Connect with Alumni
Connect with a global network of accomplished alumni.
Search the Online Alumni Directory
DePauw’s Online Alumni Directory allows all members of the Alumni Association to search for and connect with fellow alumni. You must login to access the Online Alumni Directory and your personal profile.
- If you have not logged in before, you’ll need to complete the First Time Login. Contact the Office of Alumni Engagement at (877) 658-2586 or firstname.lastname@example.org to receive your Activation Code. Once you’ve activated your account, you can create your own username and password for future use.
- If you have already activated your account, simply login to access your profile.
Once you have logged in, it’s easy to start finding your friends and classmates.
- You can perform a simple search by first name, last name and class year.
- You can also do a more advanced search by maiden name, occupation, and the region as well as other options. Just click on the Advanced Search button to take advantage of the additional search options.
Share and read Class Notes ("Gold Nuggets")
You can submit your own personal and professional news and read about what your classmates have been up to anytime. You will have to login to your personal profile in order to submit and view Class Notes.
Class Notes are also printed in the DePauw Magazine and can be submitted directly to the DePauw Magazine via standard mail or email at: DePauw Magazine, P.O. Box 37, Greencastle, IN 46135-0037. You may also submit via the DePauw Gateway, by faxing to 765-658-4625 or emailing email@example.com.
Join Alumni on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn
Join thousands of other alumni who have liked our DePauw Alumni & Friends page on Facebook, followed our DePauw Alumni account on Twitter, and joined the DePauw University Alumni Association group on LinkedIn.
You’ll be able to make and renew connections, keep up with the latest events on campus, find ways to engage with other alumni in your area, and learn about how you can help our current and future students.