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

  • South Florida

    South Florida Alumni and Students Enjoy Annual Winter Beach Party

    January 4, 2015

    Brandeis alumni, students, family and friends gathered for a day of fun in the sun at Golden Beach Pavilion in North Miami Beach on January 4.... Guests enjoyed clear blue skies, gorgeous weather and pizza on the beach as they reconnected with their local Brandeis community. Gil Drozdow '79, P'12, P'15 chaired this event.

  • Asia, China

    President Lawrence visits Hong Kong, Beijing and Shanghai

    December 18, 2014

    President Frederick Lawrence met with alumni, parents, friends and students at heavily attended events in Hong Kong, Beijing and Shanghai.... Attendees enjoyed the president’s update from campus and watching a video in which Daisy Tian (田青) ’17 described her life on campus -- in Chinese.

  • Great Britain

    Alumni Enjoy 27th Annual Thanksgiving Day Tea

    November 23, 2014

    Alumni and friends gathered to hear Professor Steve Whitfield, PhD '72 speak on “National Security vs. Freedom of Expression" at the 27th Annual Thanksgiving Day Tea in London... on Sunday, 23 November. Guests enjoyed scones, dessert and tea as they mixed, mingled and connected with other Brandeisians living in England.