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There are many ways to get involved as a volunteer with the University of Richmond Alumni Association!

Recent Graduate Regional Councils

A Recent Graduate Regional Council (RGRC) is a group of alumni volunteers made up of graduates of the last five years, who serve as a network of institutional ambassadors in our most populated regions for recent University of Richmond graduates. Currently, Councils are active in Richmond, Washington, D.C., Boston, and New York City. Councils advise the efforts of the Office of Alumni Relations in regards to recent graduate programming and initiatives, help develop personal, social, and professional networks, keep recent grads in the region connected with the University of Richmond, and spread Spider Pride.

Recent Graduate Regional Council members are passionate University of Richmond ambassadors who encourage other young alumni to actively engage with and support UR. They are seen as UR’s emerging recent alumni leaders with their support of the UR Alumni Association (URAA) as well as the larger university community. RGRC members are also often found in other UR regional and reunion leadership roles.

Nominate yourself or a fellow recent grad to serve on a Recent Grad Regional Council here.

Alumni Ambassador

As an alumni ambassador, you will play a significant role in enhancing Spider Pride by increasing the visibility of the Richmond alumni network, while sharing your time and talent. Ambassadors are tasked with serving as representatives of the University of Richmond, inviting fellow alumni to attend regional events, sharing UR updates within your region, welcoming new graduates to your city, staying active on social media and advocating on behalf of the UR Alumni Association, among other things.

Contact us to become an Alumni Ambassador.

Additionally, you can serve your alma mater by:

Interested in a volunteer role?

Contact Emily Saunders, Assistant Director of Student & Young Grad programming, at esaunder@richmond.edu or (804) 287-6857.