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McDaniel Alumni: We Are Green Terrors for Life!

Alumni Association Banner at Homecoming

#GreenTerror4Life Your journey doesn't end when you leave the Hill. It starts here and stays with you for life.


There is no more impactful way to give back to McDaniel College than to participate on the Alumni Council, the leadership body of McDaniel's Alumni Association.

The Alumni Association's Officers comprise the Alumni Council, which provides opportunities for enthusiastic alumni to become more engaged with the College and serve its needs.

  • Elizabeth Bittings Seay poses for a picture in front of a door in a classroom

    Elizabeth Bittings Seay ’14, M.S. ’24

    “I really love how McDaniel puts you in the classroom early on and lets you apply the skills you’re learning."
  • Headshot of Yael Zelinger in front of a brick wall.

    Yael Zelinger M.S. '99

    “[ASL is] such a beautiful, expressive language, and I found it so satisfying to be able to express myself in sign language."
  • A young woman in nursing scrubs stands next to an empty hospital bed.

    Taylor Bauman McWilliams ’19

    "McDaniel set a great foundation for me for nursing school and my nursing career."
  • Jenny Sandler, a white woman, stands in Arches National Park.

    Jenny Sandler ’09

    "English is arguably one of the most versatile and useful degrees because it’s applicable in a lot of different contexts."
  • Tricia Meola, a white woman standing in front of the Hollywood sign on a TV set, wearing a hat that says "The Rookie."

    Tricia Meola ’15

    “You have to want it and work for it. It can be hard, but seeing your name in the credits is always exciting.”
  • Alum Zach Nibbelink looks at the camera while sitting in an Apache helicopter cockpit.

    Zach Nibbelink ’14

    "Taking a wide range of courses outside of my major made me more well-versed in topics that I may not otherwise have been exposed to. My Political Science degree gave me base-level knowledge of foreign affairs and political climates throughout the world."
  • Nick Giusti holds up a McDaniel football jersey in front of a helicopter while stationed in Syria.

    Nick Giusti ’08

    "I really started to develop and shape my current work ethic while at McDaniel."
  • Courtney-Schlotterbeck

    Courtney Schlotterbeck '21

    "The Criminal Justice program as a whole was very unique in terms of the were learning from all these people that actually work or worked in the legal field and the justice system."
  • Alumna Amara Foster stands in front of a classroom board with colorful art and lessons on it.

    Amara Foster ’21

    "Every interning and student teaching experience I had just confirmed more and more for me that this was what I wanted to do."
  • Photo of alum Dimitri Lezcano sitting in a laboratory.

    Dimitri Lezcano ’19

    "I ended up majoring in Physics at McDaniel because I was interested in how things worked, how the universe works, and I thought it would be helpful for my future in engineering.”