The Mount Aloysius College Library offers a wide array of services to meet the needs of its many college patrons. The following services are available to all MAC students, faculty and staff through the College Library.
Interlibrary loan (ILL) is available to request books that are unavailable in MountLink. Copies of periodical articles that are not available in the Mount Aloysius College Library may also be ordered through ILL.
The Library’s collection of DVDs and CDs are kept at the Circulation Desk. These items may be checked out by students for up to three days at a time with no renewals.
Students may borrow laptop computers. The loan period is 30 days. Copies of the laptop policy form are available at the Circulation desk. This equipment is available at the Circulation Desk.
Reserves are items (books, articles, videos, etc.) that Mount Aloysius students need for class assignments. Professors have asked that these materials be placed on reserve in a special area behind the circulation desk.
Nursing students: Get a head start on preparing for the medication calculation exam. Sign up through TutorTrac. If you can't find a time on TutorTrac that works for you, contact Anne and she will get you on her schedule. Make your start to the next level of Nursing a strong one.
Join us for a private, personalized visit of Mount Aloysius College. Staff and coaches are available to answer any questions you may have about MAC and what it's like on campus. Schedule time to meet faculty either one-on-one or via Zoom (or other video conferencing platform).
Message from President @jmckeeg : “We must remember that intelligence is not enough. Intelligence plus character--that is the goal of true education. The complete education gives one not only power of concentration, but worthy objectives upon which to concentrate.” When he wrote these words, Martin Luther King, Jr. was an 18-year-old college student. The worthy objectives upon which the Rev. Dr. King concentrated the full measure of his brilliance – civil rights for all through nonviolent transformation of society – are rightly honored today. It is fitting and proper that each year, our nation celebrates MLK’s profound legacy. This day also
Join us January 19 at 8:30 am for the ribbon cutting and demonstration of our new Anatomage Virtual Dissection Table. This table, thanks to a grant from the Alden Trust, will help students succeed. Visit our Facebook or YouTube pages to attend.
As a freelance interpreter, Cheyanne Marsh, ‘17, works with a variety of Deaf and Hard of Hearing clients. She is self-employed, which means she builds her own schedule and decides whom she wants to work with–including political candidates and popular live performances. . During her time at Mount Aloysius, Cheyanne double majored in American Sign Language/English Interpreting (ASL/EI) and English. As part of her studies, she took an internship with an interpreter referral agency in Pittsburgh. Now, she contracts with that company a majority of the time. . “The best part of my job is that it is almost never
It almost feels like winter is ending on the mountain
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