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
Let’s explore the intersection of academics and spirituality as we share common concerns about environmental justice. You’ll hear an introduction of Pope Francis’ 2015 document, “Laudato Si”, which calls us all to care for the earth, our common home. Students will present their work and reflections on how climate change impacts communities across the globe. Register here on ENGAGE MSMU!View Event Details
As a centuries-old black community in Louisiana, contaminated and uprooted by petrochemical plants, comes to terms with the loss of its ancestral home, one man standing in the way of a plant’s expansion refuses to give up. Directed by Alexander Glustrom. Prior to the movie, we’ll watch a short video called “Life at the Fenceline” which explains the disproportionate placement of toxic chemical industries in Black and Brown communities. Register here!View Event Details
You are invited to take 20 minutes for hope-filled songs, prayers, and reflections of the season, to bring your day to a peaceful close. Register here!View Event Details
Over the past several months, media coverage of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has often made reference to the global influenza outbreak, commonly and mistakenly referred to as the ‘Spanish Flu’ of 1918-1919, noting how we might learn from this past public health crisis. Register here.View Event Details
10 a.m. Graduate Student Ceremony2 p.m. Undergraduate Nursing Student Ceremony (Includes TBSN, ADN) We are happy to announce a drive-in style commencement for our 2021 graduating students on May 10 and 11, 2021. For more information please go here.View Event Details
10 a.m. Traditional Undergraduate Student CeremonyIncludes Weekend, Evening and Online College and Traditional Undergraduate Psychology, Business and Social Work majors 2 p.m. Traditional Undergraduate Student CeremonyAll other traditional undergraduate programs We are happy to announce a drive-in style commencement for our 2021 graduating students on May 10 and 11, 2021. For more information please go here.View Event Details
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