Since the formation of the General Alumni Association in May of 1843, the GAA has served all of Carolina’s living alumni — now numbering more than 330,000. The association maintains detailed records on all of Carolina’s alumni. It sponsors class and affinity group reunions and Homecoming, welcoming all alumni back to their alma mater. The GAA’s Carolina Clubs provide programs for all alumni, and the doors of the George Watts Hill Alumni Center are open to all alumni, every day.

Since the late 19th century, the GAA has invited Carolina alumni to become dues-paying members, and GAA members enjoy a growing menu of member perks and services. Similar to alumni associations at the universities of Michigan, California, Virginia, and others, the GAA is self-governed, and members elect the GAA’s Board of Directors. We encourage all of our alumni to look at the resources available to them, such as submitting job listings for current students or even requesting your transcript.

Antoine Bailliard, PhD, OTR/L, speaks at the Class VI graduation, held on August 23, 2018 at the George Watts Hill Alumni Center. Ronald P. Strauss, the University's executive vice provost, looks on.
Antoine Bailliard, PhD, OTR/L, speaks at the Class VI graduation, held on August 23, 2018 at the George Watts Hill Alumni Center. Ronald P. Strauss, the University’s executive vice provost, looks on.