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Connect with the Stanford alumni community and access alumni resources—even before you graduate. From alumni career connections to alumni-sourced advice and continued learning content, we’ve got what you need to get through the year and beyond. Don’t miss out on the resources and opportunities waiting just for you.

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Junior Dinner off the Farm (JDOTF)

During the course of the year, venture 'off the Farm' with a small group of juniors for a casual meal with fellow classmates and a local alum host. These dinners are free for students; invitations will be emailed to the Class of '24 and dinners fill up on a first-come, first-served basis.

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Cheers to Junior Year

What. A. Year. Mark the end of your junior year with an afternoon of craft beer tastings, EANABS, and tasty snacks, and -- you guessed it -- a specially designed class freebie for the first 200 arrivals. Details and registration link will show up in your inbox, so join us on Thursday, June 1, 2023.

Student Alumni Council

The Student Alumni Council (SAC) is made up of a select group of undergrad students who partner with SAA to strengthen the bond that current students have with the university, their class and their alumni family. We recruit new members at our fall events and check back here for the online application.

Meet the SAC
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Get Social

Stay connected and follow us! We’re @StanfordAlumni on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. Show your (virtual) Cardinal pride with animated stickers on your social media. Go Card!

STANFORD magazine

Whether you have an hour or five minutes, we've got online content to help you learn and grow. Read STANFORD mag

Alumni Career Connections

Harness the Stanford Network for your career. From the alumni directory and a private LinkedIn group to networking and industry advice, we keep you connected. Check out our career resources