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Welcome to MyMountMary Intranet Portal

Through the MyMountMary portal, Mount Mary students, faculty, alumnae and administrators can maintain and access institutional records and information. Your relationship with the University will determine the information available to you.
 
Why access MyMountMary?
  • register for courses
  • check grades
  • view giving history
  • collaborate in committees and groups
  • access policies and forms
  • access personal calendar and announcements
  • update your personal information
To gain access to My Mount Mary, you will need
  • Your ID number.
  • Your password.
    **If you do not remember your password, enter your User ID number, click "I forgot my password" and a new password will be sent to the most current email address in your record. If you need to update that email address, please contact the appropriate office as listed below.

Alumnae, contact Alumnae Relations, (414) 256-1254.
Current students, contact the Registrar's Office, (414) 256-1251.
Employees, contact Human Resources, (414) 256-1208.

Mount Mary's Strategic Initiatives and Goals 2011-2016

We came together in August 2010 to reflect and to begin a conversation about Mount Mary's future: How as a community can we not only extend but elevate our work to carry forward the mission of our University in the most meaningful ways?
 
  • Academic Excellence
  • Student Success
  • Community Impact
  • Financial Vitality
  • Campus Renewal
  • Vibrant Community
Faculty Handbook
Please contact the Vice President for Academic and Student Affairs with questions regarding the handbook, (414) 256-1203.
Table of Contents (.pdf, 48K)
March 2014
Chapter 1 - General Information (.pdf, 114K)
April 24, 2012
Chapter 2 - Governance of the College (.pdf, 156K)

October edition.

Chapter 3 - Administrative Personnel (.pdf, 15K)
April 24, 2012
Chapter 4 - Faculty Bill of Rights (.pdf, 270K)
February 2014 edition.
Chapter 5 - Academic Policies (.pdf, 423K)
July 2012 
Chapter 6 - Appendix (.pdf, 283K)
April 24, 2012
General Policies and Procedures (.pdf, 131K)
January 30, 2013
Faculty Benefits and Leaves of Absence (.pdf, 106K)
January 30, 2013
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Office of College Communications
EVENT PLANNING and ONLINE CALENDAR: Instructions for planning your next event and entering your event information into the new Bedework Online Calendar can be found on the intranet portal for the Office of University Communications.  A link to this portal is located in the red left-navigation column under the "Staff" tab.
 
Mount Mary Social Media Guidelines (.docx, 28K)
Mount Mary University recognizes that social media sites such as Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, YouTube, etc., and personal Web sites or blogs, can be effective tools for exchanging information and raising visibility. Please refer to the Social Media Guidelines at  https://my.mtmary.edu/ICS/Campus_Life/Campus_Groups/Social_Media_Users/ 
Higher Learning Commission Reports
Final Report - Higher Learning Commission Accreditation Visit (.pdf, 923K)
Supplemental Report on Change of Control (.pdf, 341K)

Supplemental Report on Change of Control, Structure, or Organization in preparation for the HLC site visit on April 30-May 1. The purpose of the visit is to validate that the essential functions of the University have not changed as a result of the change of control when the Milwaukee Province of the School Sisters of Notre Dame merged with three other provinces to become the Central Pacific Province.

Discussions
Creative Community Final Report (.pdf, 651K)
The Vision:  To be a creative community recognized for preparing leaders with a creative approach who contribute ideas and solutions to the community and beyond.  Download this Creative Community Final Report to find out why becoming a "creative community" is important to us and to our students.
College or University - Introduction to the Conversation (.doc, 121K)
During the January 2011 all-college workshop, a discussion began about whether we should continue to consider ourselves a college or whether it is time for us to name ourselves a university.  We invite you to engage in the conversation regarding:
  • What might be positive effects of Mount Mary becoming a university?
  • What concerns might individuals have about becoming a university?
Progress Report-College to University Discussion (.pdf, 212K)
The task force had its initial meeting on July 25, 2011.  The members have compiled a list of five questions which seem to express initial concerns expressed by various constituent groups regarding the possibility of moving from College to University. To address these concerns, the task force held "Continuing Conversations" open to the campus on October 14.  This report is a summary of comments gathered during these conversations.
Final Report from the College to University Task Force (.docx, 37K)
General
Security and Fire Safety Report, 2012 (.pdf, 201K)
Distributed October 1, 2012
 
Mount Mary University publishes this report in compliance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act. 
This report is prepared by the Public Safety Office in cooperation with other college departments. The Milwaukee Police Department also provides information concerning crime statistics for inclusion in the report. 
Weapons Policy:  Firearms and other dangerous weapons are not permitted on campus, nor is there an authorized storage space for them.  Weapons are not allowed in any college building.
Please call Public Safety at (414) 258-4810, ext.  421 with questions.
SSND Sponsorship Review (.pdf, 90K)
The 2011 Sponsorship Review was submitted to the Provincial Council of the Milwaukee Province and to the North American Sponsorship Coordinator. This document testifies to how profoundly the charism and educational vision of the School Sisters of Notre Dame are woven together with the mission and vision of Mount Mary College, founded by SSND in 1913.
Teaching and Learning in the Mount Mary Tradition (.pdf, 444K)

This booklet is meant to bring together the ventures and perspectives and concerns of many of the women and men who have made a commitment to the soul, indeed the mission, of Mount Mary.

Business Office
Access Business Office forms and paperwork as well as information about CashNet via the "Finances" tab.  For assistance, please contact the Business Office at (414) 258-4810. 
CashNet Electronic Payments (.pdf, 34K)
Mount Mary College uses the CashNet SmartPay system for the convenient and secure managmeent of online payments to student accounts. The system also allows parents to make direct online payments once they are authorized.
CashNet Frequently Asked Questions (.pdf, 58K)
Get the answers to frequently asked questions regarding the CashNet SmartPay online payment system used by Mount Mary College.
College Policies
Stated College Policies
Balloon Policy (.pdf, 58K)
Latex balloons are not allowed anywhere on campus including all outdoor areas such as the parking lots, signs, trees, benches, picnic tables, in the arches, or in doorways.
Children on Campus (.pdf, 20K)
From Campus Security. Issued via Announcements on Thursday, September 4, 2008.
Copyright Policy (.pdf, 71K)
May 4, 2012
Emergency School Closing Policy (.pdf, 11K)
November 2013.
Non-smoking policy (.pdf, 16K)
Parking Guidelines (.pdf, 7K)
Posting Policy (.pdf, 34K)
Flyers must be approved for posting by the Office for Student Affairs, Caroline Hall room 147. Ext. 220
Updated Policy in October 2009 and includes list of bulletin boards.
Copier Printing FAQs (.pdf, 131K)
Frequently Asked Questions regarding the University's student printing and copying policies.
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