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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.

  • Photo of alum Kaitlyn Bowser standing outside.

    Kaitlyn Bowser ’22

    “I still use a lot of the critical thinking and different thought processes I learned in my liberal arts education at McDaniel. I view the world as a puzzle and physics helps solve it."
  • 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.”
  • Photo of alum Perri Freeman standing in front of construction machinery.

    Perri Freeman ’21

    “Hard work comes with a price and requires sacrifice — it’s not glamorous. The payoff is long term. Work hard and work through the lows, because things will always get better.”
  • Photo of alumna Alyssa Romasco holding her degree from Quinnipiac University.

    Alyssa Romasco ’10

    “It’s never too late to make a change. If you’re going into something now, and that’s what you’re passionate about doing, there’s nothing wrong with following that path, while knowing that it’s okay that it may change later."
  • Photo of alumni Diego Weiner sitting on a couch.

    Diego Weiner ’13

    "I love that McDaniel has some of the top minds in political science. It didn’t really matter to me what the specific class was if, for example, Dr. Boukhars was teaching it, because I knew I was learning from the best."
  • Photo of alumna Alayna Meekins.

    Alayna Meekins ’22

    "I loved that all of my professors knew who I was if they saw me walking by. I got to make some really great connections through all of the people I was able to know."
  • Dominic Byerly ’20, M.S. ’22

    "The nice thing about the McDaniel Commitment is you get to take classes that get you out of your comfort zone. That gave me the freedom to explore what I wanted to do without feeling like I was forced down a certain path."
  • Alum Jason Swartz '18 standing at a marina.

    Jason Swartz ’18

    “It’s not just forestry and green spaces; it’s plants and people and culture. I’m even remembering my first year seminar class with Dr. Linda Semu, which was about race. Over the past year or two, we have been focusing our efforts on equity and environmental justice."