Special interest-based groups of alumni that share a common interest, racial or ethnic background, religion or gender. Examples include the African American Alumni Council and the Association of Jewish Alumni.
Established in 1976, the UMBA offers an opportunity to network with one of the largest alumni bases in the world-more than 500,000 strong with access to a network of approximately 15,000 black alumni. Share your valuable information with current and future students, be a mentor or student recruiter.
Connect with other female graduates of U-M through one of Alumnae Council’s 13 regional clubs. Alumnae Council is one of the Alumni Association’s longest running and most active affiliate groups. Members raise money for scholarships, promote the University in their communities and recruit outstanding future Wolverines.
The University of Michigan LGBTQ Alumni Association (formerly the Gay and Lesbian Alumni Society) was re-established in 2017 to bring together alumni, faculty, students, staff, friends, and allies of all gender identities and sexual orientations in support of one another.
The University of Michigan Latino Alumni (UMLA) group was founded in 1988 to support current Latino students (future alumni) and graduates (alumni). If you would like to volunteer or be further involved in UMLA please contact Alumni Association staff member, Carlos Martinez via email at email@example.com.