Virtual Admissions – An Online Experience2020-03-27T07:54:15-04:00

Virtual Admissions – Connecting from Home

Virtual Admissions

Can’t visit our campus? We’ll come to you!

COVID-19 has shutdown our campus, sent our Mounties home for the semester, and forced us to cancel some of our major events.

That’s not going to stop us from helping you with your decision to attend Mount Aloysius College.

Browse this page for all kinds of virtual goodies, or explore the menu to jump to a certain area.

Video Message from MAC’s President

The 5 Minute 360° Tour

On mobile? Press the title of the video to jump over to the YouTube app for the 360 degree experience.

Watch this 5 minute tour of the Mount Aloysius Campus

FAQ

In response to Gov. Wolf’s two-week, statewide shutdown, all the offices on campus are currently closed for outside visitors.

We’ve built the form at the bottom of this page to help you connect with anyone on campus. Please fill it out and we will help you with whatever next steps you need to take.

Also, feel free to email admissions@mtaloy.edu at anytime with any questions.

In response to Gov. Wolf’s two-week, statewide shutdown, all the offices on campus are currently closed for outside visitors. We’ve designed a short 5 minute tour which can be viewed above on this page.

We’ve also built the form at the bottom of this page to help you connect with anyone on campus. Please fill it out and we will help you with whatever next steps you need to take.

Also, feel free to email admissions@mtaloy.edu at anytime with any questions.

As we continue to navigate the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, we want you to know we are thinking about you during this time.

Mount Aloysius College wants to help support our future students impacted by the outbreak. We understand that making your college decision is never easy regardless of what is going on around you. This difficult time makes your decision even more complex. We want you to know we will remain flexible and continue to work with you.

We are now extending your deposit date to June 1, 2020 in light of the Coronavirus outbreak.

Please be assured that your health and safety is important to us and we are here to help you as you work through the decision making
process for Mount Aloysius College.

Andrew D. Clouse
Director of Freshmen Admissions

In response to Gov. Wolf’s two-week, statewide shutdown, we have had to cancel or postpone all admissions events.

We’re adding a number of online info sessions to help with certain important admissions topics. We’ve also built the form at the bottom of this page to help you connect with anyone on campus. Please fill it out and we will help you with whatever next steps you need to take.

Also, feel free to email admissions@mtaloy.edu at anytime with any questions.

Students Walking on Campus

Stay Tuned for a Schedule of Online Information Sessions

In the next week, we will be scheduling a series of video conference information sessions on a number of topics that are important to future Mounties and parents such as commuting, residence life, student life, athletics, financial aid, and more.

If you want to receive notice about these sessions, please email admissions@mtaloy.edu or check back soon! 

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Admissions Office

Main Administration Building
7373 Admiral Peary Highway
Cresson, PA 16630

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