Your time and expertise are valuable, and we hope you're able to share them with the College community in whatever way makes sense.
Class committees are an important volunteer option

Class Committees

More than 600 alumni and parents provide the strong foundation for the College's fundraising success by sharing their time, networks and talents for the Annual Fund.

GOLD is a great way for young alumni to stay connected.


The Graduates of the Last Decade (GOLD) Program ensures that alumni remain connected to Hamilton during their first ten years off of the Hill. GOLD leadership committees are responsible for planning events in their area. To get involved, contact John Nehme, director of young alumni engagement.

Reunions offer a great way to reconnect


Behind the scenes at reunions are many alumni volunteers who work hard to make the weekend meaningful and fun. If you are coming upon a reunion year and would like to help organize activities for your class, please contact Nancy Huckaby, director of reunion giving.

The Alumni Council

Alumni Council

The Hamilton Alumni Association is more than 19,000-members strong. About 240 class leaders, regional association presidents and committee members comprise the Alumni Council, which works hard to strengthen the relationship of alumni with one another and with the College.

HART volunteers


The Hamilton Alumni Recruitment Team (HART) supports Hamilton's admission program.  Alumni and parent volunteers represent Hamilton at college fairs, conduct off-campus interviews and host regional events for students and their families. Contact Sara Ziesenitz '00, HART director, for details.

Contact Information

Office of Alumni Relations

Volunteer Awards


The College is grateful for everything our volunteers do to support our students.

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