With more than 250 student activities recognized organizations, we’re sure your University of Rochester connection is based on much more than what was learned in the classroom. The Office of Alumni Relations offers many occasions to unite with fellow alumni or current students centered around organizations, clubs, or athletic teams.
Whether it be supporting an existing club, organizing reunion celebrations, joining alumni with the current members of their organizations, or assisting in helping students find former members, there’s no reason not to get connected and continue these rewarding relationships.
Resources | We Can Help!
- Let us know if you’re interested in hosting an event for your club or organization by emailing: email@example.com.
- We can provide UR treats such as Spirit Rs, pennants, pom poms, Rocky cutouts, etc, as long as you send us a group picture and guest list in return!
- Is it an anniversary or milestone year? We can help you find and communicate with fellow alumni and current students to spread the word.
- Just looking for some UR swag to share your pride? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with details.
Don’t miss this annual celebration of the best of the University of Rochester. Meet fellow alumni, hear exceptional speakers, enjoy first-class entertainment, and attend special events. ave the date for Meliora Weekend 2018: October 4-7, where we will celebrate anniversaries for the Society of Women Engineers (40 years), Sigma Delta Tau Sorority (40 year), Psi Upsilon Fraternity (160 years), Black Students Union (50 years,) and many more!
Stay connected with your favorite UR student clubs and organizations on social media.
For more information on student-experience programs and events, contact AnneMarie Cucci ’14W (MS), ’18W (EdD), assistant director of alumni relations at email@example.com.
AnneMarie Cucci ‘14W(MS), ‘18W(EdD) began her career at the University of Rochester in student affairs, first advising the college’s fraternity and sorority community. AnneMarie holds two degrees in higher education administration from the Warner School, and is currently completing her doctoral dissertation, focused on increasing the engagement of graduate school alumni.