Alumni & Donors

Welcome Fort Lewis College Alumni & Donors

This page is a resource for Fort Lewis College Alumni and Friends. Please use the navigation bar to the left or the quick links to the right to find the department or program that you are looking for. 

Are you an FLC student or alum looking for job search help or career advice?

Please visit the Office of Career Services. The office has recently been reorganized to into three sections, each one supporting a different FLC School: Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences, Business Administration, and Natural and Behavioral Sciences. They are a resource for jobs, internships, career counseling, grad school application info and much more.

Considering a donation to FLC?

The Fort Lewis College Foundation is your one-stop shop for a wide variety of giving options including scholarships, capital campaigns, planned giving, and more. You can also see our Giving to FLC page for a list of departments and programs that are supported by monetary and in-kind donations.

FLC News

How did you spend your spring break? During Fort Lewis College's spring break in March, a team of students and Outdoor Pursuits staff tackled North America’s third-highest mountain, the 18,491-foot Pico de Orizaba, east of Mexico City in the state of Puebla. On Thursday, March 27th, the entire team -- eight students and two staff -- summited the volcano, after months of preparation and training.

Its Navajo name means "Days of beauty" -- a description perfectly suited to Hozhoni Days, an annual celebration of pageantry and cultures that is the campus' premiere spring event.

Celebrating its 50th anniversary, Hozhoni Days is FLC's longest-running student-led tradition. Sponsored by the Native American Center and Wanbli Ota, a campus Native American club, the event features the three-day Miss Hozhoni Pageant and ends with the weekend-long Hozhoni Days Powwow, at which Native American drummers and dancers from around the country perform and compete for prizes on the Whalen Gymnasium floor.

Some things never change: As happens every year, Freshman students this Fall will be reading, discussing, and writing about important and timely works of literature in FLC's signature Freshman-year academic program.

But some things do change: And reflecting the change in how millennials use the written word, that program -- formerly the Common Reading Experience – is now known as the Common Tweeting Experience.