U-M Seattle

Amazon Smile

Amazon Smile

Now you have a new way to support your local alumni club – and it won’t cost you a dime! Just sign up for Amazon Smile, and select the University of Michigan Club of Seattle as the organization you’re supporting. Form then on, every time you purchase something at smile.amazon.com, you’ll pay the same low price you would have otherwise, but a portion of your payment will go to our club! What could be easier! And the additional revenue will contribute to fulfilling our club’s mission.

HAIL Seattle Club Hats for Sale Now!

Our 2019 HAIL Seattle Club Baseball Caps are now available for online purchase!

These hats cost $25 each and are ONLY available via pick-up in the Seattle area - once you make your purchase, we will contact you via email to arrange a good time/date/location to pick up your order.

Alternatively, they will be available for sale at all our basketball watch parties.

Seattle Club Wins Outstanding 2019 Club Award for Region 5

The U-M Club of Seattle has been selected by the Alumni Association to receive one of its 2019 Outstanding Club Awards! Every year clubs compete against others of similar sizes for these awards. In addition to a groovy banner, our club will receive an extra $500 for the year to help fund even more outstanding events for our local alums. Thanks to all of our board members, friends of the board, and great local members for helping to make us the Outstanding Club for the year in “Region” 5!

Buster Simpson

For over 30 years artist, U-M alum and Seattle resident Buster Simpson has engaged major infrastructure projects deploying an aesthetic embracing poetic utility in the public realm. Simpson works with the sites contextual resources, engages social actions, and sustainable opportuities. Humor and rich metaphors distinguish his work, with many of his deceptively simple sculptures offering social and ecological engagements and solutions to real problems.

Wine Tasting Shuttle

Ramon Mendez graduated from Ross in 2011 with a Master of Supply Chain Management and as a Tauber Institute Fellow. He’s a US Army Reserve Veteran who moved from Puerto Rico to Ann Arbor to pursue his graduate studies, and says that “it was amazing to find so many smart and caring people from all over the world sharing their lives and working together.”

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