Once a Coog, Always a Coog
A part of you
Some things are a part of you forever. Those who embark on an educational journey with the University of Houston find a place they can call their own — not just for four years, but for the rest of their lives. Our future growth depends on the success of our past, and we need alumni like you to continue our strong legacy.
Since 1940, the University of Houston Alumni Association has served and supported the University of Houston, more than 255,000 alumni, loyal friends, and the community the University calls home.
Wade Phillips: A Coaching Career Rooted at UH
Wade Phillips (’70) proudly wears two rings on his right hand: his Super Bowl championship ring, and his University of Houston ring.
Jim Nantz: From student golfer to world famous sportscaster
Jim Nantz (’81) says that the path for his dreams all started at the Jack J. Valenti School of Communication at the University of Houston.
Hakeem Olajuwon: Living the Dream
Reflecting back on his career, Olajuwon said he is thrilled at the opportunities he found at the University of Houston, and couldn’t imagine having gone anywhere else.
Star Jones: Grateful for the education she received at UH
There is absolutely nothing that I haven’t been able to accomplish without my degree
UHAA San Francisco Bay-Area Alumni Mix and MingleLearn More
Paralegal Alumni July MixerLearn More
Spirit of Houston Alumni Association Annual MeetingLearn More
UH Black Alumni Association’s 2017 Annual MeetingLearn More
UHAA Denver-Area Alumni Mix and MingleLearn More
2017 Bauer Alumni Association’s Annual MeetingLearn More
Hilton College Alumni Association Annual MeetingLearn More
The Cougar Program identifies, recognizes and celebrates 100 of the world’s fastest-growing UH Cougar-owned and Cougar-led businesses with an annual ranking and luncheon.Learn More
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Ways to Connect
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Become a Life Member
Life Members are initiated through a one-time $1,000 individual contribution, or $1,500 for a joint (two-person) membership.Learn More