Marywood University Alumni Association

Since 1915, our alumni have been living their Pacer pride out loud. We have worked hard to support our students' educational journeys, as well as their identity-forming, passion-developing, purpose-driven lives at Marywood University.

In turn, we’ve built an alumni network that’s a powerhouse of amazing people who are living their dreams. We see alumni involvement and connection as a testament to the community that we built on campus, and we’d love for you to stay involved after you graduate.

Alumni Pacer Profiles

Alumna Barbara Sowinski makes a million dollar contribution to support renovation efforts for Marywood's Liberal Arts Center.

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Latest Alumni News

Dr. Jeffrey Rutter, Psychology Professor and U.S. Air Force Veteran, pictured with a background of Flags for the Fallen, is the guest speaker for Marywood's Veterans Ceremony on November 10. Ceremony Set to Commemorate Veterans

Ceremony Set to Commemorate Veterans

Jeffrey Rutter, Psy.D., a clinical psychologist and psychology professor at Marywood University, who served as a commissioned officer in the U.S. Air Force before pursuing his academic career, will serve as guest speaker at the November 10 event.
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  • Marywood's 2023 Alumni Award Winners stand with Marywood President Sister Mary Persico, IHM Alumni Honored with Awards

    Alumni Honored with Awards

    Marywood University welcomed alumni back to campus, along with families of current students, during its combined celebration of Alumni & Family Weekend, September 22-24. Alumni Award winners were honored at a dinner on Saturday, September 23.

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  • Marywood students stand near a car that was featured in the recent Crusin' for a Cause Car Show. Cruisin’ for a Cause Car Show Benefits St. Joseph’s Center

    Cruisin’ for a Cause Car Show Benefits St. Joseph’s Center

    Cruisin’ for a Cause was hosted by Marywood's SOUL (Students Organized to Uphold Life), in collaboration with MAC (Marywood Activities Council) and SAA (Student Alumni Association). All proceeds, totaling $900, benefitted Saint Joseph's Center.

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