Claudette Ahumada ’18, ’23, graduated from Albertus Magnus College in 2019 with her B.A. in Psychology. Now she is on her way to earning her M.S. in Clinical Counseling from the college in 2023.Read More.
Zaida Velazco ’17 attended Albertus as an international student from the Dominican Republic, a dedicated tennis player, and a passionate campus leader. Now, Zaida is thriving as a Product Designer and business owner with her husband, who she met at Albertus.Read More.
From Metropolitan Learning Center in Bloomfield, Connecticut to Albertus Magnus College for both his bachelor’s and master’s degrees, Kobéy Smith ’20, 21′ has always been an entrepreneur at heart. Kobéy now introduces Albertus Innovates, a podcast with the mission of showing young creative minds where innovation and boldly following dreams can take them.Read More.
Joyce Hines and Jacqueline Taylor went back to school with their children in mind, and Albertus Magnus College helped them succeed. Their stories are proof that it’s never too late to finish your degree and reclaim your future. First Lady Dr. Jill Biden and U.S. Education Secretary Dr. Miguel Cardona visited the Horizons at AlbertusRead More.
It’s World Chocolate Day! What better way to celebrate than with this sweet throwback?Read More.
The Albertus Magnus College faculty and staff are beyond proud of the Class of 2022. Albertus students excel inside and outside of the classroom, soaring in their academics while getting involved in the campus community.Read More.
On Tuesday, April 26, the Department of Philosophy and Religion hosted a virtual evening conversation with an accomplished alumna of the College who has been doing some exciting work.Read More.
Dayna Trinh started her academic journey at Albertus Magnus College back in 2014 as an undergraduate student, earning her Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology in 2017. Now, Dayna has her Master’s in Clinical Counseling from Albertus while thriving in her field as a full-time therapist.Read More.
Private, Catholic institutions are no stranger to Earl McCoy, Jr. Before coming to Albertus, the Hamden native attended Notre Dame High School in West Haven, where he made meaningful connections with his teachers. These connections continue to serve him as he grows in his career.Read More.
Chelsea Sherrod ‘16, a sports reporter/host in Boston, Massachusetts, did not get where she is today by patiently waiting for opportunities to come to her. After attending a large high school in Stratford, Connecticut, Chelsea found herself at Albertus Magnus College. Drawn in by our tight-knit community, Chelsea loved how she got to know everyone on campus so quickly.Read More.