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NSO Haunted Hallway Tonight from 6-9 PM from Samuel Clinger Shelley A CampbellShow MyInfo popup for Shelley A Campbell 10/18/2019 1:40:14 PM

 NSO Haunted Hallway tonight from 6-9 PM. It is open to friends/family, and will be held on the third floor of the Main Administration Building. Please see flyer on bulletin board.

Survivor: MAC Edition from Sarah Klawinski Linda A LeaheyShow MyInfo popup for Linda A Leahey 10/17/2019 2:47:23 PM
 
Do you have what it takes to Outwit, Outplay, and Outlast your fellow Mounties? Then sign up for Survivor: MAC Edition! MAC's Program of the Year since 2017 will kick off its 12th season on Monday, October 28. The first-place prize is a $50 Sheetz card. Students will compete in relay race style challenges (no skill level needed), find hidden advantages on campus, and eliminate other players just like the CBS reality show. Faculty and staff are also welcome to play! Players must be free all of the following Monday nights at 9:00 pm in order to play:
 
October 28
November 4
November 11
November 18
November 25
 
For questions or to sign up, contact Jordan Terry at j_tst2@student.mtaloy.edu or Cross Country Coach Ryan Knee at rknee@mtaloy.edu . Check out our link below to get more of an idea about our award-winning program!
 
 
 
Campus Wide Emergency Drill from William Trexler Linda A LeaheyShow MyInfo popup for Linda A Leahey 10/17/2019 8:53:30 AM

CIS Study Abroad Representative on Campus from Dr. Chris Lovett Linda A LeaheyShow MyInfo popup for Linda A Leahey 10/16/2019 11:44:02 AM

 

A representative from CIS - Study Abroad will be on campus on Thursday, October 17, 2019  from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. in the Cosgrave Lobby.  She will be able to answer your questions about semester and  summer study. 

 

To study abroad for a semester or year-long program, you are required to:

 

· Have a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.70 (Please note: academic requirements and standards may vary for individual universities abroad)

 

· Have completed your sophomore year, have junior standing and have declared a major

 

· Have met all application and deposit deadlines issued by CIS Abroad.

 

Short-term and summer programs are open to all students in good standing, freshmen through seniors.

Mountie Maniac T-Shirts from Andy Clouse Linda A LeaheyShow MyInfo popup for Linda A Leahey 10/16/2019 10:03:39 AM
 
Mountie Maniac T-Shirts
 
The MGMT 352 Sport Sponsorship & Fundraising class recently completed a Mountie Maniac T-shirt project. The winning design is now being sold to the campus community, friends, and family in preparation for the upcoming Men's and Women's Basketball Seasons.  All proceeds are being donated to a charity chosen by the winning group.  
 
It is the classic white shirt since we wear white uniforms at home.
On the front of the shirt, you will see Victory from the ACWC or as nicknamed "AC-DUB."
On the back is the number 6, for the Sixth Man our student section is known as, along with MANIAC and the Athletics Logo.
 
The students from this class will be selling these T-shirts over the next few weeks.  T-shirts are $10.00 and are currently being sold in advance.  Students will be around or you can also contact Andy Clouse  -aclouse@mtaloy.edu to order.
 
An order form is located on the MAC Bulletin Board 
 
 
 
 
Delta Epsilon Sigma Writing Contest for 2019 from Dr. Fran Rohlf Linda A LeaheyShow MyInfo popup for Linda A Leahey 10/16/2019 10:00:00 AM
 
Delta Epsilon Sigma Writing Contest for 2019
 
All undergraduates at Mount Aloysius College (members and non-members of DES) are eligible to enter the DES Writing Contest.  There are $500 first and $250 second prizes in each of 5 writing categories (Poetry, Short Fiction, Creative Nonfiction/Personal Essay, Critical/Analytical Essay and Scholarly Research). The due date is November 15, 2019. For more information about the writing contest, please go to: http://deltaepsilonsigma.org/forms/ or write to Fran Rohlf, (frohlf@mtaloy.edu), Delta Chi Chapter Advisor of DES. A flyer with additional information is also posted on the MAC Bulletin Board.
 
Tricky Interview Questions: What They Really Want to Know from Kim Washington Linda A LeaheyShow MyInfo popup for Linda A Leahey 10/11/2019 2:54:55 PM

 

Thursday, Oct. 17, at 3:30 in Admin 233

“If you were an animal, what would you be?” “Tell us about your biggest disappointment.” “Tell us about a colleague you disagreed with.” These are tricky interview questions, and what do employers really want to know when they ask you these questions in an interview? This session will focus on how to answer these by focusing on a student’s strengths, along with questions to be aware of that students should never answer. Students will be presented with a list of challenging interview questions to take home. 

 

Tea Cup donations needed from Mission & Ministry Brianna Baker Linda A LeaheyShow MyInfo popup for Linda A Leahey 10/11/2019 10:02:16 AM

 

In the Mercy tradition of a “Comfortable Cup of Tea” Mission and Ministry will be giving tea cups to the December graduates as a gift from the college community.

If you would like to donate tea cups with saucers and be a part of this special tradition, please drop them off at Amy Kanich or Brianna Baker’s office.

 

 

New Course for Spring 2020 from Kim Washington Linda A LeaheyShow MyInfo popup for Linda A Leahey 10/10/2019 9:55:00 AM

 

Seniors, Juniors, and Graduating Sophomores:

Enroll in a new course for Spring 2020.

LIBA 181   Career Development Strategies

The focus will be on resumes, cover letters, interviews, job searches, networking, and preparing for transition to your career.

 

PINK OUT SHIRTS STILL AVAILABLE! from Ann Booterbaugh-Wellness Committee Chair Linda A LeaheyShow MyInfo popup for Linda A Leahey 10/10/2019 9:25:31 AM
 
We have a few pink out t-shirts still available for sale in the Business Office.  They will be on a first come, first serve basis.  They are $10.00 each.  Grab them before they are gone!
 
2020-2021 FAFSA Reminder from Tina Tanzi Linda A LeaheyShow MyInfo popup for Linda A Leahey 10/9/2019 8:50:11 AM

Halloween Fun & FAFSA Awareness! from Linda Gaston Linda A LeaheyShow MyInfo popup for Linda A Leahey 10/7/2019 10:00:00 AM

 

To All College Community,

Whether you are ghoulish or glam or wear a mask the Mount Aloysius College community is invited to dress up for Halloween on Tuesday, October 29th.  This includes all students, faculty and staff.    Start your planning now for a haunting good time of celebrating Halloween.   This event is in collaboration and support of the Financial Aid Office with FAFSA Awareness Day!

 

 

Halloween Door Decorating Contest from Sarah Klawinski Linda A LeaheyShow MyInfo popup for Linda A Leahey 10/3/2019 10:00:57 AM
 
Halloween Door Decorating Contest

In the spirit of Halloween, we will be having our second annual Halloween Door Decorating Contest! Employees and students may decorate office and residence hall doors and compete for a prize at the end of the month! In the spirit of good fun, please be sure to make your door "kid friendly" as children may be walking by during Safe Trick or Treat!

 

Safe Trick or Treat Volunteers Wanted! from Sarah Klawinski Linda A LeaheyShow MyInfo popup for Linda A Leahey 10/3/2019 10:00:02 AM
 
Safe Trick or Treat Volunteers Wanted!
 
Safe Trick or Treat is scheduled for 5pm on Thursday, October 31st.  Students and employees are invited to volunteer as escorts for families on campus for the evening or to distribute treats (wrapped candy, snacks, or small non-food items) during Safe Trick or Treat! Email Student Engagement Graduate Assistant Becca LaBar at balst6@student.mtaloy.edu to sign up!
 
 
Attention Students: Winter, Spring, and Summer 2020 Course Schedules Now Available from Dr. Chris Lovett Linda A LeaheyShow MyInfo popup for Linda A Leahey 10/3/2019 9:59:10 AM

 

Attention Students

The schedules for the winter, spring, and summer 2020 terms has been published on MyMAC.   Please refer to the Announcements on the Registrar’s tab on MyMAC for all information regarding registration for these terms.  The registration schedule is also available on this tab.

Sincerely,

The Registrar’s Office