Every KU student is a future alumnus. That is why the KU Alumni Association offers a number of student programs for you well before your walk down the Hill! The Alumni Association is one of your most valuable resources to help make the most of your college experience. We have everything you need–you can learn about campus traditions, find out how to make alumni connections and more! Check back often for the latest information about our KU student programs.
The Student Alumni Network (former the Student Alumni Association or “SAA”) is the largest student organization on campus, and now it is FREE for all KU undergraduate students to join. From your first day on the Hill to your last, we’ve got you covered with events and programs to help you succeed and make the most of your KU experience.
You’ll receive a t-shirt every year, plus member gifts throughout the year and free food at nearly every event. It’s FREE and easy to sign up, and as a member you’ll receive access to all programs, events and activities, plus exclusive gifts every year.
Get involved with the Student Alumni Leadership Board (SALB)
Student Alumni Leadership Board (SALB) members serve as the official student representatives and volunteers of the KU Alumni Association. SALB supports the KU Alumni Association in its mission to strengthen the University by informing, engaging and mobilizing the KU community. Members facilitate spirit functions, serve as campus ambassadors and organize community service projects. As a board member, you have the opportunity to interact with some of the best student leaders, campus officials and alumni. This organization is for students who bleed crimson and blue! Learn more.
Student membership in the Association offers various programs and activities including Networking Night and career services through the University Career Center. Find the right program for you.
Check out our upcoming programs and activities for KU students and alumni. Our online calendar features a complete listing of chapter events nationwide as well as events just for students on campus.