Welcome Alumni

You are the leaders, the scientists, the educators, the artists, and the entrepreneurs pursuing lives of purpose in this changing world. During this 175th year, we encourage you to stay engaged through events, class notes, volunteer opportunities, and more.

That’s You!

In fall 2016, Mary Baldwin announced the creation of University College, a new student entry point that includes residential and non-residential coeducational programs on the main campus in Staunton. Understandably, the news prompted a wide range of reaction from alumni, from shock and sadness to support and excitement. MBUalumni.org was set up to provide more information about University College as well as the continuation of our single-sex residential program, the Mary Baldwin College for Women, and related issues.

It’s as important as ever to stay connected and add your voice to our diverse global family. We encourage you to keep up the momentum of many who already generously volunteer your time and resources, and to recognize your fellow alumni with awards for their service and scholarship. If you have questions that aren’t addressed here, we invite you to visit the FAQ page or contact the Office of Alumni Engagement.

In fall 2016, Mary Baldwin announced the creation of University College, a new student entry point that includes residential and non-residential coeducational programs on the main campus in Staunton. Understandably, the news prompted a wide range of reaction from alumni, from shock and sadness to support and excitement. MBUalumni.org was set up to provide more information about University College as well as the continuation of our single-sex residential program, the Mary Baldwin College for Women, and related issues.

It’s as important as ever to stay connected and add your voice to our diverse global family.  We encourage you to keep up the momentum of many who already generously volunteer your time and resources, and to recognize your fellow alumni with awards for their service and scholarship. If you have questions that aren’t addressed here, we invite you to visit the FAQ page or contact the Office of Alumni Engagement.


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Volunteer
Mary Baldwin’s hardworking constituencies help the university maintain high standards of excellence. Volunteer support is always needed in all of the following areas: admissions , alumnae/i events, career networking, and class leadership . Ways to Volunteer Student Referral Form
Reunion Information
Event Hosting
Hosting an alumni event is a great way to reconnect with classmates, find new alumni in your area, and share ideas about how to support your alma mater. Start by contacting the Office of Alumni Engagement for guidance and so we can add the event to the university’s alumni events calendar.  Event Suggestions:
  • Cocktail Party
  • Brunch or Luncheon
  • Tea or Coffee
  • Dessert
  • Cultural event (opera, play, concert, museum tour)
  • Networking Breakfast
  • Admissions Reception
  • Happy Hour
  • Informational Seminar Plan an Event
Athletics Booster Club
The booster club supports all NCAA Division III programs at MBU, helping our student-athletes shine both in their contests and in the classroom.  From new dugouts for the softball field to “break trips” for athletes  that reduce missed class time due to travel, this group helps bridge many expenses that are not covered by the university’s budget. Support MBU Athletes

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