As graduates, you will always remain an important part of the history of Saybrook. As we strive to make positive change in the world, we remember to stay close so that we may continue to make the most significant impact. We invite you to keep informed about Saybrook, remain connected, and share your stories with the rest of our community.
Be sure to stay connected!
Have you moved? Changed jobs? Or would you like to receive the latest news about Saybrook University and upcoming events? If so, update your information with the Alumni Association. Send your updated contact information to [email protected].
Areas of Interest
Throughout the year, there will be a variety of events open to faculty, students, alumni, and friends of Saybrook intended to foster dialogue, community and networking across our diverse constituents.
Explore Creativity in the 21st Century! – Open to all Saybrook community members and friends!
Thursday, May 26th from 6:00pm to 8:00 pm
2001 Main Street, Santa Monica, (in back of Dogtown Coffee)
RSVP to Diana Rivera at [email protected] or 310-801-7399
New York Regional Saybrook Salon – Join us for an illustrated presentation by Dr. Tobi Zausner’s When Walls Become Doorways
Friday, June 24th from 7:00pm – 9:00pm
454 West 43rd Street (at 10th Ave), #16N, NY, NY
RSVP to Roger Cunningham at [email protected] or 212-594-7501
Saybrook University Dinner (no host) at the APA Conference – Open to all Saybrook community members and friends!
Friday, August 5th from 7:00pm – 9:30pm
Wild Bangkok Bar and Grill
1630 Welton Street, Denver, CO 80202
RSVP to Susan Gordon by 7/15/16 at [email protected]
Seating is by reservation only. The restaurant will accommodate individual checks for food and beverages.
Giving Back to Saybrook
Gifts from alumni are a vital resource to every part of Saybrook. If you would like to make a contribution to support new program development, scholarships for students, or simply help in whatever way is needed, please make an online donation here.
It’s of great importance for Saybrook to be able to track the success of our graduates. Periodically we ask graduates to take a very simple survey. The results of the survey will allow Saybrook to enhance and develop programs that will best serve students.
Elizabeth O’Brien, Vice President of Enrollment Management