You are students for just four years, but you are alumni for a lifetime. Welcome to the alumni family!
Information for Recent Graduates
When you know your physical address–even if that address is temporary–fill out this brief contact form. We need your exact mailing address to identify your regional chapter, which hosts events and activities. We also want to make sure that you receive a copy of our print magazine, the Davidson Journal. Unless you have updated your information with us, we have the home address that you listed when you entered Davidson on record.
Most event invitations and other college communications will go to your preferred email address. Davidson will use the email addresses that we collected from you at Senior Celebration, Senior Salute, and/or the First-Destination Survey to communicate with you following graduation. If you have not given Davidson a preferred email address, correspondence will go to your davidson.edu email address. You can update your information at any time using our contact information form. This information will also be available in the alumni directory within the Online Community, which fellow alumni may use to get in touch with you.
Email & Data Access
Review Technology & Innovation (formerly ITS) information on Departing the College to learn more about your davidson.edu email address and files.
Career Development Support and First-Destination Survey
Center for Career Development resources are still available to alumni. You can make an appointment with a career adviser using Handshake Appointments. If you have secured your first opportunity out of Davidson, please fill out the First-Destination Survey. If you would like to access Handshake or the Davidson Career Advisor Network (DCAN), you will have continued access with your current davidson.edu email address for approximately one year after graduation.
Note that you will only have automatic access to DCAN as an advisee; if you would like to register as an advisor, do so directly on DCAN by selecting the Give Advice option.