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Wherever you are, the Syracuse University Alumni Association is with you. From hosting events where you live to creating lifelong connections and providing career support, the SUAA keeps you in the Orange family—for life.

Upcoming Events

May Generation Orange Happy Hour photo
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ATLANTA - Join the Syracuse University Alumni Club of Atlanta for our fifth in a series of monthly Generation Orange (for graduates of the last 10 years) happy hour gatherings.  add to calendar
 ’Cuse Connections: Syracuse Abroad photo
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WASHINGTON, DC - Join us for an alumni reception in celebration of Syracuse Abroad and the incredible impacts that travel continues to have on our students. add to calendar
Syracuse Stage Gala Honors Chancellor Syverud, Dr. Chen photo
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You’re invited to join us at Syracuse Stage’s 2018 Gala honoring Chancellor Kent Syverud and his wife, Dr. Ruth Chen. The Gala celebrates the partnership between the Stage and Syracuse University. add to calendar
2018 MIRROR AWARDS photo
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NEW YORK CITY - Syracuse University’s S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications will honor NPR with the i-3 award for impact, innovation and influence at the 12th annual Mirror Awards ceremony as we honor excellence in media industry reporting. add to calendar
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Sterling Boin ’14 Takes Love of SU to New Heights photo
Sterling Boin ’14, president of the Syracuse University Alumni Club of Colorado and a member of the Generation Orange Leadership Council, took school spirit to new heights by climbing to the top of the famous El Capitan (elevation: 7,569 feet) and Lost Arrow Spire (6,930 feet) peaks in Yosemite National Park. 
Heritage Profile Series: Alumni Share How SU Instilled a Sense of Cultural Pride  photo
During Asian-American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, Syracuse University alumni Victoria Chan-Frazier '09, Ben Fang '15, and Anny (Hong) Fan '01 discussed the role SU played in developing their strong sense of pride in their heritage. 
SU Education Helped David Finkelstein ’82 Launch Successful Career on Wall Street photo
David Finkelstein '82 relied on his Syracuse University education to launch a successful career as an investment banker on Wall Street. Wanting to give back to his alma mater, Finkelstein also founded the SU Alumni Club of Westchester/Fairfield Counties, or WestFair Orange.

How do you connect?

Your Syracuse experience doesn’t end with graduation. Discover some of the many ways you can stay connected to your fellow alums, today’s students, and the university that has played such a big part in your life!