Log in with your Lafayette Network ID and password to access the online alumni directory, update your personal profile, add news and photos through Class Notes, search job postings and classifieds, register for alumni events, and stay in touch with fellow alumni.
View the Leopard Link website.
Online job information, résumé and cover letter critiques, individual career counseling, self-assessment testing, and a database of alumni who have volunteered to provide career-related advice and assistance: (610) 330-5115.
The registrar’s office provides official copies of transcripts: (610) 330-5090.
Diploma Display sells custom diploma frames for Lafayette alumni: (800) 422-4100.
Online edition of Lafayette Magazine, podcasts, slideshows, RSS feeds, From the Hill–weekly email review of campus and alumni news as well as mentions of Lafayette in the media, GoLeopards.com Daily–game stories, previews, and other athletics news.
Special organization license plates are manufactured in Pennsylvania’s standard plate colors–blue, white, and yellow. The design features the Lafayette paw print emblem on the left followed by a two-letter designation on the left or right of five numbers. “Lafayette College” appears across the bottom of the plate, and “Pennsylvania” across the top. For an application, contact Alumni Relations: (610) 330-5040.
Alumni are granted 15 uses of the fitness center per year (five visits during each fall semester, spring semester, and summer): (610) 330-5770.
Throughout the United States, Lafayette alumni gather for social, dining, networking, sporting events and more.
Visit our regions and chapters page to find out what activities are going on in your area.
Alumni are welcome to use library resources when on campus and may have borrowing privileges by becoming a member of the Friends of Skillman Library. Alumni may also visit Special Collections & College Archives, Monday-Friday, 10am – 5pm, or send questions to email@example.com.
Alumni have electronic access to JSTOR, a digital library of more than 2,000 scholarly journals, thanks to funding from the Friends of Skillman Library. The digital Loeb Classical Library, a virtual library of Greek and Latin literature, is also available thanks to a donation from Jeffrey E. Fiddler ’63, in honor of the late Professor W. Edward Brown. For more information please contact the library.
You are invited to join the Princeton Club of New York. Here’s an opportunity to interact with other alumni who are members: (212) 596-1240.