The Monmouth University Alumni Association is the largest volunteer organization on campus, with more than 39,000 members in all 50 states and in over two dozen countries. The Alumni Association is a comprehensive organization with activities and involvement in many areas within the University community. It is a group of hard-working, fun-loving individuals who hope to make a difference in the University community and in the lives of fellow alumni. To accomplish this goal, alumni committees focus on specific program areas.
Read about the committees, select your favorites, and submit the form below if you wish to join the fun!
The Social Events Committee is responsible for developing and planning social events that are of interest to the alumni community. Events the Social Events Committee currently sponsor include the Alumni Tailgating Tent at Homecoming, and Beer and Wine Tastings.
The Greek Relations Committee has been re-established for the purpose of promoting professional networking opportunities between alumni and undergraduate members of Monmouth's fraternities and sororities.
Reunion volunteers help us reach out to classmates to encourage attendance at the next scheduled class reunion. Ideas for other "affinity group" reunions are welcome!
Alumni tend to the professional development needs of students and alumni by volunteering to serve in a Mentor Program. Mentor Program volunteers answer questions via phone and e-mail about career options and share job expertise and networking tips. Mentor Program volunteers, who are required to complete a short career survey upon joining and to update the survey semi-annually, are invited to assist at various networking programs held on campus throughout the school year. Information from the surveys is included in a Mentor Directory, which is shared upon request with current students and alumni only.
Admission activities for alumni involvement include assisting prospective students at the Annual Open House each fall and representing Monmouth University at college fairs.