From All of The Mount

  • Oct 26

    Mass

    6th Floor Chapel

  • Oct 27

    Cashing in on Dressing Up

    Recital Hall

    One of the most powerful self-branding and career management tools is right at your fingertips everyday: your image. Learn 3 simple ways to manage your image NOW to open some doors, get some respect, and boost your confidence. Presented by Linda Telfund, CMF/Certified Image Consultant ProMark, A Career Partners International Firm

  • Oct 27
  • Oct 27

    Zumba

    Come de-stress with some Zumba! All are welcome! Free to MSJ students, and $3.00 for faculty and staff. One guest per person allowed.

  • Oct 28

    Blood Drive

    Corona Room, Seton Center

    To schedule an appointment, please go to: www.hoxworth.org/groups/msj or call Hoxworth @ 513-451-0910.
     
    All donors are encouraged to register for the Premier Donor Club. Premier donors accrue points for their donations which they can then redeem for prizes in the online gift store.Gifts range from MSJ bookstore gift cards to AMC movie tickets!
     
    Interested individuals can go online at www.hoxworth.org/plus to setup their account or call the Appointment Center at 513-451-0910 for assistance in setting up an account.
     

  • Oct 28

    Post Grad Volunteer Fair

    5th/3rd Bank Dining Hall

    There will be many Volunteer Program Representatives coming to this fair, over 30. If you are thinking of doing something very different after you graduate, something that will stretch your understanding of other cultures and especially of those living below the poverty level, AND give you a chance to do service, these program reps can help you find a program that fits your situation. They will be in the 5th/3rd Dining Hall and you can talk with them. Don’t miss this chance!

  • Oct 28

    Mass

    6th Floor Chapel

  • Oct 28
  • Oct 28

    Yoga

    Theatre Lobby

  • 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.