Volunteer Opportunities

Interested in volunteering for the UT Health Science Center? There are numerous ways you can help our Office of Alumni Affairs and Annual Giving and more importantly, your alma mater! We need assistance on our leadership boards, coordinating reunions and alumni weekends, and through our class agent program, you can connect with classmates and help UTHSC at the same time!

Reunion Committees

By volunteering to help with your reunion, you'll make a bigger, better, and more fun event for everyone! Each year, our Colleges have multiple reunions, and they each have their own get togethers, including reunion dinners. Sign up to help your class's event!

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Class Agents

Class agents are an essential group to the UT Health Science Center. By teaming up with our Annual Giving staff, class agents write letters and emails to members of their class to encourage attendance at reunions and annual support. Our program is young and we need your help to make UTHSC a better place, to even further increase the value of your degree, and to make our class giving and reunion events special for everyone. Sign up today!

Become a class agent »

Alumni Boards

Our boards are the alumni leadership groups for the UT Health Science Center's colleges. They typically meet twice a year and work with their respective college's administration, alumni, faculty, and staff to further its mission. If you are interested in becoming a member of one of our alumni boards, please click on the link below.

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Student Mentors

The UT Health Science Center Alumni-Student Mentoring Program provides an opportunity for students and alumni to connect in positive one-on-one mentoring relationships. Through the program, alumni can enhance the quality of the student experience for those who come after them by interacting, exchanging ideas and sharing their experiences and knowledge. Alumni mentors give back to their alma mater by serving as role models and leaders as they help today's generation of students reach their goals.

Become a student mentor »

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