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United by our compassion for others! Whether you’re a new grad or earned your degree decades ago, as a Labouré alum you’re helping change the face of healthcare.



130 Years of Labouré Nurses!

The true legacy of Labouré is the exceptional care delivered to patients in Greater Boston and beyond for over 130 years.


Graduates making a difference worldwide

Around the corner and across the globe, more than 8,000 of our graduates are living out St. Catherine Labouré’s legacy: to bring care, dignity, and compassion to their patients and communities.

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Members of the Class of 1973 celebrate their 50th reunion in September 2023. 
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Labouré alumni enjoyed a luncheon on Cape Cod in September 2023.
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A holiday open house event on campus in December 2023 saw many alumni come together in celebration.

Want to see how?

For starters, check out our remarkable Labouré Care Award winners from 2022.


From the Alumni Council


After a long hiatus, we are pleased to share that the Labouré Alumni Council is back!

Earlier this academic year, and with the cooperation and support of the College administration, the Council was created, developed bylaws, and elected officers to serve. It is with great pleasure we introduce ourselves as officers: President Margie Lawless ’68, Vice President Angi Walsh ’73, and Secretary Maureen Calnan ’95. The Council is currently working on plans for the rest of 2024, and welcome all alumni to contribute their thoughts, ideas, and support during this formative year.


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Stay connected!

To ensure that you stay informed about all events and benefits we hope to develop, please share any updates to your contact information, including phone numbers and email addresses, using any of the following methods:

Our goal is to continue to engage, educate, and reconnect Alumni to the College and to each other. We are excited to begin this new venture with you and all our Labouré family members.

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Unprecedented: Nursing in a Pandemic

Podcast and #CareForNurses


Produced in partnership with William James College, the podcast Unprecedented: Nursing in a Pandemic is part of the #CareForNurses campaign. The #CareForNurses campaign offers self-care tips and mental health advice nurses can put to use in time for their next shift.

The podcast pairs front-line nurses with mental health professionals to discuss coping strategies. Gabe Mahoney, FNP ’03 is featured discussing processing loss and grief, and Shaina Curran, RN BSN ’16 participate in episodes on stress, anger, and potential PTSD among COVID-19 nurses.

Video Reel


Kitty Elers, RN, BSN ‘81

Kitty reminisces about her experience at Labouré, where her instructors taught compassion, dignity, respect, and patience  in addition to technical skills in the nursing program. 

Sean O’Leary, RTT ‘93

Sean is a 2017 recipient of Labouré College’s Mass Care Award, now the Nurse Impact Awards. He is the Chief Radiation Therapist at Tufts Medical Center.

Shanell Saunders RN ’19, BSN ‘20

Shanell is grateful for receiving a scholarship while enrolled at Labouré, as it meant she could work part-time and spend more time helping her son with his homework and being there as a mom. 

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