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Faculty & Staff - Reminder: Farewell Reception for Heather Low Linda A Leahey 12/7/2017 9:01:02 AM
 
Reminder:  Farewell Reception for Heather Low
 
Faculty and Staff are invited to a Farewell Reception for Heather Low today at 3:30-5:00 PM in the Wolf-Kuhn Gallery. 
 
Memorial Mass for Carl Teeter from Campus Ministry Ryan Beiswenger Linda A Leahey 12/5/2017 2:14:34 PM

 

There will be a memorial mass held this Thursday, 12/7 at noon in Our Lady of Mercy Chapel in remembrance of Coach Carl Teeter.  All are welcome.

 
Retirement Reception: Save the Date from President Foley and Tonia Gordon Linda A Leahey 12/4/2017 9:54:31 AM
Dear Faculty & Staff,
 
We will hold a Retirement Reception on Tuesday, December 12th from 3:30 - 4:30 p.m. in Wolf Kuhn in honor of our friends and colleagues who will retire in December and January:
 
 
Dr. Tom Coakley, Professor, English & Fine Arts | 25 years of service
 
Karen Castognola, Professional Tutor | 16 years of service
 
Tom Decker, Special Police Officer | Campus Police & Safety | 11 years of service
 
Richard Riner, Lead Maintenance Technician | Physical Plant | 20 years of service
 
 
Light refreshments will be served.  We look forward to hosting this event to celebrate the service of our Retirees to the College and our students.
Big Study Night Thank You! from Dr. Theresa Spanella Linda A Leahey 12/1/2017 2:23:41 PM
 
Big Study Night Thank You!
Thanks to the 252 students who made their way to the Library last night to prepare for their final exams at our Study Night. These students were greeted by 47 Peer Tutors, Group Study Leaders, and SI Leaders and all three Professional Tutors. Special thanks, too, to the faculty who gave up their evenings to meet with students (Dr. Elizabeth Mansley, Ms. AnaLu MacVean, Dr. Brittany Anderson, Dr. Danny Anderson, Dr. Penny O'Connor, Mr. Pat Griffiths, Ms. Samantha Smeltzer, Ms. Tara Benko, Ms. Christina Schilling, Dr. Crystal Goldyn, Dr. Laura Michaels, and Dr. Marilyn Roseman). A huge thank you also goes to the entire Library staff, to Ms. Heather Low and Ms. Jenna Weyandt, to Graduate Assistants Aaron McGuire and Brittany Mazur, and to Learning Commons work study Rachael Moreland for their help in preparing for the event. Good luck with your finals, Mounties, and thanks for making Study Night so fun!
 
Sale at the Bookstore from Chris Clinton Linda A Leahey 11/29/2017 9:56:29 AM
 
Ugly Christmas Sweater
Sale at the Bookstore
December 1st - 8th

Play Reindeer Games to get 35% - 45% off your clothing and gift item total and an additional discount on the 50% off rack. Find a reindeer and win a prize!

If you wear an ugly Christmas Sweater, you automatically get 45% off clothing and gift items and the 50% off rack will be 75% off!
 
Don't forget to return your rental books!
Buyback is December 1st - 11th
 
 
Door decorating winners from mission staff Brianna Baker and Allen Mussleman Linda A Leahey 11/20/2017 1:37:02 PM

On behalf of Mission Integration, we want to say thank you to everyone who participated in this year's door decorating contest!!

Below are the list of awards and the winners to each award:
Most Ironic- Controller's Office
Mercy Spirit- Sean Steffy
Most Clever- Andrea Gutmann
Visually Stunning- Payroll Office
Most Interactive- Health and Counseling Services
Best Theme- Support Center
Most Detailed Oriented- John Mills/Carol Eberhart
3D Effect- Admissions Office
Virtual Impact- Financial Aid
Smoothest Finest- Library
Santa's Little Helpers Award- Shelley Campbell
Originality Award- Linda Leahey
Best Collaborative Design- Student Affairs
Most Unique- Campus Police (Cosgrave)
Best Craftsmanship Award- Registrar's Offices
and the GRAND CHAMPION and the FREE LUNCHEON of this year's door decorating contest goes to.....
Student Success and Advising!!!
Thank you again for participating in the contest and spreading Christmas cheer throughout the campus!!

Coats for Mounties from Mercy Center Brianna Baker and Allen Mussleman Linda A Leahey 11/15/2017 9:15:10 AM
 
Do you have any new or gently used coats that you no longer need? 
Do you know of someone who needs a warm coat?
You can help!
Donate your coats to the Coats for Kindness Project in Main 116.
Other items accepted include hats, gloves and scarves. 
Questions? Email Brianna Baker at bbaker@mtaloy.edu
 
Glass Slipper Project Donations Requested! from Mary Shuttlesworth Linda A Leahey 11/14/2017 9:32:47 AM

 

 

The Social Science Students' Organization (SSSO) is partnering with the Glass Slipper Project, a program of the United Way of Blair County, to collect new and gently-worn prom, special-occasion, and bridesmaid gowns. Collected gowns are then distributed to Blair County high school students who may not otherwise be able to afford a prom gown. Approximately 50% of the county’s high school students are economically disadvantaged; therefore, donations of gowns and formal accessories are greatly needed.

Donations (dresses, jewelry, purses, shoes, etc.) can be dropped off in Dr. Mary Shuttlesworth's office (Academic Hall, 105) until March 3, 2018. 

Thank you!

 

2018-2019 FAFSA Reminder from Tina Tanzi Linda A Leahey 11/9/2017 6:55:12 AM

2018-2019 FAFSA Reminder

 

Did you know it’s time to file the FAFSA for the 2018-2019 academic year?  All students must reapply for all financial aid resources each academic year.  This includes grants, scholarships, loans, tuition remission, and the federal work-study program. 

 

The FAFSA must be filed online at www.fafsa.gov.  You and your parent (if applicable) will need an FSA ID in order to sign the FAFSA electronically. You also need your completed 2016 Federal Tax Return to complete the FAFSA.  To complete the tax section on FAFSA, we highly recommend using the IRS Data Retrieval Tool.  This allows you to transfer your IRS Data directly into the FAFSA. 

 

Please stop by the Financial Aid Office as soon as possible if you need assistance completing the 2018-2019 FAFSA.  Many of the financial aid resources are awarded on a first come, first serve basis.  MAC prefers you to file your FAFSA by April 1, 2018

 

If you are graduating in May and are considering returning for 2018-2019, you should complete your FAFSA so that you do not miss the May 1st State Grant deadline. 

 

**Need an Incentive**

File your 2018-2019 FAFSA online by April 1, 2018 and you will be automatically entered into a drawing for a $1000 Tuition Scholarship for the year!  You must be a full time student to be awarded the $1000 Tuition Scholarship.

 

Additional Scholarships opportunities are posted on a bulletin board outside the Financial Aid Office. We encourage you to look at this several times a month for additional ways to apply for free money.

  

Best wishes for a successful semester,

The Financial Aid Office

Summer 2018 Schedule and Registration Announcement from Dr. Lovett Linda A Leahey 10/31/2017 3:00:00 PM

 

The summer 2018 schedule is now available on MyMAC. A change this year will allow you to schedule your summer courses starting on November 3, 2017 at 12:00 a.m.  You do not need to have your academic advisor clear you for summer registration.  

 

Please note that summer registration will be open to all students this Friday, regardless of your spring 2018 registration date.  However, you must still have prerequisites courses completed or in progress to schedule some courses. You will not be billed for your summer courses until March 2018.

 

We hope this change will make it easier to plan both your spring and summer schedules in a timelier manner.

 

Sincerely,

 

Dr. Lovett

 

Weekly mass schedule from Mission Integration Chris Koren and Campus Ministry Department Staff Linda A Leahey 9/8/2017 9:00:00 AM
 
The celebration of the Catholic Liturgy will be held weekly in our College's Our Lady of Mercy Chapel ( Administration building.)   
Mass will be celebrated every Monday @ 11:30 am and Thursday @ 12:00 noon.   
Mass intentions are available for request, email campusministry@mtaloy.edu for specific dates for personal Mass intentions.   
All are welcome!