Through conversation, wearing Park attire, displaying window stickers - any way you can - show your community that you are a Park graduate. Park Alumni Shop
Share your experiences at Park with prospective students. Refer friends, relatives, and co-workers to the admissions department. If the new student is a child/ step-child, niece/nephew, sibling, spouse, parent or grandparent of a Park graduate, they may be eligible to apply for the Marlowe Sherwood Memorial Scholarship or the Alumni Association’s legacy scholarship.
Opportunities to stay engaged with your alma mater comes in many forms. Events and volunteer opportunities are available throughout the University. To learn about opportunities to stay involved go to the Alumni Volunteers page.
Park University’s legacy stay strong. Park University prides itself on providing education to qualified students, regardless of their financial ability to pay. For every $1 contributed by the student, $2 is paid toward their education through contributions of alumni, foundations, corporations and revenue projects of the University. Alumni giving back is a critical part of every student’s education. Make a gift
Share your professional expertise. By helping to find employment for our graduates you help to increase the value of all Park degrees. Career services are available to all graduates at no cost. Alumni who are interested in posting jobs or serving as mentors should contact Career Development.
Park University's degree programs are accredited by the Higher Learning Commission, a member of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools.
Park University is a private, non-profit, institution of higher learning since 1875.