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College Closure and Delay Policy

To receive cancellation or delay notice via text or email please register with our MAC Alert system. 

The College is committed to keeping campus safe and operational during inclement weather. During periods when severe weather is forecasted Mount Aloysius College officials are in regular contact with weather specialists and county and regional departments. 

The College’s policy is to remain open, if possible, for those students who can attend class during inclement weather.  However it is understood that our commuting students come from varied distances and in many cases varied climates.   It is therefore, also the policy of the College to treat student and employee tardiness or absences liberally on inclement weather days. Faculty, staff and students are encouraged to use their own judgment in deciding whether or not road conditions are safe enough for travel in the area and at the time they are commuting to class, clinical or student teaching.  

Faculty understands that students may have to use their own discretion on challenging weather days. In such cases, students need to contact their faculty members (preferably in advance of the scheduled class) indicating that they have special weather-related circumstances that prevent their attendance.  It is the student’s responsibility to understand the class requirement and policies as they relate to missed classes and to ensure makeup classes, clinical and/or assignments are completed.  

In the past, Mount Aloysius College has closed Main campus and not a satellite campus such as Dubois.  This practice is no longer active.  When Mount Aloysius College closes or delays the Main campus, all other campuses are also closed or delayed for MAC students, including clinical sites.  Closures and delays apply to all undergraduate and graduate classes.  Please refer to the Compressed Class Schedule for class times in the event of a delay. 

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Student Account Technology Information
Need your student account information? Watch this video. (Viewed: 5644 times)
NEW STUDENTS - Short video shows how to access your student accounts for email, Blackboard and MyMAC portal.  New accounts will be made a couple weeks prior to the start of the semester.
MAC IT Computer Account Information (Viewed: 47340 times)

NEW STUDENTS - Use this page to find your computer login account information.  After you have your information see below MAC Student Account/Computer Information and MAC Online Registration Directions

You can also get your MyMac on any Apple or Android device.  Search the app store or android play store for "myMac Mobile" 

External Links

Following these links will redirect you away from the MAC web site and to a third party resource.

MAC Master Calendar (Viewed: 18363 times)

College Master Calendar

MAC ALERT SYSTEM (Viewed: 19573 times)

Check the Help tab for information and directions to subscribe to MAC Text Alert.(You must be logged in.)

ETHICS HOTLINE (Viewed: 6264 times)
The Ethics Hotline may be accessed 24 hours per day, 365 days per year by calling toll free to 877-310-0415 or via the web at .
This system is an additional mechanism for reporting serious ethical issues, fraud or suspected illegal activity and unsafe or potentially dangerous conduct to College Administrators for investigation and proper handling.  Faculty, Staff and Students are encouraged to report issues or concerns to their supervisor or other College official when possible. However, the Ethics Hotline is intended to augment our internal reporting system when an individual is not comfortable using other reporting mechanisms and/or wishes to remain anonymous. This System is not a 911 service and situations involving imminent danger should be reported to Campus Security or the local authorities.


Submitting an ESR (Viewed: 203 times)

Watch video to learn how to submit an Early Student Referral

ESR Followup Assignments (Viewed: 192 times)

Watch video to learn how to follow up on an Early Student Referral

Closing out an ESR (Viewed: 182 times)

Watch video to learn how to close out an Early Student Referral

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Early Student Referral (.pdf, 909K)
When to submit an ESR (.pdf, 223K)
Student Account/Technology Information
MAC Student Account/Computer Information (.pdf, 2139K)

NEW students - Look here for your computer account information and registration instructions

MAC Online Registration Directions (.pdf, 1281K)
Directions how to add or drop a class.
InSite Time/attendance
InSite Time/attendance directions (.pptx, 861K)

Directions for entering vacation, sick, and personal time as well as hours worked into InSite

InSite Student Time entry directions (.pptx, 825K)

InSite Student Time entry directions

Pay Schedule (.xls, 39K)

Payroll schedule 2017-2018

InSite Supervisor time approval directions (.pptx, 746K)

InSite Supervisor time approval directions

Time Entry training videos (.pdf, 162K)

InSite Student Time Entry and Supervisor Approval training video

Reserved Facilities Information
Listing of Reserved Facilities (.xlsx, 75K)
Phone Directories
Mount Aloysius College maintains the voicemail and phone switch on campus. To place calls on campus simply dial the 4-digit extension. To place a call off campus you must dial a 9 first then the number you wish to call.
Phone Listing by Department (.htm, 158K)
Phone Listing by Alphabetical Order (.htm, 174K)
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Admissions, Financial Aid and Enrollment Events on Campus for 2017-2018 from Frank Crouse (.xlsx, 16K)
Spring 2018 Academic Support Workshop Calendar from Dr. Theresa Spanella (.pdf, 432K)
Faculty Workshops Spring 2018 from Rob Stere (.docx, 14K)
Spring 2018 Supplemental Instructional Offerings from Dr. Theresa Spanella (.pdf, 171K)
Looking for Class to Add at Midterm from Dr. Chris Lovett (.pdf, 121K)

Are you looking for a class to add after midterm break?  Dr. Talbot is offering AR 120 - History of American Crafts.   This course beings March 12, 2018 and meets on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 12:30 p.m. - 3:05 p.m. It is a great opportunity to earn another three credits this semester.

Focus On...Wellness - March 2018 Calendar from Tonia Gordon (.pdf, 437K)

March "Focus On…WELLNESS” includes articles about Colonoscopy and Brain Activity.  

March is National Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month and 

March 12th – 18th is Brain Awareness Week

A copy of March’s National Health Observation Calendar is also attached which contains links to websites where you can obtain additional information on any of the monthly topics. 

Focus On...Wellness - Decrease Your Brain Age from Tonia Gordon (.pdf, 328K)
Focus On....Wellness - Live Well, Work Well - March 2018 from Tonia Gordon (.pdf, 341K)
Focus On...Wellness - Getting a Colonoscopy from Tonia Gordon (.pdf, 381K)
Spring EAP/Work/Life Newsletter from Tonia Gordon (.pdf, 753K)

Spring is just around the corner.  LIfeLines is our quarterly EAP/Work/Life newsletter that provides a wide range of interesting articles.

This quarter there are articles on:

  • Building Skills that Enhance Friendships
  • Home Improvements and Repairs
  • Everyday Exercise
  • Top 10 Ways to Prepare for Retirement
Lunch & Learn Announcement from Ann Booterbaugh (.pdf, 431K)
Community Lab Blood Screen Announcement from Ann Booterbaugh (.docx, 57K)
Students: Semester in France Info Session Today from Tonia Gordon (.pdf, 986K)

Learn more about studying abroad for a semester in France TODAY at 1:00 in Main 224.

Representatives will be here to answer your questions PLUS hear from a fellow Mountie who participated in the program.  
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