MAC Vision 2025
We have studied, talked, listened, and asked what we as a community can do to move Johnstown forward. Together, we have created Vision 2025. You are invited to review its findings, learn of next steps and how our community can take them together. Vision 2025 is a community-based effort that has created a vision around bettering our community through a strategic focus around three core areas: a vibrant local economy, life-sustaining landscapes, and a strong sense of community, all guided by an inclusive good governance model.
Visioning is the first step in seeing where to go and deciding how to get there. It’s working in large places such as Pittsburgh and in smaller Pennsylvania communities such as Media. Now is the time for Johnstown. The project team gathered information and input from a number of sources, including a community priority survey conducted through the Johnstown Tribune-Democrat in September of 2014, community planning documents, interviews with over two dozen community leaders and facilitated listening sessions with over 100 additional community members. To learn about the findings, view the Vision 2025 summary.
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Commitment to Diversity
Mount Aloysius is committed to building an inclusive community that values each person and respects diversity of all kinds – diversity of thought, experience, culture, ethnicity, gender/gender identity, sexual orientation, disability, etc. to create a workplace where everyone participates and is able to contribute their own unique gifts, talents and perspectives.
Mount Aloysius College strictly prohibits and does not tolerate unlawful discrimination against any person on the basis of age, ancestry, color, disability or handicap, national origin, race, religious creed, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, genetic information or veteran status in the administration of its admissions and employment practices, educational policies, financial aid, scholarship and loan programs, athletics or any other College administered program.
Any person with limited English language skills will be provided assistance upon request. Such assistance is provided by the College to ensure limited English language skills is not a barrier to admission or participation in programs of the College.
Inquiries or requests for information regarding civil rights or grievance procedures, should be directed to the Vice President for Student Affairs, the College’s designated Title IX and Section 504 Coordinator, at the Office of Student Affairs, Cosgrave Center, 7373 Admiral Peary Highway, Cresson, PA 16630. Tel: (814) 886-6472.