Mercyhurst North East offers many exciting opportunities to experience the culture of our campus, whether you are a student or simply a member of our local community.
Did you know that MNE offers several free performances, lectures and workshops to the university community and the public? Our Cultural Series offers distinguished speakers, creative topics and grand musical exhibitions to the community, free of charge.
Maybe you appreciate the creative expression of dance? Enjoy performances offered by our Dance Institute, or take a class yourself.
Consider yourself a connoisseur of fine dining? Let our Culinary and Wine Institute students transport you to a five-star restaurant with our fine dining lunch and international dinner series.
The Mercyhurst North East Culinary and Wine Institute annually hosts two series of dining options open to the public: the International Dining Series in the fall and the Spring Lunch Series. In both series, students in Mercyhurst North East’s culinary arts program design, prepare and serve a meal based on the cuisine of a nationality or geographic region. Reservations are required for meals; please call the reservation line at 814-725-6333.
As a cultured liberal arts college and a vested member of the North East community, MNE offers a yearly Cultural Series of concerts, lectures and performances. All events are open to the public, students and the college community free of charge. The Winter/Spring 2017 Cultural Series brochure can be viewed here.
To be added to the mailing list, send your complete name and address to Patti Sullivan or call 814-725-6277.
To view the MNE Mass Schedule click here.
The pool is the home of the Mercyhurst University Men's and Women's Water Polo teams. Along with hosting water polo matches, the pool is open to students, faculty and staff and has open swim hours throughout the year for the North East community.
The pool will be open for community swim and the schedule can be viewed here
All Mercyhurst employees and students may use the pool for free by presenting a university id card during those times.
Questions? Call Halli Reid at 814-725-6275.