Alumni

There Are Many Ways To Get Involved

We’re excited that you want to be involved with the Heritage community! We offer many ways to be involved and varying commitment levels. We hope you’ll explore our programs and become a part of the community!

One of the best ways to be a part of the Heritage community is to make a donation today. Your gift makes a difference and transforms the lives our students, their families and our communities.

For more information, contact advancement@heritage.edu, call (509) 865-8587 or visit our Giving section.

Becoming an alumni mentor is an incredibly rewarding way to be involved with our Heritage community! No one is better fit to guide a student in their academic journey than you — an alum who has walked in their shoes.

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Graduation Class of 2017

Do you know a student who would be a great addition to our Heritage community? Our graduates are some of the best recruiters for future generations of Heritage Eagles, and we would love the chance to get to know the students that you recommend.

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Incoming Freshmen Students

Keep in touch with fellow Eagles at one of our many exciting alumni events. From baseball games and concerts to brewery tours and family-friendly activities, we’re making it easy to find your classmates and make new friends at our Heritage-hosted events.

Alumni Resources

Need a copy of your transcript? Looking for information on how to pay back student loans? We’re here to help you!

The best ways to be a part of the Heritage

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Violet Lumley Rau Alumni Award

The Outstanding Alumnus Award was established at one of the first commencements of Heritage University. This award is bestowed annually to two alumni (graduate and undergraduate) who embody the ideals of the University in their personal, professional and community lives.

Alumni Legacy Walk

The Alumni Legacy Walk is made up of individual bricks each engraved with the name of an alum along with his or her major and graduation year. Your brick will be placed in a collection of those bearing the names of other graduates from your class.