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UD Alumni FAQs

Alumni at Reunion Weekend


What is the Advancement division?
The Advancement division focuses on increasing private support and alumni engagement, developing strategies for growth, and building and retaining a high-performance team. Departments within the Advancement division include alumni relations, annual giving, development, donor relations, planned giving, records and gift processing, events and operations.

Do I need to pay to be in the Alumni Association?
No. You are automatically a lifetime member of the alumni association once you graduate from the University.

How do I update my contact information?
Visit, email or call 1-888-UD-ALUMS.

How do I get an alumni card?
Email or call 1-888-UD-ALUMS.


Is there an alumni group in my region?
Visit our list of local UD Alumni Communities across the country and contact your local community leader to join in the fun.

Who are the Golden Flyers?
The Golden Flyers are all alumni who have graduated 50 or more years ago from the University of Dayton. The goal of this organization is to deepen engagement between the University and the Golden Flyers by providing opportunities for volunteering, reconnecting and encouraging gift participation.  The Golden Flyers are represented by an Executive Committee who serve as the liaisons between the University and its alumni. The Executive Committee consists of at least one representative from each inducted class.

What is day10?
The University of Dayton day10 group are the young alumni who have graduated from the University within the last ten years. The group is represented by an executive committee with a representative from each young alumni class year. This group will serve as liaisons to encourage continued engagement between young alums and the University.


Who do I contact about an event?
Please visit for all of the current events or you can contact us at 1-888-UD ALUMS (832-5867) or at

When is Reunion Weekend? How do I reserve on-campus housing for Reunion?
Reunion Weekend is an annual summer event on-campus that celebrates those celebrating an anniversary year from the University. A weekend of events are held each June to bring alums back to campus to reconnect with their classmates and the University.

For complete information about Reunion Weekend events and on-campus housing, please visit the reunion website.


How do I find an old roommate or classmate?
Click here and we'll help you connect.

How do I get a copy of my transcript?
Transcripts are available electronically, by mail or in person at the Flyer Student Services office.

How do I reserve a guest house?
Visit Student Development to submit a reservation for a University guest house, and to review policies and procedures for University Guest House properties.

Where can I find a sports schedule?
Visit and search for the sport you want. Schedules are listed for all of our teams.

Are there services available to help with my job search?
Yes, Career Services offers free help for alumni in every stage of your career. They can help with your resume and cover letter, offer job search assistance and give you tips for interviews. They offer assistance in person or over the phone, and maintain extended hours until 7 p.m. on Tuesday and Wednesday evenings.

I want to hire fellow UD alumni. How can you help?
Connect with Career Services to get your positions listed on Handshake or to participate in a campus job fair.


Alumni Relations

Daniel J. Curran Place
300 College Park
Dayton, Ohio 45469 - 7052