Alumni Networks



Alumni Networks


Alumni networks are chartered by the Alumni Association to cultivate friendships,
promote lifelong learning and foster positive connections with their alma mater.

Networks provide opportunities for networking, professional development and
entertainment through educational, cultural, social and family programs.


Regional Networks

Regional networks are formal groups chartered in geographical regions for alumni
to connect with each other.  Activities vary by area but often include happy hours,
athletic events, educational programs, and career networking.  All alumni are
encouraged to get involved with local alums in their area.  New networks can be
formed at any time.


• Washington, DC -
Visit Our Homepage 
• New York Tri-State - Visit Our Homepage
• Savannah - Visit Our Homepage 

Professional/Special Interest Networks

Professional and Special Interest alumni networks provide a means for alumni to
reconnect with friends and colleagues within a shared profession, educational
background, or special interest.  The activities and programming of these networks
vary but often include happy hours, athletic events, educational programs, and
career networking. As well as mentor programs and networking events with
current students and alumni.


The Signal  - Visit Our Homepage
• Young Alumni Council - Coming Soon

• Hospitality Alumni Network - Visit Our Homepage

Corporate Networks


Corporate networks provide a means for alumni to connect with fellow GSU alumni in
their workplace. The activities and programming of Corporate Alumni Networks are
developed by network leaders to align with the core values and company culture of
each organization. Activities can include breakfasts or lunches with professional
development, community service, happy hours, and mentor programs and networking
events with current students and alumni.

CDC PAW Network

University Sponsored Clubs

“University sponsored clubs are groups facilitated by the respective colleges and are
dedicated to enriching the professional lives of alumni. These clubs are professional
development and networking groups with programming designed to keep alumni
engaged with the advancement of Georgia State by working with your college through
seminars, speaking engagements and development opportunities. This is not a
complete list and many University Sponsored Clubs can be found on the respective
college webpage, please visit www.gsu.edu to find more information.“

• College of Education Alumni Club
• Robinson College of Business Alumni Clubs
• Robinson Council of Young Business Leaders



How to Start an Alumni Network

If you would like to start an alumni
network in your area, please read
below.
GSU Alumni Network Guidelines
Alumni Network Application (pdf)
Alumni Network Application (web)


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If you are interested in learning more about a network or would like to start a network in your area, please contact the GSU Alumni Affairs Office (404) 413-2190 or by email at alumni@gsu.edu.  

Georgia State Alumni Association

P.O. Box 3999 | Atlanta, Ga. 30302-3999
(404) 413-2190 | 800-GSU-ALUM