Clubs & Organizations

Alumni Groups and Associations

In cities across the globe, alumni associations, affinity groups and clubs help connect you to your alma mater.

Associations, groups and clubs bring together alumni in locations around the world. Graduates, alumni and friends link together with others in the same region; or, that have common educational backgrounds or interests. Alumni in all groups enjoy sharing the Howard University experience among themselves and with future students.

You can expect more opportunities to participate and engage. Please stay tuned and as always, contact the Department of Alumni Relations for questions about your participation.

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Howard University Alumni Association

HUAA provides a direct pathway for you to be a part of the progress and future of Howard University. Your membership affords you numerous benefits including direct access to a growing powerful network of alumni, opportunities to mentor and serve current and future Howard students, Howard University Bookstore discounts, access to the historic Founders Library, discounted tickets to HUAA sponsored events and much more.

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Bison Express

Bison Express is formed under the charter of Howard University to foster intercollegiate athletic excellence by our student-athletes, band, and cheerleaders, and to help provide them opportunities to compete at the highest levels.

Bison Express is comprised of individuals who want Howard University athletics to be the best it can be, and are willing to provide time, financial support, and resources in an effort to help Howard's athletic teams, marching band, and cheerleaders assume their rightful position as the best in the nation.

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Howard University Medical Alumni Association

HUMAA’s mission is to support the Howard University College of Medicine (HUCM). This mission is accomplished by giving scholarships to medical students, providing long white coats for the graduating seniors, sponsoring the annual welcome luncheon for the freshmen, organizing a monthly alumni speaker series to mentor and educate current students on the range of career options available, and endowing a Chair in Basic Sciences at HUCM.

HUMAA is fully operationally independent. HUMAA was incorporated in the District of Columbia in 1945 as an independent, not-for-profit 501(c)3 organization by members of the medical Class of 1945. From the very beginning, HUMAA has been an alumni-organized and run organization.

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