The Alumnae Association strives to welcome back all Mount St. Mary alumnae to the MSM community, to act as a collective voice for the school today, and to commit to continuing the Mercy tradition for future students of MSM.
The Mount St. Mary Alumnae Association has traditionally focused on providing alumnae fellowship events and inducting students as future alumnae. Annual events include the Alumnae Picnic during Homecoming/Reunion weekend, the Lenten Evening of Reflection, and Alumnae Induction.
The Alumnae Association continues the MSM legacy for current students each year through support of the Annual Fund, which keeps tuition at a lower rate than the actual cost of education, thus continuing the Circle of Mercy for today's students.
The Association is led by an Alumnae Board, which sets objectives and programming for alumnae in order to connect alumnae and serve our alma mater. In addition, the Association reports to, and is a part of, MSM's Development Committee. Every graduate is automatically a member of the Alumnae Association.
MSM relies on the help of volunteers for many of the alumnae events, communications/maillings and committee work. Please see the list of volunteer opportunities and let us know if you are interested in helping.
Take a tour of MSM and see the recent changes to the school as part of the Lasting Efforts Campaign. The project included a renovation of the existing '53 and '77 buildings, a 6,400 sq. ft. addition and renovation of the McAuley Center, and environmental and technological updates to the buildings.
Contact the MSM Development Office at 664-8006 to schedule a tour.
Heritage Hall, located off the MSM Gymnasium, preserves and displays memorabilia that document the history and traditions of Mount St. Mary Academy. The history of the school, in its many stages of buildings and locations, is visually displayed in several wall panels. The renovation of the hall, previously used as the coaches' offices, was donated by the Kelly Family. Lucille Metrailer Kelly '39 and her 7 daughters and 6 granddaughters represent the many generations of MSM alumnae in Mount St. Mary's rich history.