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Gwynedd Mercy University President Deanne H. D'Emilio, JD offers holiday greetings.
Gwynedd Mercy University hosted its inaugural Christmas Tree Lighting on Thursday, December 5. Students, alumni, faculty, staff, and members of the greater GMercyU Community were invited to partake in the festivities.
Gwynedd Mercy University ranked fourth in highest enrollment growth over the last five years among Philadelphia-area four-year colleges and universities, according to the Philadelphia Business Journal.
Gwynedd Mercy University is hosting its annual "Woke Week" beginning on November 4, 2019. This week-long event will focus on various social justice issues in light of the current political climate and in line with the Critical Concerns of Mercy.
There are programs and events scheduled for the entire GMercyU community, including discussions around diversity and immigration as well as Safe Zone Training.
Gwynedd Mercy University celebrated the completion of its Loop Road Project with an official Ribbon Cutting Ceremony on October 3.
This fall, Gwynedd Mercy University launched a new opportunity for students called the Inside-Out Prison Exchange Program®.
Senior-level nursing students put the skills they've learned to the test.
Gwynedd Mercy University Nursing senior Nicole Romano spent her summer interning at The Clinic, a medical center dedicated to serving those who do not have medical insurance.
The Gwynedd Mercy University Baseball team defeated Cabrini, 10-9, on Saturday afternoon to capture the 2019 Atlantic East Conference Championship.