Across the nation and around the world, there are thousands of University of Rochester alumni, parents, faculty and staff, and friends, who are supporting the University’s mission to Learn, Discover, Heal, Create—and make the world ever better. And their partnership—demonstrated in a variety of ways—has been invaluable to our success.
Special Announcement: A number of our volunteer partnerships include both in-person and virtual roles. Given the current climate impacted by COVID-19, some in-person opportunities are presently on hold, however you can still take the time to learn more by reviewing the information below, or even raise your hand to volunteer!
The University of Rochester Alumni Board engages all alumni and students in a lifelong connection with one another and with the University. Comprised of individuals from a variety of schools, class years, and backgrounds, this group serves as a voice for the more than 115,000 graduates that make up our global network.
The Diversity Advisory Council (DAC) is a national volunteer body responsible for providing leadership, guidance, and feedback to the University of Rochester on diversity and inclusion initiatives for its alumni and students.
In partnership with each other and the University, volunteers are helping advance our mission. If you’re interested in volunteering, fill out our interest form.
Learn about the numerous ways that volunteers have made a difference across the University and its Medical Center this year.
We’d love to hear your story. If you’re interested in sharing, fill out our quick Volunteer Profile Form.