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Ways to Get Involved

As a Miami University Regionals and CLASS graduate, you are now a part of the worldwide Miami family, and with that comes a range of opportunities to give back, get involved, and advance your career. Your diploma is not just a symbol of your academic achievement, but also your lifelong membership card in the Miami family. We hope you will take advantage of these opportunities to stay connected and continue to make a difference in the lives of current and future Miami students.

New Grads

Welcome to the Alumni Family! Congratulations on joining over 13,000 Miami Regional alumni grads around the world. Help us help you fuel your next chapter, build a resume, learn about job opportunities, advance your career or give back to Miami Regionals causes you are passionate about.

Share Your Story

Share your success story today! By sharing your story, you can inspire and encourage current students that they too can achieve success after graduation. The alumni team at Miami University Regionals and CLAAS develops stories with alumni that are showcased on our social media channels and on campus.

Alumni Kids

Miami University Regionals has an assortment of activities to engage alumni children during the year.

Passport to Programming

Passport to Programming began back in the spring of 2019 as a way to communicate Miami University Regionals community events in one publication. Be sure to hold on to your Passport and have it stamped at each event you attend.
Passport to Programming book and a coffee mug with red pens

Social Media Champions

Stay connected to your alma mater through liking, posting, and sharing Miami Regionals.

If one of these opportunities interests you or you have another idea of how to get involved, please fill out our interest form and we will contact you.

Refer a student

Know a student who would benefit from a Miami education just as you did? Refer them and one of our skilled admission professionals will contact them.

Career panels

Choosing a career direction based on your major can be stressful. Volunteering to be part of a career panel provides students with an opportunity to see their major in a real-world application.

Speak to a class

Providing an on-the-job perspective in an academic setting can show students how their academic effort translates to real-world success.