As a West Coast University alumnus or alumna, you are automatically a member of the WCU Alumni Network. Since its inception in 1909, WCU has graduated over 20,000 alumni who have subsequently spread across the globe.
We hope you will be a prideful member of #WCUAlumni and stay in touch where ever your successful career takes you. The WCU Alumni Network’s goal is to provide you with opportunities to make new WCU friends, stay in touch with classmates, and keep your connections to the university. Please make sure to update your current information on our Alumni Portal along with sharing your story.
West Coast University Alumni Network provides members with exclusive perks and over $4,500 in savings on everything from pizza and the zoo, to movie tickets, oil changes, hotels, and car rentals!
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Sign up with our alumni network portal to stay connected with fellow classmates and make new connections. Take advantage of the interactive mapping features to see where your classmates and alumni friends are. Be a mentor to students or other alumni and much more.
As a West Coast University graduate, you are able to qualify for a 15% Alumni Pathway Grant to WCU’s online programs. We have structured our online programs to fit the busy lifestyles of working professionals with all coursework done online via our interactive online classroom.
West Coast University graduates from across the country gathered this December to recognize all of the contributions WCU Alumni have made during the 2018 school year. Since its founding in 2016, the WCU Alumni Network has grown steadily to a community of more than 4,000 students, alumni and supporters. This expansive network has helped raise funds...
WCU’s Alumni Network held its first chapter installation on November 2nd. Alumni, students, faculty and guests all gathered at Venetian Terrace to celebrate the inaugural event. The chapter is located in the Dallas and Fort Worth areas and is dedicated to hosting events, providing support, and connecting alumni with current students. The...
Being a human nurse was not always what Brittany Ayers had in mind when she started working in the medical field. “I didn’t always want to be a nurse. I started off as an animal technician,” Ayers said. “But after becoming an LVN (licensed vocational nurse) in the military I kept working with humans and here I am today!” Ayers...