Mount receives $500,000 grant for campus improvements

December 21, 2017

Mount Saint Mary College received a grant for $500,000 from Empire State Development to continue ongoing campus renovation projects. 

Plans include the expansion of facilities for the college’s School of Business and School of Nursing, improvements to the Aquinas Hall Theatre, renovations to dormitory space for veterans, and improved handicap accessibility to Aquinas Hall.

Mount Saint Mary College President Dr. David Kennett congratulated all involved in securing the grant, including Joseph Valenti, vice president of Advancement; James M. Raimo, vice president for Auxiliary Services; Maryann Pilon, executive director of Facilities and liaison for Strategic Space Planning; Carolyn Quoma, director of Research and Grants; and Ryan Williams, director of Institutional Research.

“These capital improvements will greatly aid us in strengthening important programs,” said Dr. Kennett.