Graduation marks an exciting time for our students! When you cross the stage, you become a part of a beautiful and support community of Black Stanford Alumni. Below are ways you can stay connected to the Black House, and we can stay connected to you!
Alumni Engagement Committee
Our Alumni Engagement Committee provides day of support for Reunion / Homecoming weekend, plans our NIA Series, and produces our yearly Alumni newsletter. Email email@example.com if you want to collaborate with our Alumni Engagement Committee on future events.
We are fortunate to have a great working relationship with the Stanford National Black Alumni Association (SNBAA) to continue to bring creative ways for alumni engagement. Some of the ways alumni connect with current students include hosting workshops on their passions and careers, organizing site visits of their work spaces, connecting with students who reach out for academic and career advice.
Our Multicultural Alumni Hall Of Fame celebrates the achievements of an alum who continues to do incredible work in their respective fields and within the Stanford community. Click here to see our list of inductees.
Ira D. Hall Service Award (2022 Recipient: Maya Humes, B.A. Class of 2014)
Selected by the Black Community Services Center in consultation with Stanford Black Alumni, this award is presented to a Stanford alumnus under 30 years old, who has shown extraordinary commitment to social justice, community organizing, and public service in a local, national, and / or global context. This award is named after Ira D. Hall, a Trustee Emeritus of Stanford University and presented at our annual Academic Community Awards.