Some of the most valuable relationships built at Barnard are those between alumnae and students. To foster this tie the Alumnae Relations Office creates programs to bring alumnae and students together both on the Barnard campus, and throughout the world. This site will keep you up to date on opportunities to engage current and future Barnard alumnae.


Student Leaders: Sponsorship Opportunities for your Event

Alumnae Relations can help sponsor your organization's events either by providing additional funds or by assisting your efforts to incorporate alumnae.

Last year’s events included a panel on balancing medical careers and motherhood, a trip to introduce members of the senior class to popular neighborhoods in New York, a student-alumnae brunch as a part of Celebration of Black Womanhood Week, and many more.


Finding Alumnae for Your Event

Barnard has 31,000 alumnae who have taken on exciting and innovative jobs in nearly every career path imaginable. We have many prominent alumnae whose names are known all over the world, and other alumnae who have endless experience and valuable knowledge to pass on to students. We ask that you keep an open mind about the alumnae you invite back to campus. Be sure to know the field you wish to target, and Alumnae Relations can help you find a list of eager and engaging alumnae to inspire and guide your organization.

Saturday, April 18, 2015

2015 Alumnae of Color Dinner for Admitted Students
The office of Admissions at Barnard College invites alumnae to attend the 2015 Alumnae of Color Dinner for Admitted Students. We hope this evening will inspire our newly admitted class by highlighting the journeys of our alumnae as they developed their unique voices during their time at Barnard.

Sunday, April 19, 2015

Dr. Ruth on Heavenly Sex: Sexuality in the Jewish Tradition
Jewish Women on Campus cordially invites Barnard alumnae to a thought-provoking lecture by Dr. Ruth Westheimer, adjunct professor at Teachers College, acclaimed sex therapist, media personality, author, and pioneer of speaking frankly about sex on radio and TV.

Wednesday, April 22, 2015

2015 Emily Gregory Awards Ceremony and Dinner
Barnard alumnae are cordially invited to join the McIntosh Activities Council (McAC) for the annual Emily Gregory Awards Ceremony and Dinner. The Emily Gregory Award is a student-nominated and student-selected award, which honors an outstanding faculty member for excellence in teaching and for devotion and service to the students of Barnard College.

Friday, April 24, 2015

BC-CU Chorus and Chamber Choir Spring Concert
Celebrating the 330th anniversary of the composer's birth, the Barnard-Columbia Chorus and Chamber under the direction of Dr. Gail Archer will present J.S. Bach's St.Matthew Passion (BWV 244). Known as one of the greatest pieces in the Western repertory, the Matthäus-Passion sets ch 26 and 27 of the Gospel of Matthew to music composed for solo voices, double choir, and double orchestra, upon a text written by Picander.

Saturday, April 25, 2015

Barnard's Junior Class Career and Networking Brunch
Alumnae, you are cordially invited! Please join the Junior Class for the annual Career and Networking Brunch. The Juniors are beginning to think about their time after Barnard and would love to speak with you regarding your current occupation and where your Barnard degree has taken you.

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