You’re part of UCL’s global alumni community of more than 200,000 former students, of which over 12,000 live and work in the United States. Your relationship with UCL continues long after graduation, so make sure you keep in touch for the latest news, event invites and opportunities to stay connected with UCL and one another.
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A growing body of alumni continue to give back to UCL and our community through gifts of money or time. By either giving access to education through scholarships, or by giving your time and skills to organise activities for your local UCL community, you’ll be making a positive difference. Visit our giving pages.
Our alumni volunteers organise regular events for the local UCL alumni community. Get in touch with your local group below or contact UCL if you would like to start new activity in your area. Make sure to update your address details to ensure you receive event invitations.
Visit our alumni pages to check out our upcoming alumni events.
Isha Gulati (UCL Affiliate English 2012) hosted a get together recently and is looking for alumni to join the group in organising further activity. Get in touch with Isha if you’re keen to learn more.
Greater New York and Tri-State area
The UCL Alumni New York Club organises regular events for alumni in New York and the tri-state area. Join the UCL Alumni New York Club Facebook group for updates and activities. You can also email the committee.
San Francisco/Bay Area
The UCL Alumni San Francisco/ Bay Area group is looking for enthusiastic alumni who are able to spend a few hours every quarter organising fun activities around the area. Recent activities included a hike and UCLs flagship professional development programme UCL Connect. Get in touch with Alexandra at UCL if you’re interested!
The Los Angeles group recently organised a social get together at a local vineyard and a hike. To find out more, join their Facebook group or contact Jeff Nakamura (UCL Slade School of Fine Art 2006).
If you’re in the Santa Barbara area, contact Helen Talkin (UCL Scandinavian Studies 1984).
Dr Jonas Vibell (UCL Psychology 2002)
May Akrawi (UCL Biochemistry PhD 1995)