Start a Chapter or Network
How to Start a New Chapter
If there is not a chapter in your area and you would like to get one started please send an email to Katherine Jones. In the email please include the zip codes you would like the network to encompass. If you would like to start an international chapter please send an email to Brian Ricter.
Next: We will get back to you to discuss the alumni in your area and what resources the Texas Exes can offer if a chapter is to be established.
How to Start a Network
Inquire about starting a new special interest network by contacting Brian Ricter with details about the type of network you would like to start.
There are more than 140 Texas Exes Chapters and Networks around the world. Whether you’re making a permanent move, or just visiting a new city, check the list below to find a Texas Exes Chapter or Network in the state where you’re headed.
If you’re interested in domestic Texas Exes Chapters:
- View the chapters available by state.
- Find out how to start a new Chapter if you can’t find one in your area.
- Browse the Texas Exes resources available for International Alumni if you’re searching for a chapter outside of the United States.
Call 1-800-594-3937 or contact the Texas Exes staff for more information.
The Texas Exes Chapter and Network contacts are intended for the use of Texas Exes members and prospective members. Use of these contacts for any marketing or sales purpose is strictly prohibited.
Texas Exes Affinity Networks exist to connect alumni with similar backgrounds and interests.
If you’re interested in Texas Exes Affinity Networks:
- Browse the list to find existing networks.
- Inquire about starting a new affinity network by contacting Brian Ricter with details about the type of network you would like to start. Our networks must fall into the following network types: official student organization, ethnicity-based, or professional group.
More than 11,500 alumni live in 148 countries throughout the world. Texas Exes International Chapters, Networks, and contacts give Longhorns originally from, or currently located outside of the United States a way to stay connected to UT, and to each other.
If you are a University of Texas alumnus located outside of the United States, or will be visiting or relocating to a location outside of the United States:
- Browse the list of volunteer international contacts to get connected individually with Texas Exes in your area
- If you are located outside of the United States and are interested in applying for admission to the University of Texas, visit the UT International Office to learn about the process for international admissions.