Lifelong connections and community
The Office of Alumni Relations is dedicated to strengthening lifelong connections to the college and among alumni so that the greater Eastern Nazarene College community may thrive spiritually, academically, and professionally, serving God and the world.
There are many opportunities for alumni to socialize, network, and volunteer, from reunions to service projects. Reunion weekend attracts alumni, family and friends from around the world. Dinners, theatrical productions, athletic events, chapel services, and forums are just a few ways alumni come together to reconnect with old friends, meet new friends, and celebrate their special connection with the college. Visit this page often for information on alumni events throughout the year. In addition to Homecoming in October, updates are provided on other events coordinated by alumni council members. Alumni are encouraged to host events in their communities to support our mission of building fellowship throughout the world. If you have an idea for an alumni event in your community, contact David Bergers at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The college is grateful to its community of alumni supporters who invest in our mission of making a transformational education accessible for all students, regardless of means. We invite all alumni to support us in providing a high quality liberal arts education that prepares the next generation of leaders for a life of service to God and neighbor. Alumni may visit the donation portal at donate.enc.edu to learn how their support is making an impact in the lives of students and ensuring a bright future for the college.
Read about the people who make our college such a special community in Eastern Nazarene Magazine, from stories about student achievements to reports on ground-breaking faculty research.
Keep in Touch
The Office of Alumni Relations is interested in hearing about the life events and achievements of our alumni. Please keep your information up to date with the Alumni Relations Office by visiting the Update Alumni Record Page and share your news with us by visiting the Contact Alumni Relations page or by emailing email@example.com. Our alumni are our best ambassadors. If you know of a prospective student who would contribute to the academic and spiritual life of our college, please contact Madison Flowers in Admissions at Madison.Flowers@enc.edu so we may reach out to the student personally. Our staff is happy to help you with any questions or concerns you might have regarding upcoming events, your alumni record or giving to the college. We enjoy hearing from our alumni and celebrating their successes. We look forward to connecting with you soon!
Members of the Alumni Association are all those who have attended Eastern Nazarene College, including the Adult and Graduate Studies program. Phi Delta Lambda is the international honor society of the colleges of the Church of the Nazarene. Membership in Phi Delta Lambda is comprised of the top 15% of the graduating class earning baccalaureate degrees from the traditional undergraduate program. It also includes the top 15% of the graduating class earning baccalaureate degrees from the Adult and Graduate Studies program. Graduates must have earned a minimum 3.5 cumulative grade point average in order to be inducted into Phi Delta Lambda.
To nominate an alumnus for an award, please visit the Alumni Award Nomination page.