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Whether you're interested in applying as an undergraduate student on our Main Campus in Gwynedd Valley or as an accelerated/online or graduate student through our School of Graduate and Professional Studies, our Admissions staff can walk you through the process. Give us a call and get started today!
Undergraduate Admissions Staff - Main Campus (for students seeking an on-campus undergraduate college experience or looking to enroll in our on-campus MBA program)
800-342-5462 or 215-641-5510 or firstname.lastname@example.org
School of Graduate and Professional Studies Admissions Staff (for students seeking online/accelerated undergraduate or graduate programs in business, education or nursing)
877-531-7941 or email@example.com
If you are interested in Occupational Therapy or have applied to the Master of Science in Occupational Therapy program, please contact:
Kathy Hosack - Administrative Assistant, Department of Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy
215-542-4699 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Alex joined the GMercyU family in early 2020 to oversee the Admissions Department. He brings more than a decade of college admissions experience, including several years as a college consultant for students and their families. He is always available to answer any questions you have about GMercyU or your college search in general.
GMercyU Programs: Alex recruits first-year students for our University Studies program.
Degree: BBA with concentrations in Finance and International Business, MBA with concentrations in Operations Management and International Business — both from Wilkes University
Favorite Quote: “Do not allow negative thoughts to enter your mind for they are the weeds that strangle confidence.” —Bruce Lee
Favorite thing about GMercyU: Everyone at the University is, and has been, incredibly welcoming from day one. I have been amazed at how the campus community truly embraces everyone they come in contact with. It really does make me smile everyday.
Admissions Tip: Explore everything and everywhere to find your right fit. College is a big deal and a worthy investment. Explore it as such. Don't just take others' words for it but instead, dive in and ask questions. Find your right fit, and you will be better and do better.
Ask Paul a question or schedule an appointment with him!
Paul has served as the Associate Director of Undergraduate Admissions since 2013.
Degree: BA in Criminal Justice from Barry University
Favorite Quote: “Dream as if you'll live forever, live as if you'll die today” —James Dean
Favorite thing about GMercyU: I am amazed at the clinical and practical learning aspects of some of the majors. As a student, you can get a real-life perspective as you prepare for your future career and to me, that is very important to employers.
Admissions Tip: Challenge yourself and don't take your senior year for granted. Of course, you should have a great time and make it as fun as possible but don't slack off and get “Senioritis."
Ask Dan a question or schedule an appointment with him!
Dan is a graduate of GMercyU and has been a part of GMercyU's Undergraduate admissions team since 2013. As a student, Dan was the editor of the school newspaper and even represented GMercyU at the Republican National Convention.
GMercyU Programs: Dan recruits first-year students for our Bachelor of Science in Nursing program.
Degree: BA in Communications from GMercyU
Favorite Quote: "Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I remember. Involve me and I learn." -Benjamin Franklin
Favorite Thing about GMercyU: Being able to walk into any building on campus and recognize a former classmate or professor.
Favorite Admissions Tip: Don't be afraid to ask questions...admissions counselors are here to help you. We don't mind your questions, even if you think the question is dumb!
Ask Ashley a question or schedule an appointment with her!
Ashley has been a part of the GMercyU family since 2015.
GMercyU Programs: Ashley recruits first-year students for the following programs:
Early Childhood Education, PreK-4
Early Education (PreK-4) and Special Education (PreK-12)
Degree: BA in Communications and Rhetoric and History from the University of Pittsburgh, MA in Higher Education Administration and Student Personnel from the University of Mississippi
Favorite Quote: "There is a tide in the affairs of men. Which, taken at the flood, leads on to fortune; omitted, all the voyage of their life is bound in shallows and in miseries." - William Shakespeare
Favorite Thing about GMercyU: The strong sense of community. You feel it the second you step on campus! The students, faculty, and staff are very welcoming and willing to go out of their way to help others. They take great pride in GMercyU’s rich Mercy heritage and it shows.
Favorite Admissions Tip: Speak up! If you have questions or concerns about anything, big or small, don't hesitate to reach out to an admissions counselor. We know picking a college is a big decision and want to make sure you have all the information you need to determine which school is the right fit for you.
Ask Daniella a question or schedule an appointment with her!
Daniella has been a part of the GMercyU Admissions team since 2018.
GMercyU Programs: Daniella recruits first-year students for the following programs:
Medical Laboratory Science
Radiation Therapy, BHS and BS
Respiratory Care, AS and BHS
Degree: BM in Music with Elective Studies in Business from West Chester University of Pennsylvania
Favorite Quote: “Yesterday is history, tomorrow is a mystery, but today is a gift. That’s why we call it the present.” – A.A. Milne, Winnie-the-Pooh
Favorite Thing About GMercyU: The GMercyU community, by far, is the thing I love most about this institution. Being a smaller school aids in the strong sense of community, however, it's the people who make up this community that make it so special. The students, faculty and staff members are all so supportive and kindhearted which makes for an unwavering sense of community.
Favorite Admissions Tip: Use the “Pajama Test” when picking a school. If you can get up in the morning, leave your pajama bottoms on, throw on a sweatshirt and run to class, you know you’re in the right place. In other words, find the school where you will be able to be yourself and thrive.
Ask Sophia a question or schedule an appointment with her!
Sophia joined the Admissions team in 2019, having previously worked in social work/workforce development. She is always ready to answer any questions that anyone has — and she enjoys assisting those with Spanish-speaking family members. She also works with GMercyU's International Students.
GMercyU Programs: Sophia recruits first-year students for the following programs:
Computer Information Science
Degree: BA in Spanish w/ Minor in Latino Studies from Millersville University
Favorite Quote: “I've learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.”- Maya Angelou
Favorite Thing about GMercyU: It is truly no exaggeration when people talk about GMercyU’s famed hospitality. I love that the campus feels so much like a friendly neighborhood. We really have a strong sense of community here, which is hard to find elsewhere. The concern for the success and wellbeing of those around you is so ingrained into the culture here that it is second-nature. Also, we have the coolest mascot ever!
Favorite Admissions Tip: If you are having trouble deciding on a major, do your research! Speak with as many different types of people as you can. Imagine yourself doing a typical work day in that field, picture yourself walking in their shoes. If it excites you and calls you, your gut feeling never lies! Also, don’t underestimate the life-changing and mind-opening experience that studying abroad has to offer!
Shannon has been a part of the GMercyU family since 2013. Shannon is oftentimes the first person you speak to after applying. She is responsible for handling your transcripts and processing any necessary documents to ensure a possible acceptance is made in a timely manner.
Favorite Quote: “Remember you are braver than you think. You are stronger than you seem and you are smarter than you know.” —A.A. Milne
Favorite Thing about GMercyU: GMercyU is a smaller university that offers students a more personal and individualized educational experience. It's a community where students will receive ongoing guidance from the staff and never feel that they are overlooked. The students receive a quality education making them marketable for future employers.
Favorite Admissions Tip: Take a tour of your prospective college choices. Make sure that is the best fit for you, academically and personally.
Call: 215-646-7300 ext. 480
Marybeth has been a part of the GMercyU family since 2009. After working in the cardiology field for nearly 25 years, Marybeth decided to come back home to help future Griffins find their passion. Marybeth processes your applications and assists the admissions staff with creating files.
Degree: A.S. Cardiovascular Technology from GMercyU
Favorite Quote: “If you can imagine it, you can achieve it. If you dream it, you can become it.” —William Arthur Ward
Favorite Thing about GMercyU: The students! They are friendly and always willing to help.
Favorite Admissions Tip: Don't hesitate to connect your admissions counselor. We are here to answer any questions you may have. No question is insignificant.
Call: 215-641-5510 ext.21510
Tina Ricci has been a part of the GMercyU family since July 2019. Tina is the Undergraduate Admissions Office Coordinator overseeing the Work Study program along with helping coordinate campus events. Tina is also the face of Admissions by welcoming new students and their families to GMercyU for tours and information sessions.
Favorite Quote: "Recognizing and fostering the dignity of every person" – Catherine McAuley
Favorite thing about GMercyU: My favorite thing about GMercyU is working with the students, interacting with families as well as working across numerous departments with campus events. GMercyU’s environment opens you up to enriching experiences and gives you that warm feeling of home.
Favorite Admissions Tip: The key is to always plan ahead and build a strong foundation that will open doors to advance in your future.
Kelly Allan, Director of Enrollment
Gia Banner, Admissions Counselor
Kwan Bowser, Admissions Counselor
Chris Brown, Admissions Counselor
Lisa Cassano, Enrollment Coordinator
Leo Croft, Admissions Counselor
Diane Garvey, Admissions Counselor
Kirsten Scholer, Admissions Counselor
Gideon Smith, Admissions Counselor
Gretel Swartz, Student Success Manager
Casey Titus, Senior Admissions Counselor
Kristine White, Enrollment Coordinator
Savanna Wills, Admissions Counselor
Megan Yaeger, Student Success Coordinator