Mercyhurst College is a Catholic liberal arts institution located on the southern boundary of Erie, Pennsylvania, the state’s fourth-largest city. The institution, founded by the Sisters of Mercy, opened its doors to student living in 1926 and in the ensuing decades has become one of the top comprehensive colleges in the region and the second largest Mercy college in the U.S. Student housing is available throughout the city, where the Erie Art Museum, Warner Theater and Bicentennial Tower represent just a small sample of the the city’s cultural attributes. Today, the school continues to grow and attract new students with new developments on campus and an expanded offering of academic programs.
Over the past two decades, Mercyhurst has grown into a system of five campuses, and more than 4,000 students now move into Mercyhurst student housing as they work toward a degree or certificate. In the past decade, the school has enhanced student living by modernizing its campus with a the new Audrey Hirt Academic Center, the Ridge Health and Safety Building, new student housing and the state-of-the-art Center for Academic Engagement still on the way. In addition, Mercyhurst College has attracted more students with by increasing degree offerings. New programs for graduate students include masters courses in Exercise Science and an Entrepreneurial Track within the Organizational Leadership program.
While the city of Erie supports a variety of tastes and lifestyles, off campus housing in particular areas can make the student living experience more convenient and fulfilling. A Mercyhurst College apartment can be found minutes from the banks of Lake Erie, around attractions such as Hillside Park.
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Apartments near Mercyhurst College, Pennsylvania
- 1 Bed: $500 - 575
- 2 Bed: $600 - 650