Significant Events in Marywood's History

  • Class of 1919
    Marywood confers the baccalaureate degree for the first time on seventeen graduates, June 22, 1919. The first graduating class is pictured on the steps of the original college building, the I.H.M. Motherhouse-Seminary, which was destroyed in a fire in 1971.
  • Motherhouse Fire, 1971 | Photo Gallery
    Dramatic photographs of wind-whipped flames swallowing up the huge sixty-eight-year-old motherhouse buildings tell the story better than any words can portray.
  • The Solemnity of the Immaculate Conception
    On December 8, we honor Mary, our Mother. The Solemnity of the Immaculate Conception is a Catholic feast celebrating Mary's conception without sin
  • Michael and Gwen Calabro Delfino '47 Amphitheater Photographs and footage of the demolition of the Learning Resource Center/Media Center to make way for the construction of the new amphitheater.