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A university’s greatest measure of success is its alumni, and at Alabama State University, we have much to be proud of. The accomplishments of our thousands of alumni across the nation – and the world – provide solid proof of the value of an ASU education.
As an ASU alumnus, you’ll always be an important part of the ASU family. That’s why we’d like to keep you informed about the many exciting transformations taking place at ASU, many of which would not be possible without the support of alumni like you. We encourage you to stay informed, get involved, give back and help us continue to make ASU the world-class institution we all can be proud to call our alma mater.
And because our campus continues to grow as we add new academic and research programs, we invite you to visit soon and discover what has changed – and what’s remained the same – since your days on campus.
ASU’s Office of Alumni Relations serves as a liaison between the graduates and the University. We maintain records of all alumni and former students and keep active alumni up to date on the latest ASU news, events and programs.
Our office also works to highlight the impact ASU alumni are making upon state, national and international communities. We maintain contact with more than 28,000 alumni through the University and through the programs of the National Alumni Association.
The mission of the Office of Alumni Relations is to foster and strengthen the relationship between Alabama State University (ASU) and the alumni, supporters and friends; to promote and preserve the University’s vision, goals, traditions, alumni growth and engagement; and to maintain records of all constituents while keeping them apprised of the latest ASU news, events and programs.
The goal of the Office of Alumni Relations is to engage, encourage and facilitate active participation in ASU programs and increased annual giving of ASU alumni and friends across the nation. The Office of Alumni Relations will accomplish its goals and mission by keeping alumni and friends KEP: Kindled through communication and social networking; Educated through knowledge of legendary and historical significance; and participating with purpose and pride.
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Office of Alumni Relations
Alabama State University
P.O. Box 271
Montgomery, AL 36101-0271
334-229-4280 - Telephone
334-229-4914 - Fax
Dr. Audrey Napier is respected by her students and colleagues as a professor who pushes students to exceed beyond their own expectations.
Dr. Jeraline Jones-Marsh says ASU taught her a great deal about life and about how to be a professional.
Two-term elected superintendent of education for Elmore County, Ala., Jeff Langham is one of ASU’s most vocal supporters.
Dr. Marcus E. Vandiver believes his ASU education has prepared him for a meaningful career and for many of life’s lessons.
Janel Elise Grant says ASU helped her connect with her heritage and taught her the value of self-reliance and responsibility.
Dr. Nickyla Harris-Ray's ASU experience helped mold her for a career in medicine. Her private practice now helps low-income patients in Mississippi and Louisiana.
Non-profit program coordinator and organizer Yasmin Rana credits ASU for preparing her for the opportunity to serve as a White House intern.
Bea Forniss believes she was born to be a Hornet. She dedicates much of her time to helping ASU advance.
Yohance Myles credits ASU for preparing him to make his mark as an actor, with several movies under his belt, including a role in a major action movie.
Jessica Platt loves working at ASU's Levi Watkins Learning Center because of the friendliness of faculty, staff and students.
Dornesia Ward is fast establishing herself as a leader in the technology field. She says she wouldn’t be where she is today without her ASU experience.
Dr. Melvin A. Lowe III hails from a family of proud educators. He chose ASU for its legacy of nurturing some of the brightest minds in the education field.
Eric Welch Guster is a go-to legal analyst for many TV news networks. He says ASU helped him develop the tenacity and determination that fuel his legal career.