If you would like to join one of the associations listed below. Please contact Miguel Cabrera at email@example.com.
University of Houston Asian Alumni Association
The Asian Alumni Association strives to advance the interests and promote the welfare of the University of Houston, to reunite Asian alumni and friends for social and professional networking events, to organize fundraising events and scholarships for Asian students who attend UH, and to serve as a vehicle to address various concerns, issues, and needs that impact Asian students, faculty members, alumni and the community in general.
University of Houston Black Alumni Association
The Black Alumni Association now known as the University of Houston Black Alumni Association was chartered as a special interest constituency group of the Houston Alumni Organization. Since 1988, UHBAA continues to carry out the passion of its founding members – to serve and support the university and its black alumni and friends. The progress of UHBAA and its growth comes as a direct result of alumni who care to give back to the university through UHBAA by sharing their time, talents and treasures.
REMEMBER, before we were doctors, lawyers, engineers, athletes, mothers, fathers, and so much more. We were all UH Black Alumni. UHBAA currently has over 11,000 members.
University of Houston CenterPoint Energy Alumni Association
The CenterPoint Energy UH Alumni Association of The University of Houston Alumni Association is organized exclusively for the charitable and educational purpose to advance the interest and promote the welfare of the University of Houston.
University of Houston Spirit of Houston Alumni Association
The mission of the Spirit of Houston Alumni is to serve and support our University, its students, fellow alumni, and the UHAA through:
¨ Seeking out opportunities to provide service and assistance to the current Spirit of Houston to facilitate its mission to support the University community;
¨ Providing scholarships to current members of the Spirit of Houston to encourage their academic success;
¨ Establishing social networks and fellowship opportunities for former members of the Spirit of Houston; and
¨ Fostering opportunities to maintain involvement with the University as a whole, and with UHAA.
If you are an alumni of the Spirit of Houston, which includes marching band, cheer teams, Cougar Dolls, and mascots, we invite you to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and become a part of our organization.
University of Houston Communication Science and Disorder Alumni Association
The mission of the Communication Sciences and Disorders Alumni Association (ComDAN) is to strengthen the relationship among and between alumni, students, the business community, ComD, and the University of Houston while supporting these groups in their common quest for excellence.
Join ComDAN by contacting the Houston Alumni Association and specify yourself as a ComD Alumnus, or by calling the Houston Alumni office at 713-743-9550 (toll free: 1-877-COUGAR). ComDAN is currently looking for volunteers for committee membership, committee leadership, and special events supporters. ComDAN events/activities include the Spring Graduation Reception, fundraising, formal and informal social gatherings, and continuing education opportunities. Consider getting involved, connect with alumni, and support the school that supported you!
University of Houston Cougars Athletic Alliance
University of Houston Cougars Athletic Alliance (UHCAA), I would like to welcome you to our website.
Here you will find pertinent information about our alumni group, upcoming organization-sponsored events, how you can join, and ways of volunteering with UHCAA.
The University of Houston LGBTQ Alumni Association
The purpose of the UH LGBTQ Alumni Association is to encourage connections among LGBTQ alumni and to support current LGBTQ students on campus. We represent the university at Pride Houston, hold social events such as mixers and tailgates, and host a dinner each year to raise money for LGBTQ students in need.
University of Houston Graphic Alumni Partnership Association
The University of Houston Graphic Alumni Partnership Association has served numerous communities, both directly and indirectly, by producing some of the top graphic design graduates in the region. Its alumni direct respected firms and agencies, manage in-house groups for corporations and private enterprises, and teach in other graphic design programs both regionally and nationally.
(UH GAP) connects the Graphic Communications Program and the ever-growing community of professionals and academics who have passed through its studios. UH GAP raises awareness within the communities it serves about the value of design education and the role of graphic design in society. We strive to serve alumni, graduates, and the design community at large by:
- Furthering the profession
- Promoting the School of Art
- Highlighting alumni accomplishments
- Providing scholarships for students
- Increasing awareness – demonstrating value to target audiences
- Expanding involvement and support for the program
University of Houston- Energy Alumni Association
The primary objective of the Energy Alumni Association is to support, and unite UH alumni in the Oil and Energy industry, and to strengthen their ties with their university.
Our mission is to provide our alumni with an opportunity to connect and share insight with colleagues within the industry, promote research collaboration between the university and the private sector, and develop career opportunities for UH alumni.
University of Houston Frontier Fiesta Alumni Association
To promote and support Frontier Fiesta through engaging the University of Houston Alumni and aiding the student leaders to maintain a long standing university tradition.
Questions, concerns, want to get involved? Email the FFAN Leadership Team at email@example.com
University of Houston Delta Upsilon Alumni Association
Serve the alumnus membership of Delta Upsilon Fraternity in Houston by organizing and planning events and programming to allow members to continue to benefit from the Fraternity.
Delta Upsilon Fraternity was founded on the UH campus in 1973 and has maintained a chapter to present. HADU was founded in the late 1970’s. Upon graduation, all initiated Brothers automatically become members of the Houston Alumni of Delta Upsilon (HADU).
Our Motto Is: Dikaia Upotheke (Justice, Our Foundation.)
University of Houston Sigma Nu Alumni Association
To engage alumni members (graduates, former students, etc.) who were initiated or affiliated with the Sigma Nu Zeta Chi Chapter at the University of Houston with each other and current undergraduate students with the goal of raising scholarship funds.
University of Houston Eta Lambda Alumni Association
To engage alumni members (graduates, former students, etc.) of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. who were initiated or affiliated with the Eta Lambda Chapter at the University of Houston with each other and current undergraduate students in support of the goals, mission, and vision of UH and UHAA.
Background Information: The Eta Lambda Chapter at UH was chartered on May 5, 1974 by Kenneth Hale, Larry Houston, Jesse Webb, George Serger, Gerald McElvy, Karl Barrett, Alvin Brown, Buford Anderson, Rudy Gray, & Mark Roberts.
Our Motto Is: “Achievement in Every Field Of Human Endeavor”
University of Houston Eta Mu Alumni Association
The Eta Mu Alumni Foundation, a non-profit organization, provides support and inspiration to individuals seeking a postsecondary education at the University of Houston.
Members of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. who have matriculated through The University of Houston (Eta Mu Chapter).
The Eta Mu Chapter was established April of 1971 to support the scholarship of African-American men at the University of Houston. As with the national organization, the chapter has since openly encouraged and accepted the membership of individuals from all cultural backgrounds.
About 12 years ago, Eta Mu Alumni began informally gathering for homecoming; we have since provided scholarships and grief support when needed. At the beginning of 2018, we filed for formal recognition as a non-profit organization under the banner of the Eta Mu Alumni Foundation. We meet regularly to fellowship and support Eta Mu alumnus. This we do in addition to our individual obligation to the National organization.
University of Houston Tau Kappa Epsilon Alumni Association
This group is for TKE alumni in the Houston area who want to stay in touch, network, and reconnect with their brothers. There are also 4 Scholarships that are awarded to active members of the chapter ever academic year.