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Alumni Groups

The UT Arlington Alumni Association seeks to connect and serve the University of Texas at Arlington family by offering regional, professional and affinity groups for Maverick alumni and friends to interact and network with one another. Activities include happy hours, guest speakers from the University, scholarship fundraising and social networking.

Chapters
Alumni chapters are formal groups charted in geographical regions for alumni to connect with each other. Activities vary by area but often include happy hours or watch parties, scholarship fundraising and career networking. All alumni are encouraged to get involved local alums in their area. New chapters can form at anytime.

Professional alumni groups
Professional alumni groups provide a means for alumni to reconnect with friends and colleagues within their professional & academic careers. The activities and programming of the alumni societies vary but often include mentoring programs between current students and alumni and networking events for alumni and students.

Special interest groups
Special interest groups provide a means for alumni to reconnect with friends and colleagues with similar backgrounds and educational interests. The activities and programming of these alumni societies offer very similar programming to chapters including mentoring programs between current students and alumni and networking events for alumni and students.

Join a Chapter or Constituent Group
To become a member of a chapter or constituent group, you MUST be a current Member of the UT Arlington Alumni Association. To join the Alumni Association, please click HERE. Once you have joined, a link will appear under the Alumni Groups tab that will allow you to join a chapter.  

For more information on forming a group, contact Jennifer Wilson, assistant director for constituent groups, at jennifer.wilson@uta.edu.

 

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