The GSAS alumni community is a worldwide network of more than 40,000 individuals, united across departments and degrees by their shared Columbia graduate experience. Columbia's Graduate School is one of the oldest in the country, and your degree makes you an integral part of this institution.
GSAS alumni have a number of ways to stay connected with one another and with current students. Please write to the GSAS Office of Alumni Relations at [email protected] with any questions.
Students become members of the GSAS Alumni Association automatically upon receipt of a postgraduate degree from Columbia University. The GSAS Alumni Association offers regular programs and events for alumni. Click here to learn more about how you can stay connected to GSAS.
The GSAS Alumni Association is governed by a board of directors. The board strives to enhance the GSAS student and alumni experience by developing the alumni network across the professions and promoting development efforts. Click here to learn more about the board.
The board’s work is divided between a series of committees. Click here to learn more about the committees and their responsibilities.
The monthly GSAS e-newsletter features inspiring student and alumni news, exciting opportunities for GSAS graduates, upcoming Alumni Association events and programs, and more. To subscribe, please email [email protected].
As a graduate of Columbia University, you are part of a global network of more than 320,000 alumni. All university alumni are represented by the Columbia Alumni Association (CAA). Click here to learn more about the CAA and the activities and opportunities it offers.
Connect with fellow Columbia alumni by joining the online Alumni Community, which allows you to:
- Search for alumni by name, graduation year, and industry, and message them directly
- Join groups to engage with alumni from your discipline or who share your professional and personal interests
- Post job opportunities, class notes, and updates on your profile or in groups
- Update your contact information and email preferences
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