From All of The Mount

  • Oct 28

    Prepare Early, Prepare Well

    Seton Center, Corona Room

    College Planning Night for Students with Learning Disabilities
    Sponsored by Project EXCEL and the Office of Admission
    LEARN everything you need to know to PLAN for college.
    A specifically designed workshop for students and parents who are seeking guidance related to university admission, as well as disability services and accommodations.
    • When should preparation for college begin?
    • What are key elements in the college search for students with disabilities?
    • What services and accommodations do colleges offer for students with disabilities.
    • How do you shift from parents as prime advocates to student self-advocacy?
    For more information contact Project EXCEL at (513) 244-4623 or the Office of Admission at (513) 244-4531 or (800) 654-9314.

  • Oct 29

    MSJ Blackboard Scheduled Downtime

    Scheduled downtime will occur every Wednesday morning from 6:00AM until 7:00AM for the Mount's Blackboard system. This hour will be used to refresh the system by rebooting all servers that are part of the MSJ Blackboard environment.
    Please contact the ISS Help Desk at 244-4357 if you are unable to access Blackboard after 7:00AM on Wednesdays.

  • Oct 29

    St. Elizabeth Seton Medal Presentation and Lecture

    Meter Dei Chapel

    "Beyond Our Lights and Shadows: Meeting Our Grace Today"
    Presentation of the St. Elizabeth Seton Medal to Judith Merkle, SNDdeN, Ph.D., Professor at Niagara University.
    A reception follows the program.

  • Oct 29
  • Oct 29

    Community Trick-Or-Treat

    Seton Center

    Ghosts and goblins 12 and under are welcome to the annual Halloween Trick-or-Treat night at Mount St. Joseph University, on Wednesday, October 29 from 6-9 p.m.
    The annual fun night, sponsored by the Mount’s student-led Campus Activities Board (CAB), welcomes children and their parents to trick-or-treat along a new, expanded route through the university, including a “spooky” tunnel.
    Doors open to trick-or-treaters and their parents by the Seton Building which is located off the Neeb Road entrance by the fountain. Free parking is available in the upper lot next to the parking garage. Campus police will be on hand to direct traffic.
    CAB asks for a donation of $1 or two canned goods per child. All donations will be given to local food pantries. If any local businesses would like to donate candy, please contact Stephen Craig, coordinator of campus activities and leadership, at

  • Oct 29
  • Oct 30

    KDP Canned Food Drive

    Seton Lobby / Classroom Lobby

    How can you be part of the fun and help the community?
    • Donate your canned goods in the boxes located in SETON LOBBY and in the CLASSROOM LOBBY to provide food for the Anderson Ferry Food Pantry!
    • All canned goods must be donated by October 30 by 6:00pm!
    • All canned goods will be donated with collections from CO Harrison Elementary School on October 30, 2014, following the Trunk-or-Treat decorative car show!
    Sponsored by the School of Education’s Kappa Delta Pi-Chi Omicron Chapter

  • Oct 30


    6th Floor Chapel

  • Oct 30

    Movie Night

    2 West Lobby

    Halloween Movie Night!

  • Nov 01