eVersity Alumni

We want your help

Watch Michael Moore, Ph.D., chief academic/operating officer at eVersity, tell you about how you can stay involved and be a proud member of the eVersity Alumni Association.

Become a member

By now, you know we like to make things easy. By signing up for our free alumni newsletter, you’ll also become a member

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Commit to Growing With Us


By now, you know we like to make things easy. By signing up for our free alumni newsletter, you'll also become a member.


We like to let our students do the talking for us. You all are the ones with the inspirational stories and tenacious grit, so let us tell your story to help inspire potential students.


Did you know we have micro internships available that can be done remotely? Explore opportunities for growth in your field through our partnership with Parker-Dewey.


Give back by volunteering to be an eVersity Ambassador. Make yourself available to help guide potential eVersity students through the process of applying and enrolling.


Have ideas of ways we can grow our alumni effort? Share them with us and become a part of the eVersity team. We'd love the feedback and thoughts from our brilliant graduates.


Are you a LinkedIn networker? Follow our new eVersity Alumni page and stay in touch with fellow graduates. Keep us informed about your career and show off your alma mater.

Give back: Join a pac

Now that you’re a graduate and you’re putting your hard-earned degree to use, consider joining eVersity’s Program Advisory Council (PAC) within your former degree program. The PACs meet a couple of times annually by phone or Zoom to offer us feedback on how to improve eVersity. We are especially interested in how our curriculum should be changed and made more impactful for our current students. Help us help our students by providing your insight.

It’s as simple as sending us an email to let us know you’re interested and providing your resume. You can do that by sending an email to alumni@eVersity.edu. We look forward to hearing from you.

not your average joe

“A lot of (finishing my degree) was personal in that it’s something I always wanted to attain, but it serves me professionally, as well. It will make me more marketable in the future. — Joe Traylor, eVersity Alum