The Choice Is Yours. 

Participate.  Xavier welcomes contributions of time and talent as much as it does treasure. There are many opportunities to showcase your talents.  Each year the National Alumni Association and other groups around Xavier host a wide variety of events, from Reunion Weekend to Service Saturdays.  Register for an event, use your alumni benefits, volunteer your time.  You can find a complete list of the alumni chapters and contacts to begin participating right where you live.


Give a student the gift of your expertise - volunteer to be a mentor.  Xavier's nationally known Mentor Program has matched more than 2,150 students with experienced executives and career professionals.  Mentors act as a guide on the student's path to graduation and their career.  By donating just one hour of your time per month, you can change lives.  All you need is 5 years work experience post-bachelor degree and a desire to help.


Student internships are a great way to foster experiential learning.  Often, these lead to full-time employment following graduation, giving you a great pipeline to Xavier students. 

Hire A Muskie

Do you need a great employee?  You know what you're getting when you hire a Xavier student or graduate - someone like you, someone versed in ethics and philosophy and biology and business.


The Enrollment Ambassador program relies on alumni and parents of current Xavier students to assist the University's outreach efforts to high school seniors. Those contacted by ambassadors during our spring semester calling campaign are nearly twice as likely to attend Xavier as those who do not receive such personal attention.


Xavier creates a wide range of events throughout the course of a year and counts on single-event or long-term sponsorships by businesses to help defray the costs.  Being a sponsor is a win-win situation, creating a great event with major marketing opportunities.

Faith and Service

Continue the Xavier tradition of faith and service.  Xavier's students and alumni are actively engaged in the Greater Cincinnati community through seminars, service learning experiences or community service activities.