Mount Saint Agnes College
In 1971, Mount Saint Agnes merged with nearby Loyola College in Maryland, which still oversees the Mount Saint Agnes Alumnae Association. The college closed as its own degree-granting institution in 1972.
In cooperation with the Alumnae Association, Loyola College offers two scholarships each year to descendants and relatives of Mount Saint Agnes alumnae. The scholarship for an incoming first-year student is worth $5,000 (USD), as is the scholarship available for one graduate student.
The college's name lives on in the form of the Mount Saint Agnes Theological Center for Women, which operates from the former home of the college.
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