Parents Council

Enhancing Your Experience

Parents are encouraged to join the Parents Council, which strengthens ties to the Marist community and helps the College meet its fundraising goals. The Parents Council provides opportunities for parents to participate in a meaningful way in their student's Marist experience. Whether through investments of time or money, or both, parents make a difference.

The Parents Council is a College-wide effort to nurture a strong community of Marist College parents. It is a top priority to see that each parent feels a part of the Marist spirit on campus and in your home state. The Parents Council priorities are enhanced communication, outreach, and fundraising for the Marist Fund Parents Campaign.

Apply to be a member of the Parents Council Advisory Committee.

 

Keeping You Informed

To keep you abreast on Marist College news and activities, all parents receive a copy of Marist Magazine. If you are not receiving your copy of the Marist Magazine, or have any questions, please contact the Office of College Advancement at (845) 575-3863 or Marist.fund@marist.edu.

Please enjoy the photos from the New Student Welcome Receptions.

Learn more about the Parents Campaign or return to the Parents and Families page.

 

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Andrea Alonso and Glenn Martin

Andrea M. Alonso graduated from St. John's University and then from St. John's University School of Law. She is managing partner of the law firm of Morris Duffy Alonso & Faley in Manhattan.

Glenn J. Martin graduated from the College of William and Mary and received his M.B.A. from Monmouth College. He is a certified public accountant and is president of Martin Products.

They are the parents of Joseph, currently attending Fordham Law School, Maria, a Marist alumna from the class of 2013 and Andrea, a junior at Marist. They reside in Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey.

 

Additional Ways Parents Can Help Current Students

The Marist parent network is an important resource for students as they pursue career goals. All parents who may have an internship or career opportunity for current students are encouraged to contact Marist's Office of Career Services or 845-575-3547.

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