Regional Clubs

Yalalumni at an evente clubs and associations are your starting point for finding your local Yale community! With more than 120 domestic and 40 international clubs, covering almost every point on the globe, you can connect with friends old and new, continue lifelong learning, give back to your local community, and explore professional opportunities – all without traveling to New Haven.

Contact Club Staff

Still have questions? Find the YAA staff person assigned to your geographic area here.

Lifelong Learning Near You

Yale brings learning to you, through volunteer-organized courses and lectures by Yale faculty travelling to your area through the YAA-Redpath Speakers Program. Click here for more information, or search for upcoming events on our calendar.

Service to Community

Alumni volunteers from regional clubs and associations have been champions of the Yale Day of Service from its founding in 2009. Many Day of Service sites have developed into ongoing efforts to give back to the local community as well. Learn more.

Yale Book Award

Via the Yale Book Award program, your club can honor outstanding students in local high schools and help build Yale's reputation among families in the area. Book awards recognize high school juniors of academic promise and include a personalized bookplate stating that the award comes from that community’s Yale Club. In some cases, alumni volunteers present the award in person at the high school's awards ceremony.  Individual Alumni may also sponsor Yale Book Awards either in their communities or at high schools that they attended.  Please contact Darlene.gost@yale.edu if you would like further information.

Related Programs

A selection of regionally based programs you may enjoy:

  • Alumni Schools Committees: Run by the Office of Undergraduate Admissions, the Alumni Schools Committees (ASC) conduct interviews of local high school students applying to Yale College and build relationships between Yale and local high schools. Most Yale Clubs partner with the ASC in this mission.
  • Feb Club Emeritus: Feb Club Emeritus is the alumni version of the decades-long campus tradition of a party every night during the doldrums of February in New Haven. Since 2008, alumni volunteers have organized more than 1,000 Feb Club Emeritus parties of all sizes, in big cities and small towns, throughout the month of February, all around the world. Everyone is welcome!
  • Camp Yale Emeritus: Like “Camp Yale,” the idyllic end-of-summer week between the opening of dorms and the beginning of classes, Camp Yale Emeritus encourages young alumni to gather locally during the summer. It’s like a Feb Club session in summer – pure fun, but more likely outdoors and family friendly. This burgeoning tradition is coordinated by BOLD alumni volunteers.

Club Demographics

Regional clubs and associations vary widely in size, school distribution, and founding date.  If you want to learn more about the makeup of a group near you, or are just curious about the overall distribution of Yale alumni, we've compiled this list (current as of May 1, 2108).