Our most sincere welcome to you and all Edinboro Alumni, more than 65,000 strong and growing! We hope you have been able to return to your university for one of the many events on campus. If not, then we hope you are able to stay in touch through regional events, Edinboro University Magazine, or one of the many web pages connected to Edinboro University.
When visiting Edinboro, by all means visit the Alumni House at 210 Meadville Street. This beautiful facility houses the offices of the Alumni Association, Alumni Relations, Edinboro Foundation, and University Advancement. The Alumni House provides a center for all things alumni, including a memory room containing memorabilia from earlier generations of Edinboro Alumni. The Alumni Association and Office of Alumni Relations staff will be glad to provide a tour of the facility and help you reconnect with Edinboro.
Edinboro Alumni are able to access many privileges and benefits, including job networking, insurance programs, travel opportunities, affinity card programs, and reconnecting with former classmates. You can use the links provided on this page or the Edinboro University web page to find more information.
Being able to support Edinboro University and the Alumni Association is a privilege open to all alumni and friends and one we ask that you give serious thought and consideration. The Alumni General Fund drive is vital to our continued support of programs and scholarships that will ensure a bright future for the university and its students and alumni, past, present and future. Unrestricted gifts enable us to support a broad variety of programs and scholarships. You may also restrict your gift to specific programs and scholarships or other university initiatives. Explore the opportunities you have to enable other students to enjoy the benefits of having attended Edinboro University. Thank you in advance for your financial assistance. Keep Edinboro in your heart!
As the last stanza of the Edinboro Alma Mater concludes:
Oh Edinboro, Edinboro
Ever praising Thee in song,
While class speeds class
As swift years pass,
To Thee our hearts belong.
Please contact the Office of Alumni Relations at 1-800-526-0117 if you have questions about the University and its alumni programs. For questions about the Alumni Association or its Board of Directors, you can contact us at email@example.com. Your input is valuable to us. Finally, any visit to campus must now include stopping to see the Fighting Scot Statue located near McComb Fieldhouse. This magnificent addition to the Edinboro campus provides a photo opportunity you can't miss!
As always and forever, Go Boro!
The EUAA Board of Directors