All graduates of Marygrove College are automatically members of the Marygrove College Alumni Association and are entitled to the benefits, services, and discounts listed below. New benefits are being added regularly, so check back often.
You receive The Tower Times which is a newsletter published three times per year for graduates who earned their degree on campus.
Workshops, programs, seminars and events are offered throughout the year to support the personal, professional and spiritual enrichment of Marygrove College alumni.
You can get help with your resume, explore new career opportunities or find your next employee through Academic Advising and Career Services Office. For further information contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
You are allowed use the library facilities free of charge. Simply bring your diploma, mini diploma or transcript and you will be issued a library card. Alumni benefits at the library.
Marygrove provides several on-line services to alums including an e-mail directory, alumni business directory, event registration forms, and an on-line survey, as well as access to current and back issues of the alumni newsletter The Tower Times.
You will receive a 10% discount on your entire bill for a weekend stay (Friday – Sunday) and 15% off your entire bill for a weekday stay (Monday – Thursday). The Inn at the Rustic Gate, located in Big Rapids, Michigan, is a bed and breakfast, retreat and micro-conference center owned and operated by Patricia Barrett '71 and Marcia Stroko '71. For more information or to make reservations, call 800-319-5867 or visit www.innattherusticgate.com.
In addition to providing discounts for alumni, some of our affinity benefit providers also donate a portion of their proceeds to Marygrove College.
Disclaimer: Links to company Websites included in this section are not under the control of Marygrove College, and therefore the College is not responsible for the content of any linked site. Marygrove College provides these discount programs as a service to our alumni; their inclusion should not be considered an endorsement of the products and services provided by these vendors.