plural masculine or generic
Example: "Elmer, Billy Bob, Zelda Mae, and Brunhilda miraculously graduated last year. They are alumni of Finalsite Academy."
Example: "My two daughters are alumnae of Finalsite Academy."
singular masculine or generic
Example: "John graduated in May, and he's officially an alumnus of Finalsite Academy."
Example: "Cindy is an alumna of Finalsite Academy, with a Bachelor's degree in Underwater Basket Weaving."
A lightweight metal alloy that generally should not be used in reference to any alumni, male or female.
Common errors and how to fix them:
Error: "I'm an alumni." It's like saying "I'm a students."
Correct: Women say, "I'm an alumna."
Correct: Men say, "I'm an alumnus."