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Young Alumni at the Alumni Weekend Picnic

The Alumni Association invites Young Alumni to stay connected, engaged, and involved through various networking opportunities ranging from attending a regional event to attending your Reunion. Washington University’s Alumni Association membership is a complimentary benefit bestowed upon graduation and is at no cost to you.

We encourage you to take advantage of the many alumni services the Alumni Association has to offer, including career networking, alumni gatherings, continuing education opportunities and more. They've been created for you!  

Young Alumni are defined as under the age of 35 and having received an undergraduate and/or graduate degree.

Read about some of the opportunities available to young alumni:

Reunions

Reunion at Thurtene Carnival serves as a unique opportunity for undergraduate young alumni to reconnect and reunite with one another while seeing all of the amazing updates and changes that have happened across the Washington University campus.  This fun-filled weekend includes a welcome reception, a class party, campus tours and several affinity events that allow young alumni to reconnect with their former student activity groups.

As young alumni, you can get involved through joining your class’ Reunion committee, participating in your Reunion Class Gift, and attending Reunion. Joining your class’ Reunion committee is a great way to reengage with your classmates, some of whom you may have lost touch with, and to encourage them to attend Reunion.

For more information about your 1st, 5th or 10th Reunion or joining your class’ Reunion committee, please contact the Alumni Association at alumniassociation@wustl.edu or learn more about Reunion at Thurtene Carnival.  

Regional Club Events

Washington University supports regional clubs that are organized geographically, both in the U.S. and abroad. These clubs sponsor events to offer networking opportunities and a means of staying engaged with the Washington University community.  Many of these clubs offer young alumni programming that tailor events exclusively to the young alumni community within your region. If you are interested in helping to plan young alumni events in your city, contact the Alumni Association at (314) 935-5212 or alumniassociation@wustl.edu, or visit your community page to find out about upcoming event opportunities in your city.

St. Louis Young Alumni Association

If you live in the St. Louis area and you would like to be more involved in young alumni events and more, think about joining the St. Louis Young Alumni Association (STYLA). To learn more please contact the Alumni Association at (314) 935-5212 or alumniassociation@wustl.edu. To view upcoming events please view our events page.

Alumni & Parents Admissions Program (APAP)

Become a member of the Alumni & Parents Admissions Program (APAP) and join undergraduate alumni and parents of current undergraduates who are interested in assisting with the undergraduate admissions process. APAP members help the University to recruit, interview, and enroll talented students from all over the world. For more information, visit the APAP page or call the APAP office at (800 or 314) 935-4826. 

 


 

 

 

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