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Your Journey...Continued

Greetings from your beloved alma mater — and thank you for visiting the online home for the Anderson University Alumni Association.

We created this site to provide you with a wealth of resources that we hope you will find beneficial: professional/career development, service opportunities, and news from fellow members of your alumni family — to name a few.

Please take some time to peruse the various resources and opportunities that are available. It is our hope to continue to provide meaningful services to our alumni. Please feel free to contact our office if we can be of further assistance.

As an alumnus of this wonderful university, I love talking with Anderson alumni from all over the globe. I would love to connect with you, too. Whether you need assistance or you want to check out what’s new on campus, we are here to help. No matter when you arrived at AU as a student — or graduated to become a member of our alumni family — we all have memories that bridge generations and inspire us to say with one voice…

LONG LIVE ANDERSON!

Jason Rutland, Class of 2003

Associate VP for Alumni & Parent Engagement
864-231-2444  |  Email

Alumni Stories from the AU Network

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President's Message

Read a message from Evans P. Whitaker, Ph.D., President and Professor of Management.
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Alumni Calendar

View upcoming alumni events.

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Stay Connected

Coming soon, the class notes page. Submit class notes and keep up with your classmates.

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Ways to Get Involved

Discover ways to engage with current students, fellow alumni, the AU Network, staff, administrators and more.

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President's Message

Read a message from Evans P. Whitaker, Ph.D., President and Professor
of Management.

au alumni association alumni calendar

Alumni Calendar

View upcoming alumni events.

au alumni association stay connected

Stay Connected

Coming soon, the class notes page. Submit class notes and keep up with your classmates.

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Ways to Get Involved

Discover ways to engage with current students, fellow alumni, the AU Network, staff, administrators and more.

Alumni News

Save the Date

Upcoming Events

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August 26, 2019
6:00 PM
Vandiver Gallery of the Thrift Library
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October 17, 2019
6:00 PM
Vandiver Gallery of the Thrift Library
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November 21, 2019
5:00 PM
Daniel Recital Hall
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Alumni Global Reach

Anderson has over 29,000 alumni that can be found in all 50 states and over 56 countries. Anderson seeks to have alumni that go across the globe, for God and humanity. Anderson’s 95 majors and concentrations, along with 17 master’s and doctoral programs allow this to continue the mission of Anderson.

Anderson’s combination of quality and affordability, in an intentionally Christian environment, make it a rare find in American Higher Education. It is one of the reasons that Anderson has been rigorously judged by objective external evaluators as one of America’s 100 Best College Buys.

Giving That Matters

You’re grateful for your AU experience and how that has made a life changing impact on who you are today. When you give back, you’re supporting the University’s continued success, the success our students and your community. Continue your legacy today.
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Anderson University Magazine

Anderson University Magazine is published twice a year and explores general interest stories, including articles covering the present happenings, traditions and future of the university.