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Join us for our first 2024 Mac-Tail Hour!

Mac-Tail Hours are back, and we hope to see you there! McAuley Alumnae (21+) are invited to join us on Wednesday, June 5th for drinks and networking at Tiny Tapp on the riverwalk 🍹

Enjoy your first drink complimentary of Mother McAuley! RSVP today!

Join us for McAuley White Sox Night

The Mother McAuley Fathers' Club and Alumnae Office invite you to join us for McAuley White Sox Night on Monday, July 29! The first 500 ticket purchasers will receive an exclusive t-shirt to commemorate the event! 

Alumnae Spotlight - Kathleen Sullivan '16

Congratulations to Kathleen Sullivan '16 who was selected to serve on the Queen's Court for the 2024 St. Patrick's Day Parade! Kathleen marched in the Chicago St. Patrick's Day Parade on March 16th!

Grateful for our donors

We had a wonderful morning hosting our annual Donor Appreciation Breakfast at Mother McAuley yesterday. Our scholarship recipients had the opportunity to meet their generous donors and thank them for all they do to support our Mighty Mac community!




Inscape, our alumnae and donor magazine, is published two times a year in winter and summer, respectively. Inscape features news of school and student accomplishments, campus enhancements, alumnae updates and events and much more. 

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Alumnae Newsletter

Alumnae Newsletter

On the last day of each month, this e-newsletter reaches every McAuley alumna, who we have an email for within our system. In the e-newsletter, we provide updates on fellow alumnae, information on past and upcoming alumnae events, and school news updates.

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Alumnae Spotlights

Alumnae Spotlights

Hear all about your fellow Mighty Mac alumnae!

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Send your Updates

Did you get a new job, earn a new degree, win an award, or just want to tell us about your career? Do you have an alumna friend or relative you want to brag about? Are you interested in sharing your knowledge and skills with our students?

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