For Alumni and Graduates
Our alumni - living and working across the country and around the world - are the best examples of the quality of a Penn State College of Medicine education. The strength of our institution depends on the connectedness of our people.
No matter when you received your degree from Penn State College of Medicine, there are numerous ways to rekindle your ties!
If you haven't already, please use our contact form to let us know how we can keep in touch.
The Help our Students Travel (HOST) Program provides students with alumni connections who are willing to open up their home, provide transportation, or meet for coffee to share advice.
Consider becoming a mentor with the Penn State Alumni Association's FastStart Mentoring Program!
Alumni mentors work with first-year students from African-American, Latino/Hispanic, Asian and Asian/Pacific- American backgrounds, as well as others who simply want to get their careers off to a fast start. Matches are made in early September based on student interest.
Engage with students who are looking to follow in your footsteps by participating in various College of Medicine events. Connect with fellow alumni at special receptions held around the country in conjunction with a professional conference. Check the full events calendar to learn more.
Give to Scholarships
As self-perpetuating funds, endowments spin off earned interest each year, while the principal is preserved to generate future scholarships. Consequently, the larger the endowment, the more students we can help.
If you are interested in establishing an alumni endowment, please contact Director of Annual Giving & Alumni Relations Angie Sepela for more information. Also contact Angie to find out if your class already has a scholarship, or if you would like to help develop one.
To make an immediate impact, give online today.
Serve on the Board
The Alumni Society Board of Directors helps develop the College of Medicine's alumni network.
Members are elected for a term of three years and can serve no more than two consecutive terms. The Board meets three times a year for a half-day.