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Please explore our numerous virtual and in-person alumni offerings below, which include our Alumni Classes and signature events held in both virtual and in-person settings.

In addition to the links below, please check the upcoming alumni events calendar to join us online or in-person. 

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View of the top of East College
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Alumni convocation in Meharry Hall
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DePauw cheerleaders
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Family Weekend Save the Date Logo
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Coming Together attendees in Indianapolis
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Tiger Statue
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Pre-game at the Monon Bell
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East College at Sunset
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Whether you live just down the road or an ocean away, we're thrilled that you made the trip back home to DePauw!

Our mission is to build strong, lifelong relationships with DePauw University alumni and constituents while matching their philanthropic interests with DePauw’s aspirations and priorities. Respect, service, integrity, collaboration, diversity, transparency, curiosity and creativity are the values that guide our work and culture. 

Photos of the attendees of the Women's Basketball Alumnae Game and Reunion 2023
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Photos of the attendees of the Men's Basketball Alumni Game and Reunion
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Photo of DePauw Alumni Tennis Association Members who returned to campus on February 3-4 for reunion weekend
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After a three-year hiatus, we were excited to host the DePauw Alumni Tennis Association (DATA) back on campus on February 3-4, 2023, for their reunion weekend! 

Members of the DePauw Alumni Tennis Association (DATA) who returned to campus for Reunion Weekend: Women's Team
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DePauw Alumni Tennis Association Members who returned to campus on February 3-4 for Reunion Weekend
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The women's alumni team took victory over the current players, and the men's current team won against men's alumni. Alumni, current players and coaches all gathered for a celebratory dinner and program in the Union Building Ballroom on Saturday evening.


Jon Fortt ClassThe Black Experience in America
featuring Jon Fortt '98

The Janet Prindle Institute for Ethics and the Office of Alumni Engagement has partnered with Jon Fortt ‘98 to make an independent course he produced and offers online via Fortt Media. The Black Experience in America is now freely available to all DePauw alumni, which mirrors the availability for our faculty, staff, and students.

Jon Fortt was inspired to create the course after the murder of George Floyd as a way to prepare his two young sons for life in America.

In Jon's own words, this course is his version of the "The Talk" that many black fathers have with their children about life in America. He turned that into a series of lessons that he produced through Fortt Media.

The course has three video modules that take about 45 minutes each to work through. You’ll be able to sign-up and the courses will save your progress. You’ll be able to go through the modules in tiny increments. You won’t need to do it all in the same 45 minutes.

Want to invite a friend to take the course with you, but they're not alumni of DePauw? They may enroll in the paid version of the course here.

About JON FORTT '98

Jon Fortt graduated from DePauw University in 1998. He is co-anchor of CNBC’s “Squawk Alley” (M-F, 11 AM-12 PM ET). He joined CNBC as a technology correspondent in July 2010, working from CNBC’s Silicon Valley bureau where he covered the companies, start-ups, and trends that are driving innovation in the industry.

A Message from Jon Fortt About the Course

This is about empowerment through education. After the tragic killing of George Floyd in 2020, I decided to use my journalistic background and pull together knowledge to prepare my young sons for life in America.

We’ve heard about “The Talk” that many Black fathers have with our children; this became “The Course.” In creating The Course, I pulled from sources as diverse as Shakespeare and NWA, Miles Morales, and Toni Morrison. As I taught the 18 classes over Zoom to my sons and nine other Black kids during the summer of COVID-19, I explored the country’s history and my own and reconsidered iconic figures and moments I thought I understood. When we finished, the powerful feedback I got from the kids and parents convinced me that we hadn’t just finished something — we had started something. Now I want to continue it, and share that experience with you.

I wrote The Course for Black kids, and for the parents, teachers, and mentors who want to equip them for the future. That said, it’s for everyone who wants to explore the Black experience in America.

I’m a journalist and lifelong learner. The son of an art teacher and the husband of a reading specialist, I enjoy taking complicated subjects and making them understandable and relevant. Today I lead technology coverage at CNBC, where I’ve recently spearheaded coverage of race and opportunity in America, both on-air and in our events.