Graduates of the School of Philosophy are to be found all around the world and in all walks of life. Some are putting their studies with us to direct use as teachers, in colleges, universities, seminaries, high schools, and other settings; others are deploying their education at The Catholic University of America in ways that are more indirect. Yet no matter where they settle or what their occupation, it is our hope that every graduate of the School of Philosophy will have formed, during his or her time with us, habits of mind and heart that are indispensable to lives lived to the full, lives of genuine human flourishing.
If you are an alumnus of the School of Philosophy, we would love to hear from you, to learn what you are up to and how you are faring. If you happen to be in the area, think about dropping by to say hello or to sit in on a class with one of your former teachers. We also encourage you to stay connected with the University's Division of University Advancement. There are Alumni Association chapters throughout the country.
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Without the assistance of countless friends and benefactors over the past six score years, we could not possibly have carried on our educational mission.
It is already a great help to us when our alumni draw upon their studies in the School to contribute, in a myriad of ways, to the common good. If you are in a position to do so, you can also support our work by hiring a graduate of the University or serving as a mentor. If you know of any high-school students who are thinking about college, by all means encourage them to take a look at The Catholic University of America. Prayers are also welcome. And, of course, we are beholden to a great many generous donors for their financial support. We are grateful for your support in whatever form it comes!