Membership is simply the best way to stay connected to UTEP!
The UTEP Alumni Association is a non-profit organization offering members a variety of ways to stay connected, as well as tangible benefits they can capitalize on. Members are at the heart of the organization, which is dedicated to cultivating pride in the University and connecting alumni, students, parents, faculty/staff and the community (both locally and globally) to UTEP.
By connecting the Miner community, the Association strengthens the alumni foundation and the future of UTEP. When members participate, they help maintain academic excellence, promote pride and loyalty, and protect the value of a UTEP degree.
||Recent graduates, secure your membership now! $20 is less than dinner and a movie!|
Need more reasons to join?
Be as proud of your alma mater as we are of you! Take advantage of the opportunities we work hard to give you and stay connected with UTEP Miners worldwide.
Members can receive price breaks on season tickets, join the newly-renovated Swimming and Fitness Center, and more!
Meet Miners in your area or who share common interests. A network of academic and regional alumni chapters makes the world a smaller place.
Network personally and professionally with Miners through, the Miner Mentor Program, UTEP Career Services and events hosted by your chapter.
Manage your job search through a subscription to the UTEP Job Mine, UTEP’s official online job service exclusive to current students and alumni.
Get a 20% discount on logo merchandise at the UTEP Bookstore. Receive discounts off local apartment communities and enjoy up to 50% off nationwide retailers.
Explore the world on domestic and international voyages with fellow Miners. Travel packages are secured for members of the Association with selections ranging from economical to luxury with Movin’ Miners Travel.
Alumni Scholarships awards thousands annually in merit- and need-based scholarships to UTEP students. Our affinity partners provide alumni opportunities to save money while also raising money for the Association’s oldest program: scholarships.