Black Alumni Network
VISION: To foster continued service and engagement with Black alumni, to cultivate a community for social, personal, and professional development, and to enhance the Black student experience at the University of New Haven. The vision for the BAN involves three key concepts: community, engagement, and development.
- Community – Creating a sense community amongst the network members, grow and keep in contact through various platforms
- Engagement – Participation in campus programs, alumni events, community service events
- Development – Career opportunities, professional development, mentoring of current students, partnerships, fundraising
University staff liaisons from key departments are integral parts of the Network to serve as resources and help to align committee and Network goals with University goals. These departments include Myatt Center, Admissions, Student Services, and Career Development.
News & Updates
The University’s Black Alumni Network endeavors to foster a supportive community and opportunities such as professional development and community service for alumni as well as current students. Read More
On Saturday, April 17, as part of the Black Alumni Network launch, the Myatt Center for Diversity and Inclusion shared its strategic plan. If you are interested in getting involved with any Myatt Center initiatives, visit their webpage here.
Our vision is to foster continued service and engagement with Black alumni, to cultivate a community for social, personal, and professional development, and to enhance the Black student experience at the University of New Haven. This presentation was shared during the Black Alumni Network Launch celebration.