More than 15,000 Salem alumnae span the United States and the world. Though we can be found all over the globe, we share many common ties — the integrity of adhering to a cherished honor code, an excellent education from caring and talented faculty and memories of being a part of Opening Convocation, Fall Fest and Founders Day. Our shared Salem experience is a bond that unites us. Those who graduate with undergraduate or graduate degrees or are enrolled for at least two semesters are considered Salem College alumnae.
Alumnae will always have a home here, and we hope that you will pay us a visit from time to time, whether it be during Reunion Weekend, at an Alumnae Event or just for a nostalgic walk around our beautiful campus.
There are several ways to stay connected and engaged:
Follow us on social media:
- Visit the website for updates on latest news and campus happenings
- Read our newsletters and other communications
- Attend alumnae events in person and virtually
- Follow the events of our alumnae boards
To take advantage of all the programs, communications, and events the Alumnae Association has to offer, ensure your contact information is current. Update your contact information online or by calling (336) 721-2608.
Give Back to Salem College
Salem alumnae make Salem strong and have sustained the institution through its many eras and transformations. There are many ways in which you can contribute to the Salem College community.
- Financial Support
- Refer a student to the College
- Refer a student to the Academy by contacting the Director of Enrollment Management, Jessica Rogers — at email@example.com or 336.721.2643
Your investment is critical to Salem College’s success, and we are grateful for your support.
Layla McCarthy, C’21
Stephany Luna-Rivas, C’19
Erica Shepperd-Debnam, C’15
Merritt Enright, C’19 2019
Today I completed my 4th internship at NBC News in New York City. I am so grateful to Salem College for supporting my desire to do this and for giving me the skills to make it happen. Salem taught me to be proactive. I’ve learned how to stand up, speak out, and pursue my goals.