All Washington College alumni are members of the WC family, and the Office of Alumni Relations & Annual Giving is here to make sure you’re taken care of like family. Whatever you need, you can find it here. And if you can’t find it, let us help.
When you can’t make the trip back to Chestertown, visit us online for all the latest news about what’s happening on campus, what your Alumni Chapter is planning, and what’s new with your professors and classmates.
How to be Awesome
Join an Alumni Chapter for regular get-togethers, including the annual Toasts to George that take place all over the country. Come back for Alumni Weekend. Get Your WC Gear through the campus bookstore.
Share your skills by becoming a volunteer. Meet a current student in your area through the Voyagers program. Tell your friends what’s new with a Class Note in the WC Magazine. Nominate fellow awesome alumni for an Award.
As a captain in the U.S. Air Force, Christopher Smith ’07 is completing his dentistry education in one of the top oral surgery residencies in the country, helping repair the trauma suffered by veterans and civilians alike.
Alumna and Academy-Award winning producer Tammy Tiehel-Stedman ’86 will present an exclusive screening of her newest film, Slow Learners.
Dr. Gillin shared ten facts you more than likely never knew about himself, so read on to find out more about one of Washington College’s longest-running and most celebrated professors!
The RiverArts Studio Gallery will host the CV Starr Center for the American Experience’s third StoryQuest exhibit, Home Front, World War II: Chestertown Remembers.
As a part of Path to Passion, Alumni Relations hosted an Alumni Entrepreneurship Panel on October 20 in the Center for Career Development.
Suzanne Fischer-Huettner ’95, Megan Walburn Viviano ’07 and Laura Reiter ’10 returned to campus to address students about their careers in media as part of Path to Passion programming by Alumni Relations. All three women credited the education and opportunities they had at Washington College with preparing them for their careers.