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

  • Houston

    Spring Happy Hour

    March 8, 2017

    Houston-area alumni gathered for delicious appetizers and wine while catching up with friends new and old at Salento.... Heidi Kaplan '78 P'16, and Francyne Davis Jacobs '95 served as event chairs.

  • Great Britain, International Alumni Network

    Meet President Ron Liebowitz

    March 5, 2017

    More than 50 Brandeisians and friends welcomed President Ron Liebowitz and his wife, Jessica, to London at the Royal Automobile Club.... Every decade of Brandeis was represented among the students studying abroad and friends. Anant Jani '03, MS'03, co-president of the Alumni Club of Great Britain, welcomed the attendees. Founding club president Joan Givner Bovarnick, PhD'69, introduced President Liebowitz.

  • International Alumni Network, Israel

    Faculty in the Field with Professor Jonathan D. Sarna '75, MA'75

    March 2, 2017

    Jonathan D. Sarna '75, MA'75, spoke about future trends in American Jewish life.... More than 40 alumni, parents, students and friends attended the Faculty in the Field event with Sarna, University Professor and the Joseph H. and Belle R. Braun Professor of American Jewish History. In his discussion, he drew on the impact of the 2016 election and other economic, demographic and religious changes. Stephen Hazan Arnoff '94 hosted the event at the Fuchsberg Jerusalem Center for Conservative Judaism.