Alumni & Post-Grads

Location
Washington, DC
Undergrads
6,270
Tuition
$22,683
Admission Difficulty
Average
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Alumni & Post-Grads

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Alumni Office
Department of Alumni Relations
2225 Georgia Ave. NW, Room 918
Phone: (202) 806-5857
howardalumni@howard.edu
www.howard.edu/alumni
Alumni Services
  • Car rental discounts
  • Hotel discounts
  • Library privileges
  • University bookstore discounts
  • Use of specific University facilities
Alumni Publications
  • CapstoneOnline, Howard's official bi-monthly alumni e-newsletter, features news about and for the administration, alumni, students, and faculty.
  • Howard Magazine, published three times annually, showcases newsworthy information about the University's academic programs, faculty research activities, and corporate partnerships and outlines faculty, student, and alumni accomplishments.
Major Alumni Events
There are always alumni events going on around campus. Generally, there are various ceremonies held for alumni. Also, there are opportunities for alumni to come together during various sporting events, homecoming, and convocation.
Famous Alumni
  • Debbie Allen (Class of '71) – dancer, choreographer, director, and actress
  • Dr. Ossie Davis (Class of '39) – producer, director, actor; starred in the Sidney Poitier film "No Way Out"
  • Zora Neale Hurston (Class of '25) – author during the Harlem Renaissance; best known for the novel "Their Eyes Were Watching God"
  • Thurgood Marshall (Classes of '33, '47, '54) – first African American U.S. Supreme Court justice
  • Richard Parsons (Class of '71) – president of AOL/Time Warner
  • Phylicia Rashad (Class of '70) – actress; best known for her role as Claire Huxtable in the 1980s television series "The Cosby Show"
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