Hundreds of successful grads, spanning decades of Mount Saint Mary College history, journeyed back to their alma mater from September 23 to 25 for the college’s annual Alumni Weekend.
Alumni and their families celebrated their accomplishments, caught up with old friends and professors, and saw what’s new at the college that launched their careers. They enjoyed a barbecue with their classmates and professors; class dinners and other reunions; and more.
During the festivities, Danielle Greco ’98 was presented with the James V. McEnery Alumni Service Award for her continued service to her alma mater. Jay Paige ’12 was honored with the college’s Distinguished Alumni Award and Anthony Curti ’08 received the Distinguished Young Alumni Award. These recognized Paige’s and Curti’s contributions to society through their professional and volunteer work.
Following in the footsteps of St. Dominic, the Dominican Sisters of Newburgh established Mount Saint Mary College as a four-year institution in October of 1959. The Mount continues its rich tradition of academic excellence and dedication to community, about 20,000 graduates later.
The Mount is ranked a Top-Tier Regional University by U.S. News & World Report, and offers bachelor’s and master’s degree programs for careers in Nursing, Business, Education, and more.