Students are the top priority at Mercyhurst North East. We want every student to have the best college experience possible, whether you're a traditional student living on campus or an adult student commuter. MNE offers a number of services and resources to help students succeed, from academic and career counseling services to computer support services.
It’s all about outcomes! One of the main reasons you are going to Mercyhurst North East is to help you advance into a rewarding career. Our Office of Career Services was established to help you move toward that goal. Services include:
The Office of Career Services coordinates all internship/externship activities throughout the year. In addition, the office posts part-time jobs, helps students develop resumes, develops credential files, and maintains close contact with the Career Development Center at the Erie campus. For more information, please contact:
Career, Internship, and Placement Coordinator
Academic Support Coach
For on-campus computer issues, please contact either:
Director, Information Technology Services
Location: Karsh 207
Phone: (814) 725-6317
PC Support Specialist
Location: Karsh 207
Phone: (814) 725-6327
In addition to "the e" service, Mercyhurst North East runs a shuttle van from the North East campus to the Erie campus, roundtrip, four times a day, Monday through Friday.
Mercyhurst North East students can ride "the e" to the MNE campus for free, thanks to an agreement formed between the college and EMTA in the fall of 2007.
Four runs between Erie and North East are made each weekday, and the service is provided 40 weeks out of the year, including during the 10-week summer session. Perhaps the biggest bonus is that students can use "the e" system for free anywhere they go during the service period, including on weekends. For example, MNE students can take the bus from downtown Erie to the Millcreek Mall for free, as long as they present their student ID cards.
In the winter of 2007, the service was expanded to include an earlier route to campus, and additional stops at locations around the community of North East and at the Wal-Mart in Harborcreek.
The Police and Safety Department's primary responsibility is the safety of the North East Campus community, its students, faculty and staff. Other responsibilities include investigations of theft, criminal mischief, and other criminal incidents on campus. All matters relating to institutional or student safety should be reported to the Office of Police & Safety for appropriate action.
Sergeant Charles Rosequist
Location: Miller 7 C