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While you may have left the main campus far behind, know that there are many ways to stay connected to your alma mater (social mediaMadison UpdatesJMU Online Community). Or find JMU Alumni Chapters close to you and connect with fellow alumni! 

Our office is looking to staying in touch with you to share your perspectives, experiences and advice to our prospective new and current students along with our future and current alumni wherever you are located in the world.

For more information and assistance, contact ISSS.

Get Involved

For the hundreds of international alumni living in the U.S. and over 50 countries worldwide, there are opportunities to get involved no matter where you are. Here are some of the ways for you to be involved:

Stay in touch

 Ardak Kaskirbay '09 shares his JMU experience.

  • Do you need a copy of your transcript? Go to the Registrar’s website and they will send it to the address of your choice (even abroad).
  • Are you looking for a job or would you like to relocate? No matter whether you are a recent or a long time alumni, take advantage of the many resources found on GoinGlobal. Use your JMU eID to access a job search engine, as well as many tips to help you find jobs, places to network and learn about the immigration process and professional etiquettes in the specific country in question you plan to relocate.
  • Are you ready to re-adjust to your home culture? Returning home after an extended period in the U.S. can be a big adjustment for your work, faith and social life. Take some time to prepare yourself for this adjustment.

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