How do I get to the Mount?
Mount Saint Mary College is located at 330 Powell Avenue in
Newburgh, NY, overlooking the Hudson River, minutes from I-84 and
the Newburgh-Beacon Bridge, Stewart International Airport, the
Beacon Train Station and the Newburgh Bus Station. View our Directions page.
Where should I park?
Employers will be able to unload their cars in front of the
Kaplan Athletic Center and will then be directed by Mount security
officers to parking.
Is lunch provided?
The registration fee includes lunch for two. Additional lunches
may be purchased for $15 per person. Mount Saint Mary College
Honors Students will join employers for lunch beginning at 12 noon
in the Kaplan Athletic Center.
What time is the Employment Fair?
The Employment Fair schedule is as follows:
- 11:30 am: Set-up
- 12 pm: Lunch with Honors Students and Welcome
- 1–4 pm: Fair opens to students
How can my organization register to attend?
online now! The registration fee is $100 and includes
lunch for two, a table and two chairs.
Where do Mount students come from?
The Mount's students come from all over the tri-state area:
Long Island, Queens, Brooklyn, Staten Island, Manhattan,
Connecticut, New Jersey, and of course, from all over the Hudson
Valley and upstate New York.
What is the Career Center fax number?
The Career Center fax number is 845-569-3535.
Whom should I contact with questions?
If you have questions, please contact Kathleen O'Keefe at
845-569-3180, or email firstname.lastname@example.org
; or contact Ellen Bourhis Nolan at 845-569-3116, or
Where can I find general information on MSMC?
Mount Saint Mary College is a private, Catholic, four-year
liberal arts college founded by the Sisters of Saint Dominic of
Newburgh in 1959. The Mount is committed to providing an education
rich in the liberal arts and grounded in the strong Judeo-Christian
traditions upon which it was founded. Our student body is comprised
of 2,700+ students representing over 16 states and several
Our students study in a variety of fields, including
accounting/finance, business, communications, media arts,
criminology/sociology, education, foreign languages, history,
political science, information technology, liberal arts, marketing,
public relations, mathematics, natural sciences, nursing/health
care, pre-professional programs, psychology and human services.
For more information, please contact:
Kathleen O'Keefe, Associate Director of the Career
Ellen Bourhis Nolan, Director, Career