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Alumni Affinity Groups


Whether you want to get together to reminisce about old times, build connections to advance your career, or get to know other Pirates who live in your area, the Alumni Association can help you. If no network currently exists for your area of interest, you can create the network that is right for you. Some possible Alumni Affinity Networks could be based on:

All you need to get started a good idea and some initiative.

Currently, interest groups are being formed for the following Alumni Affinity Networks: ed on:

 If you are interested in any of these networks, or would like to start one of your own, contact the office at 912.344.2586 or alumni@armstrong.edu.

NEWS:

Read More Alumni Are Disappointed, But Still Support Armstrong

Emotions ran high when Armstrong alumni gathered in Brunswick on March 14 to hear the latest news about the consolidation between Armstrong State University and Georgia Southern University. After a lengthy question-and-answer period, Alumni Board Member John Sewell ’60 stood up. “I’m just like you, I don’t understand why the state is doing this. I’m upset and I’m disappointed,” Sewell told the assembled group, “but I have come to realize that this isn’t about me; it’s about the students.” 

Read More Armstrong Alumni Association to Host Fall Hometown Receptions

The Armstrong Alumni Association will be hosting our fall hometown receptions in both the Savannah and Atlanta areas. All alumni are invited to connect with fellow alumni and catch up on the latest information regarding their alma mater!

Read More Successful Open House and Annual Meeting

(June 22, 2016) A lively group filled Burnett Hall on Friday, June 3 for the 2016 Alumni Open House. Afterwards, Alumni Association members gathered in Jenkins Theater for the Annual Meeting of the Alumni Association.

Read More Armstrong State University Receives $79,000 Gift to Support New Tennis Complex

(May 25, 2016) – Savannah residents Michelle and Barry Vine presented a gift of $79,000 to Armstrong State University in support of the university’s state-of-the-art tennis complex, currently under construction on campus. By fall, the tennis complex will be home to Armstrong’s women’s tennis team, NCAA Division II National Champions who clinched their tenth national title over the weekend, and the three-time National Champion men’s tennis team.

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