President of Mary Immaculate College, Prof. Eugene Wall, summed up MIC's desire to foster lasting links with alumni when he said that “individually and collectively, all of our students, both current and graduated, embody our College’s mission - ultimately to make the world a better place through our ideas, our innovations and our engagement. They have the ability to develop and shape ideas that will make a positive and lasting impact on the world”.
The annual MIC Alumni Reunion is our largest event for graduates and takes place in October. It is a wonderful opportunity to meet up with old friends, and reacquaint themselves with the many developments at MIC.
The reunion is open to all graduates from across the years and will provide a great opportunity to reminisce, network with other alumni and keep up to date with the many changes at the College. Milestone years for the 2019 Alumni Reunion are years that end in a ‘9’ or a ‘4’ i.e. 1949, 1954, 1959, 1964, 1969, 1974, 1979, 1984, 1989, 1994, 1999, 2004, 2009 and 2014.
Reunion activities include a ‘meet and greet’, mass in the College Chapel (optional), refreshments, group photographs and campus tours.
Stay in Touch
MIC is glad to hear from our past graduates and there are a number of ways to engage with the College.
Sign up for the bi-monthly MIC Alumni Newsletter by emailing: Alumni@mic.ul.ie
The MIC Alumni & Friends Facebook page features regular news and updates about alumni and upcoming events. The official MIC social accounts also feature regular posts about current and former students and staff.
Let Us Know!
Do you have a recent appointment or achievement you want to share with the College community via social media? The College is always seeking graduates willing to do written/video testimonials about their experiences at MIC and the benefits of studying here. Please let us know or express interest by emailing Alumni@mic.ul.ie
MIC Alumni Library Scheme
If you are a graduate of MIC and wish to borrow books from the College Library, there is a Summer Borrower Scheme. For a refundable fee of €50, you can borrow three books for two weeks from mid-May to the end of August. Terms and Conditions apply. For more information contact: Userservices@mic.ul.ie or call +353 61 204370
MIC graduates are making a difference in a vast range of sectors including business, the media, sports, politics, religious affairs and more. Here are a few you might have heard of...
- Pat McDonagh (businessman & founder of Supermacs)
- Dr Carmel Naughton (philanthropist)
- Jacqui Hurley (radio & television sports broadcaster)
- Róisín Meaney (bestselling author)
- Alphonsus Cullinan (Bishop of Waterford & Lismore)
- Dáithí Ó Sé (broadcaster)
- Jim Daly (politician)
- Micheál Lehane (reporter & broadcaster)
- Máirín Quill (politician)
- Páidí Ó Lionáird (columnist & broadcaster)
- Dara Ó Cinnéide (former Kerry footballer & radio broadcaster)
- Stephen Ryan (music)
- Tommy Bulfin (television commissioning editor)
- Tony Killeen (politician)
The College has a strong sporting tradition and is extremely proud to have had countless inter-county GAA players study here, as well as prominent names in rugby, hockey and other disciplines.