About the Carleton Clubs

What is a Carleton Club?

A Carleton Club is a geographically defined group of Carleton alumni, current students, parents, and friends of the College. Clubs range in size from thousands of people in major metropolitan areas like the Twin Cities, New York, or Chicago to a few hundred people spread throughout broader areas like New Mexico or Michigan.

What is the purpose of a Carleton Club?

Carleton Clubs exist to connect alumni, parents, and friends with each other and with the College. They provide social and educational programs, a forum for renewing old acquaintances and meeting new Carleton people, and opportunities for bringing news about Carleton to those who may not have visited the campus recently.

There are a number of volunteer groups that support the work of the College which may at times look to collaborate with Carleton Clubs to plan regional events:

Volunteering with Carleton Clubs

If you want to volunteer with your local Carleton Club, or start a new club, see our How to Get Involved page.