• Reunion

    We had a great time at this year's Decades Reunions. If you didn't make it back this year, make plans to join us next year.


  • AlumNites

    We know life can be busy and that it is difficult to make it back to Pikeville as often as you would like, so we are coming to you.


  • Alumni

    From a life of farming to the FBI, join us as we take a look at the journey Mike Williamson, whose path has taken him across our nation and beyond.


  • Yearbooks are Online

    Misplaced your copy of the 1932 UPIKE Highlander? Now you can view UPIKE documents dating back to the 1920s online and download them for free.


As a graduate, you are now one of thousands of UPIKE Alumni from all across the world, and a member of the University of Pikeville Alumni Association. Your active involvement in the association is vitally important to the continued growth and success of the University of Pikeville.
Our wish is that all UPIKE alumni feel welcome in the Alumni Association. We strive to meet your needs by serving as the gateway to the University, making you aware of the changes and progress on campus, and reuniting as many classmates and friends as possible. But in order to meet those goals, we need your support and participation in the Alumni Association.
When you decide to become an active member of the Alumni Association, you will have the opportunity to make a difference and to give back to the institution that has given us so many opportunities.
Most of you have, in one way or another, become attached to the University and want to keep in touch with your alma mater and classmates. The Alumni Association provides that opportunity. Please keep us informed about your current address as well as any noteworthy events in your life. Stay in touch, or even better, continue to be an active part of the University of Pikeville by participating in your Alumni Association.
Jordan M. Gibson, M.B.A. ‘08
Director of Alumni Relations



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