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We are Green Terrors for Life!

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

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The Hill Alumni Magazine Nationally Recognized & Celebrated

Our award-winning alumni magazine The Hill is published three times a year and includes pages of alumni-submitted notes to help you stay in touch with your classmates. With features that highlight alumni accomplishments and news on what's happening on campus, The Hill is just one more way to stay connected.

Alumni Perspectives

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

  • Photo of alum Kaitlyn Bowser standing outside.
    “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
    "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.
    "Every interning and student teaching experience I had just confirmed more and more for me that this was what I wanted to do."

Alumni Resources

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Alumni Owned Business Directory Feature your business!

This Alumni Owned Business Directory gives all Green Terrors the means to access helpful information regarding alumni-owned services, all in one place. This directory features alumni-owned businesses in a variety of industries, from photographers to fitness centers to your new favorite pizza place, and everything in between! 

Virtual Meetings

Career Resources Center for Experience and Opportunity

The Center for Experience & Opportunity continues to be accessible to alumni after graduation and serves as a gateway for you to stay connected with current students. McDaniel alumni are encouraged to take advantage of the full range of alumni career services provided through the CEO. Our goal is to offer robust services and tools to help alumni create a competitive job search package, make valuable connections, and identify potential employers and industry trends.

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College Ties Can Ne'er Be Broken

Gathering together to celebrate and reminisce among friends and classmates, speaking to students groups, and volunteering to mentor are the best parts of being a Green Terror. In addition to signature events, the Alumni Engagement Office at McDaniel offers a variety of programming (virtual and in-person) throughout the year to engage alumni in the mission of our campus, connecting generations of Green Terrors. Let us know how you want to be involved - we cannot wait to hear from you!

Recent News for Alumni

  • Student and faculty awards presented at Graduate Commencement

    Three special awards were presented during the May 20 Graduate Commencement ceremony. Two student awards were given to master’s degree recipients in McDaniel’s Reading Specialist: Literacy Leadership and Deaf Education programs, while a faculty award was presented to an online adjunct lecturer in the School Librarianship program.
  • Hollywood Producer Jim Wilberger '72 receives highest alumni honor

    Jim Wilberger, who is currently executive producer of Hallmark Crown Media and has more than 101 producing credits for movies, mini-series, and television movies, received the Trustee Alumni Award, the highest alumni honor given at McDaniel. He earned a bachelor’s degree in Theatre Arts in 1972 and regularly hosts McDaniel students in Los Angeles for film internships, assists the McDaniel Cinema Department with mentoring programs for current students, speaks on campus, and donates instructional materials to the department.
  • McDaniel College students perform in annual spring music concerts

    April and May are filled with musical performances featuring McDaniel students. For more information about the performances, which are free and open to the public, call 410-857-2599.