I lost my diploma during a move. How can I replace it?
You can order a new one by e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
As an alumnus of the school, am I permitted to use the
ARC or the library?
Yes, you are. Please visit Benefits and Services for more information.
How do I become a member of the Alumni Association?
All alumni become members of the Alumni Association on graduation. There is no fee and you are welcome to attend the many events that take place around the country and on campus. Please visit the Alumni Events Calendar for a complete listing of activities. If you are interested in joining the Board of Directors, please contact Patricia McNelly at 215.596.8856 or email@example.com.
I'd like to make a donation to my alma mater. How do
I go about it?
Please visit our new Giving site for information on various ways to give and the impact your gift can make.
I just moved, how can I make sure I don't miss out on
mail from the University, such as invitations and issues of The
Our USciences & You online community allows you to immediately update your address. You can also find the most recent contact information for your classmates and other fellow alumni.
I am in career transition right now. Are there job placement
services for alumni?
Yes, there are. Please contact Career Services at 215.596.7280 for help with resume writing and updating and for job search assistance. Please see Benefits & Services for more information.
We just had a baby and I'd like my former classmates
to know about this happy occasion. How do I go about it?
Please visit the Class Notes section of our USciences & You online community. We will consider including your announcement in The Bulletin's Class Notes section as well.
I'm trying to contact a long-lost classmate. Can you
Please visit our USciences & You online community or contact the Alumni Relations office at 888.857.6264 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
How can I get more involved with the University?
There are many ways to get involved. From attending student/alumni events to speaking with prospective students on behalf of the Admission Office, the University always likes to find ways to call on your expertise. Please visit Volunteer Opportunities to learn more.