You've got questions?
We've got answers.
How do I activate my membership?
There are two ways to activate your membership:
1. Download the FREE KU Alumni mobile app and register using your KU ID number.
2. Complete the online activation form.
What do I get when I join?
SAN members receive special opportunities throughout the year, with free food at nearly every event.
Build your personal and professional network with the Jayhawk Career Network. That internship and job are just around the corner; Jayhawks like to hire other Jayhawks.
Take part in social activities and community service with a diverse group of students.
Enjoy great discounts at the KU Bookstore, local Lawrence businesses and national chains.
Free mobile app to keep KU and the Student Alumni Network in the palm of your hand. Keep an eye out for the Free Food Finder, coming soon!
Develop your leadership skills with the Student Alumni Leadership Board.
How do I show I'm a member at SAN events?
Some events may require you to show you’re a SAN member. Either show us your member card through the KU Alumni mobile app, or pull up your Alumni ID located at the bottom of any SAN eNews in your inbox.
How do I find out about upcoming events?
There’s always something going on! Find out what’s happening through our SAN eNews, social media, and the event calendar on our website.
How do I get my event on the SAN calendar?
We love hearing about what's happening on campus. If your department, club or student organization has an event you want to promote, email Megan McGinnis, Assistant Director of Student Programs at email@example.com.
What happens when I graduate?
While you won’t be a member of SAN anymore, your graduation gift is a one-year membership in the KU Alumni Association, compliments of KU Endowment and the Association. You don’t need to do anything except make sure we have the correct mailing and email addresses on file for you!
Membership is free? What's the catch?
There's no catch. Membership to the Student Alumni Network is free thanks to the generous support of KU Endowment.