"Collegiate greatly impacted my life as it did for many of you. We love it when alums come to campus just like we enjoy knowing what is going on in your lives. Please know our doors are always open!"
Lauralee Glasgow Allen '03
Director of Alumni Engagement

What is PawNet?
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PawNet is Collegiate's parent/alumni portal, which gives you access to the Alumni Directory, Homecoming Details and archived news stories and more.
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View archived newsletters on the Alumni Resource Board.

Welcome, Collegiate Cougars! The Alumni Office is here for you as our goal is to help you connect with fellow alums and friends all over the world. We work closely with our Alumni Association Board, made up of 22 alums from the 1960s through the Class of 2005, to preserve and build upon the spirit and traditions of Collegiate, and to encourage camaraderie among graduates. Your perspective and participation are important to us so please take time to explore the many alumni events in Richmond (and beyond) that are featured on this page. Most importantly, let us know when you will be on campus as we would enjoy seeing you. You'll be amazed at all that is new, and heartened to see that the spirit of Collegiate you once knew as a student is still strong.

Stay in Touch

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Alumni News

List of 3 news stories.

  • Max Schnur '11, a professional tennis player, will return to action in late January following a hiatus to care for an elbow injury.

    A Visit With Max Schnur '11

    The pain is gone. Actually, the pain has been gone for a while now. The rehab? Over and done with, at long last. The touch? It’s returning. The desire? Never left.
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  • Meaghan Enright '01 speaks on CNN about the relief effort in St. John, US Virgin Islands, in the wake of Hurricane Irma.

    Heart, Soul, and Love City

    The commute – two hours each way, through bumper-to-bumper, exhaust smoke-filled Washington, D.C. congestion – was mind-numbing.
    The job – sales rep for a communications company – wasn’t lighting her up either.
    Meaghan Enright needed a change. She needed it big-time. She needed it now.
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  • Jimmie Massie '76 has represented the 72nd District (Henrico County) in the Virginia House of Delegates since 2008.

    Serving With Dedication and Purpose

    Politics can be a very nasty business.
    No secret there, of course. Jimmie Massie knows. He’s seen it.  He’s felt it.  He’s risen above it.
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