Alumni Clubs

The Columbia Alumni Association supports clubs throughout the US and in over 65 international locations! Groups based on interests and affiliations are also a strong part of Columbia's network. Find the club nearest you and browse our growing list of interest groups to see how you can get involved.  

Domestic Clubs

         Club Web Site

Columbia Alumni Association New Orleans

J Ernest "Sunny" Breeding Jr. '72GSAS
sunny38@caa.columbia.edu

Columbia Alumni Association of St. Louis

Kelley Atherton
​​​​​​​kelleyatherton@gmail.com 

Columbia Alumni Association of Las Vegas

Cassidy Cotten '98CC

lasvegas@alumniclubs.columbia.edu

Columbia Alumni Association of New Mexico

Dr. Diana McDonald '82GSAS, '84GSAS, '89GSAS

newmexico@alumniclubs.columbia.edu

Columbia Alumni Association of Cleveland

Mark Zannoni '94GSAPP (Cleaveland)
mzannoni@gmail.com

Club Web Site

Columbia Alumni Association of the Carolinas

Steve Jegier '90BUS
carolinas@alumniclubs.columbia.edu

Club Web Site

          Club Web Site

​​​​​​​          Facebook

International Clubs

 

  • Columbia University Club of Cyprus

    Facebook

Columbia Alumni Association of the Dominican Republic

Melissa Martinez Nadal '96SIPA (Santo Domingo) 
melissamartinez19@hotmail.com 

  • Columbia Alumni Association of Ethiopia

    Beza Hailu '09SIPA (Addis)
    bezaftw@gmail.com

  • Columbia Alumni Association of Paraguay

    Veronica Franco Lopez Moreira '15LW
    vf2226@columbia.edu

Columbia Alumni Association of Qatar

Rodney Taylor '93CC
rgt2106@caa.columbia.edu

 

Shared Interest Groups

ACAA is an organization of the global Asian Columbia community that collectively supports, develops, and promotes common interests and experiences and provide value to its members.
 

BAC is dedicated to bolstering the professional and social lives of its members and providing support for the current and future black alumni community.

Formed to strengthen the bonds among alumni who sang while students, Columbia Alumni Singers is open to alumni who want to sing and support student choral groups on campus.
 

Columbia Pride's mission is to build community among Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Questioning (LGBTQ) alumni of all schools of Columbia and to foster a safe environment and promote understanding.
 

The Columbia Fiction Foundry is a forum for alumni dedicated to enhancing their creative writing skills and to being published commercially. At a monthly session, members review and critique writing samples and submissions.

CEAN is committed to strengthening inter-alumni relationships for graduates of Columbia interested in the energy industry through social, intellectual, and professional networking events.

The mission of CUE is to develop and build an alumni network through resources and opportunities for networking and career growth in the entertainment and media industries.

The Columbia University Band Alumni Association brings together the band's enthusiastic alumni through social networking, mentoring, and fundraising events, including gatherings at football and basketball games.

CVC is a private community for Columbia students, alumni, and employees interested in all aspects of entrepreneurship. The group welcomes members from any School, sector, or industry function (e.g., entrepreneur, VC, lawyer, etc.).
 

LAACU exists to support, promote, and channel the academic, social, professional, and developmental interests of Columbia's Latino community, both past and present.

Columbia Veterans serves Columbia alumni, faculty, staff, students, and the greater community. Its mission is to promote the welfare of this diverse population by cultivating a spirit of community and pride.

The Columbia University Muslim Alumni Association allows Columbia’s Muslim alumni to strengthen their bonds of fellowship, network together to form new bonds, sustain their connection with the University, and contribute their collective knowledge and perspective to each other and to the Muslim life of Columbia.

CWBSA empowers alumnae and supports a network of successful leaders in business across industries. Members spearhead relationships among Columbia women, from all Schools of the University, as well as give back to their communities both on and off campus.

CFLAN is a strong, cross-generational community of alumni who come from a low-income background and/or were the first member of their family to earn a college degree in the U.S. By providing support to one another, members help to ensure the success of alumni and students for generations to come.