4209alumniASSOCgreen.jpgGetting Involved

Getting involved with your alma mater is a great way to show your support, reconnect with peers and meet current students. By sharing your life experiences, you are providing invaluable guidance to help the College to continue to offer outstanding educational and life learning experiences.

Alumni and volunteer support is a key factor in enhancing the reputation of the College. We hope you can find a way to take time out of your busy schedule and GET INVOLVED. There are many paths to participation. Each program is developed with respect to your time while allowing you the greatest opportunity for personal satisfaction.

Please take a moment and read through the opportunities on this page.

Thank you in advance for caring enough to make a difference!
Thank you to some of our recent volunteers!
Chad Barnett '96
Kalon Leadership Academy keynote speaker
 
Jodi Bodo  '10
Washington D.C. Thirsty Thursday Organizer
 
Faith Daniels  '79
Comm Week guest speaker and workshop leader
 
Marc '78 and Joyce Dumbaugh-Chernenko '78
Comm Week Reception hosts
 
Dr. W. Blair Geho '60
Future of Medicine panel
 
Krista Holyak '08
Washington D.C. Thirsty Thursday Organizer
 
Joyce Jefferson '77
Communications and Media Arts Awards Ceremony host
 
Margy Lang '80
Comm Week panel speaker
 
Dr. Linda Donelle Lewis '61
Future of Medicine Panel
 
Susan Lister '89
Guest speaker at the 65th annual Darline Nicholson Spring Breakfast
 
Dan Lohman '98
Comm Week panel speaker
 
George Manahan '85
Comm Week panel speaker
 
Larry Meltzer '81
Comm Week panel speaker
 
Art '77 and Vicky Stimac Musicaro '76
Comm Week Reception Hosts
 
Dr. John Niederhuber '60
Future of Medicine Panel
 
Jhamal K. Robinson '98
Kalon Scholarship Luncheon guest speaker
 
Jessica Swann Skywatcher '00
Pittsburgh Thirsty Thursday Organizer

Dr. Timothy J. Vittorio '89
Future of Medicine Panel