Alumni & Giving

Welcome back. Whenever you graduated, you will surely recall that Peace always felt like family. That hasn’t changed, and we intend to make sure it never will.

Our success as an institution has always been rooted in the strength of our community. As an integral part of that community, we invite you to stay informed, involved and connected to both WPU and one another.

Alumni Happenings at Peace

Listen to Dr. Brian Ralph present strategic initiatives and university goals to WPU alumni, faculty and staff members

Events
Join us for our 1857 Mixer on Feb. 28, 2017 at 5:30 p.m. at Oak & Dagger Public House in Seaboard Station.
Events
WPU will celebrate Founder's Day with cake on the front lawn on March 17, 2017.
Main Building was constructed in 1857

Why Give to WPU?

“I give back to WPU because it’s important for me to connect with the students and faculty/staff. It makes me feel like a piece of home is always with me. I also really enjoy building those bonds with other alumni that will last a lifetime.”

Kirsten Jarrell Benzaquen ’11

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Get Involved

We’re proud that our alumni play an active role in just about every facet of WPU today. Won’t you consider applying your talents, your time or your attention toward helping us fulfill our mission? The opportunities to get involved are many and varied.

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Giving

Preparing students for careers in the organizations of tomorrow means we always need to be growing, innovating and moving forward. We couldn’t do it without you. Please consider making a gift to WPU.

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“I am thrilled to officially be a part of the Peace family, and I look forward to helping this great institution continue to grow and prosper.”

Brian C. Ralph, Ph.D.
President, William Peace University

Exploring the Archives

Explore digitized copies of our yearbook, “The Lotus”-now available online for class years 1902 through 2010, with recent years forthcoming!

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