- How do I find out what is happening on campus?
- What are the Harrington Center's hours?
- Are microwaves allowed in residence hall rooms?
- Do I have to be Catholic to participate in Campus Ministry programs or events?
- How can I get involved with Campus Ministry?
- Where can I go to Mass at the Mount?
- What is the Office of Multicultural Affairs?
- What are the Police staffing hours?
- Are Campus Police certified police officers?
- Is Orientation mandatory?
- Must Transfer Students attend Orientation?
- Should parents attend orientation with their son or daughter?
- How Can I Get Involved on Campus?
- How much do counseling services cost?
- Who can use counseling services?
- What happens in counseling?
The Calendar has up-to-date information about times and locations of upcoming events. Also check News.
The Harrington Center is open the following hours during the academic year:
- 7 a.m.-11 p.m., Monday-Thursday
- 7 a.m.-9 p.m., Friday
- 10 a.m.-9 p.m., Saturday
- 12 p.m.-9 p.m., Sunday
There are shortened hours during the summer and over breaks.
No. Microwaves are not allowed in residence hall rooms. We do have microwaves you can use on each floor.
Absolutely not! We invite people of all faiths to join any of our programs. While our mission was formed in the Catholic Christian tradition, we enjoy the discussion and diversity of gifts and opinions offered by people of different faith traditions.
Events are scheduled throughout the year. Campus Ministry is not a club you have to join in order to participate, but some programs do require more than a one-time commitment like F.I.S.H. (Faith In Sharing) groups that meet weekly, or the student leadership team. To learn more, see Campus Ministry.
You can join us every Sunday night at 9 p.m. in the sixth-floor chapel for Sunday Mass. This is an awesome experience for many of our students, with great homilies and friendly priests, lively music and great fellowship.
The Office of Multicultural Affairs initiates programs and resources that support a multicultural community. The office also provides resources for the unique needs of students of color and international students. We seek to preserve the rich heritage of multiculturalism by addressing the academic, spiritual, social, and cultural needs of all students.
The police department is open 24 hours a day 7 days a week.
Is Orientation mandatory?
Orientation is mandatory for all new, full-time undergraduates and transfer students. The Orientation fee is automatically charged to every new, full-time student's bill. Any student unable to attend must contact the Director of Student Development at (513) 244-4949.
Part-time traditional students who would like to attend Orientation should call (513) 244-4239 to register.
A separate Summer Orientation program is scheduled in August for all new transfer students. We will contact all transfer students with the Orientation date. Transfer students ARE REQUIRED to attend the separate summer orientation session. Transfer students are invited to attend Welcome Weekend, but it's not required.
Parents are invited to attend Summer Orientation Sessions with students.
At orientation, there is a special track for parents where they can learn more about resources available to students, meet key staff and faculty members and learn how to support students during their college experience.
Welcome Weekend sessions are geared only to students.
There are a variety of opportunities to get involved. The Mount has more than 40 active student clubs and organizations including Student Government Association, the MSJ Dateline student Newspaper, Black Student Union, and the Campus Activities Board. See campus activities for more information.
Counseling services are free to students enrolled in any of the Mount’s academic programs. You can make an appointment with a counselor by calling (513) 244-4949.
Any enrolled student may use the counseling services. You can also arrange evening appointments with a counselor.
When you make an appointment with a counselor, you will meet with a trained professional dedicated to providing a safe and confidential setting. You and your counselor will set goals and work out a schedule of meeting times. Students come to counseling for a lot of different reasons, including:
- Feeling alone, homesick, or having difficulty adjust to college life
- Having relationship problems/ family problems
- Having academic problems
- Feeling sad or hopeless
- Felling anxiety about taking tests, making friends or being in groups
- Having problems with self-image or self-esteem
- Feeling stressed about money or time