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Mount Aloysius College continues to be committed to our students and to our community by offering a high-quality education at an exceptional value.  Whether you’re looking for courses on-campus, online, or at one of our select community locations (Johnstown, DuBois, and Altoona), Mount Aloysius College will provide you with convenient and affordable courses you can’t find anywhere else throughout the summer!

Here you will find the summer course schedule, tuition, and fee costs, financial aid information and college policies.  Select an option below to get started!

Your quick and free course registration begins at the bottom of this page!

On the way down, check out our summer brochure, review our offerings and learn about tuition & aid!

Summer Brochure

Course Offerings

Summer Registration has already begun!

View a listing of all courses offered below. Visit our summer course offering portal to see how many seats are open for any given class. (You will be redirected to the MAC Portal page Course Schedule. From there, choose the Term “2018 Summer” and click Search.)

Summer Offerings

Course Code
Name
Credits
Start Date
AC 345 01 WEB Accounting Intr 3 5/14/2018
AR 109 W2 WEB Surv Art: Cross 3 6/18/2018
BL 112 W2 WEB Nutrition 3 6/18/2018
BL 201 C1 MAIN Anat & Phys I 4 5/14/2018
BL 201 C2 MAIN Anat & Phys I 4 6/25/2018
BL 202 C1 MAIN Anat & Phys II 4 5/14/2018
BL 210 C1 MAIN Microbiology 4 5/14/2018
BL 210 C2 MAIN Microbiology 4 6/25/2018
BU 222 W1 WEB Personal Financ 3 5/14/2018
BU 321 02 WEB HR Plan & Devlp 3 6/18/2018
BU 345 01 WEB Business Intrns 3 5/14/2018
BU 360 02 WEB Entrepreneurshi 3 6/18/2018
BU 452 02 WEB Sport Mngt/Rec 3 6/18/2018
BU 490 01 WEB Bus Integ Semnr 3 5/14/2018
CM 220 W2 WEB Intro to Stat. 3 6/18/2018
COUN 581 01 MAIN Treating Trauma 3 5/14/2018
COUN 630 02 MAIN Sbstc Abs Cnslg 3 6/18/2018
COUN 685 01 MAIN Practicum 3 5/14/2018
CR 101 W1 WEB Intro Crim Just 3 6/18/2018
CR 420 01 MAIN Crim. Internshi 3 5/14/2018
CR 420 02 MAIN Crim. Internshi 6 5/14/2018
CR 420 03 MAIN Crim. Internshi 9 5/14/2018
CR 420C 01 MAIN Crim Intern (Cl 3 5/14/2018
CR 420C 02 MAIN Crim Intern (Cl 6 5/14/2018
CR 420C 03 MAIN Crim Intern (Cl 9 5/14/2018
CS 345 01 WEB IT Internship 3 5/14/2018
DMS 408 01 MAIN Clncl Ultra Sim 2 5/14/2018
DMS 408 02 MAIN Clncl Ultra Sim 2 5/14/2018
DMS 409 01 MAIN Ultr Clin Pra I 2 6/25/2018
EE 091 W2 WEB Col. Reading I 3 6/25/2018
EE 093 W2 WEB Col. Reading II 1 6/18/2018
EE 094 C2 MAIN Found. Algebra 3 6/25/2018
EE 094 DB DRMC Found. Algebra 3 6/25/2018
EE 098 C2 MAIN Int. Writing I 3 6/25/2018
EE 098 DB DRMC Int. Writing I 3 6/25/2018
EE 100 C1 MAIN Strat Aca Succe 1 8/18/2018
EE 100 C2 MAIN Strat Aca Succe 1 8/18/2018
EN 110 W1 WEB Rhetoric I 3 5/14/2018
EN 111 W2 WEB Rhetoric II 3 6/18/2018
EN 307 01 WEB Crit Think Lit 3 5/14/2018
EN 312 01 MAIN Modern Amer Nov 3 5/14/2018
GR 101 01 MAIN Assoc Grad App 0 5/14/2018
GR 201 01 MAIN Bach Grad App 0 5/14/2018
GR 301 01 MAIN Grad Deg App 0 5/14/2018
HCA 381 02 WEB Hlthcr Otcm&QM 3 6/18/2018
HS 101 W1 WEB Wrld Cv to 1500 3 5/14/2018
HS 102 W2 WEB Wld Cv sn 1500 3 6/18/2018
HS 201 W2 WEB Am Hst to 1877 3 6/18/2018
ICT 101 W1 WEB Information Lit 1 5/14/2018
ICT 301 02 WEB Profssnl ICTs 1 6/18/2018
LA 120 C2 MAIN Tri-County Lead 2 6/25/2018
LA 201 W1 WEB Self & Learning 1 5/14/2018
LA 301 W2 WEB Self & Vocation 1 6/18/2018
LA 301 W4 WEB Self & Vocation 1 6/18/2018
MA 109 W1 WEB Med Term 3 5/14/2018
MA 175 C2 MAIN Phlebotomy Tech 4 6/25/2018
MBA 505 01 WEB Hmn Rsrc Mngmt 3 5/14/2018
MBA 515 02 WEB Market Mgmt Pla 3 6/18/2018
MBA 518 02 WEB Managerial Econ 3 6/18/2018
NU 220T C1 MAIN Nursing Pharm 3 5/14/2018
NU 302 02 WEB Hlth Assessment 3 6/18/2018
NU 304 02 WEB Hum Path 3 6/18/2018
NU 305 01 WEB Intro to Resear 3 5/14/2018
NU 401 02 WEB Capstone 3 6/25/2018
NU 403 01 WEB Comm Hlth Nrsng 3 6/18/2018
NU 430 01 WEB Nrsng Infrmtcs 3 5/14/2018
NU 440 01 WEB Org. Behavior 3 5/14/2018
NU 440P 02 WEB Leadership Prac 2 6/18/2018
OT 399 01 MAIN OT Articulation 12 5/14/2018
PS 203 W1 WEB Amer Nat’l Govt 3 5/14/2018
PS 211 W2 WEB Comparative Pol 3 6/18/2018
PT 241 01 MAIN Clin Ed ll 2 5/7/2018
PT 251 01 MAIN Clin Ed lll 2 7/2/2018
PY 101 W1 WEB General Psych 3 5/14/2018
PY 102 W2 WEB Hum Grth & Dev 3 6/18/2018
RAD 202A 01 MAIN Rad Clinic III 2 5/14/2018
RAD 202A DB DRMC Rad Clinic III 2 5/14/2018
RAD 202B 02 MAIN Rad Clinic III 2 6/25/2018
RAD 202B DB DRMC Rad Clinic III 2 6/25/2018
RAD 220 01 MAIN Rad Sci & Proce 3 5/7/2018
RAD 220 DB DRMC Rad Sci & Proce 3 5/7/2018
RAD 499 01 MAIN Nuclear Med Art 12 5/14/2018
RS 206 W2 WEB World Religions 3 6/18/2018
RS 300 01 WEB Chr Hlth Cr Eth 3 5/14/2018
SO 120 W1 WEB Child in Family 3 5/14/2018

Complete Listing and Seats Open – Summer 2018 Course Offering Portal

Summer 2018 Subterms and Important Dates

  • Summer Session I On-Campus: May 14-June 26
  • Summer Session I Online: May 14-July 8
  • Summer Session II On-Campus: June 25-August 5
  • Summer Session II Online: June 18-August 12
  • Summer Session III: May 14-August 16

No classes will be held on Memorial Day (Monday, May 28) and Independence Day (Wednesday, July 4)

 

More Details

2018 Summer Academic Calendar

Registration has already begun   
No class – Memorial Day or Independence Day     

SUMMER SESSION ONE
May 14, 2018 – June 26, 2018
Term Begins May 14, 2018
Drop Period Ends May 17, 2018
Withdrawal Period Begins May 18, 2018
Withdrawal Period Ends June 15, 2018
Term Ends June 26, 2018

May 14, 2018 – July 8, 2018
Term Begins May 14, 2018
Drop Period Ends May 17, 2018
Withdrawal Period Begins May 18, 2018
Withdrawal Period Ends June 22, 2018
Term Ends July 8, 2018

 

SUMMER SESSION TWO
June 25, 2018 – August 5, 2018
Term Begins June 25, 2018
Drop Period Ends June 28, 2018
Withdrawal Period Begins June 29, 2018
Withdrawal Period Ends July 27, 2018
Term Ends August 5, 2018

June 18, 2018 – August 12, 2018
Term Begins June 18, 2018
Drop Period Ends June 21, 2018
Withdrawal Period Begins June 22, 2018
Withdrawal Period Ends July 27, 2018
Term Ends August 12, 2018

 

SUMMER SESSION THREE
May 14, 2018 – August 16, 2018
Term Begins May 14, 2018
Drop Period Ends May 17, 2018
Withdrawal Period Begins May 18, 2018
Withdrawal Period Ends July 27, 2018
Term Ends August 16, 2018

MAC Day Division Student Tuition and Fees

These are students who have been accepted and attend MAC through the main campus during the fall and spring semesters.

Tuition Costs and Fees

Per-credit Tuition (for part- and full-time students)

Education Enrichment (EE) courses $150 per credit
Level 100 and 200 courses (excluding clinical/practicum courses) $580 per credit
Level 300, 400, and Clinical/Practicum courses $800-$825 per credit

All clinical/practicum courses are considered advanced level courses

Fees

Laboratory Fee/Science Courses $75.00
ARRT Certification Exam Fee $200.00
Returned check $30.00

Payment Plans

Mount Aloysius College offers payment plans to qualified students. For information on these payment options, contact the Controller’s Office at 814-886-6368 or businessoffice@mtaloy.edu.

Policies

Course Cancellation Policy

The College may cancel a course due to insufficient enrollment. When a course is canceled, every effort is made to notify all registered students promptly. A refund is processed unless the student elects to transfer to another course or section.

Drop/Withdrawal Policy for Courses Taught on the Main Campus or at Off-Site Locations

Students must drop/withdraw from course(s) by the date listed below to avoid academic and/or financial penalties. It is imperative students notify the Registrar’s Office immediately to drop/withdraw from a course(s) (814) 886-6400 or registrar@mtaloy.edu.  An official drop/withdrawal form must be completed through the Registrar’s Office. Non-attendance does not constitute notice of drop/withdrawal.  Submitting the appropriate paperwork is the only way to prevent further charges and/or a failing grade in the course.

If this happens…
you will get this…
The course is canceled 100% tuition refund
Before the first class meeting 100% tuition refund
Prior to the second class meeting 95% tuition refund
Prior to the third class meeting 90% tuition refund
Prior to the fourth class meeting 50% tuition refund
After the fourth class meeting No tuition refund

Drop/Withdrawal Policy for Online Courses

The date an online class is scheduled to begin is considered the first day of class. Students have until 4:00pm on the fourth day after the class has started to drop the class from his/her schedule with no financial penalties. Beginning on day five the process is now a withdrawal and financial penalties will incur. The class will remain on the student’s transcript with a letter grade of “W”. Note:  If a student drops/withdraws from a class while receiving any form of financial aid, his/her financial aid may be impacted.  It is highly recommended students contact the Financial Aid Office (814) 886-6357 or email financialaid@mtaloy.edu first to understand the financial implications.

If this happens…
you will get this…
The course is canceled 100% tuition refund
Before Friday of the first week of class 100% tuition refund
Before Friday of the second week of class 95% tuition refund
Before Friday of the third week of class 90% tuition refund
Before Friday of the fourth week of class 50% tuition refund
After the Friday of the fourth week of class No tuition refund

MAC Continuing Education Student Tuition and Fees

These are students who have accepted through the office of graduate and continuing education admissions and attend courses as part of a cohort group.

Tuition Costs and Fees

Per-credit Tuition (for part- and full-time students)

Education Enrichment (EE) courses $150 per credit
Part-Time (11 credits or less) $580 per credit

Fees

Laboratory Fee/Science Courses $75.00
ARRT Certification Exam Fee $200.00
Returned check $30.00

Payment Plans

Mount Aloysius College offers payment plans to qualified students. For information on these payment options, contact the Controller’s Office at 814-886-6368 or businessoffice@mtaloy.edu.

Policies

Course Cancellation Policy

The College may cancel a course due to insufficient enrollment. When a course is canceled, every effort is made to notify all registered students promptly. A refund is processed unless the student elects to transfer to another course or section.

Drop/Withdrawal Policy for Courses Taught on the Main Campus or at Off-Site Locations

Students must drop/withdraw from course(s) by the date listed below to avoid academic and/or financial penalties. It is imperative students notify the Registrar’s Office immediately to drop/withdraw from a course(s) (814)886-6400 or registrar@mtaloy.edu.  An official drop/withdrawal form must be completed through the Registrar’s Office.  Non-attendance does not constitute notice of drop/withdrawal.  Submitting the appropriate paperwork is the only way to prevent further charges and/or a failing grade in the course.

If this happens… you will get this…
The course is canceled 100% tuition refund
Before the first class meeting 100% tuition refund
Prior to the second class meeting 95% tuition refund
Prior to the third class meeting 90% tuition refund
Prior to the fourth class meeting 50% tuition refund
After the fourth class meeting No tuition refund

Drop/Withdrawal Policy for Online Courses

The date an online class is scheduled to begin is considered the first day of class. Students have until 4:00pm on the fourth day after the class has started to drop the class from his/her schedule with no financial penalties. Beginning on day five the process is now a withdrawal and financial penalties will incur. The class will remain on the student’s transcript with a letter grade of “W”.

Note:  If a student drops/withdraws from a class while receiving any form of financial aid, his/her financial aid may be impacted.  It is highly recommended students contact the Financial Aid Office (814) 886-6357 or email financialaid@mtaloy.edu first to understand the financial implications.

If this happens…
you will get this…
The course is canceled 100% tuition refund
Before Friday of the first week of class 100% tuition refund
Before Friday of the second week of class 95% tuition refund
Before Friday of the third week of class 90% tuition refund
Before Friday of the fourth week of class 50% tuition refund
After the Friday of the fourth week of class No tuition refund

Visiting Students or High School Seniors Tuition and Fees

Visiting students and high school seniors will need to contact the Registrar’s Office at (814) 886-6400 or email registrar@mtaloy.edu to officially register for class(es).

Tuition Costs and Fees

Education Enrichment (EE) courses $150 per credit
Part-Time (11 credits or less) $580 per credit

Payment Plans

Mount Aloysius College offers payment plans to qualified students. For information on these payment options, contact the Controller’s Office at 814-886-6368 or businessoffice@mtaloy.edu.

Policies

Course Cancellation Policy

The College may cancel a course due to insufficient enrollment. When a course is canceled, every effort is made to notify all registered students promptly. A refund is processed unless the student elects to transfer to another course or section.

Drop/Withdrawal Policy for Courses Taught on the Main Campus or at Off-Site Locations

Students must drop/withdraw from course(s) by the date listed below to avoid academic and/or financial penalties. It is imperative students notify the Registrar’s Office immediately to drop/withdraw from a course(s) (814)886-6400 or registrar@mtaloy.edu.  An official drop/withdrawal form must be completed through the Registrar’s Office.  Non-attendance does not constitute notice of drop/withdrawal.  Submitting the appropriate paperwork is the only way to prevent further charges and/or a failing grade in the course.

If this happens… you will get this…
The course is canceled 100% tuition refund
Before the first class meeting 100% tuition refund
Prior to the second class meeting 95% tuition refund
Prior to the third class meeting 90% tuition refund
Prior to the fourth class meeting 50% tuition refund
After the fourth class meeting No tuition refund

Drop/Withdrawal Policy for Online Courses

The date an online class is scheduled to begin is considered the first day of class. Students have until 4:00pm on the fourth day after the class has started to drop the class from his/her schedule with no financial penalties. Beginning on day five the process is now a withdrawal and financial penalties will incur. The class will remain on the student’s transcript with a letter grade of “W”.

Note:  If a student drops/withdraws from a class while receiving any form of financial aid, his/her financial aid may be impacted.  It is highly recommended students contact the Financial Aid Office (814) 886-6357 or email financialaid@mtaloy.edu first to understand the financial implications.

If this happens…
you will get this…
The course is canceled 100% tuition refund
Before Friday of the first week of class 100% tuition refund
Before Friday of the second week of class 95% tuition refund
Before Friday of the third week of class 90% tuition refund
Before Friday of the fourth week of class 50% tuition refund
After the Friday of the fourth week of class No tuition refund

MAC Graduate Student Tuition and Fees

These are students who have been accepted through the office of graduate and continuing education admissions into one of the graduate programs.

Tuition Costs and Fees

Per-credit Tuition (for part- and full-time students)

Community Counseling, MBA $790 per credit

Fees

Returned check $ 30.00
Community Counseling 685 Practicum $ 100.00

Payment Plans

Mount Aloysius College offers payment plans to qualified students. For information on these payment options, contact the Controller’s Office at 814-886-6368 or businessoffice@mtaloy.edu.

Policies

Course Cancellation Policy

The College may cancel a course due to insufficient enrollment. When a course is canceled, every effort is made to notify all registered students promptly. A refund is processed unless the student elects to transfer to another course or section.

Drop/Withdrawal Policy for Courses Taught on the Main Campus or at Off-Site Locations

Students must drop/withdraw from course(s) by the date listed below to avoid academic and/or financial penalties. It is imperative students notify the Registrar’s Office immediately to drop/withdraw from a course(s) (814)886-6400 or registrar@mtaloy.edu.  An official drop/withdrawal form must be completed through the Registrar’s Office.  Non-attendance does not constitute notice of drop/withdrawal.  Submitting the appropriate paperwork is the only way to prevent further charges and/or a failing grade in the course.

If this happens…
you will get this…
The course is canceled 100% tuition refund
Before the first class meeting 100% tuition refund
Prior to the second class meeting 95% tuition refund
Prior to the third class meeting 90% tuition refund
Prior to the fourth class meeting 50% tuition refund
After the fourth class meeting No tuition refund

Drop/Withdrawal Policy for Online Courses

The date an online class is scheduled to begin is considered the first day of class. Students have until 4:00pm on the fourth day after the class has started to drop the class from his/her schedule with no financial penalties. Beginning on day five the process is now a withdrawal and financial penalties will incur. The class will remain on the student’s transcript with a letter grade of “W”.

Note:  If a student drops/withdraws from a class while receiving any form of financial aid, his/her financial aid may be impacted.  It is highly recommended students contact the Financial Aid Office (814) 886-6357 or email financialaid@mtaloy.edu first to understand the financial implications.

If this happens…
you will get this…
The course is canceled 100% tuition refund
Before Friday of the first week of class 100% tuition refund
Before Friday of the second week of class 95% tuition refund
Before Friday of the third week of class 90% tuition refund
Before Friday of the fourth week of class 50% tuition refund
After the Friday of the fourth week of class No tuition refund

Financial Aid

Financial Aid Opportunities

Students may be eligible for financial aid for the summer depending on their enrollment status, eligibility and the availability of financial aid funds. Students not making academic progress are not eligible for summer financial aid. Mount Aloysius College offers the following sources of financial aid for summer:

  • Federal Pell Grant
  • Federal Work-Study (summer courses cannot be paid for through federal work study)
  • Federal Direct Stafford Loans
  • Federal Direct PLUS Loans
  • Alternative Loans

Before a determination can be made regarding aid eligibility students must:

  • Complete the current year and upcoming year Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) at www.fafsa.gov
  • Be accepted into a degree program at Mount Aloysius and enrolled for at least 6 credits

To get a Federal Direct Stafford Loan, student must:

  • Have a Master Promissory Note (MPN) on file at the Department of Education at www.studentloans.gov
  • Have Entrance Counseling on file with the Department of Education at www.studentloans.gov
  • Be enrolled for at least 6 credits
  • Complete a “Summer Loan Request” form at the Financial Aid Office

Note: The amount borrowed for the Summer Session takes away from the total amount that can be borrowed for the upcoming Fall/Spring semesters.  Feel free to contact the financial aid office for more information at 814-886-6357 or financialaid@mtaloy.edu.

For a parent to borrow a Federal Direct PLUS Loan on behalf of the student, the parent must:

  • Complete a PLUS Loan Pre-qualification Form Have a PLUS Loan Master Promissory Note on file if approved by the Department Of Education for the loan
  • Remember the student must be enrolled for at least 6 credits during the summer
  • Complete a “Summer Loan Request” form at the Financial Aid Office

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