Connections Begin In The ‘Grove And Go Beyond

Susquehanna’s 22,000 alumni are connected across the globe. From New York to the United Kingdom, Los Angeles to Singapore and everywhere in between, the university’s global footprint reaches far and wide.

Led by Susquehanna University’s Alumni Association Executive Board, there are many ways in which alumni can remain connected to each other and their alma mater — regardless of where they are in the world.

Alumni Association Executive Board

The mission of Susquehanna University’s Alumni Association Executive Board is to enrich the lives of Susquehanna’s alumni and students by bringing the alumni community together through various activities and programs meant to deepen engagement with each other and the university. Executive Board members also serve as ambassadors and philanthropists; act as a conduit between the alumni community, current and prospective students; and work to ensure that students enjoy the same academic experiences and opportunities for personal and professional growth that generations of Susquehannans enjoyed during their own time on campus.

Additionally, the Alumni Board regularly supports signature programs and events like Homecoming–Reunion Weekend, Break Through, regional alumni events and OneSU, Susquehanna’s annual day of giving.

Nominate Future Board Members

You can nominate a fellow Susquehannan or yourself. Nominees should meet the following criteria:

  • Representative — Willing to serve as a representative voice across their respective units, divisions, geographies, cultures/ethnicities, personal identities, volunteer activities, student affiliations, etc.
  • Ambassador — Attends or has attended a minimum of two local/regional events.
  • Diversity — Candidate will help ensure a diverse and well-rounded board to properly represent the broader SU community.
  • Giving — Is or willing to be an annual or semi-annual donor.

Nominations are reviewed annually beginning each calendar year. term begins July 1. New members are ratified at the fall meeting.



In addition to staying connected with each other, there are many ways in which Susquehanna alumni can share their time and talents with students, faculty and staff.

Become A Volunteer

From returning to campus for Break Through, serving as a class reunion ambassador, hosting students during a networking trek or helping to lead regional events, there are many ways in which Susquehanna alumni can volunteer their time and talent to the university. Become a volunteer today.

Welcome New Students

Imagine how special the members of the Class of 2028 and transfer students will feel when they find a note from an alumnus or alumna welcoming them to the Susquehanna community. Please consider submitting a few words of encouragement by completing this form by Friday, July 26. Your note will be shared with one of these incoming students.