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Join Us At the Iowa State Fair!

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Mercy College of Health Sciences will be at the 2017 Iowa State Fair!

  • Tuesday, August 15, 2017 is Mercy College of Health Sciences Day at the Iowa State Fair. As an "Official Red Ribbon Sponsor," Mercy College representatives will be located on the Grand Avenue concourse in front of the Horner Service Center. Look for our signage, stop by and say hello.
  • Mercy College will also have a booth in the William C. Knapp Varied Industries Building from August 10-20.

Stop by and say hello to a Mercy College representative at the Iowa State Fair!

Mercy College Receives $84,000 DASH Emergency Grant

17-19_Dash_Grant_Recipient_H.png$84,000 Grant Supports Launch of Emergency Grant Program at Mercy College of Health Sciences. The funds will address financial barriers to help low-income students stay enrolled to completion. 

New Ultrasound Machines on Campus!

With the purchase of 2 brand new Philips Affiniti 50 Ultrasound Systems, the Mercy College educational experience has been dramatically enhanced.

Improved image quality, an intuitive user interface and ergonomic design have created an environment that mimics what students see and use in their clinical rotations.

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Katie Hermawan, RDMS, (AB, OB/GYN), RDCSClinical Coordinator, in the Diagnostic Medical Sonography (DMS) program, showcases the new state-of-the-art equipment that DMS faculty and students have daily access to in the DMS lab.

170 Students from 63 Cities Earn Academic Honors

Congratulations to all 170 Mercy College students who earned academic honors for the Spring 2017 semester. 


To qualify for the President's List, students must attain a grade point average (GPA) of 3.75 or higher, in their most recent semester, for a minimum of six credit hours.

Celebrating Our Colleagues

Congratulations to the 2016-2017 
Mercy College Excellence Award Recipients

Each year the entire Mercy College community is provided the opportunity to cast their vote for Mercy College Employee Excellence Awards. During the 2017 Annual Employee Recognition & Excellence Awards event, the following people were presented with their respective awards.

Congrats to Michael Bohl '80 & Mary Schemmel '76! 

Congrats to Michael Bohl and Mary Schemmel, recipients of the 2017 Catherine McAuleyAward for Professional Excellence!

Mercy College originally created the Catherine McAuley Awards for Nursing Excellence to honor alumni and friends of the School of Nursing (or its predecessor program, the Mercy Hospital School of Nursing), for their lifetime achievements to the profession of nursing, their service to their communities, and their efforts on behalf of Mercy College of Health Sciences. Today, the Catherine McAuley Awards for Professional Excellence are sought and awarded to alumni from any academic programs associated with Mercy College of Health Sciences.

Leveraging Financial Resources to Your Best Advantage

My Love of Shoes

RandiBoelkes.jpgI love shoes - and am always looking for the next, flashy pair. I am a shoe subscriber, meaning I have a monthly shoe subscription to ShoeDazzle.com. I can’t say that I have actually used it for its main purpose, but I get really great deals off and on throughout the year that are amazing. Just recently I bought a brand new pair of shoes for $12!  I have a daily shoe calendar, and if you have been in my office in Financial Aid, you might have seen a shoe or two on my wall.

Class of 2017, it's time!

Congratulations to all 275 graduates of the Mercy College of Health Sciences Class of 2017, representing 11 academic disciplines hailing from 96 cities.


Mercy College 2017 Commencement Ceremony
Friday, April 28, 2017 

Pinning Ceremony - 1:00 p.m.

Congrats to Our 100 Great Iowa Nurses!

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The 100 Great Iowa Nurses award recognizes nurses that have made meaningful, lasting contributions to their patients, colleagues, and the nursing profession, and are viewed as mentors to other nursing professionals. This year’s honorees exemplify all of the principles on which the 100 Great Iowa Nurses Celebration was founded.

Faculty Contribute to Diversity in Healthcare Professions Paper

Articletitle.jpgThe Association of Catholic Colleges and Universities extended a great privilege to Mercy College Faculty Dr. Bud Marr and Bo Bonner when, through coordination with Mercy College President Barbara Decker, the two were asked to contribute on the white paper “Diversity in Healthcare Professions: A Catholic Higher Education Imperative.”