July 15, 2011
Mount Saint Mary College will hold a special transfer student
information session on July 27 from 4 to 7 p.m. in Curtin Memorial
Library, on the campus at 330 Powell Avenue, Newburgh, N.Y.
The event is for college transfer and graduate students, and
adults returning to school.
The evening is also a “last call” for prospective first-time
freshmen to start college this year.
Admissions counselors will provide information about the Mount’s
strong undergraduate programs for the health professions,
education, business, human services and liberal arts.
Academic credits and official transcripts will be evaluated.
Financial aid counselors will explain the process making the
Mount a very affordable choice for its 2,700 men and women.
Offering the most economical tuition in the Hudson Valley, the
Mount's Accelerated Adult Degree Program, provides students 24 and
over with the flexibility of evening/weekend schedules.
Adults can earn degrees in accounting, business, nursing,
history, human services, psychology, social sciences and an
interdisciplinary BA in education, with hybrid online programs in
business and nursing.
The hybrid online business and nursing programs blend the best
of traditional classroom instruction with the convenience of online
Due to the rigorous nature of the nationally accredited nursing
program at the Mount, nursing courses from other institutions are
Mount Saint Mary College also offers three master’s degrees:
MBA, MS in education and MS in nursing.
To facilitate the transfer of credits, Mount Saint Mary College
has special agreements with community colleges in Orange, Dutchess,
Westchester, Rockland, Sullivan and Ulster counties, as well as
graduate schools: most recently arranged, a joint degree program
between Mount Saint Mary College and Fordham University in social
work. Students completing this program will receive a BA degree in
human services from the Mount and an MSW from Fordham.
Mount Saint Mary College overlooks the Hudson River Valley 60
miles north of New York City. To learn more, visit www.msmc.edu
For more information about undergraduate transfers, call
845-569-3488 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Adults and graduate
students, call 845-569-3225 or e-mail email@example.com