La Salle University alumni, parents and friends who live and work Southern New Jersey frequently come together in meaningful ways to connect, engage, and show Explorer pride throughout the year at events organized by the University as well as by local alumni, offering a variety of programs that are typically aimed at community service, student recruitment and social networking.
- Inaugural Club Networking Night at Keg and Kitchen in Haddon Heights
- Business Breakfast Series at The Mansion in Voorhees
- Behind the Brew Tour and Tasting at Flying Fish Brewing Company in Somerdale
- Men’s Basketball Game Watch Parties at P.J. Whelihan’s in Cherry Hill
- Lasallian Day of Service at The Heart of Camden
- Lasallian Interview Volunteers for prospective students
How to get involved:
All alumni living or working in Southern New Jersey are invited and encouraged to get involved! Attend an event, join a leadership group or become a club volunteer. For more information, contact Mary Kay McGettigan, 01, MA ’13 at email@example.com.
Hear from Southern New Jersey Alumni Club Leader Jeff Meyers, '93:
“We’re in that zone of 'so close, yet so far' from the main campus that we’re often overlooked, yet there are so many La Salle alums in the surrounding region. I’ve often read with envy reports of alumni gatherings in cities such as DC, Chicago, and Boston. I’d think to myself 'Why can’t we do that?' The answer is that we can.
"The range of graduating classes attending our functions has included each of the last seven decades, so we have a very diverse group. Our programming goal is to offer something for everyone throughout the year by helping to engage your mind through business breakfasts, promote your school spirit by organizing La Salle basketball watch parties, and provide opportunities to network with fellow alums. We want our alums to remain proud of their La Salle experience and help them stay connected with the university and each other.”