Dining in the shadow of the Eiffel Tower. Strolling the streets of Rome. Touring the ancient castles of Prague. These are just some of the amazing experiences people have during the annual Robert Morris University Alumni Tour.
The RMU Alumni Tour is a unique, first-class opportunity to visit some of the world's most historic and beautiful locales with alumni, friends, and other members of the Robert Morris community. Each year President Greg Dell'Omo and his wife, Polly, lead an intimate group on an unforgettable tour of places like Rome, Paris, Dublin, and Prague, to name a few. Participants stay in luxury accommodations, dine in the best restaurants, and enjoy a private itinerary that showcases the very best of that year's exciting destination.
The destination for the Spring 2015 Alumni Tour has yet to be announced, but we're certain it will be the best trip yet.
Please join us on what is sure to be another memorable journey!
For more information on the RMU Alumni Tour, please email Jay Carson or call (412) 397-6404.
"The RMU Alumni Trip is unique in that the RMU staff who travel with us really care and do their homework to provide us with special speakers and out-of-the way sights that one would not have on a commercial tour. Traveling and bonding with fellow Robert Morris University alumni and personnel makes me feel connected and proud to be a part of the university. It's a wonderful RMU tradition that I hope will continue!"
– Jo Ann Claus '73, wife of Gary R. Claus '74, chairman, RMU Board of Trustees
"The trips are very well-run and organized. You feel like you're traveling with your family."
– Frank A. Molinero '72, RMU Trustee
“It was a fantastic time. I can't say enough about Robert Morris and what an amazing job they did organizing the trip. Everything was first class, from the accommodations to the dining experience to the tour guide. Everyone was so pleasant, accommodating, and fun. It exceeded our expectations.”
– Sharon Soodik '76
“Although neither my wife nor I are RMU alumni, we have never felt uncomfortable being part of this group of fellow travelers, who have been a delight to be with! And the trip planners have done a great job making sure we saw the important sights with knowledgeable guides on each of the itineraries.”
– Frank Kelly