With over 16,000 alumni located throughout the country, Ursinus graduates are part of an important network of social, career and personal connections. Engage with your alma mater.
The National Council of leadership alumni and parents is a volunteer network that serves as the major platform for the college’s key engagement and philanthropic activities. The chapters serve nine regions around the country including Boston, Chicago, Florida, Southern New Jersey, New York City, Philadelphia, San Francisco, Southern California and Washington D.C.
Members of the National Council serve as champions and local spokespersons of the College. They host events that build greater understanding and appreciation for the College and develop a culture of giving. Learn More
Our GOLD (Graduates of the Last Decade) Council is comprised of graduates of the past ten years and was created with the intention of engaging our Young Alumni in the life and future of the College. This group of young alumni leaders will educate other young alums about the importance of giving back to Ursinus and will engage others via personal contact, campus updates, networking opportunities and events.
Behind every reunion is a group of volunteers working together to make it a success. And we welcome you to join us! Alumni celebrating their 5th-45th class reunions celebrate in the fall at Homecoming, and alumni celebrating their 50th+ reunions celebrate during Alumni Weekend in the spring. Not only do reunions offer alumni the opportunity to renew old friendships, they provide them with the chance to visit the college and experience the energy and excitement at Ursinus. Contact email@example.com to sign up today.
Career and Post-Graduate Development
Ursinus College alumni are a vital partner in providing opportunities and career advice for our students. We encourage you to consider posting full-time positions and internships with us, serving as an Extern Sponsor or making yourself available to network with students and other alumni. Email us for additional information.