Alumni Association

Currently, we have just over 10,000 living alumni who live in every state in the United States and in many countries around the world. We represent every imaginable career, and are especially known as loyal community volunteers. 

 

E&H Alumni Board member, Eric Scott, greets new students and families on Move-In Day (2018)E&H Alumni Board member, Eric Scott, greets new students and families on Move-In Day (2018)The E&H Alumni Association Board of Directors

The Alumni Association Board of Directors is comprised of alumni who represent a range of geographic areas and a range of class years. They are dedicated volunteers who support the college through service and gifts. They represent a variety of geographic locations and class years.

Alumni Board of Directors Members

E&H campus gates on a foggy morning.Looking for a little E&H alumni trivia?

The beautiful Alumni Plaza in the middle of campus is a great place to read a few stories about E&H alumni, but those are just the tip of the iceberg! Read on to hear about a few more alumni. And make suggestions for other stories that ought to be on this list!

Here are a few fun stories…

 

 

 
 
Fall foliage in front of Byars Hall 2016
The Alma Mater: Hail, Emory!
Across the hills of old Virginia
There comes a melody divine;
It fills our hearts with eager longing,
And sweetest mem’ries there entwine.

It brings the thought of alma mater,
And friends we love so true.
So now we’re singing, voices ringing,
Love we’re bringing you.

Rah, Rah, Rah!
Hail, Em’ry! Hail, Em’ry!
Hail blue and gold! True as of old!
Hail, Em’ry! Hail, Em’ry!
Hail to old E.H.C.!
By J.A. Morrow, 
E&H Class of 1916
 
Old School Fandom! Eric Smith at the E&H vs. Guilford Football game.The E&H Fight Song

We’re Emory Born and Emory Bred,
and when we die, we’ll be Emory dead.
So rah, rah for Emory & Henry,
rah, rah for Emory & Henry,
rah, rah for Emory,
rah, rah, rah!

The blue and gold will reign on high.
We’ll win this game tonight or die.
So rah, rah for Emory & Henry,
rah, rah for Emory & Henry,
rah, rah for Emory,
rah, rah, rah!