The Lipscomb University Alumni Association is here to serve alumni through specific programs in order to impact and reach as many alumni as possible. To find out more about each program, please see the list below.
Emerging Associates—A new entry-level giving program for Lipscomb University’s recent alumni —Emerging Associates— is available exclusively to undergraduate members of the Graduates of the Last Decade (GOLD) Network. Emerging Associates are recognized as leadership-level donors and qualify for all traditional Lipscomb Associate-level benefits, but commit to annually give at a sliding scale based on their GOLD year status.
Lipscomb Black Alumni Council (LBAC)—Launched in September 2018, LBAC connects black alumni, students, faculty, staff and others committed to diversity, inclusion and participation in the life of Lipscomb University. The council will focus on programming that supports black students and alumni to help strengthen their faith; excel in academic, social and cultural endeavors; acquire life skills required to successfully transition from college to life post-college; and develop networks that contribute to education and career advancement.
GOLD (Graduates of the Last Decade) Network—Led by a volunteer council, GOLD is tailored to alumni who have graduated from Lipscomb within the last 10 years. Focuses on creating a community of young professionals connected to Lipscomb and each other through networking, education, service and social activities.
Senior Alumni Program —A program for alumni age 55 and older. Includes programs such as Lifelong Learning, Summer Hostel & Travel Learning and the Golden Circle, a program tailored to alumni who have been graduated from the university for 50 or more years.
Associated Women for Lipscomb—The Associated Women for Lipscomb is an organization whose main purpose is to raise funding for need-based scholarships to Lipscomb. The organization hosts several events locally and regionally to boost networking among its members and raise scholarship funds.