Emory Cares International Service Day is one of the EAA's signature programs. Through Emory Cares, alumni, students, parents, and friends participate in a
day of service in their local communities. Emory Cares is one of the University's most prominent vehicles for furthering its mission of serving humanity. In 2008, Emory Cares International Service Day was recognized for its valuable contributions to Emory University's 2008 Presidential Award for General Community Service.
The Student Alumni Association (SAA), in partnership with the Senior Experience Committee (SEC), plans and hosts a series of seminars designed to help students navigate through life. Popular events in the series include the dinner on business etiquette hosted by Tom Brodnax 65Ox 68C, finance seminars, cooking classes, and how to change a car tire. Events vary each year, so check out the next Life 101 series.
Sit down as 12 strangers, and leave as 12 friends! Local alumni host or co-host dinners for 12 or more students at their homes or at restaurants. These dinners are free for students to attend and provide a great way for students and alumni to network. Find out more information.
Graduate students and young alumni join forces throughout the year for mixers.
Emory Commencement Weekend offers a variety of activities for students and their families. Read about a few of the events here, or visit the full Commencement page.
Saturday is highlighted by food, friends, and music at the family-friendly Emory Commencement Weekend Block Party!
Thousands of alumni return to campus each fall to recapture feelings of their time at Emory and reconnect with students. SAA is integral to helping and networking with 10 reunion classes and many other alumni.
Homecoming: Catch the Spirit!