At Western Carolina University, we know that a university isn't just a place, it's a community. A community that's built from and defined by the people who call Western Carolina home, first as students and then as alumni. Our Alumni Association fosters a lifelong connection to WCU through programs and services so that no matter where you are, you'll always have a home in Cullowhee.
Whether you come home to Cullowhee for Homecoming Week or the Purple and Gold Reunion, or attend a locally hosted event near you, there are many ways to get invovled.Learn More
Our clubs and societies provide unique opportunities to reconnect with alumni in your area, from your program or with your specific interests. Explore all ways you can stay connected.Learn More
We're always looking to connect with alumni and share their story. Showcases Catamounts in the wild, discover what our alumni are up to from across the region, state, nation and even around the world.Learn More
Western Carolina University alumni Jane and Ken Teasley readily agree they are products of their respective environments, and that has made all the difference in their lives.
Brett Miller became addicted to golf because he was good at baseball. That’s the long and short of it. If he could blast a baseball – a moving target – then surely he could hit a stationery ball