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Roar Store (formerly the Bookstore)

The Roar Store, located on the ground floor of the Seton Hall in CLC 3, is the official source of Mount St Joseph University spirit wear/apparel and gifts. The Roar Store also serves as the pickup location for textbooks throughout the semester and the return point for rental textbooks at the end of each semester. 

 

Learning Center

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

Academic advising is available for all degree-seeking students. Before registering for class, traditional students must meet with their advisors, who provide  guidance on class choices, career aspirations, and registration clearance. Non-traditional students are encouraged to meet with or talk to an advisor before registering for courses.

 

Bachelor’s Degree Programs Delivered Virtually

From convenient, online classes to our student-centered services, 100% online programs are a convenient option for working adults like you.

 

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.

 

PASS Program

Students accepted into the PASS Program are given extra support in their first year. Working with an academic advisor, along with other University offices, you'll get individual, personalized support to help monitor your progress and address first-year demands. By participating in PASS, students develop effective study and life management habits to help them achieve success. 

 

Graduate School Planning

Through Graduate School Planning, 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.

 

Library

At , you’ll find all of the academic resources you need for your assignments. The library is a member of , which provides online access to over 24 million journal articles from 100+ research databases, as well as the ability to request items (including some textbooks) from a combined collection of over 46 million books. The library also provides additional , which can supply articles, books, and other items not available through OhioLINK or the library’s digital collections. In an age of steadily increasing textbook prices, the library is devoted to textbook affordability. Students can borrow textbooks on a limited basis from the library’s course reserve collection, which has many of the materials most commonly assigned in Mount courses. Further, the library provides ebook access to some of these textbooks. If students need help finding resources for their assignments, they can with a librarian.

 

Wellness Center

At The Wellness Center, we are committed to creating a warm and inclusive environment where every individual feels valued and supported. We offer comprehensive mental and physical health services, along with innovative programming, to meet the unique needs of the ӣɬ community. Our dedicated team is here to advocate for you, educate you, and provide compassionate care and treatment. Together, we strive to promote the Eight Dimensions of Wellness, enhancing the overall well-being of our students and the entire campus community.

 

Career Center

The Career and Experiential Learning Center offers services that enable students to prepare for and succeed in their chosen career field. By hosting career fairs, meeting with students individually, teaching career prep classes, helping students prepare for graduate school, and more, the Career Center can help students succeed.

 

Service Learning

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.

 

Student Life

The Student Life at the University webpage helps students become familiar with their campus. With links to services like Residence Life, Campus Police, AVI Foodsystems, and more, the Student Life webpage provides links to student resources beyond academics.