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  • Mount M

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    Mount Mary: Creative CampusStudents, faculty and staff form a close-knit community where everyone is eager to collaborate and innovate by taking risks with new ideas, working together through complexities, finding solutions instead of solving problems and keeping an open mind about whats to come in the future. This cooperative and inventive environment will help you strengthen your critical thinking and leadership skills and position you as a leader at the forefront of a competitive marketplace.

    Mount Mary provides opportunities to fuel student creativity by helping us explore our areas of study in new ways.

    Kat Reynoso 14 Biology and Health Sciences Double Major

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    Creativity is part of who we are at Mount Mary. A big part.

    Together with us, you will learn new and exciting ways to think, to collaborate, to personalize your college experience and to be at the leading edge of your future career.

    Most importantly, youll appreciate the surprises of discovery and focus less on finding one, perfect answer. Because for us, creativity is about having an open mindto different ways of learning, living and looking at the world and interacting with it.

    At Mount Mary, any future you want to create is possible.

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  • Mount Mary Creates a New Way of Thinking

    Youll get an education at Mount Mary that shapes every part of who you are, because we personalize your academic experience based on how you learn best. Professors get to know you as an individual and care just as much about whats going on with you outside the classroom as inside it. And with independent research projects, study abroad, service learning and internships, there are plenty of opportunities for you to actively engage with what youre learning.

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  • a New Way of ThinkingMajors and Minors* indicates minor also available

    Anthropology/Sociology (minor)AccountingArt* Art Therapy*

    Bilingual Education (English/Spanish) (minor)

    Biology*

    Business Administration*

    Business/Professional CommunicationChemistry*

    Communication*

    Diagnostic Medical SonographyDieteticsEducation*

    (Available in multiple disciplines leading to certifications for all grade levels)

    English (Literature*, Education, Writing for New Media*)

    Entrepreneurship (minor)Environmental Studies (minor)Fashion (Design and Merchandise

    Management)Graphic Design*

    Health Sciences*

    History*

    Interior DesignInternational Studies (ESL, Spanish)Journalism*

    JusticeLiberal StudiesMathematics*

    Philosophy*

    Political Science (minor)Pre-Professional Programs

    Pre-Chiropractic MedicinePre-DentistryPre-LawPre-MedicinePre-NursingPre-Osteopathic MedicinePre-Veterinary Medicine

    Psychology*Public RelationsRadiologic TechnologyReligious Education (minor)Science (minor)Self-DesignedSocial WorkSociology/Behavioral ScienceSpanish*

    Theology*

    Dual-Degree ProgramsOccupational Therapy (B.S./M.S.)Public Health (B.S./M.P.H.)

    Student Success CenterAt Mount Mary, youll have the resources you need to develop into the confident leader we know you are. The Student Success Center in the Haggerty Library provides numerous services to help you thrive academically and after graduation, including:

    academic advising, accessibility services, career development, service learning information, counseling, study-skills and learning workshops, and professional and peer tutoring.

    For detailed information about Mount Marys programs of study, visit mtmary.edu/majors.

    Roxanne Back, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Mathematics, works with students on the Menger Sponge Project. The Project is a collaboration between Mount Mary and Wisconsin high schools and middle schools. It requires more than 60,000 business cards and teaches a variety of math concepts, including logarithms, surface area, volume, counting techniques, scale factors and modeling.

    Hands-On Learning

    Learn more!

  • Clubs & Organizations

    Arches Student NewspaperAmerican Society of Interior

    Designers, Student ChapterBehavioral Science ClubCaroline Residence Hall

    CouncilCommunication ClubEnvironmental Collegians of

    SustainabilityFashion AssociationGraphic Design ClubHistory ClubInternational ClubJustice on the RiseMath and Computer ClubMENC (National Association

    for Music Education Collegiate Chapter)

    The Philosophical AssociationProgramming and Activities

    Council

    With more than 40 clubs and organizations and numerous events and programs like Waffle Wednesdays, karaoke, the international fashion show, the multicultural fair, spring formal and fall festival, theres never a lack of something to do at Mount Mary. The surrounding neighborhood is full of engaging things, too. The Wauwatosa community offers parks, coffeehouses, Mayfair Mall and plenty of local shops and restaurants. And if youd like to venture farther into the city, Milwaukee offers museums, public markets, Lake Michigan shoreline, baseball games at Miller Park and much more.

    Mount Mary Createsthe Complete Experience

    Shalom ClubStudent Art Therapy

    AssociationStudent Dance AssociationStudent Education AssociationStudent Government

    AssociationStudio 455Social Work ClubStudent Occupational Therapy

    AssociationStudents Achieving Leadership

    through Spanish Activities

    For a complete listing of clubs and organizations, visit mtmary.edu/clubs.

    of Mount Mary students have diverse racial and ethnic backgrounds. This creates a dynamic community of unique religious, political, socioeconomic and cultural viewpoints.47%

  • On-Campus LivingCaroline Hall features five different room styles for students who choose to live on campus to get the full college experience. Special room features can include private bathrooms and walk-in closets. Wireless Internet and kitchens are available on every floor.

    NCAA AthleticsMount Marys Blue Angels participate in NCAA Division III athletics in basketball, cross country, soccer, softball, tennis and volleyball.

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    cafs to help fuel you throughout the day.

    Amy Bukvich 14 Behavioral Science and

    Psychology Double Major

    Most of my leadership experience comes from extracurricular activities. Being a part of the Program Activities Council and serving as a resident assistant showed me I can be a leader.

  • Mount Mary CreatesEmpowermentYoull leave Mount Mary with more than just a powerful degree. Youll also have the confidence and skillset to be a force of change within your communityand beyond. With classes like the Leadership for Social Justice Seminar, taken by all first-year students, you will develop the communication and critical-thinking skills necessary to create a better, more compelling life for yourself so you can live out your education in active, meaningful ways.

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    Every one of my professors encourages me to go out and get hands-on experience, whether it is through my theology internship, the fieldwork I have done for my education major or the month of study abroad for Spanish. The professors recognize my strengths and encourage me to use those strengths as a leader.

    Catherine Dulan 15, Education Major

  • Womens Leadership InstituteThe Institute works to inspire, educate, train and support the women of Mount Mary to help them develop their potential as transformational leaders. The Institute serves as a campus resource for research and information on womens issues and sponsors leadership programs and events throughout the year.

    Own Your EducationTest the boundaries of your comfort zone and study fashion among Parisians. Intern at a Milwaukee hospital to hone your dietetics knowledge. Impact school policy as a member of the Student Government Association. Every day, the women of Mount Mary take active steps to own their college experience and prepare for influential lives of significance.

    100 The percentage of fem

    ale undergraduates. Thats right: a vibrant, collaborative comm

    unity designed for you.

    We are here to offer you the best that we can to help bring out the best of who you are.

    Sr. Joan Penzenstadler, SSND, 67 Vice President for Mission and Identity

  • Mount Marys focus on teaching students to think creatively enhances their leadership ability and leads to greater success in the workplace. When you graduate, youll have the confidence and open mind to imagine and experiment with innovative ideas that put you at the forefront of a competitive job market.

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