There are many ways for you to connect to alumni and our supporters. You can also get involved at UMKC through our constituent groups.
Constituent and Community Groups
More than 62 constituent organizations advocate and work on behalf of
UMKC. Alumni and friends give back in countless ways through these
organizations. Some of those organizations host groups and
subcommunities you can join.
UMKC Alumni can connect with other alumni via our online directory. You must be a UMKC graduate to use the directory.
UMKC's Alumni Authors hold various degrees and represent wide-ranging fields of employment and life experiences. But one thing they each have in common is a passion to write. From fiction to non, how-to's, guides and plays, take a look at what Roo Authors have to offer. Are you a Roo Author? Submit your book!
Friends of the Conservatory of Music - Memberships
Your membership in the Friends of the Conservatory provides life-changing experiences for our students including the opportunity for them to perform at the world-class Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts and travel the world to enhance their artistic studies.
Friends of the School of Medicine - Memberships
of the UMKC School of Medicine have achieved the highest levels of
success imaginable. Their accomplishments are possible in part because
of the backing of our Alumni and Friends who promote the best interests
of the UMKC School of Medicine.
Funds from Jazz Friends help underwrite student trips to competitions which in turn raise the visibility of the UMKC Jazz Studies Program nationally and internationally. Members have the opportunity to travel with the band to festivals and competitions in Europe and around the United States. Funds are given for the purchase of equipment and new band arrangements to support the program.
American Public Square - Membership
American Public Square is an organization that brings people from across the political and ideological spectrum together to create a civil, fact-based conversation about national, regional and local polarizing issues. Originally conceived as the Village Square in Tallahassee, Florida, American Public Square presents various programs to create a better understanding within our communities between people who are on opposite sides of the partisan divide.
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