Whether you’re interested in joining a group of Coogs based on your college, interests or geographical area, UHAA has got you covered! Each of the groups below has their own contact person linked, but if you have any problems getting in touch, please let us know at email@example.com.
Architecture Alumni Association
The Mission of the UHAAA is to support the College of Architecture and our Alumni, heighten our profile within the Cougar Community and increase the awareness of Architecture and Design in the City of Houston.
Bauer College of Business Alumni
The Bauer College of Business Alumni Association is organized to strengthen the relationship among and between the alumni, the students, the business community, and the Bauer College of Business while supporting these groups in their common quest for excellence. We are dedicated to the promotion of the idea of Cougars doing business with Cougars
College of Education Alumni Association
The purpose of the Association is to promote the interests of the College of Education (COE) and to establish mutually beneficial relations between the college and its alumni. As part of the College of Education Alumni Association, former UH COE students and friends of the COE promote the interests of the college through a mutually beneficial relationship between the college and its alumni. This outstanding group of members have been recognized for their contribution with multiple Banner Year Awards.
Conrad N. Hilton College Alumni Association
The Conrad N. Hilton College Alumni Association, as a member of The University of Houston Alumni Association, declares that its mission is to promote excellence at the University of Houston; to support, assist and contribute to the efforts of the University of Houston and the Conrad N. Hilton College of Hotel and Restaurant Management to add value to the degrees they confer, to further enhance the development of the hospitality industry through professional development of alumni; and provide opportunities for professional and social interaction in order to promote active involvement of the alumni in the Conrad N. Hilton College Alumni Association.
Engineering Alumni Association
The mission of the Engineering Alumni Association is to champion, support and unite the UH Cullen College of Engineering, its students and its alumni.
Graduate College of Social Work Alumni Association
The Graduate College of Social Work Alumni Association was created to support and to strengthen the relationship between the alumni and the Graduate College of Social Work at the University of Houston by; providing activities/benefits to the alumni, being financially self-sufficient/independent, providing support to the Graduate College of Social Work, enhancing the image and visibility of the Graduate College of Social Work, participating actively in the recruitment of students to the Graduate College of Social Work and cooperating with other social work organizations (NASW, HSWOT, & ABS).
Natural Science and Mathematics Alumni Association
Strengthening and supporting the relationship among NSM alumni, NSM undergraduates and the University of Houston
Valenti School of Communication Alumni Association
Technology Alumni Association
The purpose of the Technology Alumni Association is to aid, develop, and advance education and research relating to the study, teaching, and practices of technology.We will make donations, gifts, contributions, and loans to and for the use of organizations related to the University of Houston College of Technology. This Association will also promote closer fellowship among the alumni and present students of the University of Houston.
Masters of Public Administration Alumni Association
Hobby School of Public Affairs Alumni Association
The mission of the Hobby School of Public Affairs Alumni Association is to serve and support the improvement of public affairs practice and research by connecting Hobby School alumni with a community of like-minded professionals who help develop and explore talents, while challenging successful Hobby School alumni to foster this community among ourselves as mentors, organizational leaders, and donors.
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