Welcome to the Meadville Lombard Alumni/ae Association. We are graduates of various Meadville Lombard programs throughout the years who use the skills and relationships seeded in that strong and evolving institution to enliven our Unitarian Universalist ministries. We gather at General Assembly every year, and find each other at countless other denominational and Meadville Lombard events throughout the year, to rekindle friendships and strengthen our ministries. And we support the institution that has gifted us with so much by staying connected, informed, and enthusiastic about how Meadville Lombard prepares ministers and serves our faith.
There are many ways to stay connected: become a Teaching Pastor, take a class, visit the campus, make use of the incredible resources in Wiggins Library, and read closely communications from President Lee Barker and members of the administration. You can also host Lee and/or someone from the school for a visit, and of course, you can support Meadville Lombard with financial gifts.
I’m always happy to help you think about ways to connect with Meadville Lombard and to talk about the exciting ministries and opportunities at our school. When I see our school’s courageous sense of innovation, consistent focus on excellence in ministry, and historic and contemporary passion for Unitarian Universalism, I realize that I’ve never been prouder to be a Meadville Lombard graduate. I hope you’ll join me in the excitement, service, and enthusiasm for an institution that equips us to be ministers of love, justice, and beauty in the world.
Rev. Bill Neely
Being an alumni/ae of Meadville Lombard means you are among some of the brightest and progressive minds of Unitarian Universalism. We are so proud and thankful for our alumni/ae support and service we offer the following alumni/ae benefits:
Take a Class
Graduates of Meadville Lombard are always an asset to our learning environment—providing insight from current ministry experiences. Per our Alumni/ae Audit Policy graduates have two options to take a course:
Courses taken under this policy do not qualify for credit toward a degree program.
Attendance/registration for courses is dependent on seat availability and is subject to professor approval and enrollment standards. Registration and technology fees do apply (see the policy). For more information about registration, please contact the Director of Student Records.