Alumni and Friends
Students Today. Huskies Forever.
Alumni of the UConn College of Liberal Arts and Sciences carry their educations with them throughout their lives. Whether through founding companies, working for social change, sharing their artistry, or setting athletic records, CLAS alumni make a difference. Many of them attribute their success to their foundational education at UConn.
Recent Alumni News
Ways to Get Involved
Share Your Experience
No matter where you live in UConn Nation, sharing your personal stories and accomplishments can inspire current students to find their own path. You can help us show the value of a UConn liberal arts education by becoming a mentor or attending a student networking event.
Your company can be a great resource for our students, too. Strengthen UConn Nation by using your connections to hire a UConn student or recent graduate.
For more information or to get started, please contact the CLAS Office of Alumni Relations.
Attend an Event
Whether you’re in Connecticut or across the globe, UConn provides a variety of opportunities to network and socialize with fellow Huskies. Popular UConn Alumni event series include #ThisIsAmerica and CLAS Career Night.
Keep in Touch
Have you done something great lately? Submit a class note to the Office of Alumni Relations, or contact the CLAS Office of Alumni Relations! We love to hear how UConn alumni are changing the world and growing UConn Nation.
Find out what’s happening on campus and with fellow alumni by reading UConn's alumni magazine or your alumni e-newsletter. Not receiving a copy? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to update your address and email preferences.
Give to the College
By making a gift to CLAS, you can help the College support student success and innovation. You can direct your gift to an area that is most meaningful to you. Learn how to give to areas of priority in the College, or browse a full list of College funds by department or program.
CLAS Dean’s Advisory Board
The CLAS Dean’s Advisory Board offers expert advice and guidance to the Dean on promoting the College’s achievements, fundraising, and strengthening relationships with alumni. The Board members are advocates for the liberal arts and sciences, leaders within the UConn community, and active in projects and philanthropy that support student success and further the College’s goals. See a list of Board members.
The UConn Office of Alumni Relations - formerly the UConn Alumni Association - was founded in 1888 as the Storrs Agricultural School Alumni Association. Today, it facilitates a lifelong partnership between alumni and the University by offering events, resources, and networking opportunities to UConn graduates. Learn more about the UConn Office of Alumni Relations.
The UConn Foundation is a separate nonprofit dedicated solely to raising and administering funds for the University of Connecticut. It serves UConn Nation by providing ways for alumni and friends to stay connected to the University you love—whether that’s by attending an event, helping current students, or making a gift to a cause you’re passionate about. Learn more about the UConn Foundation.