Mount Ida College can help you reach your goals – whether you’re a current college student looking to pick up a few more credits over the summer, a working adult from the Boston area looking to switch careers or add new skills or a local senior interested in learning something new.Mount Ida’s continuing education programs are open to the public, so you do not need to apply for traditional admissions. Our friendly continuing education staff can answer any questions and help you choose and sign up for classes.
Internships and career planning play an integral part of your professional education at Mount Ida College. In fact, many of our degree programs require internships to ensure you have the opportunity to use what you learn in a real employer setting. This link between the classroom and the professional world builds your resume and gives you the time and opportunity to gain valuable work experience. In turn, Career Services and your career-connected faculty mentors help employers, by connecting them with smart, well-trained interns and employees like you.
Whether you are just beginning your college search, are considering applying to Mount Ida College, or are an admitted student, we encourage you to contact a member of our Admissions staff to learn more about all the opportunities that await you at Mount Ida.Our admissions staff is here to guide you through the admissions process. The members of our admissions team have a wide variety of interests and backgrounds.
Residence Life is housed within the Office of Campus Living, along with Community Standards. Approximately 60% of Mount Ida College students choose to live on campus. Living in a residence hall at Mount Ida connects you to a vibrant and dynamic residential community, providing meaningful opportunities for you to engage with one another, explore new experiences and to develop outside of the classroom.We are here from the day you move in to help you adjust to your new life on campus and to help you throughout your stay in our on-campus community.
The library staff is here to help you with your own research and with your students' research needs. Below are a list of links to some resources that we think will be most helpful in getting you started. Feel free to ask us for helping finding specific resources.
Information Technology at UMass Amherst provides comprehensive support and services for technology use on campus. In addition to accessing central IT services, members of the Mount Ida Campus of UMass Amherst have specific on-site services available in the Learning Center/Wadsworth Library.
Our residential campus, nestled in Newton, Massachusetts, just minutes from Boston, is the perfect place to live and study during your college career. We offer a number of residential options on campus.Our on campus rooms include free wireless internet, access to cable television, and mostly free laundry rooms (we charge a nominal fee for hot and warm water, keeping our community more sustainable).
The Mount Ida College Athletic Center is the pulse of the campus for all co-eds, faculty and staff. It serves as the home of the Mount Ida College Athletic Department. In addition to offices for the staff, the facility features a weight room, athletic training room, locker rooms, a classroom and the College's gymnasium.
The main gymnasium is perfect for playing basketball, volleyball, and other receational sports including intramural athletics on our magnificent court that is big enough for several teams to compete on at once. The athletic center is home to our women's volleyball, men's volleyball, men's basketball, and women's basketball teams.
Together with the ISIC Association and British Council IELTS, StudyPortals offers you the chance to receive up to £10000 to expand your horizon and study abroad. We want to ultimately encourage you to study abroad in order to experience and explore new countries, cultures and languages.