Mount Aloysius President Tom Foley noted that decisions about college often focus on affordability. “We’ve been able to keep college affordable,” he said. “Mount Aloysius is one most affordable private colleges in the Northeastern US. We encourage students and their parents to talk with experts about financial aid and explore academics directly with faculty. Talk to students too, and get their impressions about Mount Aloysius College.”
Frank Crouse, vice president of enrollment management urged students and parents to register now for the Mount Aloysius College April 27th Open House. “This is the best opportunity to get both a comprehensive look at Mount Aloysius College and also a personal tour of our newest facility on campus—the Athletic Convocation and Wellness Center,” he said. “Join us and see the campus, meet faculty and students and get your questions answered face-to-face. We’re all looking forward to meeting you—our student tour-guides, and Mount Aloysius faculty and staff. We’ll have all members of the admissions team available to answer any and all questions regarding academics, student life, and financial aid,” he said.
Students at Mount Aloysius pick from over 70 academic programs which statistically earn graduates good jobs or a ready pathway to grad school. Just recently, Mount Aloysius signed an early acceptance agreement with the Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine, Dental and Pharmacy school. Mount Aloysius College’s NCAA Division III athletic status and the developing campus continues attracting students looking for a “next level” college experience. Mount Aloysius students compete in 14 NCAA Division iii sports.
Register at email@example.com, on-line mtaloy.edu/admissions or call (814) 886-6383.