Johnson Alumni

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As a graduate from our Johnson campus, you’re part of a legacy of innovative and impactful education dating back to 1828. Even though you’re no longer on campus, you’re part of our present and future, too. Your input, support, and friendship help us continue to shape lives with practical, accessible, career-focused programs and outstanding faculty. 

We invite you to remain an engaged member of the community, connecting to campus and to fellow alumni. Below are some resources to help you.

When you give a gift, it’s an investment that makes a real difference in the depth and breadth of teaching and learning at our small university.  

Our scholarship recipients participate in groundbreaking research, volunteer in local communities, distinguish themselves as professional leaders, and hold top positions at renowned national and international companies. They make a difference here in the state of Vermont, across the United States, and around the world, and you can help make it possible. 

Thank you for your support, which keeps our campuses thriving and vibrant, fulfilling our mission of providing a transformative education and preparing students to be critical thinkers and engaged global citizens. 

Alumni Association

As a graduate from Johnson, you’re automatically a member. Learn about the role of the alumni association and how you can be involved. 

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Stay Connected

Update your contact information and explore ways to keep up with friends and campus news.  

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Alumni Benefits

Find out about discounts and privileges you can enjoy as part of the alumni community. 

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Alumni FAQ

Are you curious about what the formation of Vermont State University means for alumni? Find answers to the most common questions about the transition here. 

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