Communities and Leadership

At AU, we rely on our alumni leaders to bridge the gap between the campus and our more than 120,000 alumni living and working in D.C., the country, and the world. Whether serving as chapter leaders, class reunion chairs, or volunteers for our boards and councils, to name a few, our alumni volunteer leaders serve as ambassadors of AU and work hard to engage fellow alumni in the life and heart of the university.

The AU Alumni Board

The American University Alumni Board is made up of a dedicated group of volunteers who serve as ambassadors of the university and work to actively engage other alumni in the life of the university.

Young Alumni Chapter
With chapters in D.C. and New York City, the Young Alumni Chapter relies on the leadership of energetic alumni who will help design programming uniquely designed to meet the social, networking, and educational needs and interests of graduates from the past 10 years.  

Domestic Chapter Leadership
From Honolulu to Boston, we have 22 domestic alumni chapters that offer a wide range of programming, including social, athletic, educational/cultural, and networking events to our alumni living across the country. Sign up now to participate as a volunteer in your region.

International Chapter Leadership
Don’t miss out on your AU connection while you’re abroad!  With 12 international chapters, our alumni are active around the globe and we’re always looking for new participants and chapter leaders.

Class Reunion Committee Leadership
The Office of Alumni Relations hosts annual reunions for the 5th and 10th classes, which held during All-American Weekend in October. Let us know if you are interested in volunteering for your class reunion committee. Not part of the 5th or 10th reunion, but want to get involved? Click the link above to learn more!

School-Based Programs
Each school and college offers opportunities for leadership and engagement through participation in mentoring programs and outreach opportunities.