The Nobles graduate community is a vibrant group of people who collectively have so much to share to benefit each other. There are many exciting events on campus where graduates can learn more about Nobles today and reconnect with classmates and faculty. We welcome all graduate involvement!

– Michele Simeone Abrecht ’84, president of the graduates’ association

Nobles Directory



Welcome back.

After graduation, we hope that you take advantage of the Nobles extended community to stay fully engaged with your school and with fellow graduates. We welcome your involvement and invite you to return to campus often. We also have a variety of networking and volunteer opportunities available to the Nobles network. In the meantime, please stay in touch. You can reach us via email.

Graduate Directory App

Click below to download the app directly to your device and connect with fellow grads around the world. 

Download app in the App StoreDownload app in the Google Play Store

More than 4,500 Noble and Greenough graduates live and work all over the globe. As teachers, scientists, entertainers, lawyers or CEOs, Nobles graduates are living the school's mission of leading for the public good.

  • Alumni directory searchable by name, class year, college, industry or company 
  • Integration with LinkedIn


Supported Devices:

  • iPhone
  • iPod Touch
  • iPad
  • Android


Unsupported Devices:

  • Blackberry
  • Windows Phone 7
  • WebOS

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I log in?

Once you download the app, you will need to enter your email and address and your name and credentials will be verified in order to gain access. You will then receive an email with further instructions. If your email address is not accepted, please contact Graduate Affairs to reconcile your email address. Note: After initially logging in, your information will be saved and you will not be required to log in again.

What personal information will be available for alumni to see and can I edit or hide my information?

The information on the Nobles Graduate App is identical to the information in the Graduate Directory. Unless you have previously modified your personal preferences in the Graduate Directory, the following contact information will display: Name, Street Address, City, State, Country, Phone Number, Email address, Education, and Employment. 

Using the directory: Can I view a list of my classmates?

Yes, simply enter your class year in the search field of the directory. Full class lists are displayed, including deceased. Class lists cannot be printed for security reasons. 

Can I e-mail or call another alum directly from the app?

Yes. While in the directory, tap the e-mail address of the graduate you wish to contact and your e-mail provider will generate a message. If you click the phone number, your phone will dial the number. 

How do I connect the app with my LinkedIn account?

The latest update of the app enables all grads to directly connect and network using LinkedIn. When using the mobile app, you are able to connect your personal LinkedIn account with the directory by clicking the yellow "Login to LinkedIn for enhanced profiles" button. Once you are logged in, you can view information that grads have chosen to include on their personal LinkedIn profiles along with the number of connections you have in common. You can directly connect with other Nobles graduates by clicking the yellow LinkedIn button to add or invite grads to LinkedIn. Any information that is provided by LinkedIn will appear on the profile screen with the LinkedIn icon to the right. Don't forget to list Nobles in your education and connect with our Noble and Greenough Graduates LinkedIn Group. 

When using the Nearby tool wtih the map, how do I locate grads in another location outside of my current location?

Click the magnifying glass in the bottom right corner of the map. This will allow you to enter a specific town, state, country, or address to search. Zoom out by pinching two fingers together on the screen and then trail on finger to the desired area on the map. A blue "N" shield will display representing the location of grads. 

Directory information is prepared solely for the use of Nobles alumni to contact one another. Information in the directory may not be used for commercial, charitable, political, or any purpose other than the convenience of the Nobles community. Sharing the directory information with any person or enterprise other than the members of the Nobles community is strictly prohibited.

Map of Nobles graduates' locations in San Francisco




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Margot ShoreyMargot Shorey 04 visited Ben Snyder s America and Genocide in the 20th Century course and Jenny Carlson-Pietraszek s Power: Global Issues in the Modern World on Friday. Shorey is the Countering Violent Extremism (CVE) Program Coordinator in the Africa Bureau Office of Security Affairs at the Department of State. You can read more about Shorey in the Fall 2017 Nobles magazine.

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It's Reunion Time!

Reunion is scheduled for this weekend, May 11-12. We look forward to seeing graduates on campus. Find out more about registration and the weekend schedule here


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Who Can’t Dance?

SYTYCDThe So You Think You Can’t Dance class performed their routine in assembly this morning, demonstrating that they did in fact learn some moves this semester.

Friday mid-day gets a lift with Mr. Kern, dry ice, and magnesium. But the real fireworks begins tonight at 6:30 p.m… https://t.co/J1EqNjDtSq

Booth Views

BoothLiam Smith ’19 and Celia Dorsey ’20 drive morning assembly from the Lawrence Auditorium cockpit, the booth.

As many college students continue to move away from organized religion, some universities have appointed secular ch… https://t.co/tknMQmLgIZ

Entering the Big Canyon

Men in BoatsThe NTC’s production of Jaclyn Backhaus’ “Men on Boats” opens tonight at 6:30 p.m. in Vinik Theatre. Additional showings are Thursday and Friday at 6:30 p.m. and Saturday at 2 p.m. The play features an all female cast to share the story of John Wesley Powell’s 1869 expedition to explore the Green and Colorado rivers. There will be a Q and A with playwright Backhaus following the Friday night performance.

Best-selling novelist (“Rules of Civility” & “Gentleman of Moscow”) and Nobles grad Amor Towles ‘84 & his former En… https://t.co/1w2dXIRv49

Science and fun danced together at today’s annual Solar Car Race. Chad & Jonah’s Doe Mobile will be competing at M.… https://t.co/63VZLGCM3F

Good reminder about the importance of teenagers understanding neuroscience and their own brains https://t.co/jzOe1wqKGN via @NPR

The Mesmerizing Journey of Nobles Grad Will Geary: Columbia Engineering Grad Sees Data Science Answer to Public Tra… https://t.co/UiFwwzDYHn

‘Sweet Caroline’? To some fans, the longstanding tradition is no good (no good, no good) https://t.co/6RkVWqf022 via @BostonGlobe

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