Tap into a wide array of benefits and services available to SJC Alumni.
Alumni Magazine Subscription
All alumni receive a free subscription to the Saint Joseph's College Magazine, published three times a year and delivered by mail. Please
update your contact info so you don’t miss an issue.
All alumni are eligible to receive the free monthly alumni e-newsletter. All emails will have a link with the option to opt-out of the e-newsletter list. To subscribe, email
email@example.com with an updated email address.
SJC Babysitting Registry
Never miss an event because you can't find a babysitter! Check out our registry of over 30 current SJC students who are experienced babysitters waiting to help.
Here’s how it works: Saint Joseph's College will provide names and contact information for current students interested in babysitting. The College is not responsible for any arrangements or agreements made between the students and the families. Parents or guardians
must contact students individually to screen and gather any necessary background information. Parents and guardians are also responsible for contacting students to set up details of care. Saint Joseph’s College is not liable in any agreement made or events that take place between the two parties.
For more information, contact the Alumni Office at
firstname.lastname@example.org or 207-893-7890.
All alumni are encouraged to host events on campus for special occasions like weddings, meetings, conferences––even pool parties––and you are eligible to receive a discount on rentals. Check out
Conference and Event Services on our website or contact
email@example.com for more information.
Fee Waiver for Continued Education
The Saint Joseph's College online program will waive the $50 application fee for alumni applying for enrollment.
Learn more about the online programs at SJC and our
Education Partners program for employee development.
You are eligible to become a member of the campus gymnasium and fitness facilities at the Harold Alfond Center. To apply,
print this application and send to:
Saint Joseph's College
Alumni Relations Office
278 Whites Bridge Road
Standish, ME 04084
You are welcome to borrow books and non-print material from Wellehan Library on campus. Please note, you must check books out in person and return books during
regular business hours to the circulation desk. All patrons are responsible for knowing due dates and returning items by the designated time.
You must present your Saint Joseph's College Alumni ID at time of check out. To obtain your ID, please complete
this form and return it to the Alumni Relations Office or email it to
Lunch and Learn Series
Wellness programs at Saint Joseph's College include the Lunch and Learn Series, a collection of presentations on health and wellness. Alumni are welcome to attend in person.
See past lectures at the links below:
- The Art of a Balanced Body: Physical therapist Allan Brown talks about gravity, muscle, tension, and physical stress.
- Cholesterol 101: Dr. Su-Anne Hammond '97 discusses good versus bad cholesterol and the latest 2014 calculator doctors use to assess your risk.
Mango Languages - SJC Language Learning Center
The Alumni Relations Office and Wellehan Library have teamed up to offer you free online access to Mango Languages, a self-paced, fun and engaging online language learning system that teaches practical conversation skills for a wide variety of popular
Access Mango Languages via this link:
http://org.mangolanguages.com/sjcme/start. You can also take Mango with you using the
iPhone and Android apps. (First, log in to Mango and create a profile; then download the app to your device.) If you encounter any problems accessing Mango, please call their customer service line at 1-877-626-4611 Monday - Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 5 p.m.
(EST) for assistance.
Saint Joseph’s College has teamed up with SALT, a new membership program, to help our alumni manage their money and student loans. Learn more by visiting their website:
Transcript request are now done online. If you have any questions, please contact the Office of the Registrar at 207-893-7798. Typically, requests are processed within three business days.
Invest in your family’s higher education today with NextGen®
The NextGen College Investing Plan® is Maine’s Section 529 plan that allows you to plan and invest for future higher
education expenses for your family. Opening a NextGen account for your child (or yourself ) is a real investment in the future,
and there are grants available for Maine residents:
1. Open your account
- With $25 and get a $200 Initial Matching Grant
- Use the $500 Alfond grant
2. Add to your account
- Make contributions and get a 50% NextStep Matching Grant with up to $300 match per year.
3. Make it easy
- Set up Automatic contributions from your payroll or bank account and get a $100 Automated Funding Grant.
For more information and to learn how to open an account visit NextGenforME.com.
1 See Grant Terms and Conditions for other conditions and restrictions that apply at NextGenforME.com.
NextGen is a Section 529 plan administered by the Finance Authority of Maine (FAME). Before you invest in NextGen, request a NextGen
Program Description from your Merrill Lynch Financial Advisor or Maine Distribution Agent or call Merrill Edge at (877)-463-9843 and read
it carefully. The Program Description contains more complete information, including investment objectives, charges, expenses and risks
of investing in NextGen, which you should carefully consider before investing. You also should consider whether your or your designated
beneficiary’s home state offers any state tax or other state benefits such as financial aid, scholarship funds, and protection from creditors
that are only available for investments in such state’s 529 plan. Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner & Smith Incorporated, a registered brokerdealer,
member SIPC, is the program manager and underwriter.