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MCCN celebrates the start of the 2017-18 academic year! A total of 1,064 students are enrolled, including our 201 of our newest undergraduate students and 70 graduate students. Wishing our Nightingale family of faculty, staff and students a healthy, happy and successful New Year.

Ann Marie T. Brooks

Welcome faculty, staff and students!

Welcome to a new year: The 114th academic year since the founding of Mount Carmel. It is a privilege for me to begin this year with you – serving you – as your interim president at Mount Carmel College of Nursing.

We have so much to look forward to together.

I especially want to welcome our newest students, the class of 2021. As I shared at Convocation last week, we are all honored you have chosen to answer your life’s calling to become professional nurses and especially that you have chosen to do so at Mount Carmel College of Nursing, an outstanding, fully accredited institution of higher learning.

Each year since its inception, MCCN director of Student Life, Colleen Cipriani, MA, asks for volunteers for FamJam, a family-oriented event co-presented by Franklin County Children’s Services and the Mayor of Columbus. FamJam is a free family enrichment festival held every summer and serves approximately 3,000 people in Franklin County. Thank you to the following students who volunteered their time on Saturday, August 5:

This summer has been full of activity and excitement at MCCN! In case you missed it, here is a re-cap:

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Each year, the Ohio Association for College Admissions Counseling (OACAC) offers an onboarding conference for all new Admissions counselors. The event was hosted by Bowling Green State University this year and included over 300 attendees. MCCN director of Enrollment, Kim Campbell, PhD, was asked to mentor six of the new counselors at this year’s OACAC Summer Institute.

MCCN welcomed new students at the Annual Minority Student Reception on Sunday, August 13. More than 40 students, faculty, alumni, friends and families joined the festivities, hosted by Kathy Espy, Dr. Shirley Cooley and Dr. Kim Campbell.

Student Counseling

Carebridge provides personal counseling to the student and their household members. A referral to Carebridge is necessary and can be obtained by speaking to Laura Lawrence (Student Health Nurse) or Colleen Cipriani (Director of Student Life). Students can also speak with individual faculty members who then can forward the student to either of the above individuals. Students are entitled to six free visits with a counselor. Carebridge continues to be available to faculty, staff and students and may be accessed at www.myliferesource.com or by calling 800-437-0911. The counselors are all master’s prepared professionals who can help the student or family member with:

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