An Alverno graduate degree is anything but typical. And for good reason.
Ryleigh didn't want to be a number. At Alverno, she's ready to stand out.
Amy Bock ’16 found herself at a career crossroads. What would she do next?
Internships get Alverno students ready for successful careers and to make a difference.
Alverno alums like Gabriela Leija '10 dedicate their careers to social justice.
As a lawyer, Mary Gundrum '70 fights for children seeking safety and a better life.
Alverno celebrates the women who are called to lead others in faith, scholarship and service.
The Alverno we love wouldn’t be the same without Sisters Bernardin Deutsch ’53 and Celestine Schall ’48.
Too few girls and women are taught how to become leaders, let alone are told that they can.
In December 2018, Alverno granted its first doctoral degrees.
Alverno graduates like Elizabeth, Marina and Ivette earn more than a degree. They also find their voices.
Alverno alumna Megan Husband ’08 helped provide a $5.4 billion boost to the Milwaukee area economy last year.