Mount Vernon Today
Joanne Holbrook Patton, MVS ’48, returned to campus on April 14 to visit the Seminary Gate—the new, formal entrance to Mount Vernon honoring the legacy of Mount Vernon Seminary.
MVAA celebrates the life of Nedenia Dye, MVC '93, and applauds the remarkable achievements of Elizabeth (Betsy) Orlando, MVC ’87 & Rose (Moore) Tomlin, MVC ’55, while Gloria Kennedy Berberich, MVC ’48 reflects on "the heart" of the campus.
Among the many benefits available to Mount Vernon alumnae is the dazzling GW Alumni Travel Program, with exclusive trips to domestic and international destinations throughout the year.
Mount Vernon Seminary and College was founded by Elizabeth J. Somers in 1875.
The Mount Vernon Alumnae Association is the voice for over 7,000 Mount Vernon Seminary and College graduates and all women who reside on the Mount Vernon campus for at least one academic year.
We work with the Office of Alumni Relations to plan reunions and special events and keep alumnae connected to each other and their alma mater.