Office of Alumni Relations
AUC ALUMNI ASSOCIATION
American University of the Caribbean School of Medicine is proud to have more than 7,500 alumni all over the United States, Canada, and beyond. They are chief residents, department chairs, program directors, researchers, entrepreneurs, and community advocates.
Lead of Alumni Relations
Our Office of Alumni Relations strives to foster connections between alumni and the university by:
- Offering access and support
- Sponsoring academic programs and social events
- Providing our alumni with news, events, and connections to former classmates
- Fostering alumni involvement
We are also committed to engaging graduates in many meaningful ways. You can reconnect with former classmates—and have a great time doing so—by attending any one of our regional or national events. Our office often sponsors receptions at large professional medical meetings and we hold family-friendly events and networking activities throughout the year. Check out the Events section of this webpage for all upcoming opportunities.
Alumni interested in serving as mentors to current and future students, or who desire to participate in national outreach efforts, can do so through our Office of Alumni Relations. We are always looking for alumni to participate in our Physician Match Advisor program which helps graduating students prepare for the residency match.
EVENTS AND OPPORTUNITIES
Care for Caregivers
COVIDSitters: Students at AUC and medical schools across the country are helping healthcare providers who need help managing their household while serving on the front lines during the COVID-19 pandemic. Assistance can include childcare, pet care, and errands such as pharmacy pickup or grocery shopping. COVIDSitters currently has chapters in several U.S. cities including Bakersfield, CA, Chicago, Miami, New York, and Pittsburgh. Learn more
AUC COVID Volunteers: AUC students have been organizing PPE donations, meal orders and deliveries, blood drives, childcare, and mental health resources through the student-run AUC COVID Volunteers group. You can learn more and request support by filling out this form.
Care For Caregivers Discounts: AUC students have partnered with our parent company, Adtalem Global Education, to inventory discounts and free services available to healthcare workers. Head to the Care For Caregivers website to take advantage of national discounts on food, clothing, professional services and more. You can also request a complimentary care package for your department and coworkers as a token of our appreciation. Check out the discounts
Tuition Savings for Chamberlain’s MPH Degree Program: For those interested in public health and are looking to grow their knowledge base, we’re sharing an opportunity to help support your goals. Chamberlain University (CU) is offering a tuition grant for eligible students in their Master of Public Health (MPH) degree program and public health certificate programs. This benefit represents a 30% savings in tuition, up to $6,930, and waived application fee for those who would like to enroll in the September 2020 or November 2020 sessions.
The rate will be good for the duration of enrollment in CU’s MPH degree program or public health certificate programs. The availability of this tuition grant for new students will be evaluated each session. If you have any questions, please contact CU’s Admission team at 888.556.8226 or CUAdmissions@chamberlain.edu.