Your membership in the SOU Alumni Association strengthens our university and your connection is crucial to the success of our students. Our Raider family network is a growing and powerful resource that’s helping alumni, including our recent graduates. Career-oriented, real-world stories are invaluable assets for our current students and remember, the more we’re linked, the stronger we become. Please join Rocky today. It only takes a minute and it’s FREE!
Your Membership Matters!
Membership in the Alumni Association is free. If it’s free, why do you have to join? Because we may not have your contact information and by joining, this is a great way to stay connected. Simply click the “Join Now” button, provide the information and we will send you a digital membership card via email so you can enjoy our benefits and discounts, help a growing network and strengthen our university!
The SOU Alumni Association is proud to partner with local, state and national companies and organizations to bring our members wonderful benefits including discounts on a variety of services.
Additionally, as a member, you will receive invitations to special events on and off campus, you’ll receive a digital membership card and our magazine, The Raider, will come your way twice per year. Please join today!
Message from the Alumni Director
Dear fellow Raider alums,
Since our alumni board of directors voted to eliminate the dues-paying program early summer of 2018, we’ve increased membership and connections exponentially! Your membership strengthens our university, builds momentum and your connection is crucial to the success of our students. Our Raider family network is a growing and powerful resource that’s helping alumni, including our recent graduates. Career-oriented, real-world stories are invaluable assets for our current students and remember, the more we’re linked, the stronger we become. Please join your fellow Raiders via this link. It only takes a minute and it’s FREE!
Mike Beagle ’85
President Greg Roe ’95
Boys and Girls Club of the Rogue Valley
Grants Pass, OR
Kacie Ryan ’07
Gig Harbor, WA
Dr. Erim Gomez ’07
University of Montana
Sarah Heiken ’00
Human Resources Director
Coming Attractions Theaters
Secretary Brandi Jo Moles ’07
Child Welfare Specialist
State of Oregon
Ed Nishioka ’85
Director of Development, Boy Scouts of America – Aloha Council
Lauren Makahanaloa ’21
Graduate Student, University of Western States
Lauren Alvermann ’18
Senior Advertising Manager Zwift
Los Angeles, CA
Stephen Bouck ’82 & MBA ’84
President, Solution Synergy, LLC
Ra Sjeon Hines ’14
Marketing Manager, Pacific Gas & Electric
Tasi Pereira ’25
SOU Honors Student
Leloaloa, American Samoa
Alyssa Fielding ’15
Assistant District Attorney, Alameda County