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Alumni & Friends

When you make a gift to Mercy College, you make a direct impact on students’ lives. Be part of Mercy students' success with a donation to the Annual Fund.

#GivingTuesday 2015

As we enter the holiday season we have much to be thankful for. After the turkey has be eaten, you have reunited with family and friends and started your holiday shopping, please consider giving back. On Tuesday, December 2, Mercy College will partner with the national Giving Tuesday organization for a day focused on giving back to a cause important to you. We will be sending out various communications and making phone calls asking alumni and friends to make a contribution to Mercy College. The gift you make will make a lasting impact on a student's life. Please mark your calendars and join us as we give back.

Read the Summer 2016 edition of Mercy Maverick Magazine and let us know what you think!

View the magazine here.

Lifelong Learning at Mercy

Our amazing speakers come from all walks of life to share insights and advice from their journeys. View this video to hear Emily Miethner, Social Media expert speak about building your LinkedIn profile and network to be the most successful. Miethner spoke at our Fall Alumni Career Workshop. Make sure to check our events webpage to see what upcoming Career Workshops we have coming up.

Alumni Spotlight: Margaret Foley Ingles '70

Margaret, a student from the Yonkers public school system in the 1960’s, didn’t think her family could afford to send her to college. However, Mercy came to her rescue as it still does today for many high school graduates. She was fortunate to receive a four year scholarship to Mercy’s honors program that changed her life.

Initially, Margaret aspired to be a kindergarten teacher, but Dr. Eva Ellis convinced her to become a Spanish major and see the world. The Spanish concentration at Mercy led her to a Masters and PhD program at New York University. Her bilingual education enabled her to travel throughout Europe as a young woman.

Margaret and her husband, Ed Ingles, a sports newscaster for WCBS News and CBS Radio, were married in the Rotunda on the Dobbs Ferry campus in 1979. They raised two children, and currently reside in Freeport, New York. Despite many challenges in their personal lives, they have consistently given back to Mercy since Mercy was a game changer for Margaret.

Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade Viewing

Thursday, November 26
Macy's Thanksgiving Day 
Parade Viewing Party
Manhattan Campus,
6th and 7th floors

Tickets have Sold Out

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