Fresno State Alumni
Smittcamp Alumni House
Currently closed to the public.
The Smittcamp Alumni House is only able to accommodate a limited number of events hosted by the Office of the President and/or the Fresno State Alumni Association.
Recruitment is currently underway to hire a Smittcamp Alumni House Coordinator that will serve as the primary point of contact for the facility.
It is expected that the Smittcamp Alumni House will re-open during the spring 2022 semester. At that time, we will make an announcement when we are able to accept reservations.
The Smittcamp Alumni House stands near the main entrance to Fresno State, as a welcoming beacon to alumni, students, friends, dignitaries and other visitors to campus. The Smittcamp Alumni House first opened its doors with a ceremonial ribbon-cutting on March 21, 2000. The impetus for the Alumni House was a $1 million gift in 1997 by Earl and Muriel Smittcamp, both graduates of Fresno State. The $2.2 million building includes graciously appointed meeting and conference rooms, reception and social areas, an alumni library, courtyards, and staff office space. The second floor of the house is home to the Fresno State Alumni Association and Fresno State’s Live Mascot, Victor E. Bulldog. The house is used to support alumni and campus meetings and gatherings.
For additional information regarding the Smittcamp Alumni House, please contact Jacqui Glasener, executive director of Alumni Engagement and Annual Giving, at email@example.com.