Your Alumni Association
The UofL Alumni Association is hard at work providing services and events that meet the variety of needs and interests of our more than 137,000 alumni. As you explore this site, I hope you will take the time to drop us a note and say hello. We love hearing from our graduates and welcome your comments. I am extending an open invitation to you to become a participant in the life of your alma mater.
James P. Ford
Assistant Vice President for Alumni Relations
What is the UofL Alumni Association?
The UofL Alumni Association consists of more than 137,000 alumni around the world. Membership to the association is free and is open to all alumni and associate alumni (associate alumni are defined as people who have acquired 90 or more credit hours at UofL but who have not graduated). Over the last 20 years, the Alumni Association has evolved considerably by adding college and school alumni councils, a network of national and international clubs, scholarships programs, and a variety of special events, in addition to our traditional Homecoming and reunions. The association is governed by the Executive Committee of the Board of Directors.
The Alumni Association provides services and programs that offer alumni the opportunity to remain close to their alma mater by attending and participating in a variety of events that are designed to appeal to our diverse population.
Areas of impact include the Golden Alumni Reunion, Homecoming, events on campus and around the country, alumni travel opportunities and more.
The Alumni Association is located in the Malcolm B. Chancey Alumni Center. For information, call 502-852-6186, fax 502-852-6920, or write to the Alumni Association, University of Louisville, Alumni Center, Louisville, KY 40292.
Office of the Vice President for University Advancement
The Alumni Association is one of five units that report to the Office of the Vice President for University Advancement. The other offices are advancement services, communications and marketing, development and government relations.
The Office of University Advancement represents the University of Louisville to its alumni, friends, faculty, staff and students; governmental agencies and leaders; news media; campus visitors; and the community at large. It provides access to the information, expertise and programming that the university offers.