As a student at Misericordia University, you have the support of an entire campus community. From writing assistance to professional counseling, there are several resources available to ensure that you have a healthy and positive college experience.
The CAPS Center
The Counseling and Psychological Services Center (CAPS Center) is located on the lower level of McGowan Hall and provides a variety of support services including individual counseling, therapy and support groups, consultation and referral services, as well as crisis intervention.
Student Success Center
The Student Success Center is located on the lower level of Alumnae Hall and provides individual academic support with general study skills and learning strategies, peer and professional tutoring, academic coaching and skill development workshops.
The Misericordia University Post Office is the on-campus post office/mail room serving the students, faculty and staff of Misericordia University.
Dining Services at Misericordia University are available at the John and Mary Metz Dining Hall as well as three additional locations throughout campus with a variety of convenient dine-in or take-out options. They list hours, menus, and frequently asked questions.
The Writing Center is located within the Student Success Center on the lower level of Alumnae Hall and provides support to students needing assistance with academic writing assignments as well as professional correspondence such as cover letters and graduate school applications.
Student Health Services
The Health & Wellness Center provides students on-campus nursing assessment and treatment for common illnesses as well as advanced assessments by the Nurse Practitioner. If necessary students are advised to seek treatment at one of the area hospitals or at one of the local MedExpress Urgent Care Centers.
The Office for Students with Disabilities is located within the Student Success Center on the lower level of Alumnae Hall. The Office for Students with Disabilities provides services for students seeking academic adjustments and auxiliary aids under Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973. The Office also hosts the fee-based Alternative Learner’s Project (ALP), which provides services that extend beyond the accommodations referred to under Section 504.
Misericordia remains committed to recognizing the importance of a quality education while upholding strong values and honor within the community. Those values make Misericordia the perfect place to attain one's educational goals. With this mission in mind, Misericordia welcomes the men and women who have served or are currently serving our country in the U.S. Armed Forces, including spouses and dependents.