Stay in the Loop
Syracuse University alumni clubs in the New York metro area strengthen the connections between SU alumni and their alma mater through social, philanthropic, and professional events, as well as educational activities. A wide variety of clubs are active in the area, with some of the largest listed below.
Alumni Club of New York City
Founded in 2008, the Syracuse University Alumni Club of New York City—Big Apple Orange by those in the know—strives to bring the spirit of both Syracuse University and the city of Syracuse to the alumni of the greater New York City area. The club also collaborates with Lubin House on such events as SUccess in the City alumni networking events, annual student sendoffs, panel discussions, and volunteer service.
David F. Baer '11 and Supreet Kaur '15
Alumni Club of Connecticut
The Syracuse University Alumni Club of Connecticut gives SU’s Connecticut alumni the opportunity to network and get together for game-watching events, annual student sendoffs, and other activities.
To learn more about the club, visit the Syracuse University Alumni of Connecticut Facebook page or contact:
Stan Kontogiannis ′93
Alumni Club of Northern New Jersey
The Syracuse University Northern New Jersey Alumni Club is one of the largest and most active of SU’s many clubs. Its event calendar includes B2B Networking Breakfasts, game watches, game events, social events, and service projects, especially around National Orange Day. In addition, the SUNNJAC Scholarship Fund raises money to assist worthy students with the costs of higher education.
Ira Berkowitz ’82
Alumni Club of Central New Jersey
The Alumni Club of Central New Jersey was founded in 1988 to foster relationships and camaraderie between Syracuse University alumni that live and/or work in the Central New Jersey and the Jersey Shore areas.
The club hosts events during the year, including social events like game watches at local pubs and eateries; cultural activities, such as museum tours; and, of course, our annual New Student Send-Off. During the year, we raise money through ticket sales to Syracuse University sporting events and donations made by local alumni, which enables us to give three scholarships per year to Central New Jersey and Jersey Shore residents who are currently attending SU.
To learn more, visit www.cnjsuac.org or contact:
Friends of Syracuse University
The Friends of Syracuse University alumni organization (FSU) is an organization composed of African American and Latino alumni who graduated or attended Syracuse University. In addition, FSU helps to bridge the gap between alumni and students with annual events that help to establish a strong rapport.
FSU has built a strong relationship with the Office of Program Development as well as the Office of Alumni Engagement. There are several events throughout the year to help connect you with other local alumni and the Syracuse University. As a member you can connect with alumni during a variety of events like golfing, dancing, boat rides, BBQ's and more.
Whitman Alumni Club of New York City
There are thousands of Whitman Alumni living and working in the New York City area. The Whitman Alumni Club of New York City—WhitmanNYC—provides them with networking and business opportunities, as well as social events, speakers, and the chance to show some SU pride. It also offers a mentorship program that puts Whitman alumni of all ages and experiences in contact with fellow alumni.
Daniel Montaigne '95