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Alumni Benefits

Alumni Benefits, Services, and Resources

All FDU alumni who earn a degree from FDU are automatically members of the FDU Alumni Association. Members have access to a variety of alumni benefits, services and resources. The Office of Alumni Relations is actively engaged in expanding the benefits and discounts available, so be on the lookout for more details.

Alumni Insurance Program

The Alumni Insurance Program, administered by USI Affinity, offers a diverse portfolio of insurance products to meet the needs of alumni and their families. Group term life, health, and long-term care insurance plans provide protection - whether you need basic protection or want to supplement existing coverage. Visit the Alumni Insurance Program online, or call (800) 922-1245 for more information.

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Audit a Class

Alumni may audit classes at FDU for a fee. An auditor is a student who completes all registration requirements but does not have any record kept of attendance or academic work. No grade is given for the course audited. A student taking a course as an auditor waives all rights to take that course for credit in the present or in the future. To audit a class, you must complete the Adult and Part-Time Application for Undergraduate Admission. For questions, please contact the Office of Undergraduate Adult and Part-Time Admissions by phone at (201) 692-2551 or via e-mail at [email protected].

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Career Resources

If you need just a little career guidance, or had a quick career related question, the dedicated team in the Office of Career Development can provide some assistance. E-mail the Career Devleopment team at [email protected]. Access Handshake to research and apply for jobs, learn about upcoming career events - on campus and off campus, participate in on campus recruiting and share your resumé with employers.

FDU Regional University Admissions Counselor, Megan Troy

Certificate Programs

FDU’s online programs are designed to help working professionals reach their full potential. Our online programs offer a convenient way to earn the credentials you need to thrive. You can pursue an advanced degree, start a new degree, or complete a certificate program to supplement your skills. Visit our online programs to learn more about the programs we offer or call (888) 657-0472.

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Diploma Replacement

Lost your FDU diploma? Official replacement diplomas are available from the Registrar’s Office. The cost for a replacement diploma is $45 (subject to change). Visit the Registrar’s Office online for details on how to order your replacement diploma.

Fitness Center (Metropolitan Campus Only)

Alumni are eligible for a discounted membership rate at the FDU Fitness Center on the Metropolitan Campus. Visit the Fitness Center online to learn more about the facility, view membership rates and complete a membership application. A valid alumni ID card will be required to enter the Fitness Center. Unfortunately, at this time there is no fitness center alumni membership on the Florham Campus.

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ID Card

Alumni who are accessing the FDU Libraries or have a membership to the Fitness Center on the Metropolitan Campus must obtain an alumni ID card to gain access to these services. E-mail the Office of Alumni Relations at [email protected] to request an ID card. Please be sure to indicate in your e-mail the purpose of the ID card.

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Liberty Mutual Insurance

FDU alumni can save on an auto, home and renters insurance with Liberty Mutual. Call a Liberty Mutual representative at (800) 835-0894, and mention the Fairleigh Dickinson University Alumni Association to get your free quote. You can also visit Liberty Mutual online to get your quote, or learn more about this affinity program.

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Rothman Institute of Innovation and Entrepreneurship

The Rothman Institute has supported entrepreneurship and innovation in the academic, business, and nonprofit communities since its inception in 1989. An outstanding entrepreneurship curriculum taught by an excellent faculty has helped make the academic program among the best in the nation. The Institute’s goal is to empower people and communities to grow through education. The Center’s innovative outreach programs help people succeed in their new or growing ventures as well as in their corporations or organizations. Learn more about the services and programs available.

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Your official FDU transcripts are available electronically. Transcripts requests can be completed by visiting the Office of Enrollment Services online.

University Libraries

Alumni are eligible to use any of the FDU libraries. We kindly ask alumni to remember that the libraries are first and foremost for current FDU students to pursue their education. Therefore, during peak times of the academic year (e.g. the start of the semester, mid-terms and finals week) access may be limited to current FDU students, faculty and staff. Books may be checked out, but a credit card will be required to guarantee the return of the borrowed item(s). A valid FDU alumni ID card will be required to access the library. E-mail the Office of Alumni Relations at [email protected] to request an ID card. Please be sure to indicate in your e-mail the purpose of the ID card.

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WFDU-FM is your home for RetroRadio oldies forgotten by commercial radio. The station also features programming in salsa, folk, country, new music and much more on weekends and throughout the week on our eclectic HD channels. Visit WFDU-FM to learn more about how you can access programming, either through a radio or online.

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