Alumni Achievement Awards
Awarded annually each spring, these awards are presented to distinguished and accomplished School of Engineering & Applied Science alumni and friends.
Alumni Advisory Council
Alumni continue to serve the School of Engineering & Applied Science through leadership on various committees.
Exclusively for the use of Washington University alumni, the online directory connects graduates via the Internet. Alumni may also choose to let students view their profiles for networking purposes.
The William Greenleaf Eliot Society's members are leaders in supporting the Annual Fund.
The Engineering Mentor Program provides students the opportunity to interact with alumni who share their perspective on their own education and career development.
Regional Alumni Association Clubs
The backbone of the Regional Clubs program is a corps of dedicated volunteers. Washington University Clubs are organized geographically both in the United States and abroad. So no matter where you live, you're likely to find a Club near you. Whether you give your time as a Club officer, host an event in your home or volunteer at an event, you are helping to extend and maintain the Washington University community.
Reunion Weekends at Washington University in St. Louis are some of the most important events on our annual calendar. Whether you are participating in your undergraduate Reunion during Alumni Weekend at Thurtene Carnival or Commencement, or in one of our graduate or professional Reunion programs, you will find your Reunion celebration an exciting time to return to campus.
Women & Engineering
Women & Engineering provides a networking and engagement avenue for alumnae and current students in the School of Engineering & Applied Science. Events are held quarterly and include an educational or professional development component.