AU Alumni Board
The American University Alumni Board serves more than 120,000 AU alumni worldwide. Members have the opportunity to play a key role in guiding the efforts and initiatives of the Office of Alumni Relations, and to serve as regional, national, and international ambassadors of American University.
The American University Alumni Board (AUAB) has existed since the 1950s, and operates to govern the AU Alumni Association (AUAA), providing strategic insight and professional expertise to assist the university’s outreach effort to alumni. The AUAB is made up of a dedicated group of volunteers who serve as ambassadors for and to the university and work to engage all alumni in the life of the institution.
Apply for the American University Alumni Board
At-large board members serve a two-year term, following which they may reapply for a second term. Considering applying to the Alumni Board? Be sure to review the roles and responsibilities of Alumni Board Membership.
The applications process for 2014 has closed. Be sure to check back in fall of 2015 when the process reopens.
Meet the current Alumni Board members.
The American University Alumni Awards are the highest honors presented by the AU Alumni Association on an annual basis. Selected through a highly competitive process, each recipient has made a lasting impact on society and on AU through outstanding professional, philanthropic, or voluntary accomplishments.
Four awards are conferred annually, including the Alumni Achievement Award, the Alumni Service Award, the Alumni Eagle Award, and the Rising Star Award. Open to the entire AU community, the nominations process takes place each summer.
A separate nomination form must be completed for each nominee, along with the additional nomination statement and letter(s) of recommendation. The 2014 alumni awards process has closed, and will reopen in fall of 2015.
To view the 2014 Alumni Award recipients, please click here. To learn more about the awards, please visit the Alumni Awards web page.