Committee on Regional Associations

The mission of Committee on Regional Associations (CORA) is to work with regional associations to engage more Princeton alumni with the University and with one another. 

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Princetagram 2020: Princeton is where Tigers are!

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Apply for a CORA Grant

CORA offers a limited number of first-come, first-served grants to regional associations seeking to foster, increase and enhance regional alumni engagement through digital means. This grant will provide reimbursement of up to $150 for the purchase of a web-based video conferencing platform such as Zoom, Cisco WebEx, etc. Review the Grant Guidelines.

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Regional Volunteer Resources

Thank you to regional officers and volunteers for all that you do! Whether you are planning an event, reaching out to fellow alumni, handling financial matters, or looking for best practices — here are some helpful tools to support you.


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CORA Award for Innovation

This award is given in recognition of associations who have developed new and innovative programming. Award recipients have included groups that created particularly engaging alumni education programs, as well as organizations that developed effective new ways to use technology in alumni outreach.

Award for Innovation Guidelines & Nomination Form
View the recipients


APGA Grant Application Guidelines

The Association of Princeton Graduate Alumni offers grants to Regional Associations to assist with engagement of graduate alumni in their region.

Review the APGA Grant Guidelines


Committee Members and Leadership