Mount Union alumni are a loyal and dedicated group. Whether volunteering, providing financial support, attending events, or participating in the educational journeys of today’s students, alumni provide the foundation upon which to build continued success while staying connected to the storied traditions and legacies of the past.
The Alumni Association was officially organized in 1948. All alumni, and anyone who has attended Mount Union for at least one semester, are members of the Alumni Association. Its purpose is to promote interest in Mount Union through a variety of programs and is governed by the Alumni Association Executive Board.
Alumni who update the University with their current contact information receive communication and information about exciting news and upcoming events. The Mount Union Magazine is a primary news source for alumni and includes news regarding campus, academics, athletics, students, alumni, current faculty, and class notes.
The Mount Union Alumni Executive Committee is comprised of selected alumni who chair four committees. Those interested in getting involved with a committee are welcome to join one of the following working committees:
Alumni who are interested in supporting Mount Union’s recruitment efforts are able to join the Enrollment Committee. Those involved assist the Office of Enrollment Services with specific events, including the Presidential Scholarship event, Legacy note writing campaign, and representing Mount Union at college fairs near you. The committee also oversees the selection of the Susie (Oberholzer) Buckel Alumni Association Scholarship recipients.
Alumni Engagement Committee
Alumni can assist the Office of Alumni Engagement with the development of programming and support at various events (attend) including Alumni Weekend and Homecoming, Reunions and alumni gatherings in locations near you. The committee also assists with the development and outreach with Alumni Clubs across the country.
Assist the Office of Alumni Engagement and Office of Marketing with alumni communication efforts (spotlights, stories, features) and engaging with Mount Union’s social media channels. The committee also assists with mentoring efforts to connect students with alumni and promoting the Mount Union brand.
Assist the Office of Alumni Engagement with reaching out to specific grounds of alumni to engage and re-build relationships with the institution with events (attending) such as Alumni Weekend and Homecoming, MLK Day Celebration, Not Another Statistic Diversity Conference, and many more! The committee is also invited to attend a diversity focused, "Dinner with Raiders" event to connect current students with alumni for career mentoring and networking, write letters for incoming students who receive the Wayne Manzilla Multicultural Award, while also helping plan the Multicultural Admitted Student Day.
ADDITIONAL WAYS TO GET INVOLVED
Refer a student to Mount Union. Share your experience with a prospective high school student and encourage them to visit campus and view the website for information regarding academic programs and campus life.
Attend alumni and campus events. Check the events section of the website for a calendar of upcoming events where you can join us!
Share Mount Union on social media. Share and like posts on Facebook and LinkedIn.