Learn more about the academic resources offered at Mount St. Joseph University.
The Bookstore, located on the ground floor of the Jean Patrice Harrington, SC, Student Center, is managed by Follett Higher Education Group. The Bookstore handles the sale of textbooks, supplementary readings, school and art supplies, candy and snacks, sundries, clothing, greeting cards, stationery, and gifts.
The Learning Center enhances the ability of every motivated student to succeed in his or her studies. It provides a number of academics resources including: the Math Center, the Writing Center, peer tutoring, and more. The Learning Center is located in room 156 in the The Thrailkill Hall of Student Success.
Academic advising is available for all degree-seeking students. Before registering for class, traditional students must meet with their advisors, who provide registration clearance on the Web. Students are encouraged to meet with or talk to an advisor before registering for courses.
Academic Exploration Program
The Academic Exploration Program allows students to use academic and occupational assessment results to help them select a major and possible career. The program also offers career counseling, skill-building workshops, and occupational information resources.
Health Professions Advising
Through Health Professions Advising, students work with their normal academic advisors and faculty members on the Health Professions Advisory Committee to design a course of study that is suited to their specific, healthcare-oriented career goals.
The Archbishop Alter Library is home to more than 96,000 volumes of books, journals, videotapes, DVDs, and CDs. The Library gives patrons access to more than 140 databases, thousands of electronic books, and hundreds of websites, specifically chosen for students, faculty, and staff. The Library is also a member of OhioLINK, and patrons are able to request books and non-print items from every academic institution in the state with two-to-four day delivery. If you need help finding a resource, students are able to contact a librarian through the library's website.
The Wellness Center is open to all students and offers assistance in maintaining students’ health. They provide counseling services for individual, relationship, and other types of counseling, as well as services for physical healthcare, including a full-time registered nurse, full-time medical assistant, and physician by appointment.
The Office of Diversity and Inclusion
The Office of Diversity and Inclusion is committed to building a campus environment that values and respects every person, regardless of gender, age, race, sexual preference, cultural background, religion, nationality or beliefs. They sponsor various campus-wide programs centered on ethnic celebrations, holidays, and diversity awareness and address specific needs or concerns of cultural groups represented at the Mount.
The Children’s Center provides quality part-time and full day care for children of Mount students while they are attending class, studying, or participating in class-related activities off campus such as clinical, field placement, or student teaching. Care is available for children ages three months to five years.
The Career and Experiential Learning Center offers services that enable students to prepare for and succeed in their chosen career field. By sponsoring resume workshops, career fairs, career wear closet, and personal assistance, the Career Center can help students succeed.
Service Learning is available to all students – graduate and undergraduate – and enables students to engage and volunteer with local organizations while completing class credit. Students learn about human rights and social justice, diversity and inclusion, and the impact that an organization has on a community.
The LifePrep Series is a collection of news posts that acts as a guide to many of the services offered at the Mount. Covering academics, finances, careers, and civics, these posts offer a snapshot of the Mount’s services that can be essential for students’ preparations for adult life.
- To learn about the academic services, read the article “A LifePrep Toolkit for Beginners.”
- To learn more about finances, read "Preparing Your Financial Future."
- To learn about career resources, read "Jumpstarting Your Career."
- To learn about civic opportunities, read " A Lasting Impact."