USA Alumni

The University of Aberdeen is extremely proud of the strong historical links and close relationships that we have fostered with the US, and we are delighted that the growing Aberdeen Family consists of so many generous alumni and supporters throughout the nation. To help nurture alumni relationships and to encourage further support we have a number of graduates and friends of the University who give their time and experience as part of the University of Aberdeen Foundation. Find out more about the Foundation below.

To find out how you can benefit as a member of our growing Aberdeen Family while living and working in the USA, please explore the Alumni website. Here you will find out more about the opportunities available to you for networking, socialising and staying in touch with fellow members of your Scottish Alma Mater.


Ambassadors in the USA

Our Alumni Ambassadors play a key role in helping to keep our global community of alumni engaged with the University of Aberdeen by promoting alumni links in their local areas.


Chapters in the USA

Tap into shared experiences of fellow Aberdeen alumni by joining an Alumni Chapter. The University currently has Chapters in Boston and New York. With our ever-growing alumni community in North America more Chapters are planned in the near future.


Parent and Family Programme USA

The Parent and Family Programme USA, aims to connect parents and family members in the USA with the University and each other. By joining the programme you will become part of the Aberdeen Family.


Ways to Give in the USA

You can select the appropriate way to make your contribution to the University of Aberdeen Foundation from a variety of methods that take into consideration your wishes, the size and duration of your gift, and your personal financial circumstances.


UoA Foundation

The close relationship between the US and the University of Aberdeen is symbolised by the University of Aberdeen Foundation which brings together graduates and friends of the University who give their time and experience to encourage and facilitate support of education from the United States.