Your Continuing Community
John F. Kennedy University is known around the world, from Abu Dhabi to Peru, from Japan to Sweden, for its distinguished alumni and community service programs.
Our alumni, numbering more than 15,000, are University ambassadors across the country and around the world, involved in both the private and public sectors, transforming lives and communities and changing the world. We are proud to recognize and support them through continuing education, networking opportunities, and a variety of services and programs.
We are also dedicated to honoring our namesake, President John F. Kennedy, and his commitment to community service. Our counseling centers, legal clinics, camps, and service learning program are a few examples of how the University and our students to give back to our communities.
John F. Kennedy University hosts regular alumni meetups which present opportunities for alumni to meet and connect.
Alumni Referral Program
You have personally experienced the power of transformative education; now you can literally “Pay It Forward.”
Refer a potential new student for this coming fall and that student will receive a $500 Alumni Referral Scholarship. To get started, encourage a friend or colleague to visit jfku.edu/followmylead and fill out the simple form.
Be sure that they mention that you referred them to us and share your name so we can thank you for the referral.
Get career assistance! Finding the right career doesn’t just happen. But with planning and the right support, you can find a meaningful career that is rewarding. Career Services offers a variety of services to students and recent alumni including career interest assessments; resume development, and career and job search resources. Free access to the career resource library with career-related books and resource.
For more information, call 925-969-3542 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our libraries are at your fingertips. Use the online catalog to search the collections of all five libraries, reserve and renew circulating materials and request books and articles through interlibrary loan. Visit the University Libraries to check out books and media. Research assistance is available in person and by phone or email. Please see the JFK University libraries website for more detailed information about alumni library services. The Law Library offers alums free onsite access to reference materials, videos, research assistance, electronic databases (with the exception of Westlaw) and the Internet.
Reduced Audit Fee
Alumni have access to reduced fees to audit courses.
Transcript requests at John F. Kennedy University are handled by the National Student Clearing House. This allows alumni to order transcripts, make payments, and view the status and progress of their requests completely online.
The JFK University Career Center and the Office of Alumni Relations have developed a network of alumni who are interested in sharing information about their work with JFK University students and alumni. If you are interested in participating in this program, either as an individual wanting to utilize the network or as an alumni advisor, call the Career Center for more information.
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