Supporting lifelong connections

We strongly believe that the nurturing, support and exceptional career training you received at Mount Ida College need not end upon graduation. As a member of our Alumni Association, you will enjoy a lifelong connection to Mount Ida and your fellow classmates. In addition to planning more than 20 alumni-focused events per year—including Homecoming and Reunion Weekend—the Alumni Association also supports numerous programs that encourage, promote and strengthen our alumni by providing advocacy, training and financial support.

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Through the association’s various activities and initiatives such as career networking, senior class legacy gifts and scholarship support, you also have the chance to give back to the college and our students, so that they can benefit from the same education, career training and guidance that propelled you to personal and professional success.

An opportunity for impact

We urge alumni to become active members in our Alumni Association. One way is to join the Alumni Council, the governing body of the association. As a member of the Alumni Council and our various committees, you can make a significant, positive impact on Mount Ida and our students—now and into the future.

For more information on Alumni Council and its committees, please review the Alumni Bylaws.

Mount Ida College Athletic Association Annual Golf Tournament June 5, 2015

Please join the Mount Ida College Athletic Association Annual Golf Tournament to support the student athletes of Mount Ida College and its 16 NCAA Division III varsity teams. Register now at www.mountida.edu/golf.   Tournament Schedule Friday, June 5, 2015 Wayland Country Club 7 a.m. …

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Mount Ida Alumna Finds Passion for Helping Students Through Her Non-Profit

June 2014 - Mount Ida alumna Nurys Camargo is helping to empower the next generation of female leaders in Massachusetts through her organization CHICA Inc., a Boston-based nonprofit organization for Latinas ages 14-18 from low-income …

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