men and women who have completed their studies, esp. at a college or university: Alumni can be used to refer to men only, and in that case alumnae is used to refer to women only, but more often alumni is used to refer to either or both sexes where both attend the same school. The singular forms are alumnus for a man, and alumna for a woman.An alumnus is a graduate of a school, such as a high school or university. The plural of alumnus is alumni (which follows the plural ending construction used in other Latin-derived words, like stimulus and stimuli).Alumni are an integral part of a university community and are true advocates for student success. Who is Considered an Alum? As a graduate, you become a part of the student alumni association for your university. An alumni association brings former students together to maintain a connection with their university and fellow graduates. What is an alumni.
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