Just in time for holiday shopping! Alumni Relations will be hosting a Peace Love Bling event Monday, December 8 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the Wilson Room. Peace Love Bling designs and sells genuine jewelry through the Ethical Arts Collective at 566 Rich St. that is fabulous, ethically handcrafted and costs less than the "fake stuff.”.
Cram 4 Your Exam with Us Sunday, December 21
Are you trying to find time to study for all those tests? Come to the library on Sunday, December 21 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Like us on Facebook to find out more about this event in the coming weeks.
The Popular Food for Fines Program is Back
Just in time for registration and fall graduation, Food for Fines is back. Until December 31, bring your food to the library between 8 a.m.-5 p.m., Monday-Friday. Remember, one food item = $3.00 of forgiven fines. All Food for Fines donations will go to the student food pantry, so be sure to get something you like to eat!
Reminder: when visiting and spending time in your library, you must wear your badge at all times. We have posted new signs at all doors stating this policy. We care about your safety and security.
Sometimes it’s good to do something relaxing to manage all the stress from studying. That’s what students from the Residence Halls did when they spent a recent relaxing Saturday morning at the Clay Cafe in Grandview Heights, drinking coffee and creating works of art.
The Mount Carmel College of Nursing (MCCN) Student Government Association (SGA) is an organization designed to represent the ideals, values and beliefs of MCCN students and is dedicated to excellence in action. SGA is committed to working collaboratively with administration and faculty to enhance MCCN programs, activities and initiatives.
Social Responsibility is one of the "Core Values" contained in the mission of Mount Carmel College of Nursing. In accordance with the College's Mission and Catholic Identity, the Community Service requirement for nursing students includes the application of one's skills and time to meet identified community needs of vulnerable and at-risk populations (e.g., children, elderly, homeless, poor and underserved, and organizations that support these populations).