Stay Connected

We send a quarterly email newsletter to alums, which includes class notes. Make sure we have your current contact information, or share an update:

Get Involved

Alum Resources & Opportunities

Participate in our online community:

  • We regularly share news about the school and highlights from the academic year on Facebook and post photos from events and fields trips on Instagram.
  • The Conway School alum LinkedIn group is a great way to connect with other alums (along with board members, students, faculty, and staff of the school) to share resources, including job opportunities. Are you a member yet? If not, email Elaine Williamson for an invitation.


  • The Conway-CED Partnership creates a pathway for Conway alums to obtain advanced placement in the The University of Georgia College of Environment and Design MLA program, and to transfer credits into the Master of Environmental Planning and Design (MEPD) program.
  • The Conway-ELA partnership provides reserved spots at Ecological Landscape Alliance summer workshops for Conway students and alums, and Conway students and alums write articles for ELA’s monthly email newsletter. Conway exhibits at ELA’s annual conference, and typically hosts an event for alums the night before the conference.
  • The Conway-LARP Partnership creates a pathway for Conway alums to obtain advanced placement in the MLA program at The UMass Amherst Department of Landscape Architecture and Regional Planning (LARP).
  •  The Conway-PSC partnership includes a 10% discount on Permaculture Skills Center immersion trainings and 25% discount on PSC workshops for Conway alums.
  • The Conway-Yestermorrow partnership includes a 25% discount for Conway alums who take two-day to two-week-long Yestermorrow courses, and a 10% discount on longer courses. Eligible Yestermorrow programs include workshops such as the two-day Green Roof Design and Installation course or the twelve-day Permaculture Design Certificate.

Request a Transcript

  • Please complete a transcript request form to request either an official or unofficial transcript.
    • Note that the turnaround time for transcript requests is five working days.
    • There is an administrative fee of $5 for an official transcript, which is a copy of a student’s permanent academic record at the Conway School and is sent directly to the institution or agency designated.
    • There is no charge for unofficial transcripts, which are issued to the graduate and do not include the school seal. These may be used for a graduate’s personal record, interviews or in place of a grade report.