Special Alumni Merchandise
Marist Alumni T-Shirts
The Mid-Hudson Chapter of the Alumni Association is selling Marist alumni t-shirts to benefit the Alumni Legacy Scholarship Fund. The scholarship is awarded annually to a son or daughter of a Marist graduate who has shown outstanding academic and leadership qualities throughout his or her high school career or college career (in the case of a transfer student) and possesses the potential to succeed at Marist College. $5 per shirt goes to the fund.
If you'd like the shirt(s) shipped, please enter your zip code during the PayPal™ checkout. A flat fee of $2.50 will be added to your order.
If you do NOT enter your zip code for shipping, your shirt(s) will be available for pickup at no additional fee in the Office of College Advancement on the lower level of Fontaine Hall on the Poughkeepsie campus Monday through Friday between 8:30 a.m. and 5 p.m.
NOTE: If you'd like to purchase MORE THAN ONE shirt, click the "Continue Shopping" button on the PayPal shopping cart screen and it will bring you back to this page. Select another shirt and it will be added to your cart.
Short Sleeve - White (100% cotton)
Long Sleeve - Grey (90% cotton / 10% polyester)
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This special J. McLaughlin 100% silk jacquard necktie has a deep red background and is adorned with black foxes. A limited supply is available and it cannot be found in stores or on the J. McLaughlin web site. J. McLaughlin ties typically retail for $65.00. It is made in the U.S.A. and is dry clean only.
Price: $50.00 each
$25 per tie will go toward the Alumni Legacy Scholarship Fund
Each year the Alumni Legacy Scholarship Fund is awarded to an incoming freshman or transfer student who is the son or daughter of a Marist graduate and has demonstrated both academic success and strong leadership qualities throughout his or her high school career.
First Class U.S. Postal Service shipping is included. If you need expedited shipping, please contact the Office of Alumni Relations at firstname.lastname@example.org or (845) 575-3283, M-F, 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.