Your Cornell connection away from the Hilltop.
Regional Clubs are geographically based groups of Cornell alumni, parents, and friends. They exist to connect alumni and friends through events, welcome new families and recent grads, support current and future alumni, assist the college in recruiting new students, and support the college financially. Find out more about the regional club in your area below!
What do Cornell's regional clubs do?
Connect. Provide an array of social, networking,
educational, or service-oriented programs for alumni to stay connected
to each other and to Cornell College
- Welcome. Welcome new students and families to the Cornell College community, and welcome new alumni moving into the club community
- Support. Support students and young alumni as they develop professionally and transition into new careers
- Recruit. Support efforts to identify and recruit prospective students
- Give. Encourage financial support for the college
Connect with Cornellians in your region by becoming involved with your local Regional Club today!
Cornell College Club of Cedar Rapids
Cornell College Club of Chicago
Stephene Norwood '94
Cornell College Club of Colorado
Matt Lang '96, coordinator
Cornell College Club of Des Moines
Isaiah McGee '01, coordinator
Cornell College Club of the Twin Cities
Amy Luitjens '01, co-coordinator
Christine Hamon '03, co-coordinator
Cornell College Club of Washington DC
Ming "MJ" Lowe '89, co-coordinator
Derek Johnson '04, co-coordinator
Don't see a club in your region and want to start one? Learn more about starting a regional club
or complete the Volunteer Form