Relocation of the UC Alumni Center
In April 2017, the UC Alumni Center relocated to offices just off campus at 176 W. McMillan Street at the corner of West Clifton Avenue, as the Carl H. Lindner College of Business moves forward with its expansion onto the current site of the Russell C. Myers Alumni Center.
An in-depth site study is underway and a design architect has been selected, beginning the process of planning and creating a new, state-of-the-art alumni center. John Ronan Architects, a highly regarded firm based in Chicago, emerged from the search process led by Mary Beth McGrew, Senior Associate Vice President and University Architect. Slated for an area bordering Calhoun Street just above CCM Village and less than 100 yards from our interim location, we anticipate a grand opening by 2020. As this process unfolds, visit this page for periodic updates.
Interim Address of UC Alumni Center (as of April 2017)
UC Alumni Center
176 W. McMillan St.
Cincinnati, OH 45219
The UC Alumni Association seeks broad alumni involvement in this important project, and there are three key ways to participate:
Help the UC Alumni Association meet its temporary need for occasional event and large-meeting space. Unlike the Myers Alumni Center, our interim quarters have no provisions for event and large meeting space, which is fundamental to our work. Until we’re in our permanent home, we ask our alumni and partners to consider donating off-campus meeting/event space for our occasional use. If you have space that might qualify, please let us know via this online form.
Support the UC Alumni Association as it makes plans for a new, state-of-the-art alumni center. Creating a new alumni center is a group effort by all of our many alumni and friends. We encourage you to support that effort by contributing to the UC Alumni Center Fund via our online giving opportunity.
Share your thoughts to help guide the planning phase of the new alumni center.
We want to ensure that our permanent home is a robust representation of everything UC’s alumni center should be, and we’d like our alumni to help define that. We invite you to participate in an online process (see the form below) to share your insights.