Living on Campus
If you will be living on campus in one of our student residence halls, be sure to visit Campus Living page for important information and see our checklist for what you’ll need to bring with you. The official move-in day is Tuesday, August 1, from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.. If you are unable to move in at that time, please call for an appointment. To schedule an appointment or for questions, please contact Colleen Cipriani, Student Life Director, at email@example.com or 614.234.5828.
On Campus Dining
We have a few places on campus for students to grab something to eat on the go, including Charlie’s Java Jolt, Tim Horton’s, Sbarro’s and the Mount Carmel West Hospital Cafeteria. A discount is provided at the cafeteria with a student ID badge. There is also a kitchen for student use available in the Recreation Room.
Student involvement is a great way for students to make new friends, expand their resumes and learn valuable lessons about working with others. MCCN offers a range of opportunities for students to get involved. Check out our College Organizations page and find the right fit for you!
Mount Carmel values and supports the faith and spiritual needs of our students, faculty and staff. Check out our Campus Ministry page to learn where you can worship and how you can enhance your body, mind and spirit at Mount Carmel.
MCCN welcomes students from all backgrounds and walks of life, including students of all races and genders, first generation college students, students who are single parents, students with varying religious practices and beliefs, students who must work full time and students whose financial situations may otherwise prevent them from obtaining higher education.
Maintaining a healthy balance as a college student is important, which is why we offer a few on-site fitness rooms in the residence halls and Marian Hall. Check out your options today!
Things to Do in Columbus
Experience Columbus is one of the best ways to get to know the Columbus area and find out about what is going on for all ages and interests! Do some exploring while you are here and find out what there is to do in the City of Columbus.
Make sure to check out the 2017-18 Academic Calendar before your first day of classes and mark important dates on your calendar.
MCCN has a full-time IT staff available for students with technical questions or difficulties. IT will have a table present at SmartStart Orientation to help students set up their CarmeLink and Nightingmail accounts.
Future students with IT questions can email HelpLine at HelpLine@mccn.edu.
The safety of our students is a top priority at Mount Carmel, which is why we have many systems in place to make our students feel safe and secure on campus. Learn more about our Emergency Procedures.
Add some Burgundy and Gray to your wardrobe! Visit our Spirit Shop to get in the Nightingale spirit for your first day at MCCN!