If you are interested in joining an alumni chapter, please visit that chapter's webpage for more information.
The following chapters are active within the Nevada Alumni Association.
The Alumni Band Chapter is compromised of current and former members of the Wolf Pack Marching Band (est. 1980), "The Pride of the Sierra". It is open to anyone who is or was a member of the Wolf Pack Marching Band for at least one year.
Annual Dues are $25 per year and Lifetime Membership is $150. Dues help fund the music scholarships and host allow the chapter to host events in participation with the current Wolf Pack Marching Band.
Over the past 100 years, thousands of Asian Pacific Islander students have studied in University of Nevada classrooms, cheered for the Wolf Pack at Mackay Stadium, and celebrated upon graduating from the University of Nevada, Reno.
In May 2008, the idea to start an alumni chapter for Asian Pacific Islanders was proposed to a small group of graduates and soon-to-be graduates. With the desire to maintain relationships and continue networking with Asian Pacific Islander graduates, the idea received resounding support. Shortly after, the API Alumni Chapter was born.
The API Alumni Chapter of the University of Nevada, Reno is an Alumni Chapter dedicated to the understanding of Asian and Pacific Islander awareness in our community. We are dedicated to building lasting relationships through shared experiences while furthering Asian Pacific Islander culture. We strive to dispel negative Asian Pacific Islander stereotypes through education and outreach within the community.
Our goal is to provide support in all areas of cultural awareness involving the University of Nevada, Reno and its constituents. The API Alumni Chapter incorporates the values of the University of Nevada, Reno while promoting well-being, advocacy, opportunities and growth through volunteering, communication and outreach in the Asian Pacific Islander Community.
The API Alumni Chapter has developed the following goals to achieve our purpose and mission in serving and supporting the University of Nevada's API Alumni community.
Promote Asian Pacific Islander awareness by celebrating the achievements and success of alumni members
Develop career resources for new, mid-level and senior members
Create a mentoring program for new members and other special groups
Generate scholarships for high school and college students (undergraduate and graduate)
Provide opportunities to network and build professional/personal relationships through social events and activities
Support Asian Pacific Islander student organizations on campus
Create local community service and outreach opportunities
Develop Fundraising to financially support the API alumni organization and contribute to the efforts of the University of Nevada, Reno Alumni Office
Recruit Asian Pacific Islander students to attend the University of Nevada, Reno
Support the mission and goals of University of Nevada, Reno and the University of Nevada, Reno Alumni Office
Statement of non-discrimination: The University of Nevada, Reno Asian Pacific Islander Alumni Chapter does not discriminate in practice or intent on the basis of race, color, creed, national origin, sex, veteran status, disability, or sexual orientation.
Official Eligibility: Any individual who is a graduate of the University of Nevada, Reno shall be eligible for membership for $25 a year.
Rights of Membership: All members will have a duty to promote the growth and welfare of the chapter. It is the right of all members to vote.
Tax-deductible gifts and fees collected for the College of Business Alumni Association Golf Tournament will be deposited into a University of Nevada, Reno Foundation Account that is approved to be used for entertaining, hosting, travel, or employee perquisites as stated by University Policy.
Become a member of the College of Business Alumni Association today by selecting your preferred membership type below. Learn more about COBAA.
The Fallon Alumni Chapter helps to recruit students from Churchill County to attend the University of Nevada. The chapter meets once a quarter and all Nevada Alumni and friends are welcome to participate.
In order to raise funds for our Elmo and Donna Dericco Memorial Scholarship fund and to provide opportunities to Back the Pack, we sponsor events such as Campus Visits for high school seniors, Rooter Bus trips to Nevada Football and Men's Basketball games, Big Screen watch parties at the Fallon Theater, Mystery Dinner Bus trips, Golf Tournaments, Italian Dinner nights, and other fun events throughout the year.
Follow our Fallon Alumni Chapter Facebook page and keep an eye out for special event invitations sent directly to all alumni in the Fallon area. We hope to see you at one of our events soon!
The mission of the Graduate School Alumni Chapter (GSAC) is to foster networking relationships between alumni, faculty, current graduate students and community members through:
All-inclusive networking opportunities involving Graduate School members from urban, rural, national and international communities.
Providing professional, discipline-specific mentorship opportunities between alumni and students.
Supporting current graduate students through scholarship opportunities.
Building a community of alumni through multi-disciplinary networking and social events.
Establishing a platform of opportunities for current students and alumni for areas of career advancement, the arts and local businesses.
Individuals who are alumni, students, friends or an individual who has taken graduate-level classes at the University of Nevada, Reno Graduate School are considered members of the GSAC. However, there are two membership categories – Blue and Silver membership.
The individual must be an alumnus, student, friend or an individual who has taken graduate-level classes at the University of Nevada, Reno Graduate School. Any individual wishing to join the Graduate School Alumni Chapter who does not meet these criteria may become a member by attending a general membership meeting.
Individuals who are considered blue members are considered non-voting members in committees, the executive committee, and the board.
The individual must be an alumnus, student, friend or an individual who has taken graduate-level classes at the University of Nevada, Reno Graduate School.
The individual must maintain membership by paying $65 in annual dues to the GSAC. Individuals who have graduated within three (3) years of their graduate degree do not need to pay the $65 in annual dues to be considered a silver member. This may stack for multiple graduate degrees.
Individuals who are considered silver members are voting members in committees and general membership meetings. They may also sit on committees within the GSAC and run for officer positions if they have attended at least six (6) or a majority of the general membership meetings during the GSAC year.
Join us in creating an ongoing network of Honors alumni; mentoring current Honors students; planning meaningful and engaging community programming; and supporting the recruitment, advocacy, and social engagement of the Honors College.
Come reestablish ties to Honors through chapter membership:
The Native American Alumni Chapter was established in the early 1990's. The purpose of the chapter is to bring together the Native American community, Alumni and University by sharing the American Indian culture and heritage on the University campus through traditional events and athletic activities. For the past seven years, the Chapter has coordinated the Mr. & Miss University of Nevada Reno Pow Wow for children ages 3-18 years of age. The chapter believes that education is the key to success for native communities and they encourage youth and their families to experience the University though educational conferences and University sponsored events throughout the year. The Chapter also provides Native American/ Alaska Native students scholarships and support while attending the University. Through our funding efforts the chapter was able to increase our scholarships to $1,000. On behalf of the Native American Alumni Chapter, we would like to express our gratitude to the University and the Alumni Association for this prestigious award and recognition of our contributions to the University of Nevada and the alumni community.
This Chapter is for all Native American graduates of the University of Nevada, Native American graduates of other institutions of higher education and friends of the Chapter.
The Native American Alumni Chapter fund raises throughout the year to provide scholarships to a Nevada, tribally enrolled student. Each scholarship recipient is awarded $1,000 toward school fees and books.
The purpose of the Nevada Latino Alumni Chapter is to build community through alumni relations, support academic excellence, and be a contributing voice past graduation. The chapter seeks to partner with the University in efforts to increase Latino graduation rates and help pave a stronger path to higher education in the community.
Our long term goal is to establish a scholarship fund for incoming first-year students.
If you worked at the Nevada Sagebrush, we encourage you to join today! Our purpose is to provide an outlet for former Sagebrushers to socialize and create an ongoing network. Join the conversation by visiting us on the Nevada Sagebrush Facebook or Nevada Sagebrush LinkedIn.
Joining the Nursing Alumni Association will give you the perfect opportunity to reconnect with the school and with your colleagues. In addition, membership will grant you and your family a number of great benefits, including opportunities for CEUs, social events, achievement recognition, networking, activity updates, and fun!
Come re-establish ties to your alma mater and support your OSNAA.
The School of Journalism Alumni Chapter is dedicated to fostering the connection between its graduates and the Reynolds School of Journalism. Through member socials, school events and more, we aim to give back to the Reynolds School whenever possible and keep our network of journalism grads connected wherever they are. We encourage anyone who graduated with a degree (or a minor) in journalism and wants to continue to be part of the J-School family to join today!
The mission of the University of Nevada School of Journalism Alumni Chapter is to engage alumni in an effort to maintain strong connections with each other and the Reynolds School of Journalism post-graduation.
The University of Nevada, Reno School of Medicine Alumni Chapter reconnects alumni across the state and nation with the school, its faculty, and current students. Membership will provide a variety of opportunities for alumni to reconnect and give back to the School of Medicine. For more information about the chapter please visit the School of Medicine alumni website
Join us as we establish the first School of Social Work Alumni Chapter at the University of Nevada, Reno.
The mission of the School of Social Work Alumni Chapter (SSWAC) is to foster relationships between alumni, faculty, students and community members through dynamic and engaging events; expanding educational and professional development that is innovative, cultivates leadership opportunities at micro, mezzo and macro levels through human rights and social justice lens.
Steven Hammonds, LMSW, CSW-Intern, LADC, '13, '19 MSW Chapter President Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you live in Southern California and are looking for the perfect way to reconnect with the University of Nevada, you've just found it! The Southern California Alumni Chapter is open to all Nevada alumni and hosts several annual events.
Your membership is not only a fun way to network with other Nevada alumni, but also to support our scholarship fund. We have helped Southern California students attend Nevada for more than 20 years!
Get all of the best you remember about your time at Nevada for annual dues of only $10!
Strengthen the Pack is dedicated to raising funds that help support a Top 25 infrastructure in nutrition and strength training for all University of Nevada Athletes. If 1 in every 8 alumni join Strengthen the Pack for $7.75/month, we could give $500,000 annually to help Athletics build that infrastructure.
The purpose of the Veterans Alumni Chapter is to promote service, leadership and community engagement. We strive to create a network designed to produce lasting and meaningful opportunities in employment and positive involvement. Members of the chapter gain access to peers and their professional networks.
The Veterans Alumni Chapter is open to Nevada alumni Veterans who have served in the military, including current active duty, members of the National Guard and Reserves, family members of active duty and Veterans, and supporters of the Veteran community.
Dues are just $20 per year. We hold monthly community events that engage with local Veterans and community supporters.
The Nevada Young Alumni Chapter is for alumni who have graduated within the last 10 years from the University. The members of the chapter have the opportunity to network through social engagements and University promotions. The chapter also awards undergraduate scholarships and is involved in community service events.
Membership is only $10 a year and you receive discounts on most Nevada Young Alumni events.
Check out our Young Alumni Facebook page to stay up to date with the chapter or to apply to be part of the board.