schedule. Children from the ages of two to five are welcome, but space is limited. If you have more questions, please feel free to contact Little People’s Place at (814) 886-6456.
Rick Mishler is the Director of Transfer and Returning Adult Freshman Admissions. He is very happy to help you verify that courses are transferable and that you are scheduled for classes that will transfer.
Students must have a C or better to transfer a class. We do not accept C- and we do not accept courses that were completed Pass/Fail.
Many liberal arts courses have no time limit to them. Sciences and Computer Science courses must be 7 years old or less.
Absolutely! Rick Mishler is our Director and he would be happy to go over your transcripts with you. You can schedule an individual appointment, or you can meet with Rick at one of our visitation days.
You can. While students can attend MAC on a part-time basis, we encourage students to go full-time so that they can benefit from full-time financial aid and scholarships. Students who attend full-time often finish their degree faster and can enter the job market more quickly.
Mount Aloysius College does offer a number of courses at night, but not all of our courses are offered during evening hours. Most students do eventually have to come during the day to complete a degree.
Full-time status means that you are taking at least 12 credits a semester.
We do provide housing for traditional transfer students. Mount Aloysius College does not provide housing for married students.
We send a transfer evaluation with your acceptance letter. Our transfer counselors can do an unofficial transfer evaluation when you visit the College. Transfer evaluations are released quickly from the Office of Undergraduate and Graduate Admissions.
Mount Aloysius College accepts students in a rolling admissions basis for Spring and Fall Semesters. If you want to get started, there is no better time than now. You can come and visit the college and fill out a fee waived application. Students can enroll in the fall or spring semester, respectively. Contact Admissions at (814) 886-6383 to get the ball rolling.
Yes! Many of our degree programs have internships as part of the curriculum.
Yes. We do accept CLEP results. Mount Aloysius College does not offer the CLEP exam, but we can help you find a college/university that does.
Trade Readjustment Act (TRA) TAA funding was created to provide benefits and services to workers who become unemployed due to the impact of international trade. TAA helps laid-off workers gain skills necessary to secure employment and advance in the workplace. Mount Aloysius College is a proud supporter of the Trade Readjustment Act, allowing displaced workers to get funding to further their education.
Trade eligible Programs include:
- Legal Studies
- Medical Imaging-Radiography
- Medical Laboratory Technician
- Physical Therapy Assistant
- Business Administration
- Information Technology
- Medical Imaging-Radiography
- Medical Laboratory Technician
If you are eligible for TRA money and want to learn more about our academic programs of study, please contact Rick Mishler in the Office of Transfer and Returning Adult Freshman Admissions at 814-886-6383 or admissions@
Mount Aloysius College offers our qualifying veterans and military members one-on-one assistance in determining and obtaining their VA, Yellow Ribbon and Vocational Rehabilitation benefits, priority registration, membership in SALUTE (the national honor society for veterans), free tutoring, free career counseling and other counseling/disability services, if needed.
We offer our qualifying spouses of veterans and military members one-on-one assistance in determining and obtaining their transferred VA and Yellow Ribbon benefits, as well as MYCAA benefits, benefits for spouses of 100% or deceased veterans and the Fry Scholarship for spouses of deceased veterans. We also offer free tutoring, free career counseling and other counseling, if needed.
We offer our qualifying dependents of military members one-on-one assistance in determining and obtaining their transferred VA and Yellow Ribbon benefits, as well as benefits for dependents of 100% disabled or deceased veterans. We also offer free tutoring, free career counseling and other counseling, if needed.
There is a military lounge on campus, to be used primarily forveterans, military members and their families who are attending Mount Aloysius College, as students. This is a nice quiet place to study and it is equipped with a refrigerator, lockers, a microwave, a Kuerig, a TV/VCR and fiction books for your reading pleasure. The lounge is also used for our Military Club meetings.
Mount Aloysius values its veterans and military members and we thank them for their commitment and service to our country. If you have questions, please contact Sally Weber, VA Certifying Official at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at (814) 886-6337. To learn more click here.
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