Hope alumni know that their relationships with the college and with each other do not end at graduation.
Alumni have proven generous with their time and advice to students and fellow graduates. Through lifelong learning and career development, relationships formed at Hope change lives both on campus and in communities everywhere. Tapping into the potential of this network is a powerful way to bring your career to life.
When you graduate with a Hope degree or complete at least 45 credits, you are officially a member of the Alumni Association. It’s free and an automatic part of your lifelong relationship with Hope. As a member, the college and alumni volunteers will work hard to keep you in touch with your inner Dutch through events, affinity connections and career resources.
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Hope by the Numbers
- 3,540Alumni in the Career Resource Network
There are around 3,540 alumni are in the Career Resource Network, an online program that provides alumni and students a way to network.Learn More
- 60+Events for Alumni and Families
There are tons of events for alumni and families hosted by the Alumni Engagement team during the 2014-15 academic yearLearn More
- 8,000+Hope College Donors
When you make a gift to Hope, you are joining more than 8,000 others who share your strong commitment and contribute to Hope’s success each year.Learn More
- 39%Networking Connections
39% of f the class of 2014 said networking connections helped them secure employmentLearn More
Hope College will commemorate its sesquicentennial with two major events on Saturday, April 30: a seminar about the college’s history and a celebration featuring a musical composition commissioned for the occasion.Read More
Award-winning field biologist and wildlife photojournalist Dr. Tim Laman will present the illustrated lecture “Tough Times for Orangutans” on Monday, May 2, at 3 p.m. at Hope College in room 1000 of the A. Paul Schaap Science Center.Read More
Dr. Thomas Nowotny of Vienna, Austria, who is retired from a career as a diplomat and educator, will present “Global Trends and the Corresponding Need for Moral Leadership in Global Governance” on Thursday, April 28, at 11 a.m. at Hope College in room 239 of the Martha Miller Center for Global Communication.Read More
Award-winning field biologist and wildlife photojournalist Dr. Tim Laman will present the illustrated lecture “Tough Times for Orangutans” on Monday, May 2, at 3 p.m. at Hope College in room 1000 of the A. Paul Schaap Science Center.
The event, open to all alumni, parents and friends, is named in honor of Bob DeYoung ’56, who served Hope in administration for 35 years. The outing raises funds awareness for student scholarships and funds for the Bob and Marcia DeYoung Endowed Scholarship.
- Ravines Golf Course