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Frequently Asked Questions

Alumni may update their contact information at

Alternatively, alumni may email us,, with updated contact information. Please include your class year and school when emailing.

By updating your contact information, you will ensure that you receive the latest in Vanderbilt news, and information about upcoming events in your area.

Transcripts are provided free of charge for alumni. We recommend that you begin with the University Registrar's website which can be accessed here. This site provides an overview of the steps need to obtain your transcript. Alternatively, you may contact them by phone (615) 322-7701 or by email,


Visit our Alumni Career section to learn more about the career and job resources available to alumni.

Alumni benefits and discounts can be found here. Through Abenity you can sign up to recieve monthly discounts. Questions? Email Caroline Johnston,

Thank you for your interest in giving to Vanderbilt. You may give online to Vanderbilt Univeristy here or by calling toll free, 1-866-882-3863.

For information on legacy admissions please visit this page.

The University Registar is the only entity that can can verify that someone went to Vanderbilt. Please contact them by phone (615) 322-7701 or by email,

Held annually, Reunion and Homecoming weekend is a great time to come back to campus. Meet up with your old classmates, cheer on the ’Dores and revisit all your favorite Nashville spots. Learn more about Reunion Weekend/ Homecoming here.

Vanderbilt Chapters are the foundation of the Alumni Association. They provide a great way to connect alumni, parents, students and friends worldwide in the name of Vanderbilt.

By keeping your contact information updated with the Alumni Association, that ensures you receive email invitations to events in your area.

Interested in connecting with a Vanderbilt Chapter in your area, you can learn more here.

Questions pertaining to Vanderbilt email addresses can be answered by VUIT,

Undergraduate alumni:

Graduates since 2009, you have access to your Vanderbilt Gmail account indefinitely. 
Graduates earlier than 2009, you no longer have access to your Vanderbilt email. At this time, there are no plans to re-instate email addresses.

Graduate school alumni:

Graduates, no matter the year, have access to their Vanderbilt email for four months after graduation.

The Alumni Association offers a robust travel program, which is available to all alumni, parents and friends of the university. More information can be found online at

Let us know what is happening in your career and life. Use our online class note form to submit your news items, personal milestones or career achievements. Your news items may be featured online and in upcoming issues of Vanderbilt Magazine.

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