Fine Hardwood College Chairs for Alumni and Other Affinity Groups
Alumni Chairs is the builder of fine, hardwood, college chairs on behalf of individuals, families, affinity groups, academic institutions, medical centers, other non-profit organizations, and businesses.
“We now have 4 different chairs from 4 different companies and YOUR CHAIR is, by far, The Best College Chair − both wood, logo engraving, and the most comfortable.”
New Offering: Miniature Chairs
Alumni Chairs’ Mini Chairs are popular with medical centers, universities, and other non-profits for the purpose of rewarding and creating incentives for principal donors to these organizations. Our Miniature Chairs are excellent gifts and awards for benefactors and persons of distinction. We make miniature chairs by replicating two of our most popular full-size chairs: The Affinity Classic Alumni Chair (ACAC-M) and The Affinity Traditional Captain’s Chair (ATCC-M). Our Mini-chairs come in 4-inch, 5-inch, and 6-inch heights – with or without elegant wooden pedestals. Stone pedestals are available as well. Made in America. Learn more about Miniature Chairs for your institution.
Featured College Chairs
Dartmouth College − Affinity Child Rocking Chair (ACRC) Green “DARTMOUTH”$544.00 – $564.00
The Ohio State University − Affinity Mission Chair (AMC) Block “O”$1,259.00 – $1,659.00
The Ohio State University − Affinity Traditional Captain’s Chair (ATCC) Block “O”$848.00 – $948.00
West Point − U.S. Military Academy − Affinity Mission Rocking Chair (AMRC) Athletic Shield$1,549.00 – $1,949.00
Alumni Chairs has recently delivered Full-size College Chairs and Miniature College Chairs representing the following institutions. Learn from their comments on our Testimonials page.
The College of Medicine at the University of Illinois Chicago, Drexel University, University of Kansas School of Medicine, Samford University Cumberland School of Law, University of Colorado, University of Miami, Canton Country Day School, BAU International University of Washington, D.C., University of North Texas, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, Havergal College, United States Navy, University of Rhode Island, University of Arizona, Cleveland State University, Lehigh University, Boys and Girls Club of Providence, Saint Mary’s University, University of Texas LBJ School of Public Affairs, Kenyon College, Boston College, Colgate University, University of California Irvine, Mount Holyoke College, Baptist Health Foundation, Chapman University, Missouri Baptist University, Lipscomb University, Colorado State University, Xavier University, The Pennington School, Vermilion Yacht Club, Wichita State University, Horizon Prep School, Dartmouth College, Wake Forest University, Fordham University, St. Bonaventure University, Johns Hopkins Carey School of Business, University of Northern Florida, Capitol Lakes, Manhattanville College, Summa Health Foundation, Humboldt State University, Rhodes College, Stony Brook University, SUNY Maritime College, SUNY Upstate Medical University, University of South Alabama, Wayne State University, Spring Hill College, University of Arizona Foundation, University of Nevada Las Vegas, University of Illinois, Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences, Ohio University, Women of Dartmouth, Miami University, Arizona The Catholic Diocese of Lexington, International Association of Defense Counsel, Atlanta Girls’ School, Northern Pennsylvania Regional College, Sinai Hospital Baltimore, Syracuse University, Onondaga Community College, Mitchell-Hamline School of Law, Allegheny College, Oglebay Foundation, Boston University, University of California Santa Barbara, University of Wisconsin, and The Ohio State University.