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Our alumni are an integral part of the life and continued success of the college. F&M Alumni Relations is here to build meaningful relationships, provide resources, and engaging opportunities necessary to strengthen and uphold that success. Through these principles and a commitment to diversity in our programming, our Alumni Relations team pledges to provide experiences and opportunities for connections between alumni, students, parents, and friends.

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Attend & Engage

Mark your calendar! We host alumni events, virtually and in-person,  year-round and invite you to a variety of educational and social programs.  

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Watch, Read, Listen

Explore our collection of on-demand digital content including Diplomat Digital, our social media, and alumni stories.  

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Career & Professional Development

Achieve your career goals. Check out our listing of resources created to empower and educate our alumni in their career and professional development.  

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Support F&M

Make your impact. Learn about the variety of ways that you can support F&M through volunteer opportunities, gift-giving, and showing your F&M pride.  

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Alumni Association Board

Our Alumni Board Members volunteer their time to work on behalf of our entire alumni body and the College. Meet them and learn about their roles and activities.  

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The Pulse

Story 9/15/2021

Phillips Museum Announces Fall Exhibitions

Captured moments on film, questionable foods and the "artful nature" of fashion and theatre are the fall exhibits at the Phillips Museum of Art this semester. 

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Story 8/30/2021

Four Students Launch Government Internship Program

This summer, four F&M students traveled to Washington D.C. to work in Congress or at a federal agency, either remotely or on location under the Ken Duberstein '65 Public Service Internship Endowment.

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Story 7/30/2021

Alumni Gifts Support Black Cultural Center

"Place can matter." H. Art Taylor, Esq., ’80 is a firm believer in that principle. It’s the motivation for recent gifts from multiple donors toward Black Cultural Center renovations.

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