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Butler Community Engagement

Our 50,000 alumni may live in all 50 states and in over 71 countries around the world, but they'll always call Butler their home. We're immensely proud of our alumni and how they continue to carry the Butler Way on to the next chapter of their life after BU.

COVID-19 COMMUNITY RESOURCES

The Butler University Office of Community Engagement is committed to you. We know that recent circumstances related to COVID-19 have affected your lives in many ways. Here are a few ways we are here to support you during this time.

Refer a Future Bulldog

Grow your Butler legacy! Learn how you can support the next generation of Butler students and refer a future Bulldog today.

 

 

Communities

Butler's communities exhibit and promote the Butler Way within their local communities through philanthropy, community service, networking, and socialization.

Get Involved

Every Butler grad has a unique gift to contribute. Together, Bulldogs give back and do more to influence the next generation by volunteering for their alma mater in roles both locally and across the country. Learn how you can support future grads today.

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Check out more alumni stories on our website or in our monthly magazine.

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Reverend Jean McAnulty Smith ʼ65 first met Lydia Johnson ʼ12, MFA ʼ15 in 2012. Johnson was the first recipient of the Reverend Jean McAnulty Smith Scholarship and the two began a friendship that has persisted for almost a decade. Now, the two women have established a new scholarship together in order to continue passing on the gift of a Butler education to future generations.

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Jeffrey Roth '05 arrived at Butler expecting to one day be a high school band director. Instead, he found a new passion: supporting non-profits through philanthropy. He does just that as a Development Officer at the Indiana University Health Foundation–and as the chair of Butler's LGBT Alumni Association. We touched base with Roth to learn more about his time at Butler, his leadership of the LGBT Alumni Association, and his career of supporting communities by helping people find their passions.