Get involved. Give back to Oxford.
Once you get to know Oxford College, you'll see why our alumni are incredibly dedicated to and supportive of their alma mater. The two years Emory students spend on Oxford's campus make a big impact—not only on them but on us and the communities they touch as engaged and responsible citizens long after they leave here. Our current students count on the support of Oxford alumni, parents and friends. We invite you to be a mentor, serve on an alumni board, and give to nurture Oxford's legacy.
For your benefit.
There's a host of alumni benefits and resources for you on both Emory campuses. The benefits of your education don't end at graduation. Use the gym, including the pool and weight rooms, the athletic fields and tennis courts free on Oxford's campus. Take advantage of Emory's career counseling resources for alumni, or replace a lost EmoryCard or diploma. We are here for you long after you leave Oxford.Learn More
Catching up with our alumni.
Kevin Gooch 99Ox 01C
On Twitter, Kevin Gooch describes himself as "a corporate attorney with a focus on finance transactions having closed $15B in my career. I refused to be outworked, and I strive for growth daily."
Emily Allen 06Ox 08C
As SGA president senior year, Emily Allen had the honor of presenting His Holiness the XIV Dalai Lama with his official EmoryCard.
Juan de Dios Reyes III 88Ox 90C
Juan de Dios Reyes III works for the law firm Seyfarth Shaw, where he heads zoning and land use for the real estate department, the fourth largest in the US.
Karen Lachmayr 95Ox 97C
Karen Lachmayr is executive director of Harvard University's Microbial Sciences Initiative and an associate of the Department of Organismic and Evolutionary Biology.
Michael Cole 80Ox 83C
Michael Cole is president of US Bancorp's Ascent Private Capital Management. "My parents taught me and my two sisters that we are all citizens of a larger planet and that we need to look for ways to give back," he says.
Sophomore Class gift honors Oxford students.
The 2017 sophomore class will honor two members of our Oxford family by naming a room in Candler Hall after Abinta Kabir 17Ox and Faraaz Hossain 15Ox. Campus leaders Abinta and Faraaz were lost in the tragic terrorist attacks in Dhaka, Bangladesh, on July 1, 2016. They each served as programming chairs for the Student Activities Committee. Their leadership, integrity, wisdom, and citizenship are traits that our community wishes to celebrate and honor with this year's Sophomore Class Gift. A special event unveiling the class gift will be held on Wednesday, March 29 at 3:45 p.m. outside Candler Hall. Following the short program, there will be a reception in the room named in honor of Abinta and Faraaz.GIVE