We believe in the power of ordinary people to do extraordinary things. Every day, our students astound us with their intellect, strength, and never-say-die spirit.
They are, in a word, UNSTOPPABLE.
Together, The Mount stands in solidarity with the Black community in the fight against systemic racism and injustice. We will continue to do our part to listen, learn, educate and to confront systems of oppression and targeted violence. As our community joins in unity, we acknowledge that silence and inaction contribute to the maintenance of ongoing institutional racism and other structural inequalities. We thereby pledge our commitment to work to advance racial justice in our society, in academia and within the Mount community.
For more information please visit our Center for Diversity, Equity & Inclusion website.
Our interactive campus map allows visitors to explore both of our campuses and locate information regarding parking, campus buildings, and departments.View Map
Experience a first-person view and take a guided tour through both of our campuses using our new 360º Virtual Campus Tour.Take the Tour
If you are having trouble finding privacy for a counseling session with CPS, now you can sign up to come to Chalon and use the CPS Outdoor Zoom Tent for teletherapy. Please call 310-954-4114 to schedule an appointment. Generally, available hours include 9:00am-12pm and 1pm-5pm. Please note that you will be given permission to come onto campus for counseling and the Chalon Cafe only. This space will provide extra privacy for students to have their counseling sessions away from home.View Event Details
MAPs in partnership with the MSMU Creative Writing Department presents a book launch for alum Henry Bouchot. He will share how he harnessed his business, creative writing, law education as well as Marine experience, to create an unbeatable political campaign. Henry will provide us with Insights from his journey and answer questions on the process of writing and self-publishing a book. Register here!View Event Details
We are excited to celebrate with you at Commencement and the other celebrations listed below. As we begin to reflect on our time as students at the Mount we also think about everyone who has supported us along the way. The Class of 2021, like all classes before us, has been supported by the generosity of donors -- alumnae, parents, friends, faculty and staff and even fellow students. Without them our Mount experiences would not have been the same. They've donated to things that we've all benefited from like financial aid, campus events, career services, diversity and inclusion initiatives, and the Mount fund -- where dollars meet the most pressing needs of the university and students like us. Now it's our turn. Following in the tradition, our Senior Class Gift campaign is a way we can honor the generosity we received, and pay it forward to the students who will come after us! It would mean a lot if you would join us to make a gift of any amount in support of our class and our senior gift committee. Even a gift of $5.00 makes a difference, so we hope you will participate. You can also Venmo the Mount at @MountGiving - just make sure to say you are Class of 2021 to be counted toward the goal!View Event Details
All members of the Class of 2021 are invited to submit a personal tribute page that will be added to the digital memory book. Use your creativity and personal style to make a tribute page to share memories, thank family members and loved ones for their support. Submit your page here!View Event Details