Always Your Home Away From Home
Since the American College of Sofia re-opened back in 1992, 22 classes and 2465 alumni have graduated from ACS. Most of our former students have attended prestigious universities in the USA, the United Kingdom, and continental Europe, and then followed their dreams of personal and professional happiness.
The American College of Sofia encourages all alumni to stay in touch. We greatly enjoy welcoming alumni back to campus at our annual alumni events, such as:
- class reunions for 5th, 10th, etc. anniversaries held in early June
- the annual alumni reception in connection to the Christmas Concert in December
- the annual alumni panels in collaboration with the College Counseling Office in December and/or January
Additionally, alumni are welcome to drop by informally and say hello whenever in Sofia. The school president, your former teachers, and the members of the Development Office would all be delighted to meet you. And if you have not been back to the College in a few years, we know that you will be surprised and pleased with the improvements you will see during your tour of the campus.
Svilen RangelovClass 2003
ACS is family to me. It has made possible opportunities that I wouldn't have had access to otherwise, so I want to give back by helping build a strong alumni community.
The American College of Sofia strongly encourages its alumni to support their former school. If you as an ACS alumnus agree with us that any student accepted to the College should be able to enroll here regardless of his or her family’s financial situation, you can support our cause by donating to the ACS ALUMNI FUND by filling in THIS ONLINE DONATION FORM.
ACS Alumni Magazine
In June 2009 came out the first issue of the ACS Alumni Magazine. This publication is issued twice per year, in June and December. We welcome all alumni feedback, submissions, and suggestions. A substantial part of its contents, such as the Alumni in Focus and the Class Notes sections, are written by alumni - the stories of your exciting lives are the reason why other alumni look forward to the magazine’s next issue.
Petia Ivanova '97, Chief Editor