All year long, the Mount Mary campus is busy
with activities. There are several resources for you to find out about Mount Mary events:
On My Mount Mary, our campus information Web site, there are several calendars (e.g. general, athletics, student affairs, facilities) which highlight activities coordinated by students, faculty and staff.
The academic calendar is produced one to two years in advance and breaks down the academic year (e.g. beginning of semesters/terms, class breaks, exams).
A monthly list of events that would be of interest to the general public and the college community. For more detailed calendars, please see the individual calendars at left. Download the latest calendar.
Events celebrating Mount Mary's Centennial year or visit the Centennial event page.
Friday, June 14: School Sisters of Notre Dame Alumnae Centennial Tribute
The College welcomes all of our Schools Sisters of Notre Dame alumnae back to campus for the day. Our Centennial is the perfect time to celebrate SSND alumnae, including a chance for Sisters to leave their mark on the MMC mural.
9:00 a.m. - Gathering, welcome, video presentation
Alumnae Dining Room
11:00 a.m.-Campus tours
12:00 noon -Picnic
1:00 p.m.-Sharing and reminiscing session
Alumnae Dining Room
By invitation only.
Monday, June 17- Friday, June, 28: Fashion Boot Camp
8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
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Monday, June 17- Friday, June, 28: Creative Connections
Art and music camps for grades K-8.
Tuesday, June 25 - Thursday, June, 27: New Leadership Wisconsin
Summer institute on leadership and civic participation.
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Monday, July 8- Saturday, July, 13: Private College Week
Saturday, July 20: Gala in the Garden
Mount Mary Fashion Design students build on the theme, "Fiori di Alta Moda (high fashion flowers), use Renaissance Garden flowers and plants as inspiration for the design of imaginative garden party and cocktail dresses. A People's Choice scholarship award will be presented.
Villa Terrace Museum
Get more information.
Saturday, July 20 - August 17: Summer Reading Skills Programming
For children 4K to 11th grade, these session will foster confidence and a love for reading and increase skills in phonics, comprehension, vocabulary and study skills. Programming offered by Marquette University's College of Professional Studies and taught by professional instructors from the Institute of Reading Development.
Times and dates vary by program.
Additional programming available at Marquette University and Nicolet High School.
To find out more and to register, call 1-800-979-9151.
Space is limited.
Monday, August 5- Friday, August 9: Competing for Federal Grants
Get the knowledge and skills you need to compete for federal funding.
8:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. Monday, Tuesday, Thursday
8:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. Wednesday, Friday
Get more information and register.
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Save the date!
Sunday, September 8: 45th Annual Starving Artists' Show
Thursday, September 19: Centennial Dinner
Thursday, October 10: Mount Mary Centennial Celebration Exhibit Opens
Friday, October 11 - Sunday, October, 13: Alumnae Reunion Weekend
Friday, October 11: Fall TransForum
Featuring Mona Sutphen, Milwaukee native and former Deputy Chief of Staff to the Obama administration and adviser to the president on domestic policy and international issues. Ms. Sutphen currently heads the macro analysis team in the wealth management division of UBS.
Getting to campus
Mount Mary College is conveniently situated near the I-45 and I-94 intersection, which is currently under construction. Please visit the Wisconsin Department of Transportation's Zoo Interchange Project website to find out how the project may affect your commute to the Mount Mary College campus.
If at any time you have questions regarding upcoming events on campus, please call (414) 258-4810 for assistance.
Firearms and other dangerous weapons are not permitted on campus, nor is there an authorized storage space for them. Weapons are not allowed in any college building.