Universität Heidelberg

Heidelberg Alumni USA

Heidelberg University Alumni Association

 

Welcome to HAUS

 

Heidelberg Alumni USA (HAUS) is the alumni member organization for all former Heidelberg students, exchange students, professors, fellows or researchers, regardless of nationality, who live in the U.S. HAUS offers a little piece of Heidelberg here in America. It provides a chance to reconnect with old classmates, meet new fellow alumni who shared the same extraordinary experiences that you did at Germany's oldest university, and stay informed and up to date on research and developments in Heidelberg. Be part of the movement to continue to bring the Heidelberg Motto "Dem Lebendigen Geist" across the Atlantic.

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Founded in October 2008, HAUS plays an important role in Universität Heidelberg's international student network, connecting its members not only with fellow alumni in North America but also with those across the globe and with their alma mater.

⇒ Online registration for HAUS

Already a HAUS Member and would like to donate?

 

HAUS offers regional meetings, hosted across the country by Regional Chairs and unique local programs, such as networking events, lectures by visiting scholars and more. HAUS also offers a scholarship fund for young american students in Heidelberg.


For questions, please contact haus@alumni.uni-heidelberg.de or the executive office of Heidelberg University Association in New York at 212-758-3324.

 

To everybody who wants to take part in our association we say

"Welcome"!

 

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News / Events
HAUS Blatt July 2014
Get the latest information on HAUS activities!
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Save the Date
HAUS Annual National Meeting in Philadelphia, September 19-21, 2014.
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RC NY: Concert
Concert of the New York Philharmonics in Central Park on July 14, 2014 at 6 p.m.
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Alumni video now online!
Alumni from all over the world share their favorite memories of Heidelberg.
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