Many of our alumni and friends find ways to keep in touch with AAADS, and it is our hope that you will, too. This can happen in a variety of ways whether through speaking or video-conferencing with students for a career-oriented brown bag lecture, collaborating on internship possibilities, helping students learn to engage with other scholars, connecting with K-12 classrooms, or deciding to support the department through financial contributions. Your involvement is vital. We thank you all for your continued support.
Alumni & Giving
IU Alumni Association
Visit the IU Alumni Association (IUAA) to learn how to join and receive the benefits of membership. You can also browse for IU-related gifts and memorabilia.
The Neal-Marshall Alumni Club is the IUAA's affiliate group for African American alumni of Indiana University. Founded in 1980 to meet the needs of IU African-American alumni and to increase their participation in local and national IU alumni groups, the Neal-Marshall Alumni Club was is named for the first African-American male and female graduates of Indiana University: Marcellus Neal, B.A. 1895 and Frances Marshall, B.A. 1919.