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Mount Aloysius College is a small, private liberal arts college sponsored by the Catholic Religious Sisters of Mercy, offering both undergraduate and graduate education.
It’s situated in the Laurel Highlands, in the heart of Pennsylvania’s southern Allegheny Mountains. The 193-acre campus is surrounded by mountains, streams, forests and lakes, and offers students countless recreational activities.
The College offers more than 70 academic programs at undergraduate and graduate level in areas including health sciences and nursing, humanities, education, social sciences, natural and applied sciences, business administration and pre-professional study.
Mount Aloysius College participates in the NCAA Division III, and students are able to compete in 15 different sports including baseball, softball, basketball, golf, and tennis.
An 11:1 student to teacher ratio ensures students’ learning is personalized
99% job placement in certain health majors
The College is committed to providing small class sizes and students benefit from accessible faculty and staff. Mount Aloysius students are diverse, but committed to the same core values: mercy, service, justice, and hospitality.
There are plenty of opportunities to get involved on campus, with numerous clubs and organizations, honor societies and outdoor activities to help international students integrate with college life.
The College’s Student Success and Advising Office is committed to combining education for life with preparation for professional excellence. This office closely monitors students’ academic performance to ensure they’re achieving academic goals.
The closeness of our campus community makes it a great place to learn and take the next steps in life and careers. We are very career-oriented and I think the individual attention students receive shows in their success later in life.
The individuality and attention we give our students especially on the international side is one of the best things about Mount Aloysius College. We have a strong and robust group of international students that you don't find everywhere.
Mount Aloysius offers a range of facilities for international students including career services, tutoring, and counseling - all free for the students to take advantage of. We also help with transportation and getting everything they need to be successful.
There's a wide variety of career prospects for our graduates due to all of the majors that we offer. Students are well-rounded individuals when they leave this special place.
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Mount Aloysius College is a small, private, accessible, and affordable liberal arts college sponsored by the Catholic Religious Sisters of Mercy.
More than 94 percent of students receive scholarships and financial assistance. Mount Aloysius continues to be the most affordable private college in the region, and in the northern United States (Top five percent) according to the US News and World Report.
Case by case basis. Graduate students have to apply for assistantships, most can get full tuition and stipend.
Mount Aloysius College
7373 Admiral Peary Hwy, Cresson, PA 16630, USA
Mount Aloysius College is located in scenic Cresson, Pennsylvania. The college sits on top of Cresson Mountain. Mount Aloysius College is nestled in the Allegheny Mountains, between Altoona and Johnstown
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