Get Involved

After graduation, there remain a variety of opportunities for alumni to further their relationships with their classmates, stay up to date on current life at 84th St, and help serve our broader mission for future generations. Scroll through to see how you can get involved!

Class Representatives

Each class features a select number of volunteer leaders to serve as Class Correspondents (CCs) and Class Fund Chairs (CFCs). Class Correspondents work closely with the Alumni Office to collect news, life updates, and other stories from their classmates for publication in the “Prowlings” section of the Regis Magazine. Class Fund Chairs coordinate with the Annual Fund team to organize fundraising efforts for the class throughout the year and at major giving periods (i.e. Giving Weekend, Young Alumni Challenge, End of Fiscal Year).

You can locate your Class Correspondent and their contact information by looking in the latest issue of the Regis magazine. If your class doesn’t have a CC or if you’d like to collaborate with them on future issues, please contact the Alumni Office at

If you'd like to support Regis' fundraising efforts on behalf of your class, please contact the Annual Fund team at

Alumni Service Corps

The Alumni Service Corps (ASC) allows Regis alumni who’ve recently graduated from college the opportunity to return to 84th St. and serve the greater mission of the school in a number of departmental areas. These roles not only allow young alumni to contribute their skills and talents to our vibrant community, but offer valuable professional experience for use in their future careers. 

ASC at Regis began with the Alumni Mentoring Program (AMP) position, in which alumni work closely with students struggling in the classroom, assist in extracurriculars and Guidance services, and help to facilitate the administration of REACH, retreats, and other important school programs. Since then, ASC has expanded its roles, and in recent years has invited alumni to serve a variety of jobs in Admissions, Campus Ministry, Communications, Hearn Speech & Debate, and IT.

To learn more about ASC, please email Assistant Principal for Student Life Mr. Christian Mariano ’99 at


Interested in volunteering at Interview Day, Career Day, Open House, or any other school events? Contact us at to get started!