Mount Saint Mary College was founded by the Sisters of Saint Dominic in 1959, but the Mount has been an academic presence here in Newburgh since 1883. The college's roots in education, and in the training of educators, go even further back to the 13th century and Saint Dominic.
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The Mount seeks to offer our students inclusive communities, social and educational opportunities, and safe and well-maintained residence facilities. All of our residence halls are newly built or recently renovated. More than 1,000 students call our residence halls home.
The library is the center of research and information services at Mount Saint Mary College. Library faculty and staff are dedicated to helping students find the information they need to successfully complete assignments, term papers, presentations, and projects.
The Office of Technology is divided into support elements designed to enhance campus support. The elements include Audio/Visual Support Services, Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Systems Services, Instructional Media Services, Network/Wireless Services, Hardware/Software Support Services, Telephony Services, and the IT Help Desk.
Health services are available to all full-time undergraduate students. The office is designed to provide treatment for acute illness and injury. The student health services fee covers the cost of routine care and over-the-counter medications.
The Dominican Center was built in 1927 and served as the motherhouse for the Dominican Sisters of Newburgh, and the high school, Greater Mount Saint Mary Academy. The College purchased the center in 2011, and it was transformed into a modern center with historic details. The Chapel of the Most Holy Rosary serves as the spiritual center of campus.
Academic Council, Aging United, Anime Club, Black Student Union.
New York State Education Department, Commission on Higher Education of the Middle States Association, International Assembly for Collegiate Business Education (IACBE).