Recent News

Students get ready for Voices of Leadership

Mount Mary’s annual Voices of Leadership event, which takes place Nov. 4 introduces campus a groundbreaking woman leader and provides an opportunity for student learning. [Read More]

Mount Mary awarded $7.8 million in federal grants in 2021

Hispanic-Serving Institution designation opens opportunities for all students [Read More]

Mount Mary President Christine Pharr, Ph.D., announces plans to step down in June 2022

Christine Pharr, Ph.D., president of Mount Mary University, announced Sept. 15 that she plans to retire on June 30, 2022, at the end of the current academic year. [Read More]

"Diversity is our strength"

Mount Mary tops the U.S. News and World Report rankings for successful outcomes in graduating diverse and low-income students among regional universities in the Midwest. [Read More]

Nov. 4 keynote speaker breaks barriers in baseball and beyond

As the first female and Hispanic owner of a major league baseball team, Linda Alvarado takes a strong stance on defying convention. [Read More]

Starving Artists’ Show Returns to Mount Mary Sept. 12

Show relocated to southeast corner of campus due to construction [Read More]

Agreement enhances career options for students interested in baking, pastry-making and food science

Beginning in fall 2021, students at Mount Mary University and Waukesha County Technical College have enhanced options for the professional study of baking/pastry and food science chemistry. [Read More]

University receives grant to fund fashion archive digitization project

Mount Mary’s Fashion Archive, a historic collection with 10,000 items, will soon be available to the public online. [Read More]

President Christine Pharr Ph.D. recognized as Notable Woman in Education by BizTimes

Congratulations to Mount Mary President Christine Pharr, Ph.D. for being named one of BizTimes Media 2021 Notable Women in Education. [Read More]

Mount Mary University welcomes new Board of Trustees members

Mount Mary University has elected new members to its Board of Trustees. All six are prominent female leaders in their professions and three of them are alumnae of Mount Mary. [Read More]