Membership in DU is lifelong. After graduation, there are many opportunities to stay involved, live our Principles and build yourself into a better man.
After graduation, you do not stop being a DU. There are many ways for our alumni to stay involved and connected to the Fraternity throughout any stage of life. Find out which way is best for you!
Each DU chapter has an alumni chapter comprised of its alumni that helps the undergraduate chapter in many ways, including planning and fundraising. Alumni Chapters are the perfect way to stay up-to-date with your chapter. They also provide leadership opportunities should you want to lead a committee, plan an event and more.
Area Alumni Groups
Area alumni groups are found in numerous geographic locations and are made up of DUs living in that area, regardless of their chapter affiliation. Alumni groups allow you to make new friends, network and stay connected to the Fraternity. Each group has officers that help keep the chapter running, as well as plan events.
Chapter Advisory Board
Each undergraduate chapter and colony needs a team of advisors in place to assist, support and mentor the undergraduate officers and general members on an ongoing basis. Most of these advisors are alumni members of the Fraternity, but a substantial number are non-members who may work at the college/university where the colony/chapter is located. Chapter Advisor Resources can be found online.
DU has many national volunteer positions for alumni. These include serving as a Province Governor, or as a member of the International Fraternity Board of Directors or Educational Foundation Board of Trustees.
One of the easiest ways to contribute to Delta Upsilon as an alumnus is to donate to the Delta Upsilon Educational Foundation. Your money will help the DUEF fund the Fraternity’s educational programs and scholarships. There are also specific funds set up to help individual chapters. The Foundation will send you regular updates on the impact your donation has made on DU brothers. Donate Today.