Alumni Affairs

Alumni Engagement & Resources

As graduates, you will always remain an important part of the Saybrook community. We invite you to stay informed about current happenings at Saybrook, remain connected, and share your stories of achievement with us so that we can celebrate them with you. It is our aim to provide you with rich opportunities for engagement, resources to support you as you make positive change in the world, and opportunities for you to connect with current and prospective students to encourage the next generation of changemakers. We are a stronger and more vibrant community together, and we can’t wait to hear from you and see you at an event sometime soon.

Staying Connected

Have you moved? Changed jobs? Want to be sure you’re receiving the latest news about Saybrook University and upcoming events? If so, please be sure to update your information with the office of Advancement and Outreach. Send your updated contact information to [email protected].

Join the Saybrook University Alumni Affairs Facebook group for regular event invites and opportunities to connect with your Saybrook colleagues.

Getting Involved

Engagement Events & Meet-ups

Join Saybrook University’s President, Dr. Nathan Long, at one of our upcoming regional meet-up events.

RSVP to [email protected] by Friday, April 5, 2019 to attend. Details will be sent by email to those who RSVP.

Houston, TX Meet-up

  • Date & Time: Wednesday, April 17, 2019 12 PM

Did you miss us at our recent events in Chicago, Colorado, San Diego, Houston, Ashland, NYC, or the Bay Area? Don’t worry – there are more great regional meet-up events ahead! Check back for the schedule, and be sure to join the Alumni Affairs Facebook group to stay informed.

Alumni Council Charter Adopted – Seeking Co-Chairs

About the Alumni Council

The Alumni Council offers a vehicle for intellectual and social engagement for all Saybrook University alumni, inclusive of alumni from all previous iterations of the University and its educational partners, including: the Humanistic Psychology Institute; the Saybrook Graduate School and Research Center; and the Leadership Institute of Seattle. The council is designed by alumni, for alumni, and it is our intention that this body will provide the structure for lasting alumni engagement at Saybrook.

Please join us as we work to:

  • Connect alumni through regional gatherings for professional and social enrichment
  • Create a vehicle for alumni representation on Saybrook University committees
  • Build tradition through signature events and alumni representation at Residential Conferences
  • Provide a regular time & place for alumni to come together virtually

Join Us

The Alumni Council Charter was officially adopted on February 21st at the Spring meeting of the Board of Trustees. With the Council officially approved to move forward, we are now looking to elect our first set of Co-Chairs. As outlined in the elections procedures below, nominations must be made in person at the first meeting in April. We will hold three time blocks for nominations on Thursday, April 4th, to accept nominations.

Alumni Council Co-Chair Nomination Meetings

  • Thursday, April 4th
    • 9:00 – 10:00 AM PDT
    • 12:00 – 1:00 PM PDT
    • 5:30 – 6:30 PM PDT

GoToMeeting Call Info:

Charter Language on Elections

VII. Elections

A) Nominations: Co-Chair nominations are accepted at the first Regular Meeting in April each year. Any Voting Member of the Council may make a nomination, and names will be tracked by the Director of University Advancement & Outreach, or their designee. The Director, or their designee, will provide information about the nominations to all Voting Members two weeks prior to any election.

B) Elections: Elections shall be held in May each year, with newly elected officers beginning their term on June 1, coinciding with the start of the new fiscal year. Nominated Council Members shall present their platform at the first Regular Meeting in May, and Elections shall be decided by simple majority through a survey sent out by email to the roster of all Voting Members. The survey shall be sent within 48 hours of completion of the meeting, and shall remain open for five (5) business days.

2018 Commencement Ceremony Livestream

This year’s commencement ceremony was live-streamed, and you can still view the video here.

Alumni Ambassadors

Are you interested in connecting with prospective students virtually, or in-person at regional events and conferences? We are building an Alumni Ambassador program for just this purpose. Contact Anthony Molinar at [email protected] for details.

Alumni Council & Advisory Board

Are you ready to take your engagement to the next level? If you’re interested in serving as a leader for the alumni community, consider joining the Alumni Council & Advisory Board. Contact Anthony Molinar at [email protected] for more information.

Giving Back to Saybrook

Monetary Gifts

Gifts from alumni are a vital resource to Saybrook, and a wonderful way to help ensure access to our programs for future generations. If you would like to make a contribution to support new program development, scholarships for students, or simply help in whatever way is needed, please make an online donation here.

Alumni Legacy Scholarship Referrals

Aside from monetary gifts, one of the most impactful ways that you can give back to Saybrook is to recommend the next generation of practitioner-scholars and leaders to our institution. Our goal is to recruit exceptional students like you who will continue on the humanistic tradition of Saybrook while forging the pathway to innovation, transformation, and discovery.

Complete this short survey to refer a friend, family member, or colleague who is interested in learning more about our degree programs and if they enroll in one of our degree programs, they will receive a $1,000 Alumni Referral Scholarship for their first year in the program. The scholarship will be awarded in $500 installments over their first two semesters.


It’s of great importance for Saybrook to be able to track the success of our graduates. Periodically we ask graduates to take a very simple survey. The results of the survey will allow Saybrook to enhance and develop programs that will best serve you and our current students.

If you did not receive a survey this year, but would like to provide feedback on future alumni engagement initiatives, please contact Anthony Molinar at [email protected]


Anthony Molinar, Director of University Advancement & Outreach
[email protected]