From All of The Mount

  • Sep 27

    Hispanic Heritage Display

    Theatre Lobby

    Sponsored by the Office of Diversity & Inclusion

  • Sep 27

    (Men’s Soccer) Wabash vs. Mt. St. Joseph

    Men's Soccer: (Men's Soccer) Wabash vs. Mt. St. Joseph

  • Sep 28

    MSJ Blackboard scheduled downtime

    Scheduled downtime will occur every Wednesday morning from 6:00AM until 7:00AM for the Mount's Blackboard system.  This hour will be used to refresh the system by rebooting all servers that are part of the MSJ Blackboard environment.   


    Please contact the ISS Help Desk at 513-244-4357 if you are unable to access Blackboard after 7:00AM on Wednesdays.

  • Sep 28

    (Women’s Tennis) Franklin vs. Mt. St. Joseph

    Women's Tennis: (Women's Tennis) Franklin vs. Mt. St. Joseph

  • Sep 28

    (Women’s Volleyball) Mt. St. Joseph at Anderson (Ind.)

    Women's Volleyball: (Women's Volleyball) Mt. St. Joseph at Anderson (Ind.)

  • Sep 30

    Hopkins Golf Collegiate Classic (Round 1)

    Hopkins Golf Collegiate Classic (Round 1), Country Club of Decatur (Decatur, IL)

  • Sep 30

    The Broadway Musical the Wiz

    University Theatre

    Presented by the Cincinnati Black Theatre Company in partnership with the MSJ Office of Diversity & Inclusion

    View event details, including ticket information

  • Oct 01

    Hopkins Golf Collegiate Classic (Round 2)

    Hopkins Golf Collegiate Classic (Round 2), Country Club of Decatur (Decatur, IL)

  • Oct 01

    Saturday Campus Visit

    Seton Center

    Visit the Mount! This Saturday visit includes a group presentation by an admission counselor at 10:00 a.m., followed by a campus tour at 10:45 a.m. It is intended for high school students and recent high school graduates.

    Learn more and register online.

  • Oct 01

    Electronics Recycling Day

    West Parking Lot

    Enter the West Parking Lot at the far west driveway, past Bender Road.

    There is no cost except for cathode ray tube (CRT) TVs and monitors ($10 donation) and refrigerant-containing appliances ($20 donation).

    Any item with an electrical cord will be accepted, including TVs, refrigerators, washers, dryers, dishwashers, cell phones, iPods, Blackberries, MP3 players, digital cameras, game systems, GPS units, e-readers, computers and related accessories (such as keyboards, printers, portable hard drives, and scanners), VCR/DVD/CD players, fax machines, copiers, microwaves, surge protectors, power cables and charging cords, electronic wiring, and satellite components.

    RecycleForce, from Indianapolis, will de-manufacture these items and shred all hard-drives to address any privacy concerns. The plastics and metals are then sold to build new components, while all toxic elements, such as lead and mercury, will be disposed of properly to avoid environmental contamination. RecycleForce hires formerly incarcerated people and helps them rebuild their lives by providing transitional jobs and increasing their chance of sustained future employment. 

    Questions? Contact Colleen McSwiggin at 513-244-4864.