Our Graduate Profile

A Northwest Catholic Graduate aspires to be:

INTELLECTUALLY CURIOUS 
and academically excellent

SPIRITUALLY AWARE 
and exploring a relationship with God

A COMPASSIONATE LEADER 
who seeks to serve others and promote justice

COMMUNITY FOCUSED 
and growing as a member of the NWC family

A WHOLE PERSON 
who is developing mind, body, spirit, and imagination

Becoming Whole People

When we speak of the profile of a graduate, we are talking about a student who is becoming, not a student who has become. We invite students to discover who they are over their four years at Northwest Catholic, and we give students the tools to explore, again, who they are in college and beyond.

There are no one dimensional students at Northwest Catholic. Our mathematicians are athletes, our vocalists are volunteers, our writers are runners and cellists and altar servers and on and on.

Our well-rounded students then graduate and move on to their institutions of higher learning and bring their varied gifts with them. Our graduates are walking proof of the value of a Northwest Catholic education.

You Know You Went to Northwest Catholic

Our Graduates Make a Difference

Alumni Return to NWC

Play and Pause Buttons for Slideshow
Ally Mullins '10 helps wrap up 2019 Alumni LEADS Speaker Series

Last spring Ally Mullins '10 helped wrap up the 2019 Alumni LEADS Speaker Series. Ally talked about her four years of D1 basketball at Siena College where she earned her degree in Biology before getting her degree in Nursing from Quinnipiac. Today Ally works in the Emergency Department at St. Francis Hospital and is working toward her doctorate in Nursing Practice. Thanks, Ally, for coming home and sharing your wisdom!

Read More about Ally Mullins '10 helps wrap up 2019 Alumni LEADS Speaker Series (opens in new window/tab)
NWC graduate's iconic art on display at Kehler Liddell Gallery in New Haven

Corsillo’s More is More includes an opening reception and artist talk July 13th 3-6pm, a panel discussion on July 18th 7-9pm with “Team Doonesbury” — Corsillo, cartoon historian Brian Walker, editor David Stanford, moderated by sound engineer Fred Newman ($15), and a conversation with Corsillo and Gary Trudeau ($25) on July 25th 7-9pm. Tickets may be purchased at kehlerliddellgallery.com/calendar and are expected to sell out.

Read More about NWC graduate's iconic art on display at Kehler Liddell Gallery in New Haven (opens in new window/tab)