Every year, more than 15,000 Princetonians volunteer to serve Princeton and University-sponsored projects around the world. Through their generous gifts of time and resources, dedicated alumni put into practice the University's motto, "Princeton in the nation's service and the service of humanity."

Get involved with Princeton's alumni communities

Work with your class, volunteer with your regional association or join the APGA or one of Princeton's affiliated groups.

Join your local Alumni Schools Committee

Become an ASC volunteer and help interview prospective students for Princeton.

Help choose recipients for the Princeton Prize in Race Relations

Work with a committee in your region to identify and commend young people who are working to increase understanding and mutual respect among all races.

Support your class or regional Annual Giving Campaign

Participate in a tradition of giving back to the University and help Princeton achieve its highest aspirations.

Volunteer Profile

Family. The common thread through the life of Anthony M. Fittizzi '97. His brothers Rocky ('99) and Garrett ('00) joined him as undergraduates, with all three on campus for Anthony's senior year. It was a special time when his real and Princeton families came together. And his favorite memory is of walking at the front of the 2016 P-rade with his children.

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The Alumni Association makes a number of awards throughout the year. Some are in recognition of general achievement, while others are specific to Reunions activities. Some are made to individuals, while others are made to alumni organizations, be they classes, regions, affiliated groups or committees.

Volunteer Resources

Current class, Reunions and regional volunteers can login to the Volunteers site to gain access to additional materials and resources.

Alumni Council

The Alumni Council of Princeton University is the governing body of the Alumni Association of Princeton University. The Alumni Council Committees, and the many alumni volunteers who serve on them, are actively engaged in developing and promoting new programs for Princeton alumni to connect with each other and with Princeton.

Alumni Council leaders

Alumni Council committees