Mission Statement of the SUNY Potsdam Alumni Association
The Board shall support the Association mission by accomplishing the following objectives: plan and assist with reunion and regional alumni events, ensure that Trustees are informed of and share College developments and happenings, foster alumni and student relationships, provide scholarships and awards and give back to the College as circumstances allow.
Alumni Board of Directors
Originating over a hundred years ago, the Charter of Alumni Association was signed on October 27, 1910, by the Regents of the University of the State of New York. The founding board members were: Julia E. Crane, Henry C. Curtis, Freeman H. Allen, George W. Sisson, Albert Rutherford, Elizabeth Reynolds, Roy B. Stowell and Frank L/ Cubley. The alumni association has grown to engage and currently serves over 38,000 SUNY Potsdam graduates nationwide.
Alumni of Note
You will find prominent SUNY Potsdam alumni making their mark in a variety of fields including music, education, journalism, arts, media, business and more. Here are a few.
Over 36,000 strong, the alumni population continues to expand regionally across the continent, across industries, and across generations. See where SUNY Potsdam alumni are currently located.
Looking for a classmate or roommate? View our current directory.
School of Education Alumni Advisory Board
The School of Education Alumni Association and Advisory Board was established in 1999, with the purpose of reaching out, in more meaningful ways, to our alumni, as well as build affinity for the School of Education. Learn more about the School of Education Alumni Advisory Board.
Julia E. Crane Alumni Association
The oldest Alumni Association on campus. View the advisory board members.
Business Administration Advisory Council
The primary goal of the Business Administration Advisory Council is to ensure that the program is successful and relevant to the changing needs of business and industry.
Members consist of successful alumni and friends in the field of business.