Since Florida Institute of Technology was established in 1958, more than 60,000 students have graduated from our university. Our alumni live in all 50 states and in over 80 countries. They include a wide variety of professionals in engineering, science, business, aviation, psychology, communication and the humanities.
The goal of Florida Tech's Alumni Association is to promote a lifelong relationship of mutual benefits and support for both the university and its alumni. All students who graduate from Florida Tech (or have the equivalent of one year of completed course work) are eligible for membership. If you do not already have your membership card, contact the Alumni Affairs Office for details.
The Alumni Association is managed by a board of directors, composed of alumni who represent various university constituencies and geographical areas. All association members in good standing are eligible to be considered for appointment to the board. The Alumni Board meets semi-annually, once in the spring and once in the fall during Homecoming.
The Alumni Center serves as the headquarters for the Office of Alumni Affairs and the Alumni Association.
Located on Country Club Road across from Roberts Hall, construction is underway, creating a net-zero energy structure complete with conference and gathering spaces, also serving as a learning center for energy-efficient renovations in commercial construction.
Our temporary location is 3004 S. Country Club Road - stop in to get a day pass for parking, access to Clemente Center, and Evans Library.
The Alumni Center is staffed from 8:00 am - 5:00 pm, Monday through Friday.