For alumni who share connections that extend beyond class year and location, we are proud to offer a series of affinity and identity groups.
About the Groups
Colgate’s Alumni of Color organization serves as an information exchange for alumni, students, faculty, and staff interested in issues of diversity within the Colgate community. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to participate in this organization.
The Konosioni Senior Honor Society stands as a peer-selected group of 26 members, representing 13 from each original society, and recognizing outstanding leadership, dedicated service to the community, and the preservation of tradition. Email email@example.com to find out how you can connect with other Konosioni alumni.
Mosaic strengthens ties with and within Colgate’s multicultural community to develop a lifetime of support, connection, and engagement. To learn more, visit the Mosaic page and subscribe to the Mosaic e-newsletter.
Our LGBTQ club supports and connects members of Colgate's lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and ally community. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to participate in this private group.
Alumni of the University’s a cappella groups — including The Colgate Thirteen, Colgate Resolutions, and Swinging Gates — are invited to connect with other alumni and current group members. The a cappella groups regularly perform for alumni across the country, and alumni are invited back to campus for the groups’ significant reunion years. To learn more about how you can connect with fellow a cappella alumni, email email@example.com.
The CEG is a network of alumni in the entertainment field. Writers, actors, producers, musicians, and others in the entertainment business support one another and discuss industry trends, hiring strategies, and professional opportunities. To learn more, connect with this group on Facebook or LinkedIn.