Welcome to the Alumni Engagement website. The Macalester community extends far beyond the student experience. Once a student, you are connected with a support system for life – in whatever life phase you are going through.
Macalester will always continue to evolve to meet the current needs of students, but the spirit of Macalester remains steady. Whether you are a student or celebrating your 70th Reunion, you feel that drive to question the status quo, to discover everything there is to discover, to see the world bigger than you thought possible, to feel a deep passion around helping our communities, and to view life with an inclusive lens.
Whatever path you are on, we are here for you. We have ways to connect to students, to connect with other alumni, to learn, and to make an impact.
Thank you for all you do to live that Macalester spirit. Our world is grateful for you.
We invite you to explore the different ways to engage with the Macalester community.
Assistant Vice President, Engagement
OUR OFFICE HAS MOVED!
36 Snelling Ave South
Above the Highlander Bookstore
Please dial 6295 from the phone in the lobby for entry into the building.
The building is not equipped with an elevator. If there are any mobility/accessibility needs, our staff will meet you in an accessible location. Thank you!
Alumni, Share What’s Happening
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Alumni Board Nominations
Apply to be part of the Alumni board or nominate a fellow classmate. Learn more about the board and the nomination process.
Deadline for submission is Friday, January 10, 2020.
Planning an event with Macalester alumni and friends in your area? Share your event details with us and receive a MacPack to bring the Mac spirit to your gathering. Learn more…
The Mac Wire is the monthly e-newsletter for Macalester alumni, parents, and friends.
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