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Alumnae/i welcome!

We want to welcome you to our Alumnae/i Association! Since Saint Mother Theodore Guerin accepted her first student at Saint Mary-of-the-Woods Academy in 1841, thousands of women and men have been taught by Sisters of Providence in elementary school, high school or college . We want you to feel free to share with us events planned across the United States for alumnae/I, and more often in order to keep all of you connected.

Our Mission Advancement office will continue to serve the need of all of you!

Alumnae/i events

Upcoming alumnae reunion dates


St. Columbkille, Chicago – A succesful 50th reunion took place for the members of the class of 1969. No other reunions are planned at this time.

St. John Academy – Sunday, September 8, at St. John Church, 126 W. Georgia St., Indianapolis. (You may contact Clare Biggers at cbiggers321@att.net).

St. Rose Academy – October 5, 2019 (You may contact Mary Ann Thacker at marypearl66@yahoo.com).

Marywood Evanston – October 5, 2019 (You may contact Sue Brander at branderps@ameritech.net).

Providence (Chicago) – You may contact providencealumnae@sbcglobal.net or by voicemail, Andrea Pocica at 708-802-4722 for any information.

Immaculata – October 13, 2019 (You may contact Tina McManus Harrington at tmh9801@aol.com).

Indy All-Girls – Undetermined at this time (You may contact Sue Dillane Powell at powell0626@msn.com).

Ladywood School, Indianapolis – Undetermined at this time (You may contact Mary Add (Wilson) Baker at MaryAdd@frontier.com).


Marywood Orange – Unknown

Chicago area schools Memorial Liturgy – Unknown (You can contact Shawn Campbell at scampbell@guerinprep.org)


Aspirancy/Juniorate – June 26, 2020 (You can contact Barb Kovats Tuttle at barbkt@tampabay.rr.com)

Connie Gualano is the alumnae/i relations manager for the Sisters of Providence. You may reach her at 812-535-2811 or email cgualano@spsmw.org.

Calling all alumnae/i: update your information

students at Our Lady of Providence High School in Clarksville, Ind.

Members of the first class at Providence High School, Clarksville, Indiana, confer with Sister Marian Thomas Kinney about an upcoming project. The student in the center of the front row is Ann Margaret O’Hara, who entered the Congregation after graduation in 1955 and went on to become the Sisters of Providence’s 17th general superior in 2001.

We need your help! Our current database is incomplete. There are many gaps to be filled in and this is only possible with your help.

If you, a family member, a friend, neighbor, etc., are a graduate of a Sisters of Providence school, help us update our information using the form below.

These updates are very important as the names and addresses are pulled for your associations to help plan reunions.

If you have additional corrections/additions about contact information, email cdavis@spsmw.org or call 812-535-2804.

Fill out my online form.

Alumnae/i relations contact

Alumnae of Providence Juniorate/Aspirancy gathered after Mass for this group photo during their 2-Day Reunion Celebration.

Each alumnae/i association and a host of other schools have a page. Most associations have a volunteer alumnae/i coordinator, whose contact information will be listed on your page.

Most likely, these graduates will be able to answer your questions!

For other questions, contact Connie Gualano, alumnae/I relations and planned giving manager/grant writer at cgualano@spsmw.org or 812-535-2811.

Associations for existing institutions

If you attended and graduated from Guerin Prep (formerly Mother Theodore Guerin High School) in River Grove, Ill., you can contact Tina Lilly at tlilly@guerinprep.org.

If you attended and graduated fromSt. Rose School, Chelsea, Mass., be sure to keep their records up-to-date with the school’s alumni association.

If you attended and graduated from Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College you should visit the college website for more information.

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