Alumni House
Organization Description

There is no other place like St. Mary’s. Whether you graduated from St. Mary’s College of Maryland, the four-year institution, or its predecessor schools, you are all part of the College’s alumni family.

April 4, 2023
Alumni, students and community members got their hands dirty on Sunday, April 2, in the name of the St. Mary’s Way, as the College’s Alumni Association kicked off its annual Bay to Bay Service Days.

Since 2017, supporters across the country have volunteered to give back to their local communities… Find Out More
April 7, 2022
Michael Menninger ’11, of Newport Beach, Calif., was recently named to the U.S. sailing team challenging for the 37th edition of the America’s Cup. 

While attending St. Mary’s College, Menninger was named a three-time All American, two-time National Champion and was twice a finalist for College… Find Out More
September 17, 2021
Dear SMCM Community,

Since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, St. Mary’s College of Maryland has been committed to maintaining a safe environment for our campus community. We are back to in-person teaching and learning as a result of the protocols implemented to ensure the safety of our students… Find Out More
July 8, 2020
Dr. Sandy Buchaman Collins ’88 is an orthopedic hand surgeon at a level II trauma center in Ft. Myers, Florida.
Collins and her colleagues continued taking calls and treating injuries while their community was shut down.
She said she and her colleagues are glad to be able to do their part for the… Find Out More
June 15, 2020
1st Lt. Alexander Walls ’13 is currently serving as the Officer in Charge of the Innovation Program/MakerSpace for 2nd Marine Logistics Group, Camp Lejeune, North Carolina. Under normal circumstances, the Marines in his section would be training troops attached to II Marine Expeditionary Force how… Find Out More
May 21, 2020
Dr. Kathleen Stephanos ‘05 is an emergency room physician in both the adult and pediatric emergency rooms at Strong Memorial Hospital in Rochester, New York.

In addition to treating COVID-19 patients in her day-to-day work, Stephanos is creating an online learning elective for medical students… Find Out More
May 19, 2020
Catherine Anderson Mailman ‘96 provides direct care to patients with COVID-19 and says she feels privileged to do so. 

She works as a physical therapist at a skilled nursing facility in Nassau County, New York.

“The work is stressful, but I am proud, privileged and humbled to be in a position to… Find Out More
May 11, 2020
Mary Wagner '19 and the St. Mary’s County Young Professionals (SMYP) are working to keep local young professionals engaged in the community while maintaining social distance during the pandemic. 

“SMYP has a great opportunity to let young professionals dive into what St. Mary’s County has to offer… Find Out More
May 4, 2020
Alumni Jayson Williams '03 and Matt Newcomer '05 of Maryland Strategic Consulting and Mayson-Dixon Properties & Development, have helped to deliver millions of units of masks, protective gear, wipes, and other supplies to hospitals, senior living facilities, nursing homes and government… Find Out More
April 29, 2020
Catherine Teater Grube ‘06 is putting the emphasis on the community portion of her business motto: “Coffee. Conversation. Community. ” 

The St. Inie’s coffee shop owner recently began St. Inie’s Service Salute to provide coffee and beignets to first responders, medical professionals and grocery… Find Out More