ALUMNI & FRIENDS
Alumni of the College of Arts and Sciences number more than 100,000 world-wide and are leaders in a diverse and broad range of industries and sectors. What do they all share in common? A passion for helping current Villanova students—and each other—to thrive personally and professionally.
Joyce Hunter ’76 CLAS guest lectures in “The Vocation of Public Service” as part of her Alumni in Residence day.
Alumni in Residence
This program gives students and faculty the opportunity to interact with highly-accomplished alumni through guest lectures, lunches and informal meetings over the course of a full or half day.
One-to-One Matched Mentoring
For college students, having a mentor or an experienced role model to cultivate their talent and provide ongoing support can make a life-changing impact on both their academics and post-collegiate futures. Through NovaNetwork, the College provides a robust mentoring platform to match students with available alumni mentors; the platform provides tools and resources to support both mentors and mentees.
Connect with students during one of our week-long immersion trips. Villanova on the Hill brings students to Washington, D.C., to learn about the policymaking ecosystem, and Villanova on Set introduces students to alumni leaders in Hollywood.
Join a networking event hosted by the BRIDGE society, a student-run organization that strives to build relationships between students and alumni. Events are held throughout the academic year to help students learn about a wide variety of careers.
Advisory Boards in the College
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The Nova Network is Villanova's official social and professional network. Find Villanovans in your industry and local area, discuss career-related topics and access resources for your professional development.