About Us
What and Where

Our monthly club meetings are held at the University's Greenberg House, located at 2301 Calvert Street, NW Washington, D.C.  (See map.) It is only 1 block from the Woodley Park/Zoo Metro stop on the Red Line. 

Greenberg House is more than just a place for the Club's meetings and events.  Its the University's presence in the Washington area.  The first floor is used as a reception and lounge area, while the second floor holds the grand room used for classes, conferencing and video presentations. The third and fourth floors contain office space and computer support for University programs.

If you are an SU alum living in the Washington, DC area and you haven't stopped by Greenberg House, you should.  For more information on Greenberg House and the University's presence in D.C., call 202-797-4678.

The Syracuse University Alumni Club of Washington, D.C. is a non-profit organization with an affiliation to our alma mater, Syracuse University. Our low club fee of $15 makes it possible for our all-volunteer group to provide a valuable service to our membership. The intent and purpose of this web site is to provide information about club activities to alumni and especially to our membership.

Please take some time to browse through our site.  Check out our calendar of upcoming events and information on our ongoing events and activities. 

If you have a question about your membership status or anything else about the Club, click here to submit a question or provide a comment via the feeback form.

ABOUT OUR LOGO:
The SU Alumni Club of Washington, D.C. adopted a new logo in 2010, after an extensive process that included solicitations to and submissions from current Syracuse students, alumni, and friends of the university. Numerous different logo designs and ideas were considered, and the Club's membership voted to approve this new branding for the group.

The logo was created by Thomas McLauchlin, a Master of Fine Arts graduate from Syracuse University, and a contemporary impressionist painter. For more information about Mr. McLauchlin, please see www.thomasmclauchlin.com