Alumni & Parent Programs

Get Involved - Advancement

Alumni Office

Alumni Association Board of Directors ~ View Volunteer Information

The Alumni Board meets three times a year on Butler's campus to discuss important issues relevant to Butler University alumni. Board members serve on four year terms and come from a variety of different backgrounds and locations.

Young Alumni Board of Directors ~ View Volunteer Information

The Young Alumni Board, based in central Indiana, meets regularly to discuss issues relevant to Butler University young alumni. To learn more about the Young Alumni Board click here or contact Jennie Jones or (317) 940-9931.

Black Alumni Association ~ View Volunteer Information

Black alumni are invited to attend regular meetings and social functions in an effort to increase the quality of education provided to African-American Butler students. To learn more about the Black Alumni Association, click here or contact Nikki Mazelin '97 at (317) 940-9809.

Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender Alumni Association ~ View Volunteer Information

GLBT alumni are invited to participate in an effort to network, support and mentor other GLBT alumni and current students though the Butler Alliance. To learn more about the GLBT Alumni Association, contact Rachael Burt at (317) 940-9946.

Butler University Student Foundation (BUSF) ~ View Volunteer Information

Volunteer with BUSF by getting involved with the Dinner with Ten Bulldogs or sponsoring the annual Bulldog Jog. For information about BUSF, visit their website or contact Jennie Jones or (317) 940-9931.

Chapter Leadership ~ View Volunteer Information

Butler University's chapter program has been designed to strengthen the relations of alumni with the life of the University. The chapter network provides opportunities for alumni to engage in social, recreation, and education programs that encourage professional and social networking. Currently the University has nine chapters: Atlanta, Bay Area (San Francisco/Oakland), Central Indiana, Chicago, Cincinnati, Greater Detroit Fort Wayne, Greater New York and Washington D.C. To learn more about the chapters, visit their websites or contact Monique Wise or Nikki Mazelin '97.

Class Reunion Committees ~ View Volunteer Information

Personal contact makes all the difference when volunteers encourage their classmates to return to Butler each fall for homecoming and class reunions. We welcome your programming ideas, too. Class reunions are traditionally held for classes celebrating their 50th, 25th, 10th or 5th reunions. If you are a member of another class and are interested in planning a reunion, let us know. Contact the alumni office about class reunions.

Student Mentoring ~ View Volunteer Information

Be a mentor to current Butler students interested in your field of study and career. Interested alumni should contact the Office of Internship and Career Services at www.butler.edu/career.

Admissions ~ View Volunteer Information

Help Butler recruit the best new students by submitting information on prospective students and volunteering on behalf of the University in your area. For more information contact Megan O'Rourke '06 or (317) 940-6948.