Please refer to our FAQ for answers to important questions

What is a free speech Alumni Group?

It is a group of alumni and other volunteers dedicated to preserving free speech, academic freedom, and viewpoint diversity.

What do I have to do?

As alumni, we have the power to influence our alma mater for the better. By joining the movement, you have an opportunity to meet with administrators and trustees to discuss ways to preserve free speech on campus. It may seem difficult, but we have resources to help! We also plan to host events, virtually and on campus, to connect with like-minded students, faculty, administrators, and alumni. Our group will also host meetings using Zoom to connect with one another and discuss strategies for growing our positive influence.

I'm not an alum. Can I still join?

Yes! Students, parents, alumni, faculty, staff, and other members of the community can join. 

What do Alumni Groups do?

Alumni Groups consist of like-minded individuals who want to influence their alma maters for the better. These groups send out newsletters, hold meetings, work with students to host events on campus, and meet with administrators to advocate for the adoption of free speech policies on campus.

How can I get involved if I have limited time?

We hope you can attend our meetings and events, but we understand that people are busy. Subscribe to our newsletter to hear more about our work.

How much does it cost?

It’s free to join!