alumnus

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  • Info An alumnus (masculine, plural alumni) or alumna (feminine, plural alumnae) is a former student or pupil of a school, college, or university. more...
  • Over its long history the university has also produced many distinguished alumni.
  • This is now set to become an annual event for students and alumni.
  • The university is known for its large number of alumni who join the academic world.
  • Alumni often take the opportunity to visit schools they once attended.
  • Many alumni of these schools made their career in film.
  • Several alumni hold or have held top positions at large companies.
  • He wanted to establish a close working relationship between the alumni, faculty and students.
  • The new alumni, however, receive their book in the mail over the summer.
  • The college has an active social calendar for both current students and alumni.
  • The school's alumni organization has a full-time executive director and offices at the school.
  • Alumni and former students have also participated in the world of sports.
  • The house has been restored and is the site of many alumni and community functions.
  • Merton has also produced a number of notable alumni in more recent times.
  • George Washington alumni include many current and past political figures.
  • A speech is also given by a special guest, often an alumnus of the school.
  • The school formed its own board of directors representing alumni, parents and the university administration.
  • Only members and alumni of the college may be blessed in this way.
  • Both teams are well-supported by students, parents and alumni.
  • There, some of her dance school alumnus became her students.
  • The annual magazine for alumni of the college is known as The Ship.
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Synonyms of alumnus

Meaning of alumnus

  • noun A person who has received a degree from a school (high school or college or university)