MCNY has over 12,000 alumni, most based in New York City.
Metropolitan College of New York graduates are a vibrant network of professionals engaged in improving our world, striving for excellence and making a difference wherever they are. The Office of Alumni Relations is dedicated to inspiring and supporting the work of MCNY alumni in Business, Community Health Education, Education, Emergency Management, Financial Services, Project Management, Government, Healthcare Management, Human Services, Information Technology, Media and Public Affairs, as citizens and public servants, to fostering their affinity for the college, and to providing opportunities for professional and personal networking. Help us keep this extraordinary network strong.
#myMCNY Alumni are the heart of our community!
We asked and you responded!
Thank you to all of the MCNY Alumni who participated in our survey. Your responses helped us gain insight into how we can better serve you. This information will help us improve the way we stay connected, promote engagement for our alumni network, deliver professional development workshops in-person and via webinars and provide networking opportunities. Below is a summary of the survey results. We encourage you to stay connected with us and reach out to the people in your cohort. Remember the time you spent together and reconnect!
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We look forward to seeing you at planned events this year and moving forward!
Here are the highlights…
What professional development workshops/seminar topics interest you most?
52% want to learn about Building Their Professional Network.
41% want to see Speakers Exploring Various Topics in Industry Fields.
36% would like to learn the most Effective Use of LinkedIn.
36% want to learn How to Manage Educational Loan Debt.
30% would like Tips on Advancing Up the Corporate Ladder.
What types of social events are you most interested in?
65% would like to attend Happy Hour Events.
60% want to Connect with Prior Classmates.
35% would like to see more Family Oriented Events.
What days and times are best for participating in professional development activities?
48% said Saturday mornings.
46% said Thursday evenings.
33% said Tuesday Evenings.
MCNY 45th Commencement Ceremony June 18, 2022
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Alumni ID Card
You must schedule an appointment to obtain your MCNY Alumni ID card. Please contact Clotilde Ibarra in room 623, 212-343-1234, ext.2800 or firstname.lastname@example.org. To receive your ID, you must have no outstanding debt to MCNY, legal proof/government-issued ID and pay a $10 fee (cash only).
Stay in touch
MCNY has many great services to offer our alumni. From career development to special alumni events, you don’t want to miss a thing. To make sure you don’t, complete the alumni information form, or contact the Office of Alumni Relations at email@example.com
Learn more about the book project – The Power of Purpose
“It is my great privilege to introduce this book, which aims to demonstrate the outsized impact of Metropolitan College of New York on our students and our communities across New York City.”
Dr. Joanne Passaro
President, Metropolitan College of New York
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