University & Regional Events
Connect with fellow Spiders on campus and in your hometown - enjoy a wide variety of programming, including sporting events, networking receptions, cultural events and social gatherings.
The University has 45 regional alumni groups which plan events for alumni across the country and abroad. Connect with fellow Spiders in your area and take advantage of a wide variety of programming, including sporting events, networking receptions, cultural events, and social gatherings.
Presidential Welcome Receptions
The University of Richmond Alumni Association and regional host committees invite alumni and current parents to join us at a presidential welcome reception for Richmond’s 10th President, Ronald A. Crutcher.
Every five years, the University honors your graduating class with a long weekend of special events. Reunion is the perfect opportunity for you to catch up with old friends, and reminisce about your days at Richmond in the company of your former classmates. Return every five years to be reminded how far you have come.
Return to campus to celebrate Spider Football at Robins Stadium. The weekend’s schedule offers interesting and exciting programs, and most importantly, many opportunities to catch up with your Spider classmates and friends.
School of Law Events
Alumni are welcomed and encouraged to get involved in the life of the law school. We're always open to new ideas, but here are a few existing ways to get involved:
Join us for law alumni events in Richmond and across the country!
Alumni Event Hosts and Sponsors
Do you want to get together with other Richmond Law alumni in your area? Volunteer to host or sponsor an alumni event for the Law School. Contact us at email@example.com for more information.
Career Panels and Programs
Volunteer to participate on one of the many career panels or for programs coordinated by the Career Development Office. No matter your expertise, area, or career path, your advice can be valuable to our students. Register as a volunteer with CDO today!
The Career Development Office is always looking for volunteers to conduct mock interviews with students.Register as a CDO volunteer to participate.
The Law School hosts several competitions annually for students to practice their courtroom, client counseling, negotiation, and mediation skills. Check out the Law School calendar for upcoming competitions.