One of the most fun and fulfilling ways to get involved with the EAA is through regional chapters, interest groups, and alumni organizations. No matter where you live, what you do, or your graduation year (even if you haven't graduated), you can take part in Emory activities. The EAA is always seeking alumni leaders to help guide our regional chapters and interest groups. With your help, we can strengthen the Emory community together.
The Emory Alumni Board (EAB) is a high-level advisory group with working committees that represents the voice of Emory's 121,000 alumni. EAB members work to develop and disseminate policy and oversee the activities of the Emory Alumni Association (EAA). EAB members represent all the schools and units, interest groups, and regions that make up Emory's alumni population.
Across the country and around the world, the EAA's regional chapters and interest groups connect Emory alumni to the University and to each other. Be the spark that ignites new friendships, opens doors for fellow alumni, and creates a strong Emory network in your hometown. Get involved with one of the EAA's regional chapters in the US or around the world.
The Emory alumni community is a diverse collection of ethnicities, cultures, backgrounds, and affinity/identity groups. The EAA builds on this diversity and draws strength from it. Find out how you can, too.
The Emory Student Alumni Association (SAA) aims to strengthen the relationships between students, alumni, and faculty of the University. The SAA strives to educate the general student body about the Emory Alumni Association while bringing the alumni community together with the current student body. The SAA aims to promote tradition and unity within the University to ultimately preserve a lifelong connection for all those who pass through Emory.
The Senior Experience Committee (SEC) is designed to unite graduating seniors during their last academic year on campus in their shared Emory experience. They aim to facilitate the transition from student to alumnus/a through an active year of social, education, professional, and alumni programs.