Undergraduate and graduate alumni as well as SMC families and Trinity College alumnae are always welcome at SMC regional events!
This schedule changes often so we invite you to check back regularly. With the help of our alumni and parent volunteers, the Office of Alumni and Family Relations plans between 50-60 events over the course of the year, including regional and on campus events. If you have an idea for an alumni and family event please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you wish to RSVP for any of the events below please call 888.448.7111 (option 2 or 3) or email email@example.com.
Save the Date for the following events!
August 9 Alumni and Family Reception in York, Maine. Hosted by Trustee Michael McGrath.
More details coming soon.
August 15 St. Mike's Night at Fenway. More details and ticket information coming soon.
August 17 Vermont Lake Monsters game! More details and ticket information coming soon.
Sept. 7 The Boston Club's Annual Event Planning Meeting at a location TBD.
Sept. 9 Annual Hyannis Yacht Club Reception. Mr. Tim Lovelette '75 and his daughter, Amy Lovelette Hernandez '03 invite you to join them and fellow alumni
for a cocktail reception on the Cape.
Sept. 15-17 Alumni and Family Weekend. Click here for a full schedule!
Sept.16 Athletic Hall of Fame Induction Dinner. Congratulations to our 2017 inductees!
The 1957-58 men's basketball team, Paul Barous '89 (soccer), C.J. Spirito '90 (cross country),
Meghan Scalley Fisher '02 (field hockey), and Eileen Mullowney '12 (swimming and tennis).
To register for the dinner please click here.
Sept. 16 New York Yankees vs. Baltimore Orioles at Yankee Stadium. Join fellow NYC alumni, parents and friends for
Sept. 27 Beer Tasting at Back East Brewery in Bloomfield, CT. Join Tony '00 and Shannon Karlowicz '00 as they celebrate their brewery's five-year anniversary with a tasting just for SMC
alumni, parents and friends. 6-8 p.m.
Oct. 9 Red Sneakers for Oakley Day. Join us from wherever you are as we raise awareness of life-threatening food allergies by wearing red sneakers, red socks or red shoelaces in honor of Oakley Debbs. Oakley, the son of alumnus Bobby Debbs '87, died in November 2016 from anaphylaxis resulting from an allergic reaction to nuts.
There will be on campus programming dedicated to educating our community on food allergies, including information on epi pen access for rescue workers, and a demonstration on how to use epi pen injectors and more.