As Cleary University alumni – 21,000 strong – you are part of a successful family of business professionals and we encourage you to keep in touch, to stay involved, and to give back to your alma mater.
Keep in Touch
The Alumni Office is always happy to hear news about you and your life, your career, and your successes while Cleary University’s friends, faculty, and staff enjoy staying in touch with past students.
Please join the Cleary University Alumni LinkedIn page to maximize your networking opportunities. Additionally, please “like” the Cleary University Alumni Association Facebook Page to stay up to date on the happenings at your alma mater.
To update your contact information, email email@example.com.
Request Records and Transcripts
Need copies of your Cleary records and transcripts? Please contact the Records Office at 800.686.1883 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Whether it’s mentoring or recruiting students, planning your class reunion, participating in the Alumni Association, or inspiring fellow alumni to make gifts, if you have time, talent, and energy to devote to your alma mater, there are many ways to stay active and involved with Cleary University:
- Serving on the Alumni Association
- Mentoring or tutoring a student
- Volunteering for an event
- Hiring students or alumni for internships or jobs
- Recruiting new Cleary University students
Alumni Tuition Grants
Any Cleary University MBA or BBA graduates in good standing (both financially and academically) who have completed all requirements for their degree are eligible to receive a two-thirds tuition grant (67%) off additional classes of equal degree level. Students are expected to pay the remaining tuition and fees at the point of registration or they can opt to utilize the Cleary University installment plan. Students must maintain a 2.0 GPA (2.5 GPA for traditional students) and successfully complete the term. Alumni grants will be removed in cases where student withdraws or fails the class.
In addition, dependents of Cleary University graduates are eligible to receive a 20 percent grant toward tuition in a degree-seeking program.
Contact Admissions for more information.