Young Alumni


Young Alumni

About the Young Alumni Association

Did you graduate in the last 10 years? If so, you are one of Drew’s Young Alumni and belong to the Young Alumni Association! The Young Alumni Association aims to create meaningful programs for recent alumni and encourage them to foster and sustain a lifelong relationship with Drew and their fellow Drewids. This association strives to support and be in assistance to recent graduates by sharing information, keeping alumni connected, hosting events that are targeted towards the needs/interests of graduates of the last decade, and offering programming to support career development. For more details about the latter, visit our career support page

Upcoming events

The pandemic has impacted everything, but we are still working to accommodate what you need/want and are working to develop and promote programming important to you. Look here for more information about DYAA specific programming, but in the meantime, here are University-sponsored events!

Young Alumni Committee

The Young Alumni Committee members act as ambassadors for the recent graduate population, providing leadership and direction regarding alumni affairs while working in close collaboration with the Office of Alumni and Parent Communities.

Young Alumni Committee members play a key role in:

  • Building and maintaining lifelong relationships between Drew alumni and the University
  • Assisting with the transition from student to alumni
  • Developing valued services and programs specifically targeted toward graduates of the last decade
  • Fostering an open dialogue between the college and its young alumni
  • Giving a helping hand to current Drew students

Getting Involved

There are many opportunities to be engaged with Drew that cater to your interest! Volunteering on the Reunion Committee, attending happy hours and mentoring current students are just a few ways to be involved. If you are interested in finding out more ways to be involved, please email us at

Previous Events

General Meeting, February 4, 2021