Facilities & Buildings
Over a century old, the Administration Building
is the heart of campus.
A famous tower tops this grand, sprawling structure. It can be seen for miles around, especially at night, when its brilliant beacon lights up.
Built with bricks made with clay from the campus grounds and wood from surrounding forests, the Administration Building houses classrooms, labs, and offices.
There's a magnificent oak staircase, too, with a legend attached. If you walk up the stairs before you graduate...
Well, make sure you ask about that when you visit.
Looking for fun and games? Or food? Or supplies and souvenirs? Or other students?
You'll find it all at Cosgrave Student Center. Between classes, students meet in Cosgrave to play ping pong, pool, air hockey, video games, and foosball - or get a bite to eat in the Snack Bar - or shop in the Bookstore. On your way to lunch in the cafeteria, stop by the ATM banking machine. Relax in the student lounge and watch your favorite program on a wide-screen TV or just hang out with friends.
White pillars and wide windows gleam in the sun, welcoming you to a true high-tech information center, aptly called the Library
Inside, vaulted ceilings rise up, up and away. Everything is bright and wide-open.
In the upstairs reading lounge, you can sink into comfortable chairs by windows with a sweeping view of the entire campus.
The place is beyond state-of-the-art. Computer workstations unlock extensive databases and lead you to the infinite resources of the internet.
The Health and Physical Fitness Center
is like a free fitness club for students at Mount Aloysius College.
The home of the Mounties intercollegiate basketball and volleyball teams, it's also a full-fledged fitness center. Students shoot hoops and run laps in the gymnasium. They work out in the weight room, which is equipped with free weights, weight machines, a stair-stepper, exercise bike, and rowing machine. They can even take a "steam" in the sauna. It's the perfect place to go after a day of classes and studying.
is an instructional facility housing classrooms, labs, seminar rooms and faculty offices.
Pierce Health and Science Hall
Rising from a grassy slope near the library, Pierce Health and Science Hall is a brick and glass gateway to the future.
Pierce is packed with spacious classrooms and state-of-the-art science and health studies labs.
is a multi-purpose structure that is used as an auditorium. It dates back to the early 1900s.
Misciagna Hall is a new facility with 25 suites. Each suite has living space, a kitchenette and 2 bedrooms. A laundry area is located on each floor. A study area compliments this space on the first floor.
Ihmsen Hall features TV lounges, patios, and lawns.
McAuley Hall is our newest dorm featuring technology-based meeting rooms and suites for both genders.
See a video tour of our dorms here.
Mount Aloysius College's facilities are open 12 months per year and are made available to outside groups as scheduling permits.