We encourage all Antioch, DCSL and UDC-DCSL alumni to register for the website. For alumni, registering and signing-in allows you to:
Update your alumni profile in our online directory
Search job postings in the Career Center
Receive notifications when new jobs are posted
Post your resume and search resumes
Access subscription job databases
- Share news, photos and articles with your class
Search for and connect with other alumni
Use the internal messaging system
Create an on-line interest group
To get started,
you will need to claim your alumni record. In order to claim your record, you will need to enter your six-digit Constituent ID, which you may have received by e-mail. If you have your ID, you can claim your alumni record here
. If you do not have your Constituent ID, please contact Alumni Affairs Director Joe Libertelli at email@example.com or (202) 274-7338. We have added this extra layer of security in order to protect our alumni information, and appreciate your patience.
Once you claim your alumni record, you will have a username and password that you can use to sign into the website
. Signing in will give you access to the site's protected content and communication features.
Career and Professional Development
Only registered students and alumni can view positions that employers and OCPD staff post in the Career Center
. Students and alumni can also post resumes and subscribe to receive notifications when new positions are added. You can select whether your resume is viewable by registered employers, alumni and students or only by the Office of Career and Professional Development.
Alumni Directory Profile
Over the years, we’ve had numerous requests from alumni and students for access to lists of alumni by practice or geographic area, graduating year, etc. Now, with our new on-line community website, alumni themselves can update their own directory
information and set preferences as to who, if anyone, can see anything more than their name and year of graduation. (You control it all from the gold box on the right.)
You can also help the Office of Alumni Affairs to locate lost alumni
so that we can tell them about the directory.
Communicate with Other Alumni
In addition to a directory
, our new website includes an internal messaging system and every member has a private mailbox. Once you sign in, you can send internal messages to other members or to groups of members. (Once you are signed in, you can access your mailbox by clicking My Messages in the gold box to the right. You can choose to have message notifications sent to your private e-mail address by checking the appropriate box under My Preferences. You can change your e-mail address under Edit My Profile.)
Create Online Interest Groups
In addition, alumni (and students) can now form online Groups which can control, in essence, their own mini websites. Each Group will have their own home page and group members can solicit and post class notes, articles, news or photos without knowing "html” programming language.
Each student and alumni member automatically belongs to the Group for his or her class year. Members can request to join other class year groups or create special interest groups ("Affinity Groups"), such as those formed by graduates of a particular demographic group, those interested in a particular legal specialty, alums who share a particular political affiliation, etc. Affinity Groups can be limited to alumni, or can be joint efforts between alumni and students who share similar characteristics or interests.
Examples of possible Affinity Groups:
Immigration Law Group (student and alumni)
Criminal Defense Group (alumni only)
Clinical Legal Educators Group
National Lawyers Guild Alumni
In order to access your existing Groups, click on My Groups in the gold box on the right.
In order to join a Group, visit the list of groups
, click on the group name, and click to join. If the group is marked as private, you will need to wait for approval from the group's coordinator.
In order to create an Affinity Group
, all you need to do is submit a request to the Website Administrator
. As the Affinity Group's coordinator, you can decide who may join or view your group, your preferred level of control over content, and the messaging options available to group members.