Adult and grad programs showcased at open house Oct. 12

On Thursday, Oct. 12, from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m., the Office of Adult and Graduate Programs of Mercyhurst College will host its annual Fall Open House. Prospective adult undergraduate, post-baccalaureate and graduate students are invited to attend. There will be opportunities to meet informally with admissions and financial aid staff, discuss program and scheduling options, and tour the campus. 

“We welcome individuals who are thinking about enrolling in either the winter or spring term of this year, or fall term of next year,” said Dr. Michael Lyden, director of adult and graduate programs. “We have many different programs and our students are very diverse. The open house gives everyone a chance to discuss their unique interests and needs.” 

Programs include an accelerated bachelor’s degree in business, teacher certifications for college graduates, and graduate certificates in non-profit management and applied behavior analysis.

For more information on the open house, call Peggy Lawless at (814) 824-2270 or e-mail her at 

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