Graduate Programs

Student Support

The Mount's campus is active well into the evening. Most graduate and adult accelerated degree classes are scheduled in the evening or on the weekends, and our campus is always welcoming, well-lit, and accessible.

Take advantage of the same services available to undergraduate students, such as the Kaplan Recreation Center or the Career Center.

Come visit the beautiful Kaplan Family Mathematics, Science, and Technology Center atrium. You can study, read the paper, watch the news in the lounge, meet with classmates or professors, or just relax between work and class. Stop by the Jazzman Cafe just off the atrium and enjoy a light meal, gourmet-style baked treats, superb coffees and specialty brewed drinks.

There are also several resource rooms and facilities for each program that allow you to study and research when not in class. 

The Kaplan Family Mathematics, Science, and Technology Center. Located in Aquinas Hall, the center features modern nursing laboratories and learning spaces and smart classrooms. 

Kaplan Recreation Center. The Kaplan Recreation Center is available for recreational and intramural activities as well as intercollegiate sports.The facility accommodates NCAA-rated basketball and volleyball courts, an Olympic-size swimming pool, a 19,000 foot gymnasium with an elevated running track, a cardio fitness room, a weight room, an aerobics/dance room, and training facilities. Classes in yoga, Pilates, dance, and aerobics are offered on a regular basis.

The Career Center provides opportunities through counseling, career assessment and workshops. Resource materials in the Career Resource Library are available to students. Career and employment listings are maintained in the office for review. A career development email list that you can join will keep you abreast of employment opportunities and career-related events. The Career Center is open on Wednesday evenings until 7 pm for your convenience. 

MBA Resource Room. This center provides graduate business students with work space and computer facilities.

Campus Ministry. The college offers students opportunities to develop their own religious values through services, lectures, discussions, workshops and service to others.

Campus Store. The campus store is open until 8:30 pm, and sells books, supplies, food, coffee, electronics, sweatshirts, and other Mount paraphernalia.

Counseling. The Counseling Center offers counseling to students experiencing personal problems that may be affecting their ability to succeed academically.

Curriculum Library and Design Center. This center supports the Division of Education by providing students with print and multimedia resources. Online access to book and media collections, online journal articles, electronic books, and links to websites are provided through the center's website.

Curtin Memorial Library. Curtin Memorial library is a tri-level wing at the southern end of Aquinas Hall with holdings of over 100,000 volumes. The library subscribes to more than 1,100 journals and periodicals, many of which are available in microform format. Holdings are added at the request of the faculty. Further access to information is facilitated through computerized database searches.

Bishop Dunn Memorial School. Bishop Dunn Memorial School is an elementary school on campus where education students participate in observing and teaching. Individually guided programs, in pre-kindergarten, primary and middle levels, are conducted here, as are classes for children with learning and career-related events.

Parking. Students must register their cars and get a parking permit through the Security Office in Hudson Hall upon matriculation.

Safety and Security. Mount Saint Mary College is committed to providing a safe campus for the college community. The Office of Safety and Security provides all students and employees with a Campus Security pamphlet that outlines campus security and safety services and policies, available in the Safety and Security office in Hudson Hall. 

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