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The alumni association’s volunteer program builds loyalty and support among our graduates by offering opportunities for alumni to serve the university. 

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Our alumni can give back to the university as well as strengthen their feelings of identity with their alma mater through meaningful programs, including:

for adequate funding from the state

to increase student enrollment

in community outreach programs

mentoring to students and recent graduates

in professional development opportunities  

  • Wayne State University Transition to Independence Program (TIP)

    Become an alumni mentor. Share your experiences and guidance with Wayne State University students, one-on-one. A volunteer training session, tips and guides as well as weekly updates will be provided to each volunteer. View more details here.

  • Spring Open House and Admitted Student Day 2017

    Alumni volunteers are needed to assist in recruitment of new students to Wayne State.

    Spring Open House - Saturday, March 25

    Admitted Student Day - Saturday, April 8

    As a Wayne State alumnus, you can spread the good word about the university you love. Volunteer opportunities include welcoming prospective students and their families to campus, providing program information and telling your WSU story. Several shifts are available. 

    Click here to sign up.

  • Inspire the Next Generation of Warriors - Postcard Campaign

    Wayne State helped you become who you are today. Now you have the opportunity to return the favor by sending a postcard to share your experiences with prospective students who are weighing the option of attending Wayne State. A note from an alumnus can make a life-changing impact on the student who receives it. We'll provide the stamps and everything you need to get started. Each kit contains student names and addresses, detailed instructions and 10 postcards. 

    Click here to sign up.

    For additional information about the alumni volunteer program and how you can participate, contact Kim Easley at or 313-577-5164.