There are many ways for you to stay connected! With the help of alumni, family, and friend volunteers, we are building robust alumni networks across interests, industries, and locations around the world. The Rhodes College community is encouraged to attend our networking receptions, assistant with fundraising, participate in Admissions, mentoring and career development initiatives, and join us on social media. We look forward to seeing you soon!
Rhodes College depends heavily on input and contributions from parents to maintain the excellence of its programs. The Parent Council is comprised of 70-80 households who are members of The Charles E. Diehl Society or The Red and Black Society.
The Rhodes G.O.L.D. Council will serve as an advisory board on how to engage young alumni in the life of Rhodes College, from prospective student recruitment, to engagement with current students, to post-graduation participation. The Council will consist of representatives from classes who have graduated in the past 10 years to ensure these alumni will have a stronger voice in the Rhodes College community.
The Meeman Center for Lifelong Learning has fulfilled Rhodes’ commitment to learning as a lifelong process by engaging adults from the Mid-South and beyond in liberal education. Meeman Center promotes personal and professional development to individuals and businesses through programs, courses and trips distinguished by their academic excellence.
As you navigate the links in this section, you will find all of the pertinent information regarding Baccalaureate and Commencement.
Thank you for your interest in getting involved with Rhodes College. Without the generosity of our volunteers, it would not be possible to fulfill our mission. There are opportunities to help plan alumni events in your area, talk to prospective students, provide mentorship and shadowing opportunities for current students and recent alums, help with fundraising efforts, and so much more.