Friendship for life

The idea of a life association is at the core of all fraternities today. In it, each member benefits from the experience, advice and status of others, whether on a personal or professional level.

Most of all, our community is distinguished by the fact that all members - also called Bundesbrüder - whether young or old, are in this very Lebensbund, the essence of which is the cultivation of lifelong friendship and fellowship.

Although our covenant is in the present and facing the future, its roots run deep in the past and consist of history, personal stories, and student traditions, among other things. Active members carry on the life of the Bund in Freiburg, as all the generations before them did, and in this way form a constant point of contact, a home port, for all the alumni. Professional members are called "Alte Herren" (old men) and continue this cross-generational wire that makes the Bund possible. You can reminisce about good student times at events, exchange ideas with other generations and encourage them, just as you were encouraged as a student back then.

As an Alemannian, you are therefore connected to Freiburg, its university and the Alemannia long after your studies - wherever life takes you.

Our goal is therefore not to form a nice transient group of friendly students, but a strong community of people who can build on each other for a lifetime!

Visitors and guests are always welcome at our fraternity house. Whether during or after the academic semester, our house on Gunterstalstrasse is the place to meet for scheduled events or spontaneous gatherings. Feel free to stop by.

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Contact us:

FREIBURGER BURSCHENSCHAFT ALEMANNIA
Günterstalstrasse 56
79100 Freiburg i. Br.
E-Mail: aktivitas@alemannia-freiburg.de
Telefon: +49 (0)761 2143387

BUND ALTER FREIBURGER ALEMANNEN e.V.
Günterstalstrasse 56
79100 Freiburg i. Br.
E-Mail: altherrenbund@alemannia-freiburg.de

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