Alumni Affairs

Welcome back to “The Hill” Panthers! Prairie View A&M University alums are more than 70,000 strong hailing from 41 states and 43 countries. Our alums are top in their fields. Count PVAMU alums among the top engineers, nurses, lawyers, doctors, educators, scientists, architects, chemists, musicians, actors and every profession in between. Our alums are proud to bleed purple and gold and are constantly showing the world why Prairie View A&M University produces productive people!

Alumni Affairs is an integral part of Prairie View A&M University and provides opportunities for alumni to stay connected to their alma mater free of charge. We work in collaboration with numerous departments to communicate messages to alumni that support the recruitment and retention of students, as well as fundraising goals. One of our objectives is to encourage alumni to keep their contact information up-to-date, so the university can share news, events, and networking opportunities. Another function of Alumni Affairs is to facilitate class reunions and homecoming activities and to build the relationship between the university and its alumni via events, awareness, programs, and publications. Alumni Affairs also acts as a liaison among the Office of Development, PVAMU Foundation, National Alumni Association, and various alumni chapters and University affinity groups.

We encourage alumni to keep their contact information up-to-date, so the university can share news, events, and networking opportunities.

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Prairie View A&M University
Alumni Reception

Saturday, June 15, 2019
6:30 p.m.

Smithsonian National Museum of African American History & Culture
1400 Constitution Avenue NW, Washington, D.C. 20560

Attendance is limited

Admission is complimentary and will be based on the order of registration.

Tickets are nontransferable. Adults only.

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Prairie View A&M University
Alumni Mixer

Friday, June 14, 2019
6:00 – 9:00 p.m.

Proper 21
1319 F Street NW, Washington, D.C. 20004

Alumni Affairs Volunteer Program

You don’t have to be on campus to leave a footprint at PVAMU

When you leave Prairie View A&M University, you move into a new role in the PVAMU family – alumnus! This is just the first stage of your lifelong relationship with PVAMU. To help extend your relationship further, the PVAMU Alumni Affairs Volunteer Program serves as a link between the University and the alumni body. Alumni volunteers work with the University to support alumni engagement, student recruitment, program development and initiatives. We are always looking for ways to engage our alumni, their talents and interests to serve our University. Find personal, professional, and intellectual growth opportunities with a commitment to PVAMU by volunteering today!

On Campus Volunteering

Volunteering on campus gives you the opportunity to take part in activities such as college advisory committees, guest speaking, mentoring, career advisement, and supporting in other areas or initiatives.

Off Campus Volunteering

Volunteering off campus gives you the opportunity to take part in activities such as Alumni Affairs events, student recruitment, community shelters and food banks.

To learn more, please contact us at

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Volunteer Information Form

Alumni Spotlights

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40 Outstanding Alumni Under the Age of 40

The Office for Marketing and Communications at Prairie View A&M University recognized 40 outstanding alumni under the age of 40 during each year. The office received nominations and selected individuals that shared a commitment to excellence and used the “PVAMU experience” to directly impact their communities. Each class features emerging leaders who have blazed a trail in their respective field and received their start on “The Hill.”

“I wanted to do something that highlighted younger alums, recognized them for their achievements and engaged them in the giving back process,” Candace Johnson ‘02, executive director of the office for marketing and communications said. “We were excited by the response in nominations we receive and look forward to working with the 40 Under Forty classes on future projects.”

The recipients are tasked with mentoring, assisting in marketing efforts and fundraising throughout the academic year.