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Congratulations to Kara McCreary, Jacqueline Huynh, Anna Martin, Amanda Murat and Geoff Schmidt for each winning a $10,000 scholarship from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. Each student was selected based on their essays on leadership in the community.

The Rho Omicron Chapter of Sigma Theta Tau International, the Honor Society for Nursing, is pleased to present MCCN alumnae Tiffany Wenter, BSN, RN, deputy executive officer for operations with the Ohio Nursing Association, who will discuss “RNs Shaping Their Future Through Health Policy” on January 29 at noon in the College Lounge. All are welcome to attend. Continuing education credits will be offered. For more information, contact Frieda Gill at fgill@mccn.edu or at (614) 234-5218.

Any student that would like to report an issue regarding professional misconduct should contact the Academic and Professional Misconduct Committee:

Check out what’s happening at the library this month:

The Library Now Has 24/7 Badge Access. You asked for it…. you got it! The Mount Carmel Health Sciences Library now offers 24/7 ID badge access for MCCN students. In order to get this privilege, students are required to submit a form at the beginning of EACH semester (exception for SDAP students). Click here to access the form. Remember, this is a privilege and can be revoked at any time. Please read a full description of the policy.

  • MCCN Spring Semester begins: January 5
  • Ohio University Spring Semester begins: January 12
  • Deadline for Advanced Placement application: January 15
  • Martin Luther King, Jr. Day (Holiday): January 19

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).