Message from the President

  • Dr. Marc Long

Welcome to Mount Marty College! For 80 years, we’ve focused on preparing students for a contemporary world of work, service to the human community, and personal growth.

When I have the opportunity to welcome new students to our beautiful campus, I mention the usual things — study hard, get involved, but don’t be over-committed. But I also encourage newcomers and visitors to get to know the Benedictine sisters, many of whom have spent their lives in the service of God at Mount Marty College.

With the inspiration that the Sisters provide, the faculty and staff of Mount Marty College create a sense of wonder for those who study and work here. As a community, we seek to answer questions and better understand those things that perplex us. We strive to make our corner of the world better each and every day, to serve God, and to love those around us.

It is often said that education is not the filling of a pail but the lighting of a fire. I hope you’ll “light your fire” with us at Mount Marty College.

 — Marc Long


The Mount Marty College (MMC) Strategic Plan sets a clear, achievable, measurable, and powerful path to a future of greater institutional distinction. This plan is structured to promote positive change by inspiring strategic thinking, encouraging collaborative work, enhancing areas of strength, and supporting timely and data-driven decision making.

The Strategic Map provides a clear-cut summary of the Strategic Plan.

View the Strategic Map

Dr. Marcus Long — President

Katie Harrel — Vice President and Dean for Student Affairs

Sister Candyce Chrystal, Ph.D. — Interim Vice President for Academic Affairs and Dean of the College

Christian Hunhoff —  Chief Information Officer 

Christopher Kassin — Athletic Director

Sister Marietta Kerkvliet — Vice President for Mission

Tabitha Likness — Vice President for Finance and Administration

Dr. Thomas Lorang — Strategic Initiatives Consultant

Stephanie Moser — Dean of Enrollment

Joanna Mueller — Assistant to the President

Barb Rezac — Vice President for Advancement