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GMercyU Biology Alum Elizabeth Mannino
Elizabeth Mannino
Biology, 2016
"I was quickly able to make friends that first day and  I realized people that go to Gwynedd Mercy University are very similar to me."
GMercyU Business Alum Amanda Martino
Amanda Martino
Accounting, 2016
"You know you are going to walk out a better person than when you came in."
GMercyU accounting student Jerome McArdle
Jerome McArdle
Accounting, 2016
“Being known and not simply just another number is what makes GMercyU unique.  It is nice to have personal conversations with my professors outside of the classroom instead of solely being just a student.”
Danielle McCloskey
Danielle McCloskey
Education, 2014
"The School of Education prepared me professionally, academically, and emotionally for life after college, giving me the strength, determination and passion to be whoever I desired to be."
Katherine McGuigan
Psychology, 2016
"Even though I was a commuter student, I did not want to be the student that goes to classes and not become involved.  That's why I became involved in many activities my freshman year."
GMercyU accounting student Holly McHugh
Holly McHugh
Accounting, 2019
"Professor Silvesti’s main goal is to get us a job and an internship. In the end that’s all that really matters."
GMercyU Alum Megan McKenna
Megan McKenna
Nursing, 2010
“It was such an amazing and humbling experience to meet people from different areas and use what I had learned in school to positively impact and make a difference in the lives of those less fortunate.”
Megan McStravick
Human Services, 2007
 "I began to think more deeply about my career path and how to incorporate my skills, passion for helping others and learning techniques into a profession that would allow me to continue to teach."
GMercyU Education Alum Craig Metcalfe
Craig Metcalfe
Education, 2005
"You being the one to call the shots is very important.” 
GMercyU alum Kaitlyn Miller
Kaitlyn Miller
Nursing, 2015
“My first medical mission trip opened up my eyes to more possibilities of what nursing can be and what I could do to be a part of it. I 'drank the Kool-Aid' as they say, and was hooked.”