The relationships you build at DU don't end when you walk across the commencement stage—instead, our alumni maintain thriving action groups and communities, based locally and digitally. Our alumni groups preserve the friendships and goals that students form during their time on campus. Find a group that represents your passions and continue with meaningful work as you build your career and your life after graduation.
Alumni of ACTION
ACTION: Advocating Collaboration Through Inclusive Excellence, Outreach and Networking. Alumni of ACTION represents University graduates from the Black, Asian, Indigenous, LGBTQIA and Latinx communities. The volunteer-led groups give DU graduates the chance to work with their DU classmates and fellow alumni to address local and global challenges while providing opportunities for the next generation.
Alumni Affinity Groups
Black Alumni Affinity
The BAA promotes opportunities for Black alumni, staff and faculty, fostering connections between current students and the larger Black community at DU while supporting future generations. Membership is open to alumni, staff, faculty and students who identify as Black, African American or as persons of African descent.
Indigenous Alumni Affinity
Dedicated to enhancing the lives of indigenous people within the DU campus community and the greater Rocky Mountain area, the IAA cultivates strong bonds among alumni, current students and future generations of indigenous persons at the University to support opportunities and community trust.
Asian Alumni Affinity
Latinx Alumni Affinity
DULAA serves the needs of the Latinx community in and around the DU campus, providing opportunities for connections, professional development, scholarship and academic support to alumni and students of Latinx heritage.
Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Intersex, Queer and Allies (LGBTQIA)
For our students, staff, faculty and alumni of all sexual orientations and gender identities, the LGBTQIA alumni network provides support, career advising and community service opportunities in partnership with the University's Cultural Center.
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Pioneer Alumni Legends
The PALs are a group of alumni who graduated 50+ years ago and participate in ongoing campus events and activities to engage with each other, university faculty, staff and leadership and show their ongoing Pioneer pride. The PALs celebrate with two signature events per year including the Emeritus Tea in June and the Summer Soiree in August.
During Spring commencement, we celebrate the 50th reunion and welcome the class to return to campus and reconnect with classmates and friends. A new class of PALs are inducted into the Pioneer alumni Legends at the Emeritus Tea annually.
For questions about PALs please contact email@example.com.
DU Student Foundation
Created to provide assistance for current students at the University of Denver, the DU Student Foundation distributes funding for student projects and emergency relief while helping to cultivate a supportive network of Pioneers both on and off campus.
Academic Unit Alumni Groups
Sturm College of Law
The Sturm College of Law offers several ways to connect with other law alumni, providing connections and career development opportunities while enabling current students to benefit from the insight of our alumni community.
Graduate School of Professional Psychology
From licensure materials to career support, GSPP alumni services and groups can help you grow your network and advance your career in the field of psychology and beyond.
Graduate School of Social Work
Whether you're seeking new career opportunities or looking to give back to the community, GSSW's alumni network will connect you with your peers and all the current happenings on campus.
The virtues of continuing higher education don't end in the classroom. Students who complete courses at University College can connect with other alumni and faculty to grow their networks and find new professional opportunities.
Colorado Women's College
The mission of Colorado Women’s College (CWC) is to Educate for Equity and Activate Change. Learn more about the new chapter for CWC and how you can stay connected to the CWC community by clicking here.