Find out what's going on soon and what's coming up later in the year!
- Summer Career Development Series
- Alumnae Induction and Graduates Coffee
- Teddy Bear Tea
- Alumnae Columbus Day of Service
- New York Alumnae Reception
- Esprit de Noel
- Gold-White Homecoming
- Thanksgiving Eve Reunions
- Alumnae Christmas Eve Mass
- Gonzaga Business Network Career Fair
- Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service
- Florida Alumnae Reception
- Boston Alumnae Brunch
- Junior Career Day
Alumnae are invited to attend this annual Christmas Market, with over 70 unique vendors. Stop by Friday night’s Bistro Happy Hour for a chance to catch up with fellow alumnae, parents and other members of the Visitation community. Learn more!
This event is a special collaboration between the Counseling and Alumnae Offices that welcomes accomplished Visitation graduates in a range of career fields back to campus to address the junior class. Through a keynote lecture and panel discussions, students glean tips, tools, and insights from fellow Visitation women and hear firsthand accounts of professions ranging from medicine to marketing, journalism to education. Each component of the day also features a Q&A session so that students can ask about specific issues and get personalized feedback and advice.
Return to campus for a fun-filled weekend reuniting and reminiscing with classmates. The weekend offers reunioners a multitude of events over three days. Friday night features an all-alumnae Happy Hour in the Quad, followed by class-specific parties for reunion years. At Saturday's luncheon, we honor several women with our alumnae awards and celebrate each class. Saturday night includes an exciting cocktail dinner with class photos, a DJ, and dancing! Invitations are mailed in February. Learn more about Reunion.
At Reunion, three alumnae were honored with awards for their service and dedication. Anne Cotter Rowan '57 was given the Margaret Mary Sheerin Award for her dedication to Visitation. Kathleen "Kitty" Wach '82 and Louise Burke Whalen '67 were honored with St. Jane de Chantal Service Awards for their service to others.
Dannie Suber '08 has launched a new restaurant rating app, Tidbit.
Jeanne Marie Hathway '16 wrote about pro-life feminism as a guest columnist for the Catholic News Agency.