Approximately 400 students received their degrees at the 69th Annual Commencement ceremony in May.
Did you find love while attending Mount Aloysius or do you want to honor your time here at the College? If so, we want to hear from you!
Kim Craig considers Mount Aloysius College to be one of the regions “best kept secrets.” Prior to his service on the President’s Advisory Council, his knowledge of the College and its mission was limited. He was introduced to Mount Aloysius through one of his business associates and was mostly drawn to the rich history of the College.
The College was fortunate to receive an incentive from a charitable trust in early 2009 for an anonymous challenge gift opportunity.
A letter from the Alumni Association President, Lydia Dobrowlsky, Class of 2002 and 2004.
Much has changed in the field of radiology since Wilhelm Roentgen’s discovery of the X-Ray in 1895. Over the years, technology has been invented and improved, the majority within the past decade. The medical imaging program at Mount Aloysius College has also expanded to include specializations and concentrations, multiple locations and cutting-edge equipment.
“What I remember most is being able to feel God’s presence. It was peace providing for me to be surrounded by the Sisters and other members of the clergy,” Lorraine (Keller) Gearhart said of her time at Mount Aloysius College.
Reunion 2009 can be summed up in one word—memorable! From Florida to California and towns in between, the largest showing of alumni so far attended Reunion 2009, just shy of 240!
Four alumni were selected to receive the Distinguished Alumni Award, which was established in 2006. This recognition is presented to individuals nominated for their dedicated service to their careers, communities and to the Mercy tradition of Mount Aloysius.
MAC went on the road to the Bedford Springs Resort, Sunnehanna Country Club, Somerset Country Club and Blairmont Club.
Last summer, Frank Crouse, Vice President for Enrollment Management and Jackie Gutshall, Director of Marketing and Public Relations selected Paskill, Stapleton and Lord, an enrollment consulting agency, to create a new look and tagline for the College.
It was a breakthrough year for the Mount Aloysius College baseball and softball teams, and certainly a year to remember for their respective coaches.
Mount Aloysius had numerous alumni gatherings throughout the year.
During Phonathon, we had many alumni asking to reconnect with fellow classmates. If your name is listed below, you have a classmate who is anxiously waiting to hear from you. To find out which classmate is looking for you, contact Cindy Henderson, Alumni Relations Associate, at 814-886-6396 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Your prayers are requested for the repose of the souls of the following members of the Mount Aloysius community:
We thank all alumni and their families for sharing often what are family heirlooms to help support the efforts to preserve the history of Mount Aloysius.
Lost Alums – We know you’re out there and we look forward to hearing from you! If you can help us locate these alums, please email Natalie Depto-Vesey, Director of Alumni Relations at
email@example.com or call 814-886-6425.
Sr. Benedict Joseph Watters officially retired from Mount Aloysius College.
At Mount Aloysius College many alumni and friends are committed to the institution as they once knew it – built on experiences and memories from past years or decades.
Four Mount Aloysius faculty members have been promoted.