Welcome to Xavier's online Alumni community, where we keep you connected to your classmates, and tell you about all the great things happening at your alma mater. It's a vibrant neighborhood, so bookmark the site and visit us often.
The Xavier Community’s All For One Spirit
Gary Massa reaches out to the Xavier Alumni community regarding the Coronavirus and what the University is doing.
Grad Gets Hired on at Lime, Will Host Xavier Students Next Year
Madeline Martini was a marketing and business analytics major at Xavier. Now, she works at Lime in San Francisco, where next year she will host business students as they learn about working in the real world.
Xavier Alum Lands Gig at Pinterest-Marketer Ahalogy
Her skills landed Traci Garcia in her current position at Ahalogy, a Cincinnati-based startup co-founded by two former Proctor and Gamble employees that focuses on Pinterest-focused digital marketing.
They Keep Coming Back For More
Eighty-one year old Hershel Ware is a crowd favorite at Dana Gardens.
Looking for the next great Cincinnati pastime? Try Fowling
Joe Frank, (’03 Entrepreneurial Studies) will open up his Fowling Warehouse franchise in Oakley to alumni and friends for Saturday’s Crosstown Shootout and Tailgate party, from 1:30-3:30 p.m.
Bob Kohlhepp, retiring Board member, is the name behind Cintas Center
Have you ever wondered how the Cintas Center at Xavier University got its name? The answer lies with Bob Kohlhepp, the former CEO of Cintas Corporation, who retired in 2016 after seven years as Chairman of the Board.
X Path: Parents' Donation Paves Way for Special Needs Students
The teachers’ notes confirmed what Kevin and Barb Dougherty had been wondering about their little girl. The notes had nothing to do with her intelligence or ability to learn. Instead, they revealed a deep-seated difficulty relating to other people.
The Murphy Mission: Fund Students' Futures
The first in her family to apply to college, Julie Murphy was surprised when Xavier offered her the hard-to-get St. Francis Xavier full-tuition academic scholarship. Now she and her husband, Dan, are giving back so that more students like themselves can afford a Xavier education.
John Lechleiter: A Debt of Gratitude
Xavier's newest fundraising campaign began on a fall evening in October 2014 when nearly 50 alumni and supporters gathered for dinner at the Indianapolis home of John C. Lechleiter. Their support helped provide the solid foundation that, three years later, led to the public launch of "Together. For Others. The Campaign for Xavier University."
12 Xavier Grads Who are Changing the World through Service
They studied a variety of different majors, but all have one thing in common their love for community and the desire to help others.