Services and Benefits
Lifetime membership in the Lewis & Clark College Alumni Association is automatic upon graduating from L&C. There are no dues to pay or forms to fill out, and there are many benefits, including:
If you would like an alumni card when you are on campus, to access athletics facilities, library, and get a bookstore discount, please stop by the Alumni Gatehouse, located at the entrance to campus by Campus Safety and Information. The Gatehouse is open Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Contact the Alumni Office at 503-768-7950 or firstname.lastname@example.org to get your alumni card mailed to you prior to your arrival to campus, if you won’t be here during our open hours.
Alumni Directory - myLC
Log on to the Alumni Directory with your own unique password to update your information and search for classmates. If you do not have your login and password, or if you have forgotten them, use the automated system to send you a link to reset.
Alumni can use the College’s athletic facilities including Pamplin Sports Center, Zehntbauer Swimming Pavilion, outdoor pool, track, and tennis courts, during recreational hours free of charge by presenting their alumni card. Alumni dependents may also use sports facilities when accompanied by an alum — the alum must go in person to the Athletic Office in Pamplin with their alumni card and purchase a card for each dependent ($35 per year).
A 10-percent discount on many items at the College Bookstore with your alumni card. Discount does not apply to online purchases.
Campus and Regional Events
Free or reduced admission is available to alumni for many athletic events, cultural events, symposia, and lectures on campus. For information on current campus events call the campus events hotline: 503-768-7965 or view the campus calendar. Special alumni events take place on campus and around the world. Check out our current alumni events schedule.
The L&C career services department can offer you services, or you can offer them yours! The for-you services include advising, workshops, and the L&C Network - a network of parent and alumni career advisors on the web.
To offer your services to career advising, from hosting students at your work, to holding mock interviews, to setting up your company with wonderful interns from L&C, please visit this page. Questions? - contact the Center for Career and Community Engagement at 503-768-7114
The Lewis & Clark College Chronicle is published three times a year. Let us know what is happening in your life, and we will include your news in the Class Notes section of the Chronicle. You can also view the Chronicle online.
Graduating seniors may keep their student email accounts for up to one year following graduation. Additionally, all alumni have been assigned a lifetime forwarding email address. Please contact the Alumni Office to get yours!
Lewis & Clark College has teamed up with SALT to help alumni manage money and student loans. This is a free benefit that extends to all students and alumni.
SALT was created by American Student Assistance, a nonprofit organization. Activating your SALT membership allows you take advantage of many features:
- Use interactive tools to get money savvy.
- Search for scholarships, internships, and jobs.
- Manage all your student loans in one place.
- Get advice from expert student loan counselors.
L&C Insider electronic newsletter
The monthly alumni e-newslettter is filled with the latest Lewis & Clark news and events that are of interest to alumni, parents, and friends of the campus community.
Alumni retain borrowing privileges at the Aubrey Watzek Library (excluding inter-library loan system, Summit, remote access to research databases and the Boley Law Library). Alumni are always welcome to come back to Watzek and make use of our computers and print resources. Read more about alumni use of the library here.
Graduated students and retired faculty are allowed life-long access to a RefWorks account, free of charge, for as long as Lewis & Clark subscribes to this online citation management software. In order to continue an existing account, or create a new one, alumni and retired faculty should request the Lewis & Clark Group Code by sending an email to email@example.com. After obtaining the Group Code, graduates should then change their individual user type to “alumni”.
Looking to get in touch with alumni in your area? Sign up for an Alumni Chapter. You’ll receive information about regional alumni gatherings and local alumni.
Wireless Internet Access on Campus
Other Campus Resources for Alumni
Looking for a copy of your college transcript or trying to find an email address for your favorite former professor? Here are some links to help you find what you’re looking for.
- To order a transcript or a copy of your diploma, contact the Registrar’s Office
- For help locating a current staff or faculty member, try the online campus directory.
- Looking for sports information? Visit the Athletics site.
- For information about loans and scholarships or to post a part-time job for L&C students, go to the Student Financial Services site.
- Find out about long term plans for the campus and the College’s sustainable development initiatives by visiting the Campus Planning site.
- Recommend a future Pio! Be sure to fill out the Future Pio Referral Form.
Are you an alum?
If you received a degree from Lewis & Clark College, Lewis & Clark Graduate School, or Lewis & Clark Law School you are an alum of the College. Those who attended Lewis & Clark College for at least two semesters or three quarters as a degree seeking candidate are considered an alum at their request.
Find out where in the world L&C Alumni are.
Here are some useful links for planning your visit:
Looking for the latest College news and events?
Use these links to find more information:
Visit the web site for alumni of the Graduate School.
Visit the web site for alumni of the Law School.