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Mercy College Participates in Go RED for Women Luncheon
On Friday, November 13 eight Mercy College of Ohio Cardiovascular Technology program students and faculty members volunteered at the Go RED for Women luncheon hosted by the American Heart Association. Students and faculty members helped with set-up and in various areas throughout the venue including the Big RED Chair. This is a fun photo opportunity for the luncheon guests (and the students usually manage to talk the photographer into taking their picture, too). This has become an annual event for the CVT program with students and faculty looking forward to participating next year.
Mercy College of Ohio is proud to volunteer at an event and for a cause consistently supported by Mercy Health.Continue Reading
Halloween Isn't All About Candy
On October 28, members of the Gamma Delta chapter of Alpha Delta Nu, participated in the Mercy College “Trunk or Treat” event. Students showed children healthy Halloween treats and how to care for their teeth. Kids were given treats such as pumpkin faced clementines and mummy wrapped bananas to promote the Halloween spirit. Students wanted the snacks to be fun and healthy and they spoke to children about the importance of brushing and flossing, especially after eating Halloween candy. Children were given new toothbrushes and floss to ensure they had the tools they needed to get the job done. Jacob (pictured) enjoyed visiting the table. He received dental floss and a new toothbrush and learned how to properly brush. Carrie Franks mentions, “the student nurses made brushing fun, motivating Jacob to brush his teeth. Thank you!”Continue Reading
Mercy College Student Health Coverage: Overview, Rates and Waiver Information
Mercy College of Ohio strongly believes it is important that all students maintain health care coverage to help ensure academic success and well-being. In addition, to be in compliance with the Affordable Care Act (ACA), all individuals are required by law to have health insurance coverage. To assist with this goal, Mercy College of Ohio is again offering our Student Health Coverage Plan provided by United Health Care (UHC). We believe this plan provides excellent levels of health coverage with low out-of-pocket costs when compared to other plans offered commercially or through the ACA website.Continue Reading
Higher Learning Commission Site Visit: Third Party Comments
Mercy College of Ohio is seeking comments from the public about the college in preparation for its periodic evaluation by its regional accrediting agency. The College will host a Higher Learning Commission site visit team November 2 and 3, 2015. Mercy College of Ohio has been accredited by the Commission since 1995 and has a campus in Toledo, Ohio and a location in Youngstown, Ohio. The team will review the institution’s ongoing ability to meet the Commission’s Criteria for Accreditation.Continue Reading
Weather Announcement for February 2, 2015
Information about classes and clinicals for the Toledo campus.Continue Reading
Mercy College Graduate to Compete in 'Amazing Race'
Mercy Fitness Center Tours
Tours of the Fitness Center are available in February, March, and April.Continue Reading
Financial Aid announcement
We are pleased to announce that Sarah Robarge has been promoted to the new role of Financial Aid Officer. Sarah has been the part-time Financial Aid Secretary for over four years and recently completed her BA degree in May 2014. Please congratulate Sarah on her new role.Continue Reading
Financial Aid Office - new location
The Financial Aid Office has a new location! We are now located on the 6th floor Madison Avenue side. All office contact information remains the same except the fax number.
Financial Aid Contact Information:
Phone: (419) 251-1219 or (888) 80-MERCY
(NEW) Fax: (419) 251-0969
Mercy College of Ohio announces new president
Carl Barnard, Chairperson, Board of Trustees for Mercy College of Ohio, and Brian Smith, Executive Vice President, Networks, Catholic Health Partners (CHP), announced today the appointment of Susan C. Wajert, PhD, MSN, MBA, RN, as the next President and CEO of Mercy College. James Harter, Vice President of Administrative Services, will remain as interim president until Dr. Wajert begins her position on August 4.Continue Reading