Office of Alumni Relations

密歇根州立大学丹佛’s Office of Alumni Relations connects over 100,000名校友互相交流, the University and the greater 密歇根州立大学丹佛 community. 通过提供福利, services and incredible opportunities for all members of our Roadrunner family, we ensure your 密歇根州立大学丹佛 experience extends well beyond graduation.

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校友团体, 学生, and friends of the University who are drawn together based on common interests, 分享经验. Interacting in-person and virtually, these communities encompass all divisions, 毕业班, 地区和行业, and reflect a remarkable diversity of concerns and activities.

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The 校友联络小组 exists to promote professional growth, enhance business relationships, and to provide education and community awareness in order to help our alumni become influential leaders in the community. This group meets quarterly on the second Thursday of January, April, July and October.

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Whether you like to cycle, 读, drink beer or watch movies, the 校友会 has a club for you! Join your fellow Roadrunners as you share your hobbies and interests with others.

研究生s picking up their regalia rentals.


Being a part of the Roadrunner Family takes on various forms. 志愿者ing is just one way you can donate your time to support our mission. Learn more about the many ways you can volunteer.

Health Professions 学生 gather on Auraria Campus.


Mentoring is a meaningful way to build relationships between 密歇根州立大学丹佛 alumni and current 学生. The connections made in this program help prepare our 学生 for a successful future and leave a lasting impact on our campus community. There are a variety of programs at 密歇根州立大学丹佛 that alumni can participate in based on your interest, experience and availability.

Group of Alumni with Rowdy Roadrunner


密歇根州立大学丹佛冠军 advocate on legislative and regulatory issues that positively or negatively impact the university. This is a nonpartisan issue-advocacy effort. In coordination with 密歇根州立大学丹佛 staff, advocates share information, data, anecdotal and personal stories regarding the University’s educational and economic contributions to Colorado.