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Inn of Court - President Foley & Judge Smith on Civility | Mount Aloysius College

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Published on Aug 15, 2012

| http://www.mtaloy.edu |

Continuing a year long theme of civility at Mount Aloysius College, President Tom Foley and Judge D. Brooks Smith present to the Blair County chapter of the Inn of Court.

Why Mount Aloysius College?
Abundant educational opportunity - We offer a broad range of educational options to meet your goals, with more than 70 programs of study in liberal arts disciplines and in areas that are more tightly focused on a specific career field, such as health care, business, criminology, education, and many others.

Small classes - The small classes at Mount Aloysius involve you in your learning in ways that wouldn't be possible in some lecture hall at a large university. From your first day on campus, you'll work closely with experienced faculty whose top priority is helping you succeed.

Real-world learning - Internships, research, and other opportunities add real-world experience that enriches what you learn in the classroom and prepares you for a fast start when you enter the workplace.

An education grounded in values - A Mount Aloysius education is firmly rooted in values that grow from our Catholic heritage: hospitality, justice, mercy, and service. We prepare you for success in your career field and for a life of engaged citizenship.

Quality that's affordable - Our competitive tuition and generous financial aid program make it possible for students from a wide range of backgrounds to take advantage of a Mount Aloysius education.

Extraordinary results - Fully 97 percent of Mount Aloysius graduates have jobs within six months of graduating, and in some fields the placement rate is 100 percent.

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