Check out our programs.
The CWU Alumni Association is committed to keeping the Wildcat family engaged with Central, fellow alumni, and current students. Through the various programs we and our campus partners offer, you can connect with the Wildcat community and the university, regardless of how far away you may live, or what year you graduated.
Learn more about each program below.
Salute the past, capture the present, and help ignite future opportunities for students by purchasing a personalized, engraved brick on the Alumni Walk in the Barge Hall courtyard.
Showcase your Wildcat pride and achievement by wearing a CWU class ring, designed and selected by CWU students.
Join the CWU Wine Club and get two shipments of wine delivered to your door per year. All wines are hand-selected for the Wildcat family by Central alumna and winemaker Heather Neff, and with four different shipment options, we are sure there is a membership that aligns with your taste.
All CWU alumni have access to online yearbooks, and members of the CWU Alumni Association can obtain a library card which includes access to check out materials in person at Brooks Library and use the interlibrary loan service.
CWU has various mentoring programs that provide opportunities for students to gain valuable guidance on a variety of career-related topics, including one-on-one advice, networking, interviewing, and job shadowing.
The Alumni Travel Program provides world-class travel at great rates, and the opportunity to travel with fellow Wildcats. Visit our travel page to see what trips are coming up.
The Wildcat Career Network is a program provided by Career Services that offers career events, workshops, and job fairs to help create face-to-face interactions with key recruiting contacts and help you apply to over 2 million local and national jobs.
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