Saturday, April 29, 2017
INAUGURATION SERVICE DAY
8:30 a. m. – noon. Alumni, students, faculty, staff, and Inauguration guests -- live out the mission of the Mount to serve others by joining one of the service projects on Inauguration Weekend. The Mount’s bus will transport volunteers to and from Bethany House and the Habitat Build, departing Seton Center at 8 a.m. and returning at 12:30 p.m. Space is limited so call (513) 244-4888 or click here to register.
Bethany House Community Services
Prepare and serve brunch to families or help organize donations.
Breakfast items provided for the volunteers.
Mount St. Joseph Habitat Build with Habitat for Humanity of Greater Cincinnati
Participate in a Habitat Build in East Price Hill.
Drinks and snacks provided for the volunteers.
Sayler Park Recreation Center Summer Program
Make a difference and help raise much-needed funds throughout the spring for the Sayler Park Recreation Center to offer summer programs for children: Sparkling Stars Program, a summer school/after-school program and Club CRC Program, a summer enrichment program.
ALSO OPEN ON INAUGURATION WEEKEND
MATER DEI CHAPEL
Visit the Mount’s historic Mater Dei Chapel while on campus for Inauguration events. The stained glass, statuary and artwork were designed by Mount art students and Professor and Sister of Charity Augusta Zimmer in the late 1950s.
Take a short tour of the history Mount St. Joseph University and the Sisters of Charity, dating back to the time of Saint Elizabeth Seton. Displays are by the Library and in Aquinas Hall.
STUDIO SAN GIUSEPPE
Dorothy Meyer Ziv Art Building
Open Monday-Friday: 10 a.m. - 5 p.m., Saturday & Sunday: 1 p.m. - 5 p.m.
2017 Senior Thesis Degree Projects: Art/Fine Art; Graphic Design
Comprehensive projects expressing the culmination of studies in each student’s major area of concentration. These projects serve as bridges to professional careers in the visual arts and design.
MSJ License plates for Ohio are now available for purchase. The Mount receives a large portion of the revenue from the sales. Read More
The Mount St. Joseph women's soccer program had three players honored as all-region players Read More