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Rutgers University Alumni Association
The minute you graduate from Rutgers, you belong to the Rutgers University Alumni Association (RUAA), a powerful network of more than 460,000 Rutgers graduates! Membership is free for life and includes access to an amazing array of national, local, and university benefits. We invite you to keep in touch and stay connected in ways that are meaningful to you.
The RUAA hosts a wide variety of special events exclusively for Rutgers alumni. Network with the best and brightest, recognize alumni leaders, volunteer to make a difference, and much more.
As a Rutgers graduate, you should have received a Rutgers Alumni Card in the mail, representing your membership in the RUAA and giving you access to thousands of discounts and services. Don’t have your alumni card? Request one today.
There are more than 140 alumni groups across the United States and around the world. Connect with alumni who have similar interests and experiences by exploring RUAA special interest groups, regional clubs, and volunteer activities.
Be a Part of this Moment
This is an exciting time for the university, with substantial developments at every turn. Each of these milestones is, on its own, cause for celebration. Together, they form a Rutgers of unprecedented size, excellence, capacity, and reach. Your support is essential to keep the momentum going. Support Rutgers today.
Looking for a Job or Just Want a Career Change?
As a graduate of Rutgers University, you are part of a robust network of more than 460,000 professionals around the world. Join the Rutgers Alumni LinkedIn group to get career advice and explore new opportunities.
Connect with Rutgers Magazine
Relive President Obama’s historic visit to Rutgers, and what it took to arrange for his appearance, to deliver the 250th Commencement Address. Meet the 2016 inductees into the Rutgers Hall of Distinguished Alumni: Stephen I. Chazen RC’68, Phuti Mahanyele DC’93, Jason UCNB’09 and Devin McCourty UCNB’10, and Sung Poblete NUR’89, GSN’92, 00. Read how alumna Victoria F. Pratt, chief judge of the Newark Municipal Court, personifies the success of “procedural justice,” an encouraging approach to criminal justice reform. Find out why so many people stay in jobs that they don’t like—and what they can do about it. It’s all there, in the Spring 2016 issue of Rutgers Magazine.