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College of Mount Saint Vincent Announces Tuition Reset and National Measures of Quality   

Liberal arts college offers exceptional value for “what an education really costs”

College of Mount Saint Vincent
9/10/2014 - The College of Mount Saint Vincent today announced two major initiatives: a Tuition Reset, which will provide more affordable access to higher education for students from middle income families, and National Measures of Quality, a model report giving students and their parents meaningful data about educational outcomes. Both the Tuition Reset and National Measures of Quality target common criticisms of the higher education sector. Mount Saint Vincent is dramatizing the case that it offers an exceptional education at an excellent price.

9/22/2014 -
Two members of the faculty in fine arts at the College of Mount Saint Vincent will showcase their expertise in two arts-related events later this month.
Rosemary Berkery ’75 and Sharon Sager ’73 Honored with Other Top Financial Industry Leaders
9/19/2014 -
Two Mount Saint Vincent alumnae have been named to Irish America magazine’s Annual Wall Street 50, which recognizes the outstanding accomplishments of Irish-American and Irish-born leaders of the financial industry. Rosemary Berkery ’75 and Sharon T. Sager ’73 were among the 50 honorees who were celebrated at the magazine’s annual dinner on Thursday, September 18, at the Metropolitan Club of New York in Manhattan. Wall Street / 50 Irish America
$2.3 Million in Funding over Five Years Will Enhance Academic Offerings for Hispanic Students
8/26/2014 -
The College of Mount Saint Vincent was awarded a Developing Hispanic Serving Institutions federal grant totaling up to $2.3 million from the U.S. Department of Education. The grant assists institutions to develop and increase their academic offerings and programs for Hispanic students. The funding will be distributed over a five year grant period, with the first year totaling $458,473. Founders Hall