Alumni at Aquinas College

Events and Volunteer Opportunities

From athletic games to breweries to award receptions, we love to gather with fellow Saints and you should join us! Please browse through our upcoming events to get more information.

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Slay the Dragon Talk Back with Katie Fahey '11

Join us in watching Slay the Dragon, the film Variety has called, "The most important political film of the year. And it may prove to be one of the key political films of the decade."

This critically acclaimed documentary features Aquinas alumni, including Katie Fahey '11, and others in their journey to end gerrymandering in Michigan.

Let's celebrate the public premiere of this film on Friday, April 3!

Here's what you need to do:
1. Register at the link below. The first 50 registrants will receive a link to watch the film free of charge, courtesy of the Aquinas College Office of Alumni Engagement.

2. On April 3 at 9 p.m. EST, Katie will join us on Zoom for a live Q&A about the film. Zoom details for the Q&A will be sent directly to you via email.

Register at by Thursday, April 2.  


Good Friday Stations of the Cross (Facebook Live)

Join alumna Amy Sherman ‘94 and Father Stan Drongowski, O.P. on Facebook Live for Stations of the Cross on Friday, April 10th at 12pm.

Let us know you're interested at:


Alumni, family members, and friends of the Aquinas Community are remembered in prayer at our Memorial Mass held on
Tuesdays at 4:30 p.m. in the Our Lady Seat of Wisdom Chapel.
Masses are held during the school year only.
If a loved one or alumna/alumnus of Aquinas has passed away and you would like them to be included in the mass, please complete our online form.
Be sure to include all family members who are alumni.

View the Aquinas College Calendar of Events for info on concerts, plays, gallery shows, lectures and more.

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