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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.

Make a Difference, Become a Volunteer

Alumni volunteers build community and inspire generosity to secure Mercy's future.  Become a class agent and help to represent your class. Get involved by working with current Mercy students.  Volunteer to work at any number of our events in New York City, the surrounding area, and around the U.S. throughout the year.

Contact the Office of Alumni Relations at (914) 674-7759 or email alumni@mercy.edu for more information or to volunteer.

Calling for Alumni Stories!

We invite alumni to submit a brief (250-500 word) personal story of where they have been, the advice they would give their younger self and a little bit about their Mercy College experience. Our hope is to showcase the journey after Mercy for alumni in different fields and at varied stages of their lives.  

Stories can be sent to kmckenna7@mercy.edu. Each submission will be reviewed and considered for our website and upcoming alumni publications. Every submission will receive a gift as a token of our appreciation.

Alumni Advisory Council

In the Fall of 2014 a group of Mercy alumni met to discuss ways they could enhance the Mercy College alumni group. From this meeting the group decided to form the Alumni Advisory Council.

The mission of the Council is to engage and reconnect a diverse group of Mercy alumni to serve as ambassadors for the College, other alumni, students and the overall Mercy community. Members of this group also help support Mercy College’s mission of “providing motivated students the opportunity to transform their lives through higher education…”

To date The Council has met three times to discuss alumni events, communications and ways alumni can be more involved in Mercy campus life. If interested in learning more about the Alumni Advisory Council please contact the Alumni Relations Office at 914-674-7759 or alumni@mercy.edu.

Members of the Alumni Advisory Council:
Jose L. Barzola MBA '14
Theresa Bologna '65
Ramon E. Cordies '83
Lucinda Cross '14
Lisa M. Ferrari '82
Rose M. Harper '08
Joseph A. Iannelli '96
Lisa Mills-Campbell '98, MBA '01, MS '13
Marjolein C. Mooney '88
Anthony J. Mullen MS '02
Marques C. Payne '09
Patricia R. Reineke MS '99
Cynthia A. Rubino '82
Requel Russell-George '96
Mary T. Stroock MS '98
Luis E. Torres MS '00
Todd M. Young '09

Alumni Volunteer Responsibilities:
  • Volunteer at one of our alumni events
  • Promote Mercy alumni events and information on your social networks
  • Encourage alumni to support Mercy College through annual giving
  • Make an annual gift to the College
  • Help brainstorm, plan and execute upcoming alumni events
  • Spread the word to classmates and friends to keep the Alumni Relations Office informed by updating their current personal and business information. 
  • Tell us if you hear of an alumni accomplishment so we can profile you or your friend in our "Alumni In the News"
  • Give us your feedback! We want to hear from you and would like to assist you any way we can. 
Benefits to being an Alumni Volunteer:
  • Recognition in publications including the Mercy College Annual Report and the Mercy College website
  • Special invitations to Mercy events
  • Opportunity to network with alumni and classmates
  • Giving back to your Alma Mater!
Class Agent

Class Agents play an important role in the Mercy College Annual Fund campaign and in planning events such as reunions and Founders' Weekend.  The Class Agents serve as the primary and most personal contact between the College and their classmates.  Represent your class, increase class participation, foster greater pride among alumni and become a Class Agent today.

Contact the Office of Alumni Relations for more information about becoming a Class Agent.