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Ways to Get Involved
Your time at college shapes you, providing you with experiences that stay with you long after you leave campus. We like to think that this is especially true for ¼â½ÐÊÓÆµ alumni, who are known for staying connected with their fellow classmates years after graduation. One way they make this happen is by getting involved with the Alumni Association.
Comprised of a wide representation of ¼â½ÐÊÓÆµ alumni — demographically, geographically, in occupation, and graduation year, the Association's Board of Directors work hand-in-hand with the University to represent their fellow alumni and be your voice back to ¼â½ÐÊÓÆµ.
The Student Alumni Association is the student organization of the ¼â½ÐÊÓÆµ University Alumni Association Our mission, through our student leaders, is to establish a life-long bond with current students and their future alma mater through networking, service, and philanthropy. We aim to show that even though you graduate, your ties to ¼â½ÐÊÓÆµ last a lifetime.
Alumni Career Services
The Career Centers invite you to partner with us to help prepare and launch Stags into successful careers. Volunteers are needed to:
- Posting a job or internship on Stags4Hire
- Participating in Alumni Job Shadow
- Introducing ¼â½ÐÊÓÆµ to those who recruit at my organization
- Representing my employer at the Career & Internship Fair
- Speaking to students at career or "major" special events and panels
- Hosting a "Stags in the City" site visit
- Coming to campus for Mock Interview Days as an interviewer
Alumni of Color Network
The ¼â½ÐÊÓÆµ University Alumni of Color Network is an official affiliate group of the Office of Alumni Relations that serves to create a community and gateway to support Black, Indigenous, People of Color (BIPOC) Stags during and after their time at ¼â½ÐÊÓÆµ.
The network will host a variety of educational, professional, and social programs that cultivate personal and professional connections and opportunities to support the University while demonstrating the strength and success that exists within the BIPOC community.
Alumni-Owned Business Directory
Spread the word about your products and/or services to fellow Stags through the Alumni-Owned Business Directory.
The Office of Alumni Relations has launched an alumni-owned business directory for entrepreneurial Stags. ¼â½ÐÊÓÆµ alumni who own businesses are invited to create virtual business cards that include: name and class year, a brief description of the company, and company contact information. Business owners also have the opportunity to offer special discounts only for ¼â½ÐÊÓÆµ alumni.
Once business cards are completed and populated in the directory, they are searchable by various categories like industry, location, and more.
Visit the to see what businesses are already included. All business types are welcome, including independent consultants (e.g., Mary Kay, Pampered Chef), and/or divisions of larger companies (privately owned insurance, etc.).
To register for the Alumni-Owned Business Directory, go to the , log in to activate your account using your pre-existing Online Community username and password, and then complete the Business Directory form.
For log-in help, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Friends of ¼â½ÐÊÓÆµ Athletics
In order to be competitive in recruiting the best student-athletes, as well as continuing to enhance the student-athlete experience, the ¼â½ÐÊÓÆµ University Athletics Department relies on the financial support of Stag Fans through our Friends of ¼â½ÐÊÓÆµ Athletics groups. This support allows our coaches to provide opportunities and experiences that our student-athletes will take with them long after their days of competition.
Parents & Family Involvement
There are many ways to help advance the mission of the University by getting involved as a parent or family member of a current Stag! Opportunities include Career Development and donating to the Parents' Fund.
With 9 regional chapters from Boston to San Francisco, there are many ways in which you can get involved based on your personal interests and time. You can participate in committees on the topics of Lifelong Learning, Service & Spirituality, and Career Development. Or help us to coordinate events in your area, reach out to prospective students, and volunteer to serve your local community.
Whether it’s been five, 25, or 45 years since you graduated, reunions are a special occasion for your class. As a volunteer, you are a valued member of our team. Reunions are an excellent time for alumni to renew their ties to the University, recognize their place in ¼â½ÐÊÓÆµ’s history, and rekindle lifelong friendships. We are excited to welcome your class back to campus, and—with your help—look forward to an amazing weekend. So, let’s get started!
For more information or to sign up to join a Reunion Committee, please contact Carolyn Garibaldi, associate director, Reunion Giving at 203-254-4000 ext. 2174 or email@example.com.
Whether you are interested in a service trip to help others, or prefer cultural exploration, ¼â½ÐÊÓÆµ University has some exciting international travel opportunities.
Student for a few years, alumni for life. Lifelong Stag status, guaranteed.
¼â½ÐÊÓÆµ’s most recent grads are critical to The ¼â½ÐÊÓÆµ Fund’s mission and fostering a community of philanthropy among their peers. Together, ¼â½ÐÊÓÆµ Young Alumni have rallied incredible growth and giving that has genuinely made a difference in the lives of undergraduate students.
Sign Up To Volunteer
Whether you graduated this past May or 50 years ago, there are dozens of ways in which you can get involved from Admissions to Parent & Family Committees to Regional Chapters and Reunion Committees. To learn more, fill out our , email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (203) 254-4280 to talk to a member of the Alumni Relations staff.