Events

Sep
24

Campus Blood Drive

Julia Ball Auditorium
10:00 am to 8:00 pm

The American Red Cross will be on campus for the bi-annual Blood Drive, co-sponsored by Student Government Association and Student Nursing Association of Pennsylvania. Every donation can help save a life today!

This event is just one of the many festivities during Mercy Week!

Sep
24

United States Census Bureau Informational Table

Keiss Library
10:00 am to 2:00 pm

GMercyU students are encouraged to stop by to chat with a recruiter about job opportunities and requirements at United States Census Bureau. You can stop by anytime during that time-slot for a quick discussion.

Sep
24

Mercy Week Mass

Waldron Center
11:30 am

Mercy Day celebrates the day that Catherine McAuley, the founder of the Sisters of Mercy, opened the first House of Mercy in Dublin, Ireland in 1827. 

Join us as we celebrate Mercy Day and honor our heritage and the Mercy Sisters and Associates in Mercy on campus. Fr. Dan Joyce, SJ from Saint Joseph's University will preside.

This event is just one of the many festivities during Mercy Week!

Sep
25

United States Census Bureau Informational Table

Keiss Library
10:00 am to 2:00 pm

GMercyU students are encouraged to stop by to chat with a recruiter about job opportunities and requirements at United States Census Bureau. You can stop by anytime during that time-slot for a quick discussion.

Sep
25

Throughout the world, we are fighting battles over access to health care, the rights of the patient to make autonomous decisions, mental health care, structural and institutional racism, unethical medical experimentation, equity of care, and the regulation of rapidly advancing medical technologies through medical genetics.

Sep
26

The Sisters of Mercy were founded out of a deep concern for the needs of persons who are poor. Today, these needs are being focused on through five key areas entitled the Critical Concerns. We will look at these five concerns through the lens of Nonviolence as a way to focus and enhance our work in the field of justice. 

Sister Dale Jarvis, RSM will share with us how some of those needs are addressed, especially in Haiti.

This event is just one of the many festivities during Mercy Week!

Sep
26

Donald Cook - Security Standards and How They Apply to Business

University Hall, West 105
3:00 pm to 5:00 pm

Learn more about cybersecurity with experienced IT professional, Donald Cook, who will be delivering a timely presentation entitled "Security Standards and How They Apply to Business." The presentation will take place on Thursday, September 26, in University Hall W105 from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m.

Sep
27

Mercy Tea and Authors Celebration

Keiss Library & Learning Commons
2:00 pm to 4:00 pm

Join us as we celebrate our Tender Courage and Lindback Award winners, recognize our recently published faculty and staff authors, and enjoy one another’s company at the end of Mercy Week.  

This event is just one of the many festivities during Mercy Week!

Sep
27

Food Truck Festival

Parking Lot D/C and Genuardi Pavilion
8:00 pm to 10:00 pm

Swing by and enjoy the evening at GMercyU. Enjoy music, sample food from local food trucks and have some fun with friends. Tickets available for food purchase on site. Free for current students with student ID. $10 for faculty, staff, alumni, and guests. Children under 5 are free. Admission permits you three tickets - two savory and one sweet. Children under five will receive one food ticket. Additional tickets may be purchased for $3 each. 

Sep
28

Residence Life Reunion

St. Brigid's, The Glass Lounge
11:00 am to 1:00 pm

Come see what we've been up to! Resident Assistant alumni and former Res Life staff are invited to socialize with current students and staff. Take tours of the residence halls to see all of the upgrades! Light refreshments served. For more information, contact Residence Life at reslife@gmercyu.edu.

GMercyU's Residence Life Reunion is just one of the many festivities during Red & Gold Homecoming Weekend!