The Erie Book 2013 Stacked Books  
Index: | Home | Contact Us | Business Listings | Demographics | Location | Business | Professional Women | Manufacturing | Law | Entertainment | Sports | Art & Architecture | Tourism | Retail Restaurant | Nature | Creative Services | Common Good | Homes | Family | Faith | Education | Transportation | Healthcare | History | Niagara Bicentennial | Military Service |  
 
 
501 East 38th Street • Erie, PA • 16546 • 814-824-2000 • www.mercyhurst.edu
 
 

Mercyhurst University is a fully accredited, four-year, Catholic, liberal arts institution founded in 1926 as Mercyhurst College by the Sisters of Mercy. The institution was granted university status in 2012. The 75-acre Erie campus, located on a picturesque hillside overlooking the city, offers more than 50 undergraduate majors with nearly 70 concentrations and pre-professional tracks, as well as nine graduate programs. The university's McAuley College of Associate Degree Studies is headquartered at Mercyhurst University — The North East Campus, which offers more than 30 one- and two-year programs. Mercyhurst also maintains branch campuses in Corry and at the Booker T. Washington Center, as well as an extension in Dungarvan, Ireland.

A Mercyhurst education combines a rich sense of tradition with a progressive approach to the complexities of modern life. With a strong liberal arts foundation, Mercyhurst supports a wide range of boutique programs including dance, art, culinary and hospitality management, and public health.

The Erie campus is home to world-renowned institutes, including the Mercyhurst Archaeological Institute and the Institute for Intelligence Studies at Mercyhurst University, which educate students at the undergraduate and graduate levels as well as providing volunteer and contract services for organizations and businesses.

In addition, Mercyhurst University offers 24 varsity level sports, all of which are competitive in either NCAA Division I or II. Inspired by our motto, “Carpe Diem” (Seize the Day), our faculty and students are busy making a difference on and off campus — from “the Hill” to the far corners of the world.

Mercyhurst University is a fully accredited, four-year, Catholic, liberal arts institution founded in 1926 as Mercyhurst College by the Sisters of Mercy. The institution was granted university status in 2012. The 75-acre Erie campus, located on a picturesque hillside overlooking the city, offers more than 50 undergraduate majors with nearly 70 concentrations and pre-professional tracks, as well as nine graduate programs. The university's McAuley College of Associate Degree Studies is headquartered at Mercyhurst University — The North East Campus, which offers more than 30 one- and two-year programs. Mercyhurst also maintains branch campuses in Corry and at the Booker T. Washington Center, as well as an extension in Dungarvan, Ireland.

A Mercyhurst education combines a rich sense of tradition with a progressive approach to the complexities of modern life. With a strong liberal arts foundation, Mercyhurst supports a wide range of boutique programs including dance, art, culinary and hospitality management, and public health.

The Erie campus is home to world-renowned institutes, including the Mercyhurst Archaeological Institute and the Institute for Intelligence Studies at Mercyhurst University, which educate students at the undergraduate and graduate levels as well as providing volunteer and contract services for organizations and businesses.

In addition, Mercyhurst University offers 24 varsity level sports, all of which are competitive in either NCAA Division I or II. Inspired by our motto, “Carpe Diem” (Seize the Day), our faculty and students are busy making a difference on and off campus — from “the Hill” to the far corners of the world.

 
 
 
MDW Books Logo A Product of Matthew D. Walker Publishing, LLC © 2023