Clubs & Groups
If you’ve been wanting to connect with Rutgers alumni who share your interests or live nearby, getting involved with an alumni group is a great way to do that. Alumni groups are chartered organizations run by dedicated alumni volunteers in affiliation with the Rutgers University Alumni Association.
There are all kinds of reasons to create or join an alumni group. It could be to share a favorite hobby, do philanthropic work, network with like-minded professionals, or build scarlet pride in your region. Graduates with ties to specific Rutgers schools or student organizations often form groups, too.
Not Sure Which Group is for You?
- Regional—alumni living in a particular region
- School/College—alumni who attended a particular school or were part of a particular academic program while attending Rutgers
- Interest/Professional—alumni who were part of a specific interest group as students, who share current interests, or who work in the same field and are looking to network
Find Leader Resources
There’s a ton of information and resources available online for alumni group leaders. You’ll find guidance on building a website, event planning and promotion, business and finance, and other relevant topics. Helping you grow and succeed as an alumni leader: that’s one of the RUAA’s top priorities.