We hope you will be an active member of the St. Edward’s community. You can get involved by attending events on campus or in your area, connecting with your local chapter and/or volunteering.
Have you herd? You can now be a part of the official #HilltopperHerd – a virtual community of connected alumni! As a member, you will be a social media ambassador and complete one of five activities. By showing your Hilltopper pride online you will be rewarded with swag. JOIN THE HERD!
Official alumni chapters are led by a committee of chapter volunteers and a chapter president. Chapters plan regular events and provide year-round programming for local alumni.
- Austin – Chapter President, Hunter Skrasek ’14
- Dallas-Fort Worth – Chapter President, Alain Cabrera '12, MBA '15
- Denver – Chapter President, Karissa Devore '12
- El Paso – Chapter President, Becca Gutierrez ’17
- Houston – Chapter President, Lauren Hill '15
- San Antonio – Chapter President, Judy Razo '02
The Alumni Association hosts events in areas across the country known as regional networks. We work with alumni volunteers in the region to plan events to engage local alumni and further the mission of St. Edward’s nationally in areas like:
- Boston, MA
- Chicago, IL
- Los Angeles, CA
- Miami, FL
- New Orleans, LA
- New York, NY
- Rio Grande Valley, TX
- San Francisco, CA
- Seattle, WA
- Washington, DC
Contact Alumni and Parent Programs to learn how you can stay connected or plan an event in an area not listed!
In addition to alumni chapters and regional networks, the Alumni Association serves a variety of affinity groups connected with St. Edward’s:
- CAMP Alumni: Connect with your fellow CAMPers and network with those you may not yet know.
- Athletics Alumni: Follow Hilltopper Athletics and cheer on all 14 teams throughout the year.
- St. Edward’s High School Alumni: St. Edward’s High School was co-located on the hilltop with St. Edward’s University's campus from 1872 to 1967. The St. Edward’s Tigers are a valued part of the Alumni Association.
Alumni Make a Difference at St. Edward’s
Interested in volunteering with St. Edward’s? Check out the Volunteer Handbook! We are grateful to the hundreds of alumni who volunteer each year, positively impacting the university with their time and talents. Here are ways you can serve:
Assist with the admission process by representing St. Edward’s at local college fairs for high school students, contacting prospective students on behalf of St. Edward’s and/or hosting recruitment events.
Share knowledge and insights with students by volunteering your time to be a guest speaker or panelist for various St. Edward’s University organizations. You can also hire a St. Edward's University student, create an internship opportunity, write career-related blogs or provide a job shadowing experience. For more information, please contact Araceli Perez-Ramos in Career and Professional Development at aracelip [at] stedwards.edu.
Special Event Host
Host a regional event that promotes the university’s initiatives. Assist in the planning and execution of the event. Regional events are special opportunities to bring together prospective students, their families and St. Edward’s University alumni. Events are coordinated with the assistance of university staff.
Class Reunion Ambassadors
Serve on your milestone reunion committee for Homecoming and Family Weekend. Help plan your reunion event and encourage classmates to attend Homecoming and participate in the Love Blue Give Gold social media fundraising campaign. Learn more about Reunion Ambassadors.
Regional Alumni Chapter Volunteers
Serve as the primary contact for alumni in your local community. Work with university staff to create opportunities for alumni to connect with each other at service and social events throughout the year.
Alumni Board Volunteer
Highly engaged and motivated volunteers may be nominated to serve on the Alumni Board, nurturing a lifelong connection to the St. Edward’s community for current and future alumni. Members are selected to hold the position based on demonstrated involvement, support and commitment to St. Edward’s University.
Become a Career Network Advisor
Your experience matters. The St. Edward’s University Career Network fosters connections between current St. Edward’s students and professionals like you.
As a Career Network Advisor, you will guide students or fellow alumni by: sharing professional expertise and advice, providing personal experiences and insight, helping them consider different career options, and highlighting professional skills you have found most useful. Advisors also encourage students to network with other professionals and educate them on available networking options. Learn more!