Commuter students are an integral part of the Misericordia community. A comfortable lounge is available in Alumnae Hall for student use. This lounge includes a microwave and a refrigerator for student convenience.
The Commuter Council represents commuter students. This organization brings forth commuter issues to administrators and represents commuter students on the executive board of the Student Government Association.
Commuter students are encouraged to utilize the college dining hall and the Cougar's Den ( snack bar) both in The Banks Center for Student Life. Special meal cards can be purchased. A commuter newsletter is also published several times a year to keep commuting students well informed.
Misericordia University does not discriminate on the basis of disability in admissions to its programs, services or activities or in access to them. The Assistant Dean of Students works with the Director of the Alternate Learners Program (ALP) to integrate students with disabilities into all areas of campus life.