Duke has more than 67,000 active undergraduate alumni, who make up about 52 percent of the total university active alumni of more than 130,000.
Trinity College graduates total about 60,000; alumni of the Woman's College (which was a separate, coordinate college from 1930 to 1972) total about 7,000.
Notable alumni include: novelist Anne Tyler (The Accidental Tourist) WC'61; Dr. Paul E. Farmer T'82, co-founder, Partners in Health; and Melinda French Gates T'86 B'87, co-founder of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
The Duke Alumni Association organizes Reunion Weekends for every class once every five years, maintains an online directory of alumni, organizes alumni volunteers to conduct undergraduate admissions interviews, and publishes news and special events of interest to alumni.
Duke Alumni Association President Ann Pelham '74 with fellow Dukies during a picnic at Alumni House.