Alumni & Post-Grads

Location
Saint Paul, MN
Undergrads
2,035
Tuition
$43,693
Admission Difficulty
Hard
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Alumni & Post-Grads

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Alumni Office
Alumni Relations
1600 Grand Ave.
Phone: (651) 696-6295
alumnioffice@macalester.edu
www.macalester.edu/alumni
Alumni Services
  • Acquiring a transcript
  • Career services
  • Changing address/updating contact info
  • Online directory
  • Subscription to e-newsletter "Mac Wire"
Alumni Publications
Macalester Today
Major Alumni Events
Class reunions
Famous Alumni
  • Kofi Annan (Class of '61) - former UN secretary general and Nobel Peace Prize Laureate
  • Siah Armajani (Class of '63) - world-famous sculptor
  • Gary Hines (Class of '74) - founder and leader of the Grammy Award-winning Sounds of Blackness, which originated as a student group at Macalester
  • Carl Lumbly (Class of '73) - actor, starred in show "Alias," guest starred in shows such as "LA Law" and "ER"
  • Walter Mondale (Class of '50) - former vice president of the United States; U.S. ambassador to Japan 1993-1997
  • Tim O'Brien (Class of '68) - award-winning novelist, author of "The Things They Carried"
  • Shaw Lawrence Otto (Class of '81) - co-writer and co-producer of movie "House of Sand and Fog"
  • Flip Schulke (Class of '54) - award-winning photojournalist
Did You Know?
Some of the famed alumni/attendees of Macalester College include: Kofi Annan (Nobel Peace Prize winner), Charles Baxter (author), Julie Benz (actress), Peter Berg (actor/director/producer), Ari Emanuel (Hollywood agent), Walter Mondale (former Vice President of the United States), Bob Mould (Hüsker Dü rocker), Tim O'Brien (author), and DeWitt Wallace (founder of Reader's Digest).
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