Sam Phil
October 24, 2019

Introducing Andover’s new alumni network

Download the new app to find and connect with your classmates and fellow alumni
by Jenny Savino

Andover has launched a new Andover Alumni Network. The new network is designed to make it easier than ever to:


Find and connect with your classmates and fellow alumni. See what they have been up to, reminisce, and stay in touch.


Leverage the shared history you have with thousands of alumni to expand your professional networks. Meet new people and open new doors – for yourself and others.

Our previous provider, Evertrue, has sold their platform, which prompted our move to a new vendor.

The network is easily accessible through your desktop or smartphone. Downloading the app is easy. If you’re using an iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch, download the Graduway Community app from the Apple Store. If you’re on an Android phone or tablet, download the Graduway Community app from Google Play. You can register and login with your name and email address or login through LinkedIn or Facebook. Use the search function to select Andover.

In an effort to encourage connectedness you will notice the option to select “Willing to Help” on your profile. This enables other users to see that you are open and willing to connect with other alumni. Furthermore we encourage you to enrich your profile by adding your Andover activities and volunteer roles.

The Andover Alumni Network (AAN) app is maintained for the benefit of the members of The Andover Alumni Association. It is provided for noncommercial, personal use only and any other use without written permission of Andover is strictly prohibited. The directory is protected and requires a login to access. Alumni wishing to remove their information from the AAN should contact [email protected].

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