President's Letter

[threecol_two]Wow, have we come a long way since the start of the Unity…


Unity Campaign Donor Honor Roll

Thank you for your support of Mount Mercy University during the most…


Father Tony

[threecol_two]In 2015, Reverend Anthony Adawu, lovingly known as Father Tony,…


Sister Mary Cephas Wichman JC ’51, ’61

Sister Mary Cephas Wichman JC ’51, ’61 (1932–2016) A native of Iowa, Sister…


Martin “Marty” Andreas

Martin “Marty” Andreas (1939–2016) Mount Mercy’s longest-serving board member…


Plaster Athletic Complex

For over 40 years—through countless victories, national titles, and Mustang…


CRST International Graduate Center

While the addition of master’s degree programs was important to Mount Mercy’s…


Sisters of Mercy University Center

Mount Mercy’s 43,500-square-foot, $6 million University Center has…


Becoming a University

Almost 90 years ago, the Sisters of Mercy of Cedar Rapids saw the need to unite…


By the Numbers

Unity Campaign Figures July 1, 2009–June 30, 2016  Athletic Complex…


Student Service in China Leads to Big Questions, Bigger Answers

Originally from Manchester, Iowa, Madison Coates is a current junior nursing…


Lighting a Fire

From the Hill to the Classroom with a Love for Learning Whether it’s coaching…


Then and Now: Nursing Education at Mount Mercy

Mount Mercy Nursing — Ready for Tomorrow Mount Mercy has always been at the…


Mount Mercy: Where Leaders Learn

Mount Mercy University’s combination of excellent academics, with a focus on…


Mustang Minutes

Branch Races to All-America Status; Men's Golf Earns National Tournament Berth……


We Serve Everyone

Faculty, students and alumni alike embrace Mount Mercy’s core values of…


[photo] President Laurie Hamen

Ready for the future, remembering our past

If we have met in person, you’ve heard me cheering the successes of our…


Advocacy as Prevention

» Nurse advocates fill vital roles in their communities—serving the public from…


Answering the Why of Nursing

When Justin Oeth ’06, stopped into work to help out for a few hours one July…


Saving Lives by Listening

Finding the Fix: How One Sister is Saving Lives by Listening Independent…


An Amazing Journey from Africa to America

Amazing-Grace Ighedo '16 strives to be the very best, no matter the…


Beating the Odds

Andrew Whitters ’04 speaks from experience:  “Even when things are hard in…


Mount Mercy Athletic Hall of Fame, Class of 2016

Mount Mercy University inducted the Athletic Hall of Fame Class of 2016 on…


Class Notes

MARRIAGES JUDE SMITH ’90 and GREG RAUPP June 13, 2016 RIENNE JOHNSON ’03 and…


Spring 2016: Athletics Honors & Awards

Softball: Carson Burgart, NAIA Scholar-Athlete Alexis Ferguson, NAIA…


Colophon

Corey Munson '08 Editor | Assistant Director for Communications &…


Enactus Changing Lives Through a Job Readiness Initiative

Mount Mercy University’s Enactus club is changing the lives of disadvantaged…


Healing Words & Healing Minds

Courtney Snodgrass ’17, is wasting no time in achieving her dreams of becoming…


It Was Meant to Be: One Email Changed Cynthia Dennis' Life

Neither personal tragedy nor 20 years out of the classroom could keep Cynthia…


Sisterhood & Second Chances

From the beginning, limited options seemed to force the Bauer sisters into…


A Long Journey Home: From Spain to Mount Mercy to Soccer Leader

Enrique Cortina ’13, came to Mount Mercy University from his hometown of…


Accountant Turned CFO: How Judy Lubben Leads by Mount Mercy's Example

Mount Mercy Alumna Judy Lubben ’03 and ’15, has encountered the ups and downs…


Generations of Success

How our graduates put their passions into action — Mount Mercy alumni share…


Class Notes

Achievements Tom Fagan ’81, celebrated his retirement from the Linn County…


Visit the Hill

Schedule your campus visit today at mtmercy.edu/visit.


Class Notes

Achievements Amber O’Connor ‘97, Program Coordinator in the Office for the…


Dreaming of a field to call their own

Marco Fichtner ’17 is a double major in management and marketing with a minor…


Unraveling the mystery: Students decode crime scene using classroom skills

It is 5:30 in the evening on a crisp day in April. Law enforcement arrives…