Alumni Clubs & Groups

The Brandeis University Alumni Association offers graduates many ways to connect with each other and with the university. There are alumni clubs and groups across the U.S. and around the world, wherever Brandeisians reside. Use the tools below to find alumni in your area or to connect based on areas of shared interest or profession. Get connected today!

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“I have great memories of Brandeis. It is where I met many of my closest friends and my wife! When the opportunity to volunteer presented itself, it was an easy decision.  As club president, I have enjoyed meeting new people, reconnecting with old friends and interviewing prospective freshmen. It has been great sharing my enthusiasm for Brandeis with others.”

Andy Zeitlin '90
President, Alumni Club of Westchester and Southern Connecticut

  • Chicago

    Brandeis Basketball - Judges vs. Chicago Maroons

    January 14, 2018

    Almost 50 alumni and their children gathered to watch the Brandeis judges take on the Chicago Maroons in basketball.... In between the men's and women's games they enjoyed pizza and refreshments.

  • Career Programs, New York City

    Record-Breaking Attendance at Annual Alumni-Student Networking Night in NYC

    January 8, 2018

    A record-breaking 190 members of the Brandeis community, including undergraduate and graduate students, alumni and friends, attended the annual networking night held over winter break on Jan. 8, 2018.... The event began with a networking workshop led by Pamela Weinberg '87 who shared tips for starting conversations and leveraging new contacts before heading into industry networking. Gary Wingens '85, P'14, and his staff at Lowenstein Sandler generously hosted the event, which was co-sponsored by the Hiatt Career Center and the Alumni Club of New York City.

  • Faculty in the Field, Southern California

    Faculty in the Field with Professor Ryan McKittrick

    January 7, 2018

    Alumni gathered in San Diego at the home of Sandy Lakoff '53 for the first annual Faculty in the Field event.... They heard Professor Ryan McKittrick speak on the American musical from the beginning of the century through to Hamilton.