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Stay Connected

A Network of 18,000+ Alumni

Stay connected with fellow alumni by sharing stories, attending events, or joining our National Alumni Association.

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Connect Spiritually

Weather you're coming back to campus for an event or just looking to see how our faith is well-lived today, see the sacred spaces on campus that serve as places for the entire Mount community to reflect and pray.

Visit our Sacred Spaces
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Get Involved

Staying connected is important and there are plenty of ways to get involved, even if you can’t make it back to campus often. Stay involved in local alumni chapters or other means including:

  • National Alumni Association

    Join one of 28 chapters that keep 18,000 alumni connected around the world, to each other as well as to the social, intellectual, and spiritual life of the Mount.

  • Volunteer for Reunion Weekend

    Help us shape the weekend that brings your classmates back together to share stories, celebrate successes and hang out at the Mount again - you may even be able to stay in your old room.

  • Class Agent Program

    It's like being the class president again. Help your class stay in touch, voice your ideas, share class news, and prepare for the next class get-together.

  • Young Alumni Association

    If you recently graduated and have some great ideas for the Mount but can't quite give back financially (hello student loans), then this group is for you. Share ideas and connect with others who have graduated within the last ten years.

  • Admission Volunteer Program

    Did you love your Mount experience and want to share that with the next class? Join the AVP and help encourage prospective students to become Mounties.

Connect Online

Looking for a classmate? Log in to our online directory to connect with friends and classmates or to register for events.

Visit the Online Directory

Honoring Alumni

We believe you deserve to be celebrated for your achievements even after you graduate from the Mount. Here are a few honors we bestow upon Mount alumni. Learn more about our awards and nominate the next deserving alum.

  • Brute Medal Honors

    The highest level of honor bestowed to an alumnus/a by the National Alumni Association, this honor is awarded during our annual reunion weekend.

  • Athletic Hall of Fame

    Established by the National Alumni Association in 1972, the Athletic Hall of Fame annually recognizes former Mount student athletes who “have exhibited athletic prowess of an outstanding nature in an intercollegiate sport.”

  • Distinguished Young Alumni Award

    This award recognizes young alumni (15 years out or younger), who, have brought honor and distinction to their alma mater by their success, interest and support of the Mount through the National Alumni Association.

  • Bishop James E. Walsh Award

    This award is presented by the National Alumni Association to an alumnus/a who has rendered outstanding service to Mount St. Mary's University and Seminary and his/her community.

  • John Cardinal McCloskey Award

    Presented annually by the National Alumni Association at the Seminary Alumni Reunion Dinner to a Mountaineer priest for outstanding service to the Mission of the Church.

  • Pride of the Mount Award

    The Pride of the Mount Award recognizes individuals who have demonstrated an extraordinary commitment to Mount St. Mary's over the years through personal generosity of their resources, time and talent. Awardees represent the very best of American philanthropy and embody the very spirit of the Mount.

  • Academic Circle of Excellence

    To be in the Circle of Excellence is to be honored as a distinguished Mount alumnus/a and a leader in your community or chosen profession.

Gone but not Forgotten

We remember the legacy of our fellow alumni who have passed on, and we keep them in our prayers as we strive to live our own lives in the spirit they have left behind.

In Memoriam