Join a Chapter to meet other alumni and attend special events.
Joining any Geographic and Academic Chapter makes you an active member.
How to Start a New Chapter
- Complete the New Chapter Request Form
Interested in starting a new Chapter? There are two types of groups you might think about initiating — a Geographic Chapter, Professional Chapter or a Special Interest Chapter. You may belong to as many chapters as you wish.
Regional 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 athletic events, educational programs and career networking. All alumni are encouraged to get involved with local alums in their area. New chapters can be formed at any time.
Professional alumni chapters provide a means for alumni to reconnect with friends and colleagues within their professional and academic careers. The activities and programming of these chapters vary but often include mentoring programs between current students and alumni and networking events for alumni and students.
Special Interest Chapters
Special interest chapters provide a means for alumni to reconnect with friends and colleagues with similar background and educational interest. The activities and programming of these alumni chapters offer very similar programming to regional networking including mentoring programs between current student and alumni and networking events for alumni and students.
Chapters provide opportunities for networking, professional development and entertainment through educational, cultural, social and family programs.
- Connect or reconnect with other alumni – offering opportunities to participate in Texas Woman’s University through an organized structure. Chapters and their activities assist Alumni Engagement to maintain communication links by providing alumni with university news, and updating addresses and information.
- Social chapter – providing alumni a fun, relaxed atmosphere in which to connect through shared traditions, experiences and memories built while students.
- Lifelong learning and educational programs – opportunities to come together for social and intellectual enrichment with industry speakers, lectures and workshops, and interacting with university faculty and staff.
- Career assistance – established alumni can provide other alumni, new graduates and current students with invaluable guidance and support in their career development.
- Positive visibility for Texas Woman’s University – enhancing Texas Woman’s image to alumni, family and community through strong alumni chapters. Chapters frequent media recognition helps strengthen the image and prestige of the university.
- Student recruiting – enhancing university, college and/or departmental prestige by attending recruitment events such as college fairs, hosting informational receptions for prospective students, or for incoming freshmen to welcome them into the Texas Woman’s University family.
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