Clubs & Groups

As a member of the Kellogg community, you can connect to alumni worldwide through regional and special interest alumni clubs. With over 60 active regional alumni clubs and more than 20 special interest clubs you can seize the opportunity to network, socialize, and participate in activities that are of interest to you. Some clubs have informal networks of alumni, while others are highly organized groups. Please click on a link above to discover ways you can get involved with Kellogg.

Want to Be an Alumni Volunteer?
Become a Kellogg Alumni Club Leader and join an elite group of volunteers from all over the world. Club leaders act as liaisons between the Kellogg School of Management and the alumni community. We believe that an essential component of club success involves providing alumni leaders with information, ideas and policies needed to grow and sustain a successful club. The Kellogg Alumni Clubs Team is dedicated to working with club leaders to provide resources that will help support your alumni community. Whether you are a current club leader or are interested in serving your community or affinity, below are some resources to assist you.

Kellogg Club Leader Handbook (broken down by section)
About the Kellogg Alumni Clubs Program
Types of Clubs, Annual Requirements and Measurements of Success

Alumni Club Basics
Club Members, Club Structures and information about starting a new alumni club

Alumni Club Leadership Expectations
Leadership requirements and forms

Frequently Asked Questions

Contact a member of the Alumni Relations Office

Kellogg Alumni Club Leaders Page (Restricted to Club Leaders)

Office of Advancement
Kellogg School of Management
2001 Sheridan Road
Evanston, IL 60208-2800