College of Arts and Sciences Alumni

Welcome, A&S Alumni

As a graduate of the College of Arts and Sciences, you are automatically a member of the A&S Alumni Network. This includes a global community of more than 64,000 College of Arts and Sciences alumni and 340,000+ UC Alumni. We are here to provide you with a variety of opportunities to stay engaged with your alma mater. From leadership opportunities to happy hours, we have something for everyone. No matter your age, degree, profession or stage of life, we want you to be involved!

We hope you will keep your contact information updated so we can continue to share the latest college and department news, and also tell us what great things you’ve done with your degree by sharing your story. Check this page often for college news, events and volunteer opportunities

Get Involved

As alumni, there are many opportunities for you to stay connect with the College of Arts and Science students, faculty and staff. Read on to find the program and events that match your interests!

A&S Alumni Events

Arts and Sciences alumni shake hands and network at dinner


Each year the college honors exceptional alumni who have made a mark on their professions, communities and UC. Honorees are nominated by their fellow alumni and chosen by the college. Four awards are formally celebrated as part of our newly redesigned – A Night with A&S. 

The A&S Alumni Board on a Webex meeting


The College of Arts and Sciences Alumni board is a volunteer group that works with the Program Director, Alumni & Donor Experience and Dean of the College in matters concerning A&S alumni, and assists in the development and promotion of programs and activities to foster an ongoing affiliation between alumni and the college.

If you are interested in getting involved with the A&S Alumni Board, please fill out our volunteer interest form.

A&S Alumni News

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Mark Osborne

Program Director of Alumni & Donor Experience, College of Arts and Sciences