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Oct
31

Grab your friends and learn some self-care and mental health tips!

The Griffin Residential Experience And Transition (G.R.E.A.T.) Program is a themed program series focused on how to tackle college & adult life. While designed for first-year residents, ALL upperclassmen, transfer, & commuter students are welcome!

Questions? Contact Resident Director Lisa Turlte at turtle.l@gmercyu.edu

Nov
07

Dive into the nuances of product marketing with an experienced marketing consultant, Hettie Stroebel, who will be delivering an engaging presentation entitled "Marketing for New Product Launch: Examples from Pharma and Biotech." The presentation will take place on Thursday, November 7 from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m.

Cultural Event
Nov
07

The Jan Noones Syndrome

Julia Ball Auditorium
7:30 pm

GMercyU’s Theater Ensemble presents, The Jan Noones Syndrome, a psychological mystery that explores the strange behavior of a young actress, Jan Noones. Jan becomes the characters she plays, and behaves in their nature even after the play ends. How did she develop this syndrome? Why does it destroy her life? Her doctor finds the answer too late. For mature audiences only.

Admission: Donation

Nov
07

Grab your friends and learn tips on conflict management!

The Griffin Residential Experience And Transition (G.R.E.A.T.) Program is a themed program series focused on how to tackle college & adult life. While designed for first-year residents, ALL upperclassmen, transfer, & commuter students are welcome!

Questions? Contact Resident Director Lisa Turlte at turtle.l@gmercyu.edu

Cultural Event
Nov
08

The Jan Noones Syndrome

Julia Ball Auditorium
7:30 pm

GMercyU’s Theater Ensemble presents, The Jan Noones Syndrome, a psychological mystery that explores the strange behavior of a young actress, Jan Noones. Jan becomes the characters she plays, and behaves in their nature even after the play ends. How did she develop this syndrome? Why does it destroy her life? Her doctor finds the answer too late. For mature audiences only.

Admission: Donation

Cultural Event
Nov
09

The Jan Noones Syndrome

Julia Ball Auditorium
7:30 pm

GMercyU’s Theater Ensemble presents, The Jan Noones Syndrome, a psychological mystery that explores the strange behavior of a young actress, Jan Noones. Jan becomes the characters she plays, and behaves in their nature even after the play ends. How did she develop this syndrome? Why does it destroy her life? Her doctor finds the answer too late. For mature audiences only.

Admission: Donation

Nov
14

G.R.E.A.T. Program - Social

Glass Lounge
8:00 pm

Grab your friends and mingle with your fellow Griffins!

The Griffin Residential Experience And Transition (G.R.E.A.T.) Program is a themed program series focused on how to tackle college & adult life. While designed for first-year residents, ALL upperclassmen, transfer, & commuter students are welcome!

Questions? Contact Resident Director Lisa Turlte at turtle.l@gmercyu.edu

Cultural Event
Nov
16

16th Annual Spaghetti Dinner

Upper Dublin Lutheran Church, 411 Susquehanna Road, Ambler, Pa.
4:00 pm to 7:00 pm

The Voices of Gwynedd will not only serve you a grand dinner, but also provide lovely musical entertainment at their Annual Spaghetti Dinner. All proceeds support the Voices of Gwynedd.

Suggested Donations: Adults $10, Children (ages 4-12) $5, Children ages 3 and under are free

Nov
21

Grab your friends and learn more about GMercyU's Community Resources!

The Griffin Residential Experience And Transition (G.R.E.A.T.) Program is a themed program series focused on how to tackle college & adult life. While designed for first-year residents, ALL upperclassmen, transfer, & commuter students are welcome!

Questions? Contact Resident Director Lisa Turlte at turtle.l@gmercyu.edu

Nov
26

Thanksgiving Break Res Hall Opening/Closing

Residence Halls
5:00 pm to 12:00 pm

Residence Halls will close on November 26 at 5 p.m. for Thanksgiving Break and will reopen on Sunday, December 1 at 12 p.m.

There will be no classes on Wednesday, November 27 through Friday, November 29. Classes will resume on Monday, December 2.

If you're interested in staying in your residence hall during University breaks, please complete the Break Housing Form