Exciting Updates to Woodberry Connect

Woodberry Connect, our alumni networking platform, has made some changes in recent months. We hope these will help make the platform an even more valuable resource to the nearly 1,400 Tigers who are already using Woodberry Connect, as well as to the alumni who are joining every day. 

Perhaps the biggest change is a new app, available both for Android/Google and for Apple. A guide for using both apps is available here.

Another change that we will roll out in the coming months is the return of the alumni locator map that lets you zoom to a region and see a list of all alumni who live in that area. Until the map goes live, you can always create regional groups. Many classes have also created stand-alone groups so they can more easily stay in touch with classmates.

If you have any questions about Woodberry Connect please contact Ed Stone, director of the Amici Fund and alumni relations, at
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