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Coffee & Conversation (Zoom) (1 entry)

Watch the Mount Aloysius College Instagram Stories on this date to submit a photo of you participating in this event. If you do not want your image published but wish to be involved in the contest, you can email it to marketing@mtaloy.edu. 1 entry into contest (current students)

2020-11-24T15:38:57-05:00January 21st, 2021||

Book Study – I Heard God Laugh… (1 entry)

Participate in the book club for entry into the Winter Break Sweepstakes. Read the book I Heard God Laugh: A Practical Guide to Life's Essential Daily Habit and discuss with the group. Contact Amy Kanich for information on how to participate. 1 entry into contest (current students)

2020-11-24T15:33:41-05:00January 20th, 2021||

Medication Calculation Exam Preparation with Anne Volk (no entry)

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.  

2020-11-24T14:02:45-05:00January 20th, 2021||

Medication Calculation Exam Preparation with Anne Volk (no entry)

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.  

2020-11-24T14:02:44-05:00January 19th, 2021||

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