Which preposition to use with alumni

of Occurrences 14%

I'd like to see what the new preacher is doing, and it ought to be worth something to hear a Negro alumnus of Yale.

from Occurrences 3%

Why then discriminate between alumni from the North and alumni from the South at a gathering in which alumni from both sections are expected to meet?...

of Occurrences 2%

" Nearly twenty years later, in 1853, Morse referred to this trying period in his career at a meeting of the Association of the Alumni of the University: "Yesternight, on once more entering your chapel, I saw the same marble staircase and marble floors I once so often trod, and so often with a heart and head overburdened with almost crushing anxieties.

by Occurrences 1%

Some evenings he would go into the Cathedral to pursue his musical studies, and talk with the Chapel-master and the organist, and at other times in the hall of sacred oratory he would astound the professors and the Alumni by the fervour and conviction with which he delivered his sermons.

for Occurrences 1%

It remains only to thank the alumni for their loyal financial support through the subscription blanks sent out in June, and the library staff of the college for the generosity with which more than the ordinary facilities of the library have been tendered.

Which preposition to use with  alumni