Mount Aloysius College Alumni

Last Updated on September 9, 2022 by Alvina Ibe

Mount Aloysius Student Receives National Veteran Leadership Award

Mount Aloysius College student John Price will be awarded the 2020 Student Veteran Leadership Award from G.I. Jobs magazine. The award is given to 48 veteran students across the United States who show exemplary leadership and involvement in their community. Price, of Williamsburg, PA, is a 2020 graduate of the College’s physical therapy assistant program and is working to complete a bachelor’s in natural science. He also serves as the president of the on-campus Military

It’s All How You Interpret It

As a freelance interpreter, Cheyanne Marsh, ‘17, works with a variety of Deaf and Hard of Hearing clients. She is self-employed, which means she builds her own schedule and decides whom she wants to work with–including political candidates and popular live performances. “I was extremely lucky to find a career that I love so much,” Cheyanne said. While taking American Sign Language classes through her high school’s after school program, she learned that she…

The Business of Healthcare

Jessica Bressler, ‘17, ‘19, always knew she wanted to work in the healthcare field, but it wasn’t until she was in her clinical rotation as a medical imaging major that she found what she really wanted to do. “Hospital administration touches so many more patients’ lives and gets more exposure for what they’re doing in healthcare. That’s what drove me to make the switch,” Jess said. After graduating with her associate degree in medical imaging

A Letter from a Mountie

Hello fellow Mounties, My name is Jacob Pasley and I am another proud Mount Aloysius Alumni.  I wanted to reach out to share my experiences and what I realized about the time I spent at Mount Aloysius College. I earned my Bachelors of Science Degree in Medical Imaging and Radiography at Mount Aloysius College in December of 2018. I left college uncertain of where my degree would take me, what opportunities I would have, and […]September 9th, 2020

A Desire to Help People

When Dr. Megan Chicoine, ‘15, was a student in the pre-chiropractic 3+1 program at Mount Aloysius, she participated in two service trips, one to Camden, New Jersey, and the other to Guyana, South America. Through these trips, her eyes were opened to the rest of the world, and she was able to help others.  This desire to help people continued into her career, as she was recently hired as a chiropractor at North Carolina-based practice,

‘Dreams Don’t Work Unless You Do’

When Elizabeth Ditty, ‘16, was in elementary school, she was determined to be a teacher at Tyrone Elementary School in Tyrone, PA.  Why that particular school? It was the school she attended, and she loved it. Now, after spending three years teaching preschool at The Goddard School in the State College area, Liz is returning to Tyrone as a kindergarten teacher. And she credits her teachers–from Tyrone Elementary to Mount Aloysius–for helping her to succeed […]August 19th, 2020

Leaving the Comfort Zone

As a business administration major, Julianna Wright, ‘20, wanted an internship that not only challenged her, but also helped to expand her skills and knowledge. When she learned about the internship opportunity at JWF Industries, she was interested. “I knew it was out of my comfort zone,” Julianna said. “I had no prior knowledge or experience in the manufacturing industry, but I was up for the challenge. I also felt confident in the company’s ability […]August 19th, 2020

An Interview with a Surgical Technologist

When Jozie Seaman was an undergrad at Mount Aloysius, she was quite involved in campus ministry. She received her associate’s in surgical technology in 2016, her bachelor’s in natural science in 2020, and is returning to MAC for her MBA in health care management. During her time as an undergrad, Jozie participated in several mission trips with Campus Ministry, including a trip to Guyana, South America. She graciously answered some questions to update the MAC …

Helping Others Succeed

Van Lanzendorfer, ’18, always wanted to help people, but he wasn’t certain about what he wanted to study until his girlfriend, now his wife, showed him the physical therapist assistant program at the Mount. “I signed up right away,” Van said. Now, as a stretch therapist and trainer at Revival Fitness and Rehab in Altoona, PA, Van says he uses the knowledge he gained at MAC every day. He works with clients of all ages …

Let’s Get Digital

Like most young millennials, Alex Way ‘18, ‘20, developed an interest in video editing, recording, filming, and photography in high school. The rise of social media and prevalence of digital media-based assignments in class created a spark that would grow and develop as Alex transitioned into life at Mount Aloysius College. “Finding out that there was an entire dedicated branch of student workers at Mount Aloysius for maintaining the college’s communications and social media presence […]

Mount Aloysius College Salaries

 Cresson, Pennsylvania


Calculate My Chances

Salaries by Major at Mount Aloysius College

How much money do Mount Aloysius College graduates make and which majors earn the most upon graduating? Six years after enrolling, alumni who are working have average earnings of $33,800 per year. After ten years, graduates earn $40,600 on average.

In terms of specific areas of study, the following is a ranking of degree programs by the median first-year starting salaries for Mount Aloysius College graduates.

The undergraduate degree which initially pays the highest is Registered Nursing, Nursing Administration, Nursing Research and Clinical Nursing with a median starting salary of $61,900 followed by Registered Nursing, Nursing Administration, Nursing Research and Clinical Nursing paying $58,000 and Allied Health Diagnostic, Intervention, and Treatment Professions graduates who have a median starting income of $37,600 .

Looking at post-graduate and doctorate students, those completing the .

Note about salary data: First year earnings data are aggregated by the US Department of Education and analyzes IRS reported income for Mount Aloysius College graduates who received federal financial aid in the form of grants or loans. Not all graduates or fields of study are represented as data for some degree programs are omitted for privacy purposes.

MajorEarnings
Registered Nursing, Nursing Administration, Nursing Research and Clinical Nursing (Bachelor’s Degree)$61,900
Registered Nursing, Nursing Administration, Nursing Research and Clinical Nursing (Associate’s Degree)$58,000
Allied Health Diagnostic, Intervention, and Treatment Professions (Associate’s Degree)$37,600
Business Administration, Management and Operations (Bachelor’s Degree)$33,600
Allied Health and Medical Assisting Services (Associate’s Degree)$27,400
Liberal Arts and Sciences Studies and Humanities (Bachelor’s Degree)$20,500