The Lehman College Office of Alumni Relations welcomes you, our alumni, to remain connected with us and to help us establish networks mutually beneficial to over 81,000 alumni, the Lehman College community and its future alumni. We invite you to participate in alumni as well as college events and activities. Visit the Events page for information. We hope you will return to the beautiful Lehman campus often and take advantage of the services and programs available to you with a validated Alumni I.D. See the Benefits and Services page for more information about what is available to you.
Obtaining/Validating your Lehman College Alumni ID
All Lehman College Graduates are eligible to become members of the Lehman College Alumni Association. As a member of the Alumni Association you are entitled to discounts, invitations to special events and access to on-campus services with your valid Lehman College alumni ID. The Alumni Association membership fee is $25.00 and is valid for one year from the date you receive it. For new graduates, the fee is waived for the first year. Please note that the funds collected for membership fees are used to help deserving students experiencing hardships complete their education on time.
For more infomation on how to become a member of the Lehman College Alumni Association and obtain your alumni ID, please contact the Office of Alumni Engagement at 718-960-8048 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. For your convenience, you can also apply online.
Alumni on Social Media
The Lehman College Alumni social media initiative is meant to facilitate the development of these networks for our current and future Lehman College Alumni and provide forums for discussion, networking, sharing of information, events and activities invitations, exchanging of ideas, mentoring, getting back in touch. Please join the Lehman College Alumni Facebook page and LinkedIn group and help develop a supportive, informative and enriching online community among our diverse alumni population.
Office of Alumni Engagement
Shuster Hall, Room 316