Alumni & Parent Programs

Alumni Associations

Alumni and parents are valued members of the Butler University community. Butler's Alumni Association includes all alumni; you are considered an alumnus if you earned 30 credit hours or more at Butler. Today's Alumni Association is governed by a board of directors and is organized into regional and affinity chapters. Although roughly two-thirds of Butler graduates are in Indiana, our 44,000+ alumni live in every state and in more than 50 foreign countries. The Association welcomes everyone "home" to the Butler campus or to support the University wherever you live.

The Office of Alumni and Parent Programs oversees alumni and parent organizations that are designed to be inclusive. None of our organizations collect membership dues. They do, however, offer many benefits and volunteer opportunities. We administer many organizational bodies that will reconnect you with Butler and support the University's tradition of excellence.

Alumni Association Board of Directors: promotes the ongoing excellence of Butler University by enlisting the support and participation of its graduates. Board members volunteer their time, talent and resources to assist in communication, recruitment, student retention and outreach.

Black Alumni Association: assists African-American graduates in maintaining strong connections with their alma mater through social activities, networking opportunities and service to the Butler community.

Butler University Student Foundation (BUSF): works to connect Butler students of the past, present and future while providing opportunities in service, networking, leadership and career development for current students.

Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender (GLBT) Alumni Association: is designed to foster interaction between Butler University and gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender alumni.

Parent Association: provides parents with support to keep them engaged with the campus community while encouraging parents to be active participants in their student's education.

Young Alumni Board of Directors: provides programming aims to assist graduates of the last 10 years in maintaining a strong connection with their alma mater.