Alumni News and Updates
David Rock, AC’58 died August 8, 2019. He had been one of the first American students at the American College after WWII.
David Inman, AC’62 died on July 23, 2019. He was awarded an Underwood Fellowship and a Danforth Foundation Grant to study Science, Ethics and Education at Georgetown University in 1975.
View the recently added photo gallery of the Saint Damien Pilgrimage to Rome (February 2019).
Read the Vice President’s invitation to Save the Dates for the ACAA 2020 Reunion - June 15-19, 2020.
Read the President’s May 8th letter encouraging donations to the Scholarship Fund.
Alumni celebrate 60 years of service. At the conclusion of the Providence Diocesan Priests' Study Day at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Warwick, R.I. on May 6, Ray Collins, Gene Lessard, and Frank O'Hara received recognition and congratulations from Bishop Thomas Tobin for their sixty years of service to the Diocese of Providence. The three alumni from Providence were ordained together in the chapel of the American College on June 28, 1959. Prior to their ordination sixty years ago, Ray, Gene, and Frank spent six years studying at the College, the first two years in philosophy at the University's Higher Institute of Philosophy, the last four in theology. Prior to going to Louvain the trio had spent two yeas together at Our Lady of Providence in Warwick, Rhode Island.
KU Leuven tops Reuters ranking of Europe’s most innovative universities for the fourth year in a row.
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The American College Alumni Association - Catholic Univeristy of Louvain is organized to enable fellowship among those who have lived at The American College and were educated in the Faculties of Theology, Canon Law, and Philosophy at Katholieke Universiteit Leuven (KU Leuven) and Université Catholique de Louvain (UCL) in Belgium.