RETURN TO THE GATES
Let us welcome you back home! Relive your college memories, network with faculty, current students, and staff, and reignite your Laker Pride.
The Hurst is here, and it’s yours to explore. Come back anytime and experience our evolving, unique campus offerings.
Experience our newest campus buildings, facilities, and initiatives. Whether you visit our newest residence hall, Ryan Hall (and its modern dining facility, The 501 Grille), our newest academic space, the MCPc Cyber Education Center, or our on-campus pub, The Roost, let us welcome you back home. To request a tour with a student Ambassador, please contact Lindsay Frank at firstname.lastname@example.org or 814-824-2330.
Our newest campus tradition, Hurst Day arrives unexpectedly every fall, heralded by bagpipes. Hurst Day surprises students, faculty, and staff with an entire day of games, contests, music, food, and community spirit. Join in the celebration, whenever it may occur!
Experience the best of Hurst athletics as our football team competes against a hometown rival. We invite you back to an atmosphere that celebrates Laker Pride, the Mercyhurst community, and nostalgia for your college days. Reunite with classmates and professors, and network with current students and athletes.
Mercyhurst alumni of all generations gather for this celebration in early June. There's no better way to reminisce about your days on the Hill than connecting with other Lakers and exploring today's Mercyhurst. Celebrating our 60th, 50th, 40th, 25th, 10th and 5th reunions for each class.
Looking to advance your education or enter a new professional field? Make Hurst home again and enroll in one of our world-class graduate programs. On-campus and online programs are available. Learn more.
Many of our Hurst alumni are finding great success starting creative and enterprising businesses in the Erie region. If you’re visiting Erie, be sure to check out Erie Food Tours and U Pick 6 Tap House, Public House and Harbor House—all of which were started by Mercyhurst alums! Learn more about the Erie region.
The Mercy Mission comes alive in the work of our students and graduates, inspiring them to lead lives of civic engagement. If you’re interested in serving in a volunteer capacity at Mercyhurst, there are opportunities for grads to contribute in the Office of Admissions, Campus Involvement Center, or Career Development Center. You can also give back to the Mercyhurst and Erie communities through volunteering with our Service Learning initiatives. For more information on volunteering, please contact Lindsay Frank at email@example.com or 814-824-2330.