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Every year in May at Commencement, we welcome YOU—our newest doer, maker, innovator, and healer—to the New York Institute of Technology Alumni Association.

This is a momentous time as you are starting new careers, making choices about where to live, and beginning your lives outside of academia. Luckily, you are doing so with the support of New York Tech's global community of more than 114,000 alumni.

This community benefits all of you. Networking with your fellow alumni is one of the best ways to grow and enhance your career—at any stage. And, reaching back to your alma mater to source talent for your company or organization (as many alumni do at the annual All Majors Job and Internship Fair) completes that ultimate circle of being a graduate of New York Tech. Finally, being an New York Tech graduate gives you access to exclusive benefits and events you can't find anywhere else.

Register your profile today and get started on your next chapter with us!

Mission and Strategic Goals

The mission and strategic goals of the New York Institute of Technology Alumni Association are to:

  • Strengthen relationships between alumni, students, and the institution
  • Foster a spirit of loyalty, involvement and lifelong commitment to our alma mater
  • Engage alumni through event programming
  • Increase financial support from alumni
  • Bridge the gap between what students need and what they have

About the Alumni Association

The New York Institute of Technology Alumni Association plays an active role in strengthening the bonds within the New York Tech community.

The Alumni Association Board serves as the advisory body of the New York Tech Alumni Association. The Board's primary responsibility is to provide leadership in developing and executing stimulating and engaging alumni programs and activities.

Selected from a wide spectrum of graduation years and geographic areas, these Board members represent the voice of more than 114,000 global alumni. In these highly visible leadership roles, Board members are chosen to commit time, talent, and resources to the University. Terms to the Board are three years.

There are five working committees of the Alumni Association Board that any alumni can participate with. The committees are: Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion; Athletics, Bears of the Last Decade, Trailblazers Awards, and the Big Give.

If you are interested in serving on the Alumni Association Board or on a committee, or would like to nominate fellow alumni, please complete our online nomination form. If you have any questions regarding the Alumni Association Board, please contact Sabrina Polidoro, director of alumni relations, at

Meet the Alumni Association Board