Do you have dreams of working in the medical field? Do you ever wonder what it would be like to have your own classroom or your own law practice? Are you looking for an education where you can bridge the gap between the sciences and liberals arts, and graduate with the skills you need to succeed both personally and professionally? Then discover what a Mount Aloysius College education can do for you by applying today.
At Mount Aloysius College, we want to know who you are, not just the information that is on the paper or on your online application. Our counselors are committed to speaking with you when you have questions or concerns. This is why Mount Aloysius makes every effort to discuss the admissions requirements and process with every prospective student.
Mount Aloysius College realizes the cost to attend college can be a financial challenge for students and their families. At the College, we maintain tuition at competitive levels.
Approximately ninety-nine percent of MAC students receive financial aid with the average aid offer is over $12,000. We award millions of dollars in scholarships each year and also offer grants and work-study.
Earn a two-year degree in Radiography or Surgical Technology while staying close to home! Take classes at Penn Highlands Healthcare, and receive up to $44,000 in funding and guaranteed employment after graduation!
We know that you will have a lot of questions about the costs and processes associated with a college degree, and our Business Office is ready to assist you with any questions you might have. From payment plans, to financial arrangements, we are here to help you and make your experience at Mount Aloysius College great!
Mount Aloysius College follows the national enrollment deadline of May 1 each year. Students can still enroll after May 1st, but programs/courses could be full or waitlisted. The priority housing deadline is April 1st.
MAAPP stands for Mount Aloysius Academic Preparation Program.
MAAPP is a conditional admission program. During the week prior to fall semester classes beginning, MAAPP students participate in a residential program aimed at easing the transition from high school to college, thereby increasing a student’s chance for academic success. MAAPP includes one hour of Educational Enrichment credit. Additionally, students are introduced to campus technology and opportunities to build connections with other students, staff and faculty. Students in the program must complete the program successfully to receive permission to matriculate into the fall semester. During the year students will be full-time students and take some courses together, attend group meetings and will meet their advisors often. Once students are accepted for college matriculation, students work closely with the MAAPP coordinator. Admission into the program is based upon criteria set by the College.