ALUMNI IN ACTION
Letter from our Alumni Director
Dear Neumann Alumni,
It is with immense joy and pride that we extend a warm welcome to all Neumann University alumni. Your connection to our institution is cherished, and your presence here is a testament to the enduring spirit of our Neumann family.
As the Alumni Director, I am honored to serve as a bridge between the past and the present, ensuring that the bonds formed during your time at Neumann continue to thrive. Our alumni community is a vital part of the legacy of our university, and your accomplishments, contributions, and experiences are a source of inspiration for current and future students.
Whether you graduated recently or many years ago, Neumann remains your academic home. We invite you to explore the many ways you can stay engaged with your alma mater. From alumni events to mentorship opportunities and volunteering, there are numerous avenues for you to connect with fellow alumni and give back to the Neumann community.
Your journey with Neumann doesn't end at graduation; it's a lifelong connection that we celebrate and nurture. We encourage you to stay connected, share your stories, and be a part of our vibrant alumni network. Together, we can continue to make a positive impact on our alma mater and the world beyond.
Thank you for being an essential part of the Neumann University legacy. We look forward to celebrating your achievements and sharing in your continued success.
Recognizing Alumni Accomplishments & Service Leadership
- 13 distinguished awards
- Celebrating lifetime achievements & community impact
- Students, faculty, staff, alumni & NU community welcome
- Join us for a dinner reception following the ceremony
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Becoming an Engaged Alumni
" Being an active alumni strengthened my connections, advanced my career, and fostered an appreciation for the institution that changed my life for the better. My involvement beyond my education has helped me to witness the impact that an alumni can have on the future of students who were just like me."
- J. Meyers '09