Office of Alumni Relations

The latest news from Virginia Commonwealth University

Summer send-offs welcome VCU’s newest students

The official Class of 2028 welcome! VCU’s summer send-offs give new students and families a chance to connect with the VCU community, meet alumni and current students, and get their first glimpse of what it means to be a Ram.  D.C., Maryland and Northern Virginia6-8 p.m. Wednesday, July 31Lubber Run Community Center, 300 N. Park […]

Alumni Spotlight: Alysha Morgan (B.S.’16)

VCU wasn’t on Alysha Morgan’s (B.S.’16) radar when she was thinking about college, but a VCUarts brochure prompted her to audition for the dance department. Her first visit on campus, including sitting in on a modern dance class, sealed the deal. Since graduating from VCU, she has lived and worked in Los Angeles and is […]

Alumni Spotlight: Christine Delo (M.S.W.’04)

Christine Delo (M.S.W.’04)  is a Licensed Clinician Social Worker (LCSW) for a rural community based mental health and substance use agency near the Eastern Shore of Virginia. She had always heard about the social work program at VCU, while getting her degree at Christopher Newport University. She applied to VCU upon graduation where she got […]

Alumni Spotlight: Saif Khan (B.A.’07)

Like many people, Saif Khan (B.A.’07) chose VCU for its vibrant urban campus, but his college experience was far from typical. As a member of the Virginia Army National Guard, he was deployed to Iraq in his sophomore year in 2004, and didn’t know when he could resume his education. Saif safely returned after nearly […]

Social in the City Returns

Join VCU Alumni as we welcome 2024 grads into the alumni family. Build your network while enjoying a fun-filled evening in your city. Plus, learn more about VCU Alumni, upcoming events and other opportunities for alumni in your area. RichmondWhen: 6-8 p.m. Thursday, June 13Where: Blue Bee Cidery, 4811 Bethlehem Road, Suite A, Richmond, VA […]

Volunteer with VCU Alumni

Volunteering with VCU Alumni allows you to reconnect with your Ram family while giving back to your community. Whether you are a recent grad or a seasoned professional, explore the latest volunteer opportunities and find the one that works best for you. Watch the video above to hear from alumni volunteers and see why they […]

Watch Party: VCU vs. UR

We want YOU to help us cheer on our Rams as they take on the University of Richmond Spiders at 6 p.m. ET Saturday, March 2. Join fellow alums gathering across the country for food, drinks and basketball at our regional watch parties. 

Alumni Spotlight: Shelia Cross (B.S.’77) and Adrienne Cross Ward (B.S.’82)

Sisters Shelia Cross (B.S.’77) and Adrienne Cross Ward (B.S.’82) both chose VCU for its urban campus environment, just far enough from their home in Hampton Roads to be independent, but close enough to stay connected to family. Both Shelia and Adrienne majored in psychology. For the last several years, they have hosted an annual cookout […]

Victory alert: The Rams advance to the semifinals!

Join VCU Alumni in NYC this weekend as the men’s basketball team plays in the A-10 tournament. Show your support for our Rams in Brooklyn or at a local watch party! Learn more about the tournament and get individual game tickets info from A-10. All-session books are available through VCU Athletics. Need help getting around […]

Alumni Owned Business Profile: Shirtquarters

Drew Powers (B.S.’06) began his college experience at Reynolds Community College in 2000 before transferring to VCU in 2002. He had always worked full time and continued while he was in school, taking night classes for his marketing degree. Plus, he had a side hustle. Starting with a heat press, then eventually teaching himself screen […]

Alumni Spotlight: Michelle Miguel 

Michelle Miguel (B.S.’20), a proud Salvadoreña, chose VCU for its mission and value of diversity. She was a member of the Latinx Student Association and Students Today Alumni Tomorrow (now Student Alumni Council). In honor of National Hispanic Heritage Month, Sept. 15-Oct. 15, she talks about culture, pride and her college experience as a Latina […]

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