Susquehanna Forever

With nearly 22,000 alumni around the world, the Susquehanna community is never out of reach.


The lessons learned and connections made on Susquehanna’s beautiful, broad campus last well beyond a student’s four years; they last a lifetime. Susquehannans go on to do great things, and the dedication they have for their alma mater runs deep. As volunteers, advocates and donors, alumni ensure that future generations of students have access to the life-changing experiences that a Susquehanna education offers.

Three Ways To Engage Right Now

Here are three easy—yet immensely meaningful—ways in which alumni can make the most of their connection to Susquehanna University.

Attend An Event

Whether online or in person, on campus or off, there are a variety of events that help keep Susquehanna graduates active and engaged with one another and the university.

Alumni Gifts

Make A Gift

Our alumni’s philanthropy makes the Susquehanna experience possible for today’s students. Gifts can support any campus designation most meaningful to the donor.

Become A Volunteer

Whether its returning for Break Through, hosting a networking trek or serving as a reunion ambassador, there are many ways alumni can share their time and talents.

Explore News & Alumni Stories

Read the lates stories highlighting Susquehanna University alumni and the differences they are making in their communities and the world around them.

Alumna Awarded Fulbright

Layren McDannold ’23 has been awarded the Anne Wexler Scholarship in Public Policy from the U.S. Department of State and the J. William Fulbright Foreign Scholarship Board.

The award will allow McDannold to go to Australia to pursue her master’s degree in public policy while also conducting research into the generational impacts of the climate crisis and how political apathy and distrust affects climate legislation. McDannold’s interest in political apathy was inspired by similar research she conducted at Susquehanna, under the guidance of Shari Jacobson.

Grad Heads to Peace Corps

Emily Hizny ’24 will embark on a nearly 5,000-mile journey to North Macedonia for a two-year commitment to the Peace Corps.

Hizny said her desire to participate in the Peace Corps began with her Global Opportunities program, GO Tirolo, which was set in an Alpine region in northern Italy and southern Austria. She spent two weeks abroad exploring the region’s multicultural facets, engaging in agricultural and culinary activities, learning about sustainability and border concepts and interacting with local communities.

Alumni Couple Support LGBTQ+ Resource Center

Susquehanna dedicated the Erynn E. Reiss LGBTQ+ Resource Center in memory of Erynn and in recognition of the philanthropy of her parents, Jay ’72 and Andrea ’72 Endrusick.

The Endrusicks’ philanthropy will support student programming, guest speakers and the center’s capital improvement expenditures. Additionally, the Reiss Resource Center provides specialty housing for LGBTQ+ students, and their gift will eliminate financial barriers for students seeking those accommodations.




Upcoming Alumni Events

Graduating doesn’t have to mean leaving Susquehanna. From on-campus reunions to local get-togethers, a variety of events keep the Susquehanna connection going. View some upcoming alumni events below.

Selinsgrove Brewfest

We hope you will join fellow Susquehanna University alumni for an exciting opportunity to reconnect with the university during the 26th annual Selinsgrove Brewfest on Saturday, July 20, from 2 to 6 p.m.

Homecoming–Reunion Weekend

Homecoming–Reunion Weekend, one of Susquehanna’s most beloved traditions, returns to its beautiful, broad campus Oct. 18–20, 2024.

Phillies Baseball Event

Phillies Baseball

This September, join fellow Philadelphia-area alumni for an evening of baseball and bonding during our annual Philadelphia Phillies baseball game. Details to come.




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